This tremendous introduction to Tanzania's natural wonders starts in the spectacular uplands of northern Tanzania. After staying in the wild and rugged Ngorongoro highland, you will then head to the awe-inspiring Ngorongoro Crater home to the BIG 5. Next, you will fly to the Serengeti – Tanzania’s world-famous safari landscape – for an exceptional safari experience. Then it’s time for leisure and relaxation in the sun, white sand and swimming in the Indian Ocean at glorious Zanzibar Island.
10 Nights 11 Days 30 Nov, 01 Dec, 02 Dec, and more Kilimanjaro Airport (JRO).
Detailed itinerary
Day 1
Arrival Tanzania via Kilimanjaro International Airport.
Upon arrival, you are met by your safari guide and transferred to Kiboko Lodge.  Kiboko Lodge is a beautiful lodge and is located in a unique nature reserve on the edge of Arusha National Park. On a clear day, you have magnificent views of both Mount Meru and the snowy mountain peak of Kilimanjaro. The lodge is approximately 45 minutes drive from Kilimanjaro International Airport and about 7 km from the main road to the lodge is a, albeit wonderful, 'bush' route.
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Day 2
Lake Manyara National Park 
After breakfast, we depart for scenic Lake Manyara National Park. Here you'll find a geologic landscape as diverse as the wildlife, with nine distinct vegetation zones ranging from its soda lake to savanna grassland and acacia woodland, from deep gully vegetation to steep mountainsides. See the distinctive tree-climbing lions and the dramatic vistas of the Great Rift Valley escarpment. This park attracts an abundance of wildlife, from elephant, lion, leopard, cheetah, and buffalo to a variety of colorful birds including flamingos. The park features the Maji Moto hot springs. Late afternoon drive to the lodge.
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Ngorongoro Crater | Game viewing
Soon after having your sumptuous breakfast; we depart for Ngorongoro Crater, we descend 2,000 feet into this magnificent crater to view wildlife. Here, a nearly perfect balance of predator and prey exist within the 102 square miles of the crater floor. Experience an unforgettable spectacle of African wildlife: a teeming world of elephant, rhinoceros, lion, hyena, zebra, wildebeest, to name a few, living in harmony in this unique eco-system. At the end of the day, we ascend the crater wall and drive to the lodge/ camp for a hot dinner.
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Serengeti National Park via Olduvai Gorge
Leaving the Ngorongoro Highland, we stop at the famed Olduvai Gorge, where some of the earliest remains of our species were unearthed by the dedicated Leakey family. Here in these desolate gullies, the jawbone of Zinjanthropus Man was discovered. The Gorge Museum explains the Leakeys' methods and their remarkable finds.
We then begin the journey into the great Serengeti traveling deep into the wilds of Africa. The sight of giraffe, lion, ostrich, zebra, and warthog will dazzle you. See herds of animals swiftly running across vast open spaces, and predators hunting prey. The multitude and diversity of species here are unrivaled. 


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Serengeti National Park Game viewing
Spend another day exploring the beauty of the Serengeti National park - you may opt to go for early morning game viewing and drive back for breakfast and later proceed with game viewing.
Today have an option for "HOT" air balloon safari, extra fee applies (US Dollar 598 per person).
Serengeti is arguably Africa’s breathtaking National park. It is the home of millions of large mammals, including what is so-called the Big 5: elephant, lion, buffalo, leopard, and the rarely seen black rhinoceros. Over 500 species of birds have been recorded in the area, birds of prey, vultures, lovebirds, cranes, Bateleur, weavers, and our very own Shrike-Northern White-crowned Shrike. 
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Serengeti National Park | Western Corridor Game Viewing
We enjoy game viewing as we drive into the remote Western Corridor. On the seemingly endless plains of the Serengeti are literally millions of hoofed animals. They are constantly on the move in search of pasture, watched and pursued by the predators that feed on them.
We arrive at camp; the camp has a swimming pool for cooling off after the long hot days in the Serengeti. At the end of the day, you can stay at your veranda to see the spectacular colors of an equatorial African sunset.


