Embark on Tanzania’s most renowned game reserves and enjoy the Serengeti National Park Safari experience of a lifetime with our Timeless Serengeti Migration Safari. Observe Africa’s abundance of elephant, leopard, lion, rhinoceros, and buffalo in their natural habitats.
Experiences include soaring high above the Tanzanian savanna aboard a hot air balloon, sailing a traditional dhow on the Indian Ocean and viewing ancient, stunning landscapes, local villages, and one of mankind’s most important archaeological sites.
- All meals
- Park fees
- $8,500 per person
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Special Safari Extensions other than Serengeti Migration Safari
The options below require prior arrangement and will likely add days to your trip. At no point are you locked into your itinerary, however the options below require special planning, some of which are exclusive to Ombeni Safaris.
Catch an early morning flight deep into Africa’s largest game reserve for the adventure of Serengeti Migration Safari. Take in the breathtaking aerial views of the wildlife roaming the savannah below. Upon arrival you will be driven to the Sand Rivers Camp. Relax on the verandahs of their open-fronted rooms, or cool off in the pool, surrounded by Kingfishers and Bee Eaters, listening to the grunts of hippos on the river.
Start your morning with a walking game drive, hop down from the Jeep, and quietly work your way into the perfect position on foot. After lunch meets your guide who will have a boat ready to navigate the Rufiji River through the hippo and crocodile-filled waterways waiting for you to give thrilling sights of Serengeti Migration Safari. Spend your last night at Sand Rivers Camp preparing for the next leg of your trip.
After breakfast take to the skies over Tanzania’s wilderness en-route to Arusha. You will be met by a guide that will shuttle you through the Tarangire National Park to Oliver’s Camp. Oliver’s was inspired by the trailblazing camps that pioneered the early days of safari. It gives you direct access to the dense concentration of wildlife you will find year-round in this remote region, as well as the chance to enjoy walking safaris and fly camping.