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3 - 14 June 2007

This safari focuses on the greatest land migration on our planet when over 1.5 million wildebeest and zebra move from the Serengeti into Kenya’s Masai Mara. We will also visit all of the other wildlife reserves in Tanzania’s “Northern Circuit,” Tarangire, Lake Manyara, and Ngorongoro Crater.

We call this safari the Best of Tanzania Safari because it not only taking place during the best time of the year, but we are staying in the best camps and the smallest and most exclusive.

If you are the kind of person that believes that he/she deserves the best, this is the safari for you.

Photographer Leader: TBA

Maximum Participants: 8 with 4 photographers per Land Rover

Our Itinerary

Sunday, 3 May 2007
Amsterdam -

We connect with our flight in Amsterdam for Kilimanjaro Airport in Tanzania. On arrival, we are met and transferred to our hotel. Arusha Coffee Lodge

Monday – Tuesday, 4 – 5 June 2007
Arusha – Tarangire National Park

After an early morning game drive, we begin our Tanzania safari with a drive to Tarangire National Park. Situated 120km (75 miles) from Arusha, Tarangire National Park is easily accessible and boasts magnificent herds of elephant and other species of wildlife. The baobab-studded landscape also plays host to a vast variety of resident and migratory bird life. Looking out over the rolling countryside the lodge is a tranquil oasis set in over 2,600 sq kms (900 sq miles) of National Park. The Tarangire flows north to south year-round and sustains an abundance of fauna and flora rarely seen elsewhere. Swala Camp

Thursday, 7 June  2007
Ngorongoro Crater

After an early breakfast and a game drive, we continue our safari adventure to the Ngorongoro Crater. Ngorongoro’s caldera shelters the most beautiful wildlife haven left on earth. The Maasai and their cattle co-exist with the wildlife in this area, and visitors are able to appreciate this ancient interplay between wildlife and man. Interpretive game drives through the emerald plains and forests of the crater floor engender guests with a respect for the people and wildlife of this world wonder. We will have three days to explore this eight natural wonder of the world. Ngorongoro Sopa

Friday - Wednesday, 8 – 13 June 2007
Serengeti National Park

After breakfast at the lodge, we head for our last destination, the famous Serengeti National Park. We have six full days to explore its 5,600 sq. miles. We will see cheetah, giraffe, lion leopard, elephant – the list is endless. And each year it is the scene of the great immigration where millions of wildebeest and zebra make their annual trek in search of fresh grass. Serengeti National Park is the Africa most of us have seen on television. Many National Geographic specials have been filmed here. Now we can see first hand why so many naturalists and photographers are drawn to this place. We will visit two camps in the Serengeti so that we can follow the migration. Kusini Camp and Exclusive Mobile Luxury Tented Camp

Thursday, 14 June 2007
Serengeti National Park - Arusha

We depart for Arusha as our safari comes to an end. This afternoon you relax and reflect on the memorable experience you have encountered on your safari in the best parks of East Africa. A day room will be provided until you depart for the airport this evening for your flight home.

The Price of Adventure
( Per Person Double Occupancy)

$4,995 per person excluding scheduled airfare

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The airport code for you destination is JRO

Your Safari Includes:

  1. Accommodation as stipulated in the itinerary.
  2. Transport in custom built safari minivan and 4X4 Land Rover.
  3. Services of English-speaking safari driver/guide.
  4. Game viewing drives and parks entrance fees as per itinerary.
  5. All Government taxes and levies.
  6. All meals on safari as indicated
  7. Mineral water during game drives
  8. Internal flight as indicated in the itinerary

Not included are international airfare and personal expenses such as personal insurance; excess baggage fees; phone calls; gratuities to camp staff and driver/guides; airport departure taxes; passport and visa fees, and beverages, and any additional nights in Arusha, which are not noted in itinerary.





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