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Morning Game viewing | Drive to Mwanza city
Depart at 6.00am for early morning (sunrise) game viewing. Later drive back to the camp for a sumptuous breakfast while enjoying the cool breeze from acacia trees surrounding the camp.

Early morning is the best time for game viewing as most of the killings take place around this time. Our professional guide is always happy to share with you lots of hidden secrets in the Serengeti, why Serengeti shall never die, how Darwin's theory, survival of the fittest applies in the Serengeti and much much more...

At around noon drive to Mwanza city - 'the Rocky city' for the mighty Lake Victoria - Africa's largest Lake.
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Mwanza city | Stone Town - Zanzibar Island.
After a sumptuous breakfast at Malaika Beach Resort, and we’re off on a flight to paradise. Your hotel, either the Zanzibar Serena or the Blue Bay Resort, waits quietly in the sun, absorbing its rays as they reflect off the adjacent sea. These hotels, specially selected for their exceptionality, immerse the traveler in the romantic atmos- phere of centuries gone by. The perfumed air caresses you with the scents of all the spices that have grown in abun- dance throughout the island since time began...
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  • Zanzibar Serena Hotel
Day 9
Old Town & Spice Plantations
The morning begins with a sumptuous breakfast as you gaze over the Indian Ocean to the endless horizon. A walking tour is the only way to truly experience the town, which exists today much as it did in the years when Zanzibar, the Isle of Spices, was a great trading centre known the world over for spices, timber and slaves. The marketplace is alive with vendors who hawk their exotic wares in a multitude of languages, as many as the intense palate of colours which mark their fabrics, their spices, their intricately carved wood and other goods for sale. As you move away from the rau- cous market, the winding streets grow serene and mysteri- ous, with their whitewashed houses and ornately carved wooden doors and balconies studded with brass. You will visit the Zanzibar Museum and the Old Fort. Lunch, relaxed and oh-so-luscious, and we proceed to spend the afternoon touring the plantations on the outskirts of town where cin- namon, cardamon and strong, flavourful Arabic coffees are grown. And, of course, we see the cloves, the gold of Zanzibar, the world’s finest and most desired spice, grown here in the very centre of the Spice Islands.
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  • Zanzibar Serena Hotel
Day 10 & 11
Leisure & Relaxing at the Beach
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  • Zanzibar Serena Hotel
Day 12
Zanzibar | Fly back home
Today brings a farewell to the island. Depending upon your flight time, which—being in a splendidly far flung outpost of civilization after all—can sometimes be early, perhaps you’ll make one last trip to the marketplace for that fantasti- cally carved teakwood chest or supply of intensely scented clove pomanders—a heady reminder of your sojourn in this ageless Swahili paradise.
What we'll give. What we won't

What is included in the tour

  • All transfers.
  • Guaranteed window seat.
  • Tanzania National Park fees.
  • A Local Top-notch safari guide.
  • Accommodation as specified or similar.
  • All meals from start to completion.
  • Vegetarian meals can be served upon request.
  • Laundry and Internet service if available at the lodge/ camp.
  • 100% guaranteed departure. We've never canceled a trip.
  • Scheduled domestic flight from Mwanza to Dar es Salaam.
  • Emergency medical evacuation insurance; this should NOT replace your travel insurance.
  • Private 4-wheel drive custom safari vehicle with cool beverages and snacks, a pair of binoculars, animal and bird guidebooks, and bean bags for stabilizing long lenses.

What is NOT included in the tour

  • Travel insurance.
  • International Flights.
  • Items of a personal nature.
  • Airline-Imposed Fuel Surcharges.
  • Fees for Passport, Visa, or Immunizations.
  • Champagne, cognacs, cellar wines, cigars, and cigarettes.
  • Airline-Imposed Seat Assignment and Checked Baggage Fees.
  • Tips for your Tour Guide/ Driver (minimum US Dollar 20 per day)
  • Sightseeing and excursions other than those specified in the itinerary.
  • Visa (Available at the airport for $ 100 or less; costs vary significantly from country to country).
Pickup point
Here is where we will meet, don't get lost!
Kilimanjaro Airport (JRO). View on Map