Take a bucket-list journey into the heart of East Africa, where two extraordinary destinations have been combined to create the adventure of a lifetime. The Serengeti National Park boasts one of the world’s greatest wildlife phenomenon’s, the Great Migration and Zanzibar beckons with the promise of a luxury beach escape.
- Discover the Serengeti National Park and witness the Great Migration
- Journey to the 'Spice Island' Zanzibar
- Bush and Beach Luxury
Day 1 - Serengeti National Park
Your flight will land at Kilimanjaro Airport. Welcome to Africa! Look forward to a journey through majestic, unspoiled landscapes to fabulous game reserves where the dark continents incomparable wildlife is protected in its natural habitat. After disembarking from the aircraft, you will be met and assisted to clear customs and immigration formalities and proceed to the arrivals lounge. You will be assisted to connect on to your schedule flight departing at 10h45 to Lobo airstrip. On Arrival at approx. 12h30 you will be met by the camp driver/guide at Lobo Airstrip. Enjoy a short game drive en route to the camp. The vast grasslands of the renowned Serengeti National Park provide what many consider to be the quintessential African game viewing experience. Lunch will be at the camp; you will enjoy an afternoon game drive and overnight at Serengeti Sojourn on a full board basis.
Day 2 -3: Serengeti National Park
Meaning ‘endless plains’ in the language of the Maasai, the Serengeti National Park is a land of immense open spaces and home to literally millions of large herbivores, as well as the accompanying carnivores. The Serengeti is renowned for having the largest concentration of migratory animals in the world, and is also famous for its large lion population. The Serengeti National Park forms part of a huge conservation area, encompassing the adjacent Ngorongoro Conservation Area, as well as the Maasai Mara National Reserve in Kenya. Depending on your preference, there are a couple of options with regards to how your day is structured. One option is to break camp early and head out with a picnic breakfast returning to camp in time for lunch. Alternatively, you can eat breakfast in camp and head out with picnic lunch returning in the midafternoon. Game drives will be on shared basis. Dinner and overnight at the camp.
Day 4: Zanzibar
Breakfast at your camp. You will be transferred to Lobo airstrip for your schedule flight departing at 09h45 to Zanzibar. Arrive at Zanzibar Airport. Meet and greet. Transfer to your beach resort located on the North East Coast of the spice Island. Zanzibar is known as the spice island, which once produced most of the world’s cloves. The sultans of Oman ruled this ancient Arab isle. The islands are still bathed in the rich heady aromas of cloves and cinnamon. The opulence of this period can still be sensed. Pirates and explorers considered it their stepping-stone into African interior. Overnight at Chuini Zanzibar Beach Lodge on half board basis.
Day 5 - 7
The “spice island” of Zanzibar, located 26 miles off the coast of Tanzania, is a prime location from which to enjoy the Indian Ocean’s clear turquoise waters. Combine this with the stirring slave-trade history that comes alive in Stone Town, and you have the perfect complement to your African safari adventure. Your days on Zanzibar will be leisurely ― or you can book optional excursions offered. Overnight at Chuini Zanzibar Beach Lodge on half board basis. The next morning you will enjoy breakfast at your hotel and then transfer to Zanzibar Airport for your home bound departure flight.
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|Dates||Per Person Sharing||Single Supplement|
|01 July 2021 – 31 July 2021||USD 4744.00||USD 1365.00|
|01 August 2021 – 31 October 2021||USD 4852.00||USD 1365.00|
|01 November 2021 – 21 December 2021||Serengeti Sojourn will be closed||N/A|
|22 December 2021 – 07 January 2022||USD 5026.00||USD 1430.00|
|08 January 2022 – 31 March 2022||USD 4896.00||USD 1388.00|
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