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Best of Tanzania ~ A Migration Safari

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Experience and explore Tanzania while traveling to extraordinary national parks and reserves such as Tarangire National Park, known for its large herds of elephant and spectacular baobab trees; the Ngorongoro Crater, a garden of Eden and the only place in East African where a natural population of black rhino can be found; Olduvai Gorge, one of the most important prehistoric sites on Earth; and the acacia dotted plains of the Serengeti National Park. Traveling in such diverse habitats, experience unparalleled wildlife viewing opportunities like no other in Africa, including the opportunity to observe the annual movement of wildebeest and other grazing herbivores in the Serengeti – one of the greatest spectacles of the natural world… The Great Migration. While on Safari you will stay in deluxe lodges and tented camps, be treated to gourmet meals including a bush dinner in the middle of the Serengeti under the star-studded sky! You will have opportunities to explore villages and local communities and will be accompanied by highly skilled safari guides, who will introduce you to the vast wildlife and culture found in East Africa.

  • Optional pre-tour available: Rwanda Gorilla Trekking
  • Optional post–tour available: “The Spice Island” of Zanzibar


  • Expert naturalist guides accompany you throughout your safari
  • Tanzania – unrivalled wildlife and habitat diversity
  • Exploration of the best known and most distinguished parks and reserves in East Africa
  • Opportunity to look for and observe the Great Wildebeest Migration
  • Accommodations include luxury lodges and tented camps, carefully selected to emphasize wildlife viewing and comfort
  • Custom, comfortable 4x4 Land Cruisers ensure window seating and roof-hatch access, guaranteeing exceptional wildlife viewing experiences
  • Cultural interaction with the Maasai
  • Full day exploring the Ngorongoro Crater with deluxe picnic lunch
  • Olduvai Gorge lecture and museum
  • Farewell Serengeti bush dinner

Photo courtesy of Billy Dodson