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Jun-Nov: 8-Day Upscale Great Migration & Secrets of the Serengeti

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Jun-Nov: 8-Day Upscale Great Migration & Secrets of the Serengeti


  • Kilimanjaro
  • Tarangire National Park
  • Silale Swamps
  • Northern Serengeti National Park
  • Mara River


  • Unparalleled viewing of the fabled river crossings.
  • Tarangire National Park, uncrowded and famous for its elephant migration and outstanding game.

Itinerary at a Glance

  • DAY 1 Kilimanjaro
  • DAY 2-3 Tarangire National Park
  • DAY 4-7 Northern Serengeti National Park - Mara River Crossings
  • DAY 8 Serengeti National Park / KIA, Home

Jun-Nov: 8-Day Upscale Great Migration & Secrets of the Serengeti

Detailed Itinerary

Your exact itinerary will vary slightly by month based on location of the great migration

JUN - NOV: Migration on the Northern Serengeti, Mara River Crossings

Day 1 Arrival Kilimanjaro

Upon arrival at KIA you will be picked up by a private driver who will meet you outside the airport doors with a sign with your name on it. Transfer to Ngare Sero Mountain lodge, an exceptionally lovely family-run lodge with a great atmosphere and very kind staff.

Overnight: Ngare Sero Mountain Lodge Full board, Double rooms

Day 2 & 3 Tarangire National Park

After breakfast you will be picked up by your private guide in your private vehicle and transfer to Tarangire National Park, famous for its large herds of Elephants and ancient Baobab trees. Transfer to the remote Southern part of Tarangire where you will stay at the fantastic and famous Asilia’s Oliver’s Camp, located close to the Silale Swamps which attracts hundreds Elephants and other animals who come to feed on the lush grass. Asilia’s Oliver’s Camp is truly one of the best tented camps in Eastern Africa, with options for walking safaris, and fly camping, for a more intimate and authentic experience of the bush and wildlife.

Overnight: Asilia’s Oliver’s Camp Full Board (all meals and drinks included)

Day 4-7 Serengeti National Park – Mara River Crossings

Explore the Central Serengeti, famous for its population of big cats including lions and cheetah and an area where great migration passes through twice a year. After a morning game drive, transfer to Kuro airstrip for an 11.10am flight to Kogatende airstrip, arriving around 12.45pm. The coming 4 days you will explore this amazing area right by the Mara River with a resident guide of Chaka Camp in an open safari vehicle. You’ll have the chance to see the famous river crossings, with thousands of wildebeest and zebra braving the crocodile-infested waters, and so much more, including rhino, leopard, and cheetah.

Overnight at Serian Serengeti North Camp Full Board, GP Double Tent

Day 8 Serengeti National Park / KIA, Home

Enjoy another almost full day in the Serengeti. After lunch in camp you will be brought to the Kogatende airstrip for an 16.00pm flight to KIA to connect to KLM flight home.


Tanzania Lodging


Ngare Sero Mountain Lodge

Set in lush gardens amid forest and crystal-clear waters on the slopes of Mount Meru, Ngare Sero Mountain Lodge is a wonderful place to relax and simmer in the immense beauty of East Africa. Just 30 minutes from Kilimanjaro International Airport and Arusha town center, Ngare Sero is the ideal location to spend the day amid nature, watching the changing colors of the Kilimanjaro glaciers while sipping drinks on the verandah.

Originally built in 1905, the main house of the lodge still retains many of its original features and ornamental design with long colonial verandas stretching across the front of the house; the perfect spot to sit and watch the lake, monkeys, forest, and enjoy the grandeur of Mount Kilimanjaro. Furnished with stone benches and leather cushions, the lodge provides modern comforts amid antiques commemorating Tanzania’s German colonial past.


Asilia's Oliver's Camp

Discover Africa, just as it should be. Oliver’s Camp – in the remote southern reaches of Tarangire National Park – has just 10 beautifully appointed safari tents in a spectacular location close to the game-dense Silale Swamps and overlooking a flood plain of the Minyonyo Pools.

