The Serengeti National Park is famous for being the scene of the largest migratory movement of wild animals in the world, it is the famous Great Migration of the Serengeti, which has as protagonists about one and a half million wildebeests and half a million zebras, in the constant search for pastures and water. It is a phenomenon that affects different areas of the vast Serengeti ecosystem in the various seasons that in the winter months is concentrated in the southern part of the Serengeti.
Left the northern Serengeti, the large herds of wildebeest and zebras have embarked on the long journey to the low grass plains of central-southern Serengeti where most of them were born. Between December and January they go even further south for the party season. The low grass plains and the acacia glades around the Ndutu and Masek Lakes are covered with herbivores as far as the eye can see, an indescribable view.
This journey will take you to the heart of the Great Migration through the suggestive landscapes of the immense grasslands of the Serengeti to see one of the most majestic spectacles of nature.
Arrival at Kilimanjaro International Airport. Handling of entry formalities and meeting with our guide. Transfer to Arusha and hotel accommodation. Free dinner and overnight stay.
After breakfast, departure for the Ngorongoro Conservation Area. Picnic lunch on the way. Dinner and overnight at the lodge / tented camp.
The entire area of the Ngorongoro was declared a World Heritage Site by UNESCO in 1979. The crater is an almost perfectly circular arena, its diameter ranges from 16 to 23 km, its surface is about 265 square kilometers and it is only intact caldera existing on earth. The only descent into the crater is in itself already a unique experience, if then combined with the fact that the concentration of animals inside is the highest in all of Africa will make your experience unforgettable!
Breakfast at the lodge / tented camp. Today's day includes the descent on the base of the Ngorongoro crater for an unforgettable safari; picnic lunch. At the end return to the camp. Dinner and overnight stay. The megafauna is impressive and you can see almost all the four-legged mammal species found in East Africa. As if the incredible biodiversity of the crater were not enough, the area around it is subject to the annual great migration: a show in the show, with an incredible amount of ungulates that migrate in search of green pastures.
Breakfast at the lodge and departure for the Serengeti National Park. Arriving at the Serengeti gate, a short walk takes you to the View Point at Naabi Gate, a small hill with an incredible view of the park. Start of the first photo game, picnic lunch and at the end arrival at the lodge / tented camp, located directly inside the park. Dinner and overnight stay.
After breakfast, full day exploration of the park with morning and afternoon game drives interrupted only by the picnic lunch.
The Serengeti National Park is the most famous of the protected natural areas of East Africa, declared World Heritage Site by UNESCO in 1981.ui you will see all the "big five": elephant, lion, leopard, rhino (black) and buffalo. The park was declared a World Heritage Site by UNESCO in 1981 and it is estimated that it hosts 1.5 million wildebeests, 300,000 zebras, 150,000 gazelles, 3000 lions and 1360 elephants. Nowhere else in the world can one see such a concentration of herbivores. The type of vegetation characteristic of the Serengeti, the open savannah, facilitates sightings and it is for this reason that it is possible here for unparalleled game drives.
Photosfari along the route, until reaching the area of Ndutu, located between the southern part of the Serengeti and the entrance of the Ngorongoro Conservation Area. It is here that, in our winter months, we can witness the incredible spectacle of the great migration, which affects over 1.5 million wildebeests and zebras. Dinner and overnight stay.
Full day dedicated to the exploration of the area.
Breakfast and departure to reach Arusha in time for your international or national flight.
For organizational reasons, the order of visits to the parks may undergo variations without altering their contents.
• On request internal flights are available to Arusha from the Ndutu airstrip
• Travel by 4x4 Land Cruiser equipped with openable roof
• Full board from the lunch of the first day to the lunch of the last day (the lunches during the safari are generally picnic baskets supplied by the hotels consumed in special equipped areas)
• Entrance fees to Parks and protected areas
• All visits as scheduled
• English speaking guide
• Transfers to and from the airports
• Bottled water always available on jeeps during the journey
• International flights from Europe
• Tour Escort
• Medical insurence
• Domestic flights to sea destinations (optional on request, which can be purchased directly from Afrisafaris Tanzania)
• Sea stays and extensions on the islands (bookable through Afrisafaris Tanzania as a single package combined with the safari)
• Entry visa to be paid upon arrival
• Drinks in lodges / tented camps during meals and extras in general
• Tips to lodge staff
• Tip to guide at the end of the safari (it is a custom to leave a tip that is around 8-10 $ per day per person, based on the work of the guide)
• Personal extras and anything not mentioned in "Your itinerary includes"
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