9 days – February 8 to 16, 2020


Travel to see the annual wildebeest migration, one of the most epic wildlife events on Earth. Serengeti national park is located in the Mara and Simiyu regions of Tanzania within the Serengeti ecosystem. You'll be able to see and capture the magnitude of over 1.5 million white bearded wildebeest and 250,000 zebra in their annual migration through the plains. Watch as the wildebeest cross through crocodile infested waters of the Mara River, your favorite African animals grazing through the plains, and predators looking for their next meal. This is the tour to capture beautiful, once in a lifetime, images.



NgoroNgoro Conservation Area is a protected area and a World Heritage Site located 180 km (110 mi) west of Arusha in the Crater Highlands area of Tanzania. The area is named after the Ngorongoro Crater, a large volcanic caldera within the area. Capture magnificent images of the "Big 5" and the stunning landscape that UNESCO calls "one of the greatest natural wonders".







TANAZNIA Itinerary


Day 1 : 02/08/20

Depart from USA (Airfare on your own – NOT INCLUDED IN PRICE, assistance for flights provided).



Day 2 : 02/09/20

Arrival at Kilimanjaro Airport, Near Arusha, Tanzania (Airport Code JRO).

Our team will meet you at the baggage claim and you will be transferred to Planet Lodge Hotel



Day 3 : 02/10/20

Early breakfast at the lodge and then head out and depart for Lake Eyasi.We will carry picnic lunches.

We will be visiting the tribal native villages of the Hadzape and Datoga Tribes

After our visit, we continue to drive to the Ngorongoro Conservation Area and check in to our next lodge, Ngorongoro Serena Lodge .

This lodge is located at the rim of the Ngorongoro Crater with Spectacular views of the crater floor.

Dinner and Breakfast are included. Overnight stay.



Day 4 : 02/11/20

We will grab an early breakfast at the lodge and then proceed to drive down to the crater floor for our game drive.  We will be carrying picnic lunches and have our meal on the crater floor.  We will ascend and proceed to Ndutu Plains later in the Afternoon.  Ndutu is the southern portion of the great Serengeti Plains.  We will arrive at the Lake Ndutu Luxury Tented Camp, our luxurious lodge for the next three nights. 

All Meals Included (Drinks NOT Included).


Day 5 : 02/12/20

Breakfast and Morning and Afternoon Game Drive. 

We will return to the lodge for lunch and a short rest. 

We do a morning game drive and an afternoon game drive on this day.

Dinner at the lodge


Day 6 : 02/13/20

We will depart before sunrise for a early morning game drive.

Picnic breakfast in the bush.

We will return to the lodge for lunch and afternoon we will have a chance to do a game walk (OPTIONAL AND EXTRA FEES APPLY) or a game drive.

Dinner at the lodge

Days 7 : 02/14/20

Before sunrise this morning, we will depart for our Hot Air Balloon Safari in Southern Serengeti.  After Ballooning, a champagne toast may be provided with an amazing full breakfast served in the bush. 

Then we drive to Central Serengeti (Seronera Area) where we will stay at the Kubu Kubu Tented Lodge.

Dinner and overnight stay. 


Day 8: 02/15/20

We will have a full day in the Serengeti with morning and afternoon Game Drives. We may take picnic lunches or come back for a hearty lunch.

Dinner and stay at Kubu Kubu Lodge


Day 9 : 02/16/20

Our Serengeti journey ends with fond memories of a great tour!.  We may do a short game drive and then proceed to the Seronera Airstrip for our flights back to Arusha.

Upon arrival to Arusha we will be met with our ground staff and taken for a lunch at the Coffee Lodge.

After lunch relax, visit the cultural center and some last minute souvenir and Tanzanite shopping.

Then we proceed to Kilimanjaro Airport for our flights home.

Departure from Arusha can be arranged as early as 4PM Local time.





LAND PACKAGE : $7900(Double Occupancy)


MAX 8 Persons For this Tour!