Oliver’s was inspired by the trailblazing camps that pioneered the early days of safari. It gives you direct access to the dense concentration of wildlife you will find year-round in this remote region, as well as the chance to enjoy walking safaris and fly camping. Oliver’s is intimate and personal, staffed by a world-class team that has worked together for many years to perfect a safari experience that guests consistently rank among their best.

Established by Paul Oliver in 1992, Oliver’s reflects the glory days of African safari. The camp has a low-key simplicity enhanced by discreet creature comforts and truly welcoming hosts. Expert guides give you access to the wilderness beyond.

In the main area, deep leather sofas invite you to relax and watch the restless wilderness beyond. Come nightfall, meals are taken communally in the dining room. Whiskies are poured around the campfire and safari tales told late into the night.

Oliver’s 10 en-suite safari tents epitomize bush elegance in a spectacular setting: blood-red leather armchairs match the ochre soils beyond the canvas walls, and headboards are hand-carved from African mahogany. All suites come complete with flushing toilets and spacious outdoor showers, and private verandas have magnificent views of the horizon punctuated by the silhouettes of the ever-present baobab trees. Accommodation includes one family tent (sleeps four) and a honeymoon suite.


Serian Serengeti North Camp

Named the 2018 Best Safari Guiding Team in Tanzania, the Best Safari Guiding Team in All fo Africa, and runner up for the best camp design by The Safari Awards - Serian’s Serengeti is a mobile camp, whose movement is governed by the wildebeest migration. From mid-June to mid-November, the camp – along with 1.6 million gnus – are situated in the far north of the Serengeti plains. The beauty of the Northern Serengeti is found in the heart of the river crossings. The camp is set a mere 2 kilometres from the Mara River, within minutes of the major crossing points.


Tanzania FAQ

Tanzania Facts for Visitors


Located on the east coast of Africa, Tanzania is the biggest country of Eastern Africa, bordering Kenya and Uganda to the north; Rwanda, Burundi, and the Democratic Republic of the Congo to the west; and Zambia, Malawi, and Mozambique to the south.


At 947,303 square kilometres (365,756 sq mi),[6] Tanzania is the 13th largest country in Africa and the 31st largest in the world, ranked between the larger Egypt and smaller Nigeria.


The official language is Swahili, which is generally spoken throughout the country, although there are various other local languages in the region. English is the second official language and the country’s commercial language. Arabic is widely spoken in the coastal areas, particularly in Zanzibar.


The main religions are Christianity and Islam, the latter especially in the coast region.


The currency unit is the Tanzanian Shilling.

Entry Requirements

To enter Tanzania, your passport must be valid for at least six months. Visas are required by almost all nationalities and can be obtained well in advance of departure. The cost of a visa is generally $50, depending on your nationality. (Tourist Visa Fees for American citizens $100). Tourist visas are usually issued for a 3 month period. For those who do not have a visa before arriving in Tanzania it is possible to obtain a tourist visa for a single entry at any one of the four main ports of entry into Tanzania: Dar Es Salaam International Airport, Zanzibar International Airport, Kilimanjaro International Airport and Namanga border crossing (Tanzania/Kenya border point). To determine whether you require a visa to enter Tanzania, contact the Tanzanian Embassy in your country.

This Trip's Exclusive Wildlife Features:

Choose Your Tanzania Travel Style! Any of our wildlife adventures are also available as fully customizable private trips, honeymoons or family wildlife adventures.
We're Wild for Wildlife...
  • The Ultimate Great Migration experience, designed by award-winning wildlife experts & safari guides.
  • Choose from centrally located mid-range camps or private, uncrowded, upscale camps.
  • Combine the Great Migration with secret Serengeti hot-spots like Kakessio, Matiti, and Endulen.
  • Option for walking, mobile, and balloon safaris plus night drives for nocturnal animals.
We're Wild for Wildlife...
  • The Ultimate Great Migration experience, designed by award-winning wildlife experts & safari guides.
  • Choose from centrally located mid-range camps or private, uncrowded, upscale camps.
  • Combine the Great Migration with secret Serengeti hot-spots like Kakessio, Matiti, and Endulen.
  • Option for walking, mobile, and balloon safaris plus night drives for nocturnal animals.

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