Tailor made:Available all year, apart from March to early June. This suggested itinerary can be modified entirely to your personal wishes including departure date, duration, accommodation used and how long you spend in each destination.
Two of the most wild and unspoilt parks of Tanzania
From £5,550 12 days inc UK flights
Tailor made:This itinerary is available all year round, excluding the long rainy season from mid-March to the end of May. This suggested itinerary can be modified entirely to your personal wishes including departure date, duration, accommodation used and how long you spend in each destination.
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I am reborn! Simply the best holiday I have ever been on
Some great stories to tell the grandchildren. Would recommend to a friend
Too many to mention! Highlights - getting to the top of Kilimanjaro and Serengeti
Do your research. We tweaked our holiday quite a bit and the main aim was to
climb Kilimanjaro - had we not researched and as such altered the original
itinerary by adding an extra day - we would NOT have made it to the top - which
would have soured the rest of the trip which was to go on safari and finish in
Yes - we had sixteen people... (more)Angie Koufou
A marvellous holiday that exceeded expectations in all areas! Most memorable was the incredible wildlife in both Selous and Ruaha national Parks, plus the coral reefs we saw around Mafia Island - truly spectacular. Lack of other tourists was a major plus.
Everything was wonderful. The setting perhaps captures most of it - staying in beautiful places in the midst of the national parks and conservation areas, where the animals were everywhere (from in camp to close by during game drives). (more)Laura Dukess
We were lucky enough to see a cheetah hunting a gazelle. Unfortunately the cheetah was unsuccessful but it made the hairs stand up on the back of your neck and you really felt the thrill of the chase watching the animals in action. (more)Ilana Howley
Seeing the great migration, thousands of wildebeest crossing a river while making a "snoring" sound. We stayed their watching them for several hours. Wonderful.
Think about the fact that you want to go camping or prefer staying in a lodge. The bathroom-facilities on the camping sites are basic.
Our guide was really concerned with respecting the natural habits and behaviours of the animals and he always put this before trying to fulfil... (more)Suzy Mentens
The amount of animals we saw on safari.
Avoid the Serena Serengeti hotel, not the best, service bad, food bad and rooms a bit shabby.
Brilliant - 9 out of 10. (more)Joanne Longhurst
Going out every day on a game drive or boat not knowing if or what you may see. Also we enjoyed speaking to the Maasai that escorted us back and forth to our lodge - we will never have the chance to have the insight into their world again.
We found that the all day drive gave us the best opportunity for seeing the animals. Also we didn't expect the days to be so planned out but it worked really well.
Excellent... (more)Tim Ferris
The company were very flexible when preparing the trip and send us all the information we needed on a timely manner.
All the lodges were very nice and the organization was really good. The best part was definitely our driver guide, Hamisi, who explained us so many things about the wildlife and the culture in Tanzania, responded to all our questions, and was really flexible and kind. We made us feel safe all the time and we really had a great time with him.
Tips?Local... (more)Marta Miret
The joy and relief of reaching the top of kili, timed to perfection as the sun broke through the horizon.
If you want a challenge this is the trip for you and do the 7 day your body will thank you for it.
Yes, we brought money and employment to the area, the mountain set up was great, the only visible sign is where people had left rubbish on route.
The best way to see the Wild life in Eastern Africa and the best way to go on Safari. If trekking was possible through the Masai Mara this would have been the only better way to see these amazing animals. For obvious reasons trekking is not possible and going in a car is the second best option. (more)Tomas Gregersen
The safari was a highlight and a very nice guide named Jackson from the tour operator. The guide was always there in time and very helpful. (more)Cathrin Skogly