Tanzania & Kenya Safari
for the ultimate Safari!You will see the elephants of Amboseli against the backdrop of Kilimanjaro, the lost world of Ngorongoro, the vast Serengeti Savannah, Lake Manyara nestled at the edge of The Rift Valley and the Masai Mara, the best migratory game reserve in the world. This Safari brings together the best of Africa's big spectacles.

Watch out! The lions around here climb trees!
Tanzania
Mt Kilimanjaro beckons you across the border to the scenic wonders of Tanzania. At 5895 metres above sea level it is Africa's highest mountain. The Ngorongoro Crater is the world's largest unbroken caldera. Thousands of large mammals - including lion, rhino, elephant, buffalo, eland and hartebeest roam this 'garden of Eden' on the crater floor, which measures 100 square miles and is encased by steep, towering walls.
Serengeti means 'endless plains', and this famous national park is home to over 3 million large animals. Wildebeest account for over a third of the population, which means that their predators - lions, leopards and cheetahs - are also close by. The remarkable migration to the Masai Mara begins here in May or early June.

Tree climbing lions of Manyara will not be seen on your safari in Ngorongoro, The Serengeti or Masai Mara.
Stunningly beautiful Lake Manyara National Park is a birdwatcher's paradise, with its swamps and soda lake. Baboons and blue monkeys make their home in the tall trees of the lush ground water forest. The parks tree-climbing lions, sprawled overhead in the acacia branches, are unforgettable. On this safari you visit the best game reserves in Tanzania and Kenya - a pleasure for the senses.  11 DAYS

Nairobi Hotels - Windsor Golf and Country Club, Hilton Hotel, Intercontinental, Jacaranda Hotel, Milimani Hotel, Nairobi Safari Club (Lilian Towers), New Stanley, Norfolk Hotel, Safari Park and Casino,  Mayfair Court, Grand Regency Hotel, Panafric Hotel, Sheraton Serena Hotel.
The swamp is home to elephants, buffalo and hippos along with over 400 species of birds.
Day 1 Day 1 - Nairobi 
On arrival you will be transferred to a recommended Hotel. Day at leisure Nairobi. Board: bed & breakfast
Day 2
After breakfast we go South to Amboseli Game Reserve, which is dominated by Mount Kilimanjaro. Lunch at a lodge before an afternoon game drive. Look out for the large herds of elephants, Lion prides and Cheetahs. Dinner and Overnight at the Amboseli Serena Lodge or alternative.
Mt Kilimanjaro - Amboseli Lodges - Amboseli Serena, Ol Tukai Lodge, Tortilis Camp Amboseli, Buffalo Lodge, Kilimanjaro Safari Club
The most spectacular game park in Africa.
Day 3/4Ngorongoro
Making an early start you head for the Tanzanian guide/driver takes over. Lunch in Arusha before travelling onward to the breathtaking Ngorongoro Crater. Arrival at the lodge will be late in the afternoon. You have a full day tour of the crater on the second day with lunch-packs. Dinner and Overnights at Ngorongoro Sopa Lodge or alternative.
Ngorongoro  Lodges - Ngorongoro Sopa Lodge, Ngorongoro Serena Lodge, Ngorongoro Crater Lodge, Ngorongoro Wildlife Lodge, Ngorongoro Rhino Lodge.
The swamp is home to elephants, buffalo and hippos along with over 400 species of birds.
Serengeti
Breakfast is taken before we drive to the renowned Serengeti game reserve. Home to over 3 million animals, the Serengeti is a vast reserve. On the second day we enjoy two further game drives. Dinner and overnights at the Serengeti Sopa Lodge or alternative.
leopard
Day 7Lake Manyara
After breakfast we travel onwards to Lake Manyara National Park. Enjoy the vantage point - To the east of the park are the shores of the lake and the Rift Valley to the Northwest. Your afternoon game drive takes us in search of some more wildlife. Dinner and Overnight at Lake Manyara Hotel.
Hey Ma did you see that?
The Migration - Serena Lodge, Kiwira Camp, Seronera Wildlife Lodge, Lodo Wildlife Lodge, Sopa Serengeti Lodge, Loduvai Camp
Day 8Day 1 - Nairobi
Bid farewell to Tanzania and drive back to Nairobi, after stopping in Arusha for lunch. A change of vehicle and driver at the border. We have an overnight stop in Nairobi at a recommended Hotel before continuing our safari to Masai Mara the next morning. Own arrangements for dinner.
Day 9/10Day 2/3 - The renowned Masai Mara
On your final safari you pass the breathtaking landscapes of the Great Rift Valley and the towering Mount Longonot on the way to the Masai Mara. All of the big seven: elephants, buffalo, leopard, lion, rhino, hippo, and giraffe can be seen here. You arrive in time for lunch at a lodge and take an afternoon game drive and two more on the following day. Dinner and overnight at the Keekorok Lodge or alternative.
Lion.
Day 11
You return to Nairobi for your overnight flight to London (or journey home). You may appreciate a day room to freshen up after the dusty drive before your flight home (at extra cost). Alternative option - flight to the coast.
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North Coast

Nyali Hotel

Hemingways Hotel

Travellers Beach Hotel

Whitesands Hotel

South Coast

Pinewood

Indian Ocean Beach Club

Indian Ocean Village Club

Karafuu Hotel - Zanzibar

Kipungani Bay - Lamu

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Mombasa is a cross-roads of culture, where Arabia, Asia and Europe blend with Africa in the sultry island city. It is Kenya's oldest town and an ancient port; you can see some of the old trading vessels that still ply their trade at the dhow harbour.
Visit the bustling market, the atmospheric old town, the redoubtable Fort Jesus and the Mandhry mosque, one of the many mosques and Hindu temples throughout the city.
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