This exclusive Tanzania safari spends 2 nights at the luxurious Ngorongoro Crater Lodge, from where you'll enjoy a safari into the Ngorongoro Crater, before heading into the Serengeti's private Grumeti Reserve for 2 nights at one of the region's top safari camps: the stylish, 1920s-style Sabora Camp.
From Kilimanjaro airport you will connect onto a light aircraft to Manyara airstrip. At Manyara Airstrip, your will be met by a superior guide. You'll be driven up over the Rift Valley Escarpment in your first day. This takes about four-hours, using good tar roads which pass through small vibrant towns and villages, until you reach you first stop where you'll spend 2-nights at the Ngorongoro Crater Lodge. Whilst based at Ngorongoro Crater Lodge, head out with your guide into the Ngorongoro Crater for a full day safari. Enjoy the phenomenal game before heading back at the end of the day to enjoy an exquisite meal in an utterly decadent dining room.
After breakfast catch a small aircraft flight over the Great Rift Valley and into the privateGrumeti Reserve. An experienced guide from the camp will meet you in an 4WD to take you on a short safari transfer before arriving for lunch at the beautiful Sabora Tented Camp. Spend 2 nights exploring the wonderful Grumeti Reserve in the Serengeti. Between May and mid July, the great wildebeest migration usually crosses the Grumeti River. Then it moves north and east through this private reserve, which offers exclusive game viewing of the renowned migration.
In the morning fly back to Kilimanjaro where your itinerary will finish. You will have plenty of time to make onward connections.
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