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Embark on the ultimate African adventure with the unparalleled experience of the best safari in Africa. Explore the iconic Masai Mara National Reserve in Kenya and Tanzania’s renowned Serengeti National Park, forming the continent’s most celebrated wildlife sanctuary and safari destination. This Kenya – Tanzania Migration Safari is your gateway to cultural tours, birdwatching, and game viewing, providing an authentic and unforgettable Wildebeest migration experience.
Spanning 7 days, this safari presents a unique opportunity to witness the natural spectacle of the Wildebeest migration up close, immersing yourself in the sheer scale and beauty of this extraordinary phenomenon. Beyond wildlife encounters, the itinerary includes cultural experiences with local communities, offering insights into the traditions and customs of the Maasai, Hadzabe, and Mukogodo tribes.
The optimal time for witnessing this awe-inspiring migration is from mid-July through mid-September, offering a front-row seat to the dramatic river crossings that define this period. Rest assured, accommodation throughout the 7 days Kenya Tanzania Migration Safari meets Western standards for hygiene and comfort, ensuring a seamless and enjoyable journey.
Join us on this safari of a lifetime, carefully curated by Seremara Safaris, a leading tour and travel company based in Kenya, attracting adventurers worldwide to partake in the grandeur of Africa’s best safari and wildlife spectacle.
Our driver guide will pick you up from JKIA or your accommodation in Nairobi where you start your journey to Masai Mara. Arrive in the afternoon and check in and have lunch before settling for your afternoon game drive. You will pick the two guests flying from Nairobi from the Airstrip and proceed with your afternoon game drive.
Everything about Mara during this season is incredible. The wildlife is abundant, and the vast grasslands ensure that animals are rarely out of sight, and the Birdlife is impressive, great herds of elephant browse among the rich tree-studded grasslands, along with an occasional black rhino. Thomson’s and Grant’s gazelle, topi, eland and many more species of plains game offer rich pickings for the dominant predators – lion, leopard and cheetah – that hunt in this pristine wilderness. Later in the evening you will return to the lodge around the fireplace. When you’re ready, one of the Masai night guards – known as Askaris – will escort you back to your room.
Dinner and Overnight at the camp.
Awake to the magnificent ‘wake up call’ symphony of Masai Mara’s astonishing bird life. Grab a quick cup of coffee and some snacks before embarking on an early morning game drive into the Masai Mara National Reserve. Don’t forget your camera since it is a beautiful time of the year for photography: the air is clear and bright, and the bush alive with vibrant colour and new life creating great photo opportunities. Abundant wildlife on the savannah gives fantastic photo opportunities. The incredible backdrop of clear blues and the rolling Savannah will captivate you providing you with memories to last a lifetime. Catch the action as the predators hunt their prey and stalk the herds just like the lions and the cheetahs, capturing them with your lens and in your heart. Enjoy an exceptional wildebeest migration as for there is never a dull moment on the savannah.
Return to lodge at for a well-deserved breakfast followed by relaxation
After lunch take some time to relax and later depart with your driver/guide for an afternoon game drive in search for the big five. The low afternoon light is perfect for photographing the beautiful rolling plains of the Masai Mara.
In the early evening as you make your way back to lodge, you may get lucky and spot a leopard on the prowl.
Have dinner and overnight the lodge
Awake to the magnificent ‘wake up call’ symphony of Masai Mara’s astonishing bird life. Enjoy a sumptuous breakfast before embarking on a full day safari in the Masai Mara National Reserve. Abundant wildlife on the savannah gives fantastic photo opportunities. The incredible backdrop of clear blues and the rolling Savannah will captivate you providing you with memories to last a lifetime. Catch the action as the predators hunt their prey and stalk the herds just like the lions and the cheetahs, capturing them with your lens and in your heart. Enjoy an exceptional wilderness for there is never a dull moment on the savannah.
Return to to the lodge for dinner followed by relaxation at the as you tell of your experiences on the African wilderness
Awake to the magnificent ‘wake up call’ symphony of Masai Mara’s astonishing birdlife. Enjoy a sumptuous breakfast before embarking on a full day safari in the Maasai Mara National Reserve. Abundant wildlife on the savannah gives fantastic photo opportunities. The incredible backdrop of clear blues and the rolling Savannah will captivate you providing you with memories to last a lifetime. Catch the action at the crossing point and stalk the herds just like the lions and the cheetahs, capturing them with your lens and in your heart for there is never a dull moment on the savannah. Return to camp at sundown for dinner followed by relaxation at the campfire as you tell of your experiences on the African wilderness
Dinner and Overnight at the camp.
