From $3,350.00

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Early December - Late May

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Get to see the great concentration of the Elephants at the Tarangire Park, the Ngorongoro Crater where is one of the few places left in the world with the Black Rhinoceros, and the Serengeti National park for the Great Migration African Safari.

Details About this Safari


On the Great Migration African Safari, you will see the great concentration of elephants at the Tarangire Park; the Ngorongoro Crater, one of the few places left in the world with the black rhinoceros; and the Serengeti National Park for the Great Migration.

Day 1: Arrival at Kilimanjaro Airport

After arriving at Kilimanjaro International Airport and completing immigration formalities, meet your safari guide at an arrival lounge for your Great Migration African Safari. After a brief introduction, your guide will drive you about an hour to your lodge in Arusha. The following day after breakfast, you will get a short orientation about your trip
Dinner & overnight – Kahawa House. (Bed & breakfast basis)

Day 2: Arusha – Tarangire

After breakfast, depart with a packed lunch for Tarangire, a drive that takes 1.5 – 2 -hours. Tarangire Park covers 2600 square kilometers. The diversity of flora and fauna is stunning; besides birding and elephant population density, different species of big and small cats are found as well. Safari is all about learning and exploring. We recommend silence when watching and observing wildlife, to respect their privacy in their native habitat. After lunch in the park, we’ll continue with the game drive for a couple of hours.

Dinner & overnight – Lake Burunge. (All meals included.)

Day 3: Tarangire

Start your day with a packed breakfast to enjoy wilderness and wildlife in the great morning light and see animals when being active. Birding at Tarangire is phenomenal; the park has a record of over 500 bird species. The park has the largest elephant population density per square kilometer in the Northern part of the country compared to other parks. The great wildlife diversity of the park makes it one of the great places to visit year-round, though most reports say Tarangire is at its best in the rainy season. You’ll have lunch at the lodge and relax during the hot part of the day. We’ll leave again for the late afternoon drive for a couple of hours. Another option could be taking a packed breakfast and lunch in order to stay out in the park as long as possible.

Dinner & overnight – Lake Burunge. (All meals included.)

Day 4: Tarangire – Serengeti

After your leisurely breakfast, depart to the Serengeti National Park and the Great Migration African Safari. This drive is a bit longer; it might take 4 – 4.5 hours. The drive cuts across the Great Rift Valley and the Ngorongoro Conservation Area. In the green season, the migratory animals tend to form larger herds, which is a typical habit for them for their safety.

Dinner & overnight – Kati Kati Tented Camp. (All meals included.)


Day 5: Serengeti

Depart early and enjoy breakfast out in the bush while watching wildlife and the stunning green natural habitat. Serengeti is huge—it covers 14,763 square kilometers (9200 miles). The abundance of ungulates attracts predators as well; there are a lot of fascinating prey/predator relationships. Wildebeest adapted, gathering in massive groups especially when they are in the open plains. You’ll have lunch at the lodge, then leave again for a late afternoon game drive when the sun cools down. The evening light provides a great opportunity for stunning landscape pictures with wildlife of the Great Migration African Safari.

Dinner & overnight – Kati Kati Tented Camp. (All meals included.)

Day 6: Serengeti – Ngorongoro

You’ll have an early departure after breakfast with a packed lunch and head to the Ngorongoro Crater for a game drive. The crater is a spectacular place; it has a scenic environment and is rich in a variety of wildlife diversity including the endangered black rhinoceros. In the dry season, it is usually very difficult to find the black rhinoceros but in the rainy season, they tend to wander widely due to the greater availability of pasture. We’ll have lunch in the crater when you build up an appetite. After lunch, sit back and enjoy the scenic environment of the Ngorongoro Conservation Area and its caldera for a couple of hours. The crater Is technically a caldera due to the type of formation and the size of the area. After violent volcanic activities that took place millions of years ago, the volcano collapsed leaving a huge depression that is now the famous Ngorongoro caldera.
Dinner & overnight – Farm House Valley. (All meals included.)

Day 7: Karatu – Arusha

After a leisurely breakfast on the final day of your Great Migration African Safari, you will depart to Arusha, where you will have lunch at Kahawa Lodge, a day-use room, and then a late evening transfer to Kilimanjaro International Airport for your flight back home.

Additional Information

This safari package includes:

  • Transportation in a safari-specific vehicle
  • A professional English speaking driver/guide
  • Park entry fees and conservancy fees where applicable
  • Unlimited drinking water the entire trip
  • Meals and accommodations as per the itinerary
  • In-country travel and flights where applicable 
  • Unlimited mileage
  • Binoculars in every vehicle
  • Guide books and maps in every vehicle


This safari package does not include:

  • International flights/visa fees/personal travel expenses/baggage insurance
  • Drinks (other than drinking water in vehicle)
  • Tips for the driver guide and any porters at the lodges
  • Unexpected increases in National Park/lodge fees by the relevant authorities
  • Bank fee/charges in sending your money to Tanzania and getting USD cash out in Tanzania


“On your safari we will focus on both big and small mammals, birds and insects, not only the big five. For the Ecosystem to thrive each creature plays an integral part on maintaining its genuinty. Our guides will be sharing information on how the different creatures play their part in maintaining the natural ecosystems. ” Joshua Monah


Safari Pricing Explained

Why is my safari more expensive with less people in the group?

Safaris are a mixture of fixed costs for the tour company (JAfrica)  ie staff, vehicle, food, and external costs which come in the shape of accommodation and park fees etc.

When pricing a safari we divide our fixed cost by the number of people in the safari truck to work out a cost per PAX, then we add on the accomodation and park fees.

This means that the fixed costs are shared by the people travelling, so the more peole in the group, the less the individual is required to pay. If you have any quieries regarding this or anything else about your safari trip to Africa please feel free to contact us.

Please call or email for child pricing, depending on the numbers in your group we can negotiate better room rates with the lodges.


Solo travelers, please email us for the best/latest pricing.

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