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11 Days Safari in Tanzania and Kenya

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11 Days Safari in Tanzania and Kenya

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Over the course of your 11-day safari in Tanzania and Kenya, explore the best national parks. Visit the renowned Serengeti, which is home to a wide variety of species and the magnificent wildebeest migration. And the impressive Ngorongoro Crater, a natural wonder with the greatest variety of animals in the world. You may see these two of Africa’s Seven Natural Wonders while on this incredible safari. You may also travel to Kenya to see the Masai Mara.

Tanzanian and Kenyan safaris:

The Masai Mara is the only national park in Tanzania that truly enhances the other parks. In Tanzania, the parks are closer to one another and wild creatures are typically more easier to see. As a result, Tanzania will provide you with the opportunity to see far more in less time.

When is the best to go on Tanzania and Kenya Safaris?

Only from mid-September to mid-October do we suggest combining a safari in Tanzania with a trip to Kenya. More animals from the huge migration have now entered Kenya at this time. The big migration takes place in the Serengeti national park during the other months. However, we can’t promise that more animals from the big migration will really be in the Masai Mara during this time as occasionally a sizable portion of the migration stays in the northern Serengeti. This is based on the quantity of rainfall each year. Remember that the Masai Mara is significantly smaller than the Serengeti and that it is prone to visitor crowding.

Advantages of this safari

You have the option to go at your own leisure with this 11-day private safari in Tanzania and Kenya. Just the way you prefer! Throughout the whole trip, you will have a private safari vehicle and guide.

11 Days
16+ Age
  • Departure
    Please arrive by 8:15 AM for a prompt departure at 8:30 AM.
  • Departure Time
    Approximately 8:30 PM.
  • Dress Code
    Casual. Comfortable athletic clothing, hiking shoes, hat and warm jacket.
  • Included
    Airport transfers
    Drinking water
    English speaking private guide
    Game drives
    Luxurious private 4×4 safari jeep
    Park fees
  • Not Included
    International flights
    Visa Fees
Day 1: Arrival Kilimanjaro - Arusha
Your Ecoverde Safaris guide will be there to meet you when you land at Kilimanjaro Airport, and he will drive you to the resort. You will receive a first sense of Tanzania on the way: you will smell the lovely scenery, hear the wildlife, and see the bustling streets. When you get to the resort, you may unwind and enjoy the pool while holding a nice Tanzanian beverage in your hand. You can get the most out of this excursion because it is an exclusive private safari! You and your guide may agree on the times the game drive will begin and conclude as well as how long you will stop to watch and photograph the animals in the parks.
Day 2: Lake Manyara National Park
One of the smallest but most beautiful national parks you visit is the first one. Elephants, large groups of baboons, and, if you're lucky, tree-climbing lions may all be seen in the jungle. The vast soda lake is surrounded by a variety of species, including flamingos, buffalo, warthogs, giraffes, wildebeest, and zebras. You will enjoy a breathtaking view of the Rift Valley Escarpment and fantastic possibilities to see hippos in the small hippos pool. A cultural tour, a mountain bike trip, or a canopy walk are just a few of the fascinating activities that may be combined with game drives at Lake Manyara.
Day 3 - 4: Serengeti National Park
Your safari in the Serengeti National Park continues today. The most outstanding wildlife films feature its gorgeous landscape. Unmatched in terms of wildlife abundance and boundless grasslands. The Serengeti's most notable event is undoubtedly the yearly wildebeest migration, which includes over a million animals. Millions of wildebeest, zebras, and gazelles thunder over the unending Serengeti plains, creating a really amazing scene. You will be searching the plains for the herds with your personal guide. You will also witness many other creatures, like as lions, cheetahs, leopards, and many others, in addition to the migratory ones. The natural splendour of Africa's most well-known park is sure to wow. We advise you to go on a hot air balloon safari if you enjoy viewing nature from a different angle. Drifting softly over the plains as herds of wildlife pass by below is an incredible experience.
Day 5: Ngorongoro Crater
You go by car to the Ngorongoro Conservation Area early in the morning from Arusha. The road takes you across the Great Rift Valley and into the impressive Ngorongoro Crater vegetation. The major feature of the region is a volcano that has fallen, which has created a distinctive environment with a broad diversity of vegetation. Enjoy the many animal species and the stunning scenery colors. The crater is home to the greatest number of animals in Africa, including rare black rhinos, hippos, buffaloes, lions, and elephants. One of the greatest sites to see all five of the Big Five is here. Incredible views of the crater's bottom may be seen from the rim of the crater. The Ngorongoro Crater was selected as one of Africa's Seven Natural Wonders due to its outstanding natural beauty. The Ngorongoro Conservation Area offers a variety of activities, such as seeing a Maasai community.
Day 6: Driving back to Arusha & cultural visits
You can take your time for breakfast and if you want you can take another dive into the swimming pool. After this, we will drive back to Arusha for a day that you can customize according to your wishes. You can either just relax in the lodge in Arusha. Otherwise, there is a range of activities to choose from, below are some examples:
  • make a tour of a coffee plantation and learn about the process it takes from the coffee bean to a cup of coffee
  • visit the Iraqw tribe
  • make a city tour in Arusha
  • visit the Mount Meru waterfall
  • make a quad or mountain bike tour
  • visit the snake park
  • learn how to cook local dishes
  • take a lake shore walk around Lake Manyara
Day 7 - 11: Zanzibar
Nothing could be more romantic than getting out of your safari jeep, boarding an aircraft, and taking off over an ocean of blue and African land to land on Zanzibar's pearly white beaches. plunge into the ocean or the pool while sipping on wonderful drinks among the palm palms at the magnificent resort. In one of the restaurants, you may order the catch of the day after seeing local fisherman bring it in in their vintage wooden dhows. And if the sun then sets in the evening while you are sitting on the beach and everything is bathed in a crimson light, you know you have discovered a beautiful paradise.
Day 7: Fly to Nairobi