TANZANIA what to bring



A valid passport is required.  Visas are required by all. Tanzania visas are issued on arrival at the airport with a charge of $100 USD per passport, for a single entry visa. Please visit the Tanzania Embassy website for detailed information.  Kenya visas are acquired online through an application service. Please visit the Kenya Online Visa site for detailed information.   


A course of anti-malarial tablets is essential; please seek advice from your doctor. A mosquito repellent is also advisable. Yellow Fever Vaccination is now obligatory for all visitors to Tanzania & Kenya. Please ensure that you have this before your arrival. If on medication, it is best to take a supply of medicines to last the entire trip.  


The Kenyan Shilling (KSH or KES) is denominated in notes of 1000/- 500/- 200/- 100/- 50/- and coins of 40/-, 20/- , 10/- , 5 /- and 1/- . The Tanzanian Shilling (TZS) is denominated in notes of 10,000/=, 5,000/=, 2.000/=, 1.000/=, 500/=, and coins of 100/=, 50/=, 20/= and 5/= US Dollars, Sterling Pounds and Euros are acceptable everywhere. However we advise you to have a certain amount of local currency at all times. ‘Bureau de change’ are available at all airports and in the cities. A commission is levied for changing of the foreign currency. Most of the banks and establishments will not accept US Dollar bills printed prior the year 2003. ATM’s are also popular and seen in most areas (you may only draw in the local currency).  


All bags arrive on the conveyor belt. Each person picks his/her bag, onto a trolley and then clear Customs – where he/she presents their passport. This is just a formality – nothing more than that Immediately in front of them are the Exit doors to the Public Waiting Area/Rendez-vous point.  


Once you clear immigration and customs – our representatives will meet you on arrival entry outside the arrival halls. The common name on the meeting board will read the name of the group.  


The national grid power supply ranges between 240v-220v. Many of our lodges/camps in the parks and reserves get this supply from the national grid. Most of them generate their own power supply from generators and power ranges 240v –220v. For stress-free travel, we recommend you carry a universal adapter.  


Auto roaming of mobile phones is available in all East African Countries with excellent network in the cities and in and around some of the national parks and reserves. This will however depend on whether there is a reciprocated agreement with your country. Otherwise, most lodges/hotels are connected to land lines. There is a cost for usage of the phones. You may also buy a Pre-Paid line from the various mobile operators with easy switch over from Kenya to Tanzania whilst on holiday here. This is the cheapest option.  


Piped water in East African region is chlorinated and safe to use for showering and washing of hands, but should not be drank directly from the tap. It is highly recommended that you use the purified or mineral water provided for you at the hotel or you may buy some at the hotel bar/shops and service stations.  


Baggage: the ‘mantra’ is TRAVEL LIGHT! We encourage you to carry soft bags as opposed to hard or roller cases. This saves time during the loading and offloading of the safari vehicles.  



Summer clothing is worn throughout the year. Casual wear during the day, but business casual dressing is recommended for dinner time at the restaurants in the lodges and hotels. (Lightweight trousers that unzip to become shorts are awesome!) A light jacket/sweater and light raincoat may be necessary as early morning and evening temperatures are cooler since most of the national parks are located at an altitude of 1000m and above.  This is also especially useful for dawn and dusk safaris. Sensible walking shoes, sunglasses and a hat for protection against the sun, Swimsuit, if you want to jump into the swimming pool.  


Tipping is customary and in many occasions, actually ‘paves the way’. It is indeed a way of life in our part of the world. Whilst the actual amount of money to tip is left at your discretion, we would like to offer some guidelines here below (values are in USD):

Kenya Porter – $1 per bag Restaurant waiter – $1.50 per person, per meal Driver-guide – $10-30 per day, per person  

Tanzania Porter – $1.50 per bag Server in restaurant – $2 per person, per meal Driver-guide – $10-30 per day, per person On average, we would recommend that you budget for US$ 150. per person on a trip of 7-10 days, which would comfortably cover all tipping & gratuities.