Simply Serengeti safari

This safari itinerary focuses exclusively on one park – the Serengeti.

The Serengeti is the gem in the crown of Tanzania and is often the highlight of the safari. It offers a chance to see the Tanzanian wilderness, untapped, and to experience the vastness of the savannah. For those who are more time than budget sensitive, we’ve put together this Serengeti exclusive itinerary. The Serengeti is a must see any time of the year, and this itinerary changes depending on which time of the year people are visiting. Guests fly in to and out of the park and will focus exclusively on the Serengeti. This is also an excellent itinerary for those who have already visited Tanzania and who wish to return to focus only on this park. For those who come when the migration is in the north, the majority of accommodation is high end luxury tents, so pricing is often slightly higher for July – October safaris.

This itinerary also allows for a variety of lodging options.

Day 1: Arrive in JRO where a member of our team will be waiting for you. You will then be taken to your lodge for dinner and a good night’s sleep.

Day 2:
After breakfast you will fly to the Serengeti. Which part of the Serengeti you fly into will depend on the time of year you are visiting. Safaris in May and June will fly into western Serengeti. Safaris July – October will fly into northern Serengeti. Safaris November to April will most likely fly into central Serengeti. Every year the rainfall patterns vary and we’ll tailor your safari accordingly. You’ll arrive in the Serengeti in time for a picnic lunch and an afternoon game drive.

Day 3- 6:
For three days you’ll be following the wildebeest migration, following the predators and exploring this great park.

Day 7:
After breakfast you’ll fly back to Arusha, where you’ll be met by one of our team. You’ll then head to Kilimanjaro for your flight home.

All itineraries can be tailored to include hot air balloon ridesZanzibar trips Kilimanjaro treks or safaris to parks in southern or eastern Tanzania.