In the morning you fly from Kilimanjaro Airport to Nairobi. Nairobi is the capital and the largest city of Kenya. The name comes from the Maasai phrase Enkare Nairobi. This translates to “cool water”, a reference to the Nairobi River which flows through the city. It also has the nickname Green City in the Sun. Nairobi is one of Africa’s largest and most interesting cities. And it never seems to sleep – the entire town has a boundless energy, and is thriving place.

Today you can either relax at the hotel to prepare for your early morning flight to the Masai Mara, or do one of the activities below:
  • Nairobi City tour
  • Sheldrick Wildlife Trust
  • Nairobi national park
Day 8+9: Masai Mara National Game Reserve
Today you fly from Wilson Airport in Nairobi to Kenya’s most famous national reserve: The Masai Mara! The Masai Mara is located in western Kenya, is one of the largest game reserves and is approximately 270 km from the capital Nairobi – only 45 minutes’ flight time. It borders the Serengeti national park and together they form Africa’s most diverse ecosystem. The Masai Mara national reserve extends over 1,510 km² and is home to over 95 species of mammals and over 400 species of birds. It is one of the most popular tourist destinations in Kenya and is located in the Great Rift Valley in mostly open grasslands. Wildlife is usually most concentrated in the western escarpment of the reserve and the great wildebeest, zebra, gazelle, antelope, and impala migration usually reside there between August and October.
Day 10-11: Masai Mara Game Reserve - Airport
Today you will fly back to Nairobi to catch your flight home in the late afternoon or evening. Be aware that you will arrive at the domestic airport (Wilson airport), so you need another transfer to the international airport. After we have transferred you to the Jomo Kenyatta International Airport, you will arrive back home on the next day. So you need in total 11 days for this trip. You like to extend your safari with a beach holiday? Tanzania’s islands offers a perfect paradise to unwind after your safari such as Zanzibar, Pemba and Mafia.