Witness the wildebeest migration risk it all by crossing the Nile crocodile-infested Mara River to reach the greener grass of the Masai Mara from 13-22 August 2016 in the Serengeti National Park, Tanzania.
The Mara River crossings is one of nature’s greatest spectacles, and during the month of August is the most consistent time to view it.
During this great migration safari in the Serengeti, the herds will also cross an international border between Tanzania’s Serengeti and Kenya’s Masai Mara.
Day 1.Arrival at Arusha
Welcome to your great migration safari! After your arrival in Kilimanjaro International Airport and sorting out all your customs/immigration formalities, you’ll be introduced to your migration safari guide / drver who will transfer you to the Mount Meru Hotel in Arusha – where you’ll spend your first night. Your stay at the hotel will be on a bed and breakfast basis.
Day 2 to 5: Your great migration safari in the Serengeti begin
After an enjoyable first night in Arusha, you’ll be transferred to the Arusha airport to catch a early flight to Lobo. Once you land, you’ll be met by your migration safari guide / driver who will transfer you to the Bologonya Under Canvas Camp, a luxurious tented camp which puts you within reach of the great migration and to the explore remote, beautiful corners of the Serengeti.
The Bologonya Under Canvas Camp will be your accommodation for the next four nights and you’ll stay on a full board basis inclusive of bottled water, soft drinks, juices, house wine, local brand beers and spirits.
Day 6 to 9: Explore the Serengeti National Park
Say your final goodbyes to the Bologonya Under Canvas Camp and enjoy a game drive as we transfer you to your second property in Lobo, the Serengeti Explorer Camp. Here, you’ll have the chance to witness wildlife right from your safari tent.
Your four night stay at the Serengeti Explorer Camp will also be on a full board basis inclusive of bottled water, soft drinks, juices, house wine and local brand beers.
Day 10: Your great migration safari in the Serengeti ends