Kibokoland Adventure

6 Day Migration Safari package

Overview

Experience the best of East Africa by taking part in a six-day safari packed with adventures. 


Visit Nairobi, Lake Nakuru National Park and finish off your trip at Masai Mara, where you will have an unforgettable experience. You will be able to view all of these animals on foot, as well as from a vehicle equipped with roof viewing platforms. 


The fantastic thing about this safari is that it takes place during Kenya’s driest time of year, which means no clouds or rain obscures your vision when looking for wildlife. The tour planner will do everything possible to ensure that participants get up close and personal with African animals, including lions, leopards, elephants and rhinos. Book your tour with us today.

After your successful breakfast, there will be a drive towards Tarangire National Park and start to enjoy the full day game drive with your lunch. When it comes to this park, it mainly consists of Baobab trees and Acacia woodland. However, the river is mainly said to be the attracting place for animals during the dry season in Tanzania. This amazing park is highly popular for its largest elephants.

Overnight: Karatu

We’ll take an early breakfast, as we’ve got a big day of exploration and adventure ahead of us! We will begin the day with a drive towards the Serengeti. Along the way, we will pass through the rainforests of the Ngorongoro Conservation Area where you might be lucky enough to glimpse Cape buffalo, baboons, or even elephants and leopards in the dense undergrowth. Witness Africa’s iconic savannah landscape and be amazed by the sheer number of animals that roam these grassy plains. Before the sun sets we shall drive to our lodge in Central Serengeti for an overnight.

Overnight: Serengeti Central

After breakfast and with our packed lunch boxes we will start our safari to Ndutu area for a full day game drive. Ndutu is within the Ngorongoro Conservation Area, and situated in the Southern part of Serengeti ecosystem. Lake Ndutu like most other Rift Vallye’s lakes is alkaline, however, the water is still drinkable and consumed by a wide array of local wildlife and the majority of the wildebeest migration can normally be found on the short-grass plains from December to March. The area is usually heavily populated with elephant, birds and resident game. In the evening you will drive to your camp for Dinner and Overnight stay on full Board Basis.

Overnight: Ndutu

Morning breakfast then start to enjoy your game drives in Ndutu area along Southern Part of Serengeti exploring a great range of various habitats such as swamps, woodland, soda lakes and the world famous Serengeti short grass plains. You will witness herds of wildebeest and zebras especially during a short time-frame from around February and lasting for about 3 weeks where majority of the wildebeest calves. The Sea of grass provides little cover and the young make an easy prey for a variety of predators. Wildebeest calves can run minutes after they were born and within 3 days, they are normally strong enough to keep up with the herd. Later you will return to your camp for dinner and overnight stay on Full Board Basis.

Overnight: Ndutu

After breakfast, we depart for our tour in the crater, the crater has a population of around 120 lions with well defines territories, 15,000 wildebeest, 9000 zebras, 400 hyenas and around 50 black rhinos. Many wildebeest and other herd animals are resident benefiting from the many sources of year round waters and are boosted by some migrators in season. Buffalos, Thomson’s gazelle and Eland are also present in numbers, Hippos can be found in pools and swampland and highland birds is colorful and plentiful around the waters. Flamingos can be often been seen in Lake magadi, which occupies part of the crater floor.

Overnight: Karatu

It is our sincere hope you enjoyed your stay with us. Today we drive you back to the airport for your departureKibokoland Adventures hopes to see you again!

Lunch In Arusha Coffee Lodge / Shanga Tour / Transfer to the Airport / Depart

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