This morning after breakfast you will depart with picnic lunches to Migori then to the immigration clearance at Isebania border. You will be picked by the driver from the Tanzanian side and depart for Serengeti National Park which is one of the most spectacular game parks in East Africa From its short and long grass plains in the south, which give way to Acacia Savannah in the central area, to the hilly more densely wooded areas of the north, and the extensive woodland in the western corridor.
Serengeti offers great variations both geographically as well as with the millions of animals, birds and plants that go to make up this complex ecosystem. The name comes from the Masai Siringet, “endless plains”. 1.5 million wildebeest (gnu), 300,000 Thomson’s gazelle, 250,000 zebras leave the Serengeti in Tanzania in May, lured to the northern Maasai Mara in Kenya by rainfall and the promise of sprouting, nutrient-rich grasses. Predators such as lion, hyena and cheetah follow hot on their heels.
From January onwards, massive herds of wildebeest gather on the plains of the Serengeti. This 22 000 square kilometer ecosystem of grass- and wood-land is home to a staggering two million herbivores. Here the wildebeest drop their calves (numbers estimated at 400 000). Predators like spotted hyena, lion, cheetah, leopard and jackals flourish, feeding on the excessive glut of wildebeest veal. Once the long rains cease in May, the plains dry up quickly and become dry, harsh, and inhospitable. The calves are now strong enough to begin their first journey, and it is then that the long march north begins. From the Simba and Moru Kopjes (hills) in the north-west, the wooded grassland plains of the Serengeti separate into two corridors: to the west lie the Mbalageti and Grumeti Rivers and Lake Victoria, while the other corridor extends north through woodland and over hills towards the Masai Mara. The rutting season in June is a noisy, dusty affair – with male wildebeest vociferously showing off their genetic superiority. Soon, most of the ‘ladies’ are pregnant. The herds then move on to Lake Victoria – the second-largest lake in the world, which has its own micro- climate and produces sufficient rainfall and pasture along its shores. vultures and Marabou storks line the banks in anticipation as the wildebeest plunge into the river, negotiating both the strong current and crocodiles in their inexhaustible drive for fodder.
The wildebeest remain in the Masai Mara for two to three months, sustained by the short rains and pasture. They head south between October and December, and move along the eastern section of the Serengeti in time to give birth during the life giving long rains of the South.
Dinner and overnight at the Camp
You spend the whole day on game drive in this National Park, which is rich with all different species of animals. To maximize game viewing you will carry a picnic lunch with you and spend full day in the Serengeti National Park.
This is another full day game drive at Serengeti National Park, known for its healthy population of resident wildlife, particularly the “big five”, named for the five most prized trophies taken by hunters: The Serengeti is believed to hold the largest population of lions in Africa due in part to the abundance of prey species. More than 3,000 lions live in this ecosystem. African Leopard, these reclusive predators are commonly seen in the Seronera region but are present throughout the national park with the population of around 1,000.
This expansive park is also home to the Great wildebeest migration as well as home to around 500 bird species have been recorded ranging from the outsized ostrich and bizarre secretary bird of the open grassland, to the black eagles that soar effortlessly above the Lobo Hills.
Dinner and overnight at the Camp
After breakfast you will depart for Ngorongoro crater. The crater supports up to 25,000 large mammals. Grazers dominate: zebra, wildebeest – accounting for almost half the animals – gazelle, buffalo, eland, hartebeest and wart hog. Giraffe, for example, stay away because there is insufficient food at tree level; Topi because they compete directly with wildebeest. An odd feature of the crater elephants is that they are almost exclusively bulls. Breeding herds – comprising large numbers of females and young with a few attendant older males – are probably unable to find sufficient quality food in the crater. Ngorongoro has carnivores in quantity, drawn by the large herds of prey animals. It has the densest population of large predators, mainly lion – about 100 – and more than
400 spotted hyenas, living in eight clans of up to eighty individuals. Both lions and hyenas will scavenge from each other, depending on weight of numbers and of course, hunger. In the early evening drive to your lodge.
Dinner and overnight at Marera Valley Lodge or Ngorongoro Farm House
After breakfast, we head to Tarangire for a half day game drive in the park located slightly off the main safari route. Tarangire National Park is a lovely quiet park in Northern Tanzania most famous for its elephant migration, and birding safari with a quiet atmosphere.
In the late afternoon, we will pass by a shopping market on the way to the Airport after which, we will transfer you to Kilimanjaro International Airport for your flight back home.
Basis: Bed, Breakfast and lunch
Guided Game Drives
Visit to Masai cultural Village
Hot Air Balloon Safari
Masai Mara National Park, Ngorongoro Conservation Area, Serengeti National park, Tarangire National Park