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AFRICA Ngorongoro Crater Lodge SERENGETI SAFARI


10 DAYS from £1995 (per person twin share with flights)


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Witness the migration on this classic tour of Tanzania


DAYS 1/2 – Fly to Kilimanjaro Fly overnight to Kilimanjaro on Kenya Airways via Nairobi. Overnight at Serena Mountain Village Lodge.


Flamingos at Lake Manyara


DAY 3 – Tarangire National Park Drive to Tarangire, known for its huge herds of elephants. Included game drive, 1 night at Tarangire Sopa Lodge.


DAY 4 – Ngorongoro Crater Morning game drive before continuing onto Ngorongoro Crater. 2 nights at Ngorongoro Serena Lodge.


DAY 5 – Ngorongoro Crater Descend into the crater for a days game viewing, this collapsed volcano is home to some 25,000 animals.


DAYS 6/7 – Serengeti National Park Visit Olduvai Gorge en route to the Serengeti National Park. 2 nights at Serengeti Serena Lodge.


Ngorongoro Crater


DAY 8 – Lake Manyara Drive to Lake Manyara. Overnight at Lake Manyara Serena Safari Lodge. Included game drives around this UNESCO Biosphere Reserve.


TARANGIRE NATIONAL PARK Remote and unspoilt, Tarangire encompasses a 2,600 sq km landscape of open plains, acacia woodland and regions of dense bush with high grasses and huge old baobab trees. The land is hilly and dominated by the impressive valley of the Tarangire River which attracts colourful birds and high concentrations of game.


SELOUS & RUAHA, SOUTHERN TANZANIA The remote and rugged region of Southern Tanzania evokes the true spirit of Africa. These spectacular reserves offer game drives, walking safaris and boat cruises and an increased chance of viewing wild dog. With access only by air and fewer crowds this region provides the chance to witness nature in its purest form.


DAYS 9/10 – Fly to the UK Return to Arusha for your evening flight to Heathrow via Nairobi. Arrive the following day.


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10 DAYS from £4595 (per person twin share with flights)


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Experience the best Tanzania has to offers on this flying safari


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HOT AIR BALLOONING OVER THE SERENGETI There are few experiences that match the sheer spectacle of herds of wildebeest sweeping across the African plains, except maybe watching them as you drift across the Serengeti in a hot air balloon. Lasting around an hour followed by a champagne breakfast, this unique adventure gives stunning photo opportunities.


Prices from £310 per person


DAYS 1/2 – Fly to Kilimanjaro Fly overnight to Kilimanjaro on Kenya Airways via Nairobi. Transfer to Arusha Coffee Lodge for an overnight.


DAYS 3/4 – Tarangire National Park Fly by luxury light aircraft to Tarangire National Park, 2 nights at Tarangire Treetops. Included, game drives, a game walk and a fascinating night game drive.


DAY 5/6 – Ngorongoro Crater Morning game drive and picnic lunch before flying to Manyara. Transfer for 2 nights at The Manor at Ngorongoro. Enjoy extensive game viewing opportunities in Ngorongoro Crater the world’s largest intact caldera.


DAY 7 – Serengeti National Park Morning visit to Lake Manyara National Park. Fly by luxury light aircraft to the Serengeti, game drive en route to Serengeti Migration Camp where you stay for 2 nights.


DAY 8 – Serengeti National Park Full day of game view in the Serengeti National Park


DAYS 9/10 – Fly to the UK Fly to Arusha and connect onto your Kenya Airways flight to Heathrow via Nairobi. Arrive following day.


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