rhino and wildebeests Ngorongoro crater, Tanzania safari, by laura

K1 – “Serengeti Pamoja” – safari July-September


Manyara – Ngorongoro – Serengeti


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6 days, 5 nights – scheduled departures for small groups of max 6 people


– from 6/17 to 6/22/2023 –

– from 7/22 to 7/27/2023 –

– from 8/14 to 8/19/2023 –



Day 1: Arusha

Arrival at Kilimanjaro Airport/Arusha Airport, meet your guide and transfer to Arusha.



Lodge – Ilboru Safari Lodge

Day 2: lake Manyara

Departure from Arusha in the morning for Lake Manyara National Park. Game drives.

Lake Manyara, below the Rift Valley escarpment, is home to various habitats despite its small area (330 sq km/205 sq miles, of which two hundred are occupied by the lake). They range from dense forests fed by springs that emerge at the foot of the Rift Valley to savannahs and wetlands.

Among many animal species there are large colonies of baboons, vervet monkeys and other species of monkeys, elephants, giraffes and three hundred and eighty species of birds.

From December to Marchlarge flocks of lesser pink flamingos can be found here which then migrate towards Lake Natron from June to October.

Predators include numerous leopards and lions; the latter, annoyed by soil moisture and insects, have acquired the habit (rather rare in these big cats and found only in a few other areas) of climbing on tree branches.

Late afternoon, proceed to Karatu, on the Ngorongoro Highlands.



Lodge – Marera Valley Lodge

Day 3: Ngorongoro Crater

Today is dedicated to game drives in the Ngorongoro Crater.

The Ngorongoro Crater is unique and unparalleled in the world.It is what remains of an ancient volcanic cone, whose peak collapsed about two and a half million years ago, creating the current caldera: a truncated cone containing a large “pan” with a diameter of 16/20 km (9/12 miles) with raised edges reaching about 600 metres (2000 feet) over the ground.

This basin has developed into savannah inhabited by more than 25,000 big game and every species typical of the region, with the exception of the giraffe (which does not find food here) is represented in the Ngorongoro Crater.

The crater rim reaches an altitude of 2,350 metres (7,700 feet) and offers breath-taking views. The outer slopes are covered with dense primary forest.

In the evening you will reach central Serengeti.



Lodge – Serengeti Pure Camp

Day 4: Serengeti National Park

Game drives in the Serengeti Ecosystem, Tanzania’s most famous park and one of the most famous in the world.

The Serengeti ecosystem is home to over 1.5 million wildebeests, 400,000 zebras, 500,000 Thompson gazelles, more than 2,700 lions, 1000 leopards, 500  cheetahs, huge herds of elephants, elands, impalas, waterbucks, giraffes, ostriches, and genets. The rivers offer the perfect habitat for crocodiles and hippos; there are more than 400 species of birds.

The 15,000 square kilometres (9320 sq miles) of the Serengeti National Park are only the major portion of a larger ecosystem, which includes the Ngorongoro Plains (the flat region to the north east of the Ngorongoro Crater, which plays an important role in the famous migration and is administered by the Ngorongoro Conservation Area) and the Maasai Mara (which is located further north, in Kenya).

Here the orography, the soil composition and, consequently, the type of vegetation, allow unmatched animal sightings in Africa. The subsoil, made of volcanic rocks especially in the south, prevents the growth of tall trees and grasslands prevail, so the open environment fosters sightings.

Wildebeests and zebras in the Serengeti, always in search of new pastures and water, are part of the largest migratory movement of wild animals anywhere in the world.



Lodge – Serengeti Pure Camp

Day 5: Serengeti – Karatu

After a morning game drive in the Serengeti, departure for the Ngorongoro Highlands, to reach Karatu in the evening.



Lodge –  Marera Valley Lodge

Day 6: Karatu – Arusha

We follow the sneaky road that offers magnificent views over the Rift Valley and Lake Manyara to reach Arusha for lunch.

Transfer to airport.

From 1st night in Arusha

To departure in the afternoon

17th June 2023

22nd June 2023

22nd July 2023

27th July 2023

14th August 2023

19th August 2023


  • Safari circuit by customized 4×4 Toyota Land Cruiser with pop up roof
  • Full board, from dinner on day 1 to lunch on day 6 (some lunches will be packed)
  • Entry fees to National Parks and Protected Areas
  • All indicated activities
  • English-speaking Guide (we have a limited number of Guides who speak French, Spanish, Italian and German, they are subject to availability at the time of booking)
  • Transfers to/from Kilimanjaro Airport/Arusha Airport
  • Flying Doctors AMREF insurance (air evacuation in case of emergency)
  • Bottled mineral water during game drives
  • VAT (value added tax) 18%


  • International and domestic flights
  • Entry visa (EU, CH, UK citizens  = US$ 50, USA citizens = US$ 100, on arrival)
  • Drinks
  • Tips
  • Extras of personal nature
  • Whatever not specified


Serengeti Balloon Safari