Kenya & Tanzania Migration

Firmly focussed on witnessing the best of the annual Migration, this itinerary combines Kenya and Tanzania to create a safari holiday that will absorb the Migration from all the best angles. Naboisho Camp allows for an activity based safari before heading into the thick of the Migration with river crossings at Rekero and Olakira.

Safari tour package:
A custom, tailor-made, private safari
Price per person*:
$6300 - $8000
Includes internal flights:
Length of safari:
9 days
Best months:
January - March, June - December
Countries visited:
Parks visited:
Activity level:
Moderate - Game walks, Cultural visits
Safari type:
Adventure safaris Big five Night drive safaris Night drive Camping safaris Camping
*Prices are estimates and used as guidelines only. Please contact the tour operator for an exact quote.
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You will be transferred to Wilson Airport, the launch pad for your Kenya safari. 3 nights in the Naboisho Conservancy allows you sufficient time to enjoy the multitude of activities available, including night game drives, walking safaris and cultural village visits. Strict governing principles within the conservancy ensure a rich and rewarding wildlife experience every time.

A game drive transfer takes you beyond the conservancy and into the Masai Mara Reserve to the friendly reception of Rekero Camp. Centrally located and on the banks of the Talek River, the camp is perfectly situated to capture the very best of the annual migration and even enjoy river crossings from camp. The excellent guiding team and homely atmosphere of this camp make it a firm favourite with most guests, seeing remarkably high numbers of returning clients.

A flight to Migori and a road transfer through the Isebania border post sees you into Tanzania where you connect with a short flight to Kogatende Airstrip in the Northern Serengeti. Olakira Camp sits above the confluence of the Mara and Bolongonja Rivers, perfectly positioned to watch the herds forming on the banks preparing to cross, or close enough to drive down to when it looks like the action is about to unfold. In combination with Rekero, one can be assured that the best possible migration viewing experience will be achieved through this itinerary.

Day 1

Arrive at Nairobi Airport, transfer to Wilson for flight to the Mara, overnight Naboisho Camp, Mara Naboisho

Highlight: Welcome to Kenya!

Day 2

Game drive, walking and fly camping, overnight Naboisho Camp, Mara Naboisho

Highlight: Walking safari and fly camping

Day 3

On safari – walking and game drives, overnight Naboisho Camp, Mara Naboisho

Highlight: Walking safari’s & night game drives

Day 4

Transfer to Rekero Camp, overnight Rekero Camp, Masai Mara

Highlight: The Masai Mara Reserve

Day 5

On safari, overnight Rekero Camp, Masai Mara

Highlight: Migration viewing

Day 6

Flight to Kogatende, transfer to Olakira Camp, overnight Olakira Camp, Serengeti NP

Highlight: Welcome to Tanzania!

Day 7

On safari, overnight Olakira Camp, Serengeti NP

Highlight: Migration viewing

Day 8

On safari, overnight Olakira Camp, Serengeti NP

Highlight: Migration viewing

Day 9

Transfer to the airport for your flight back to reality (Own arrangements)


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  • Naboisho Camp, Masai Mara, Kenya
  • Situated in a 50,000 acre conservancy bordering the Masai Mara, Naboisho features just 8 tents and offers guests the chance to explore this diverse wilderness in a more intimate way. Unconstrained by park regulations the range of activities, such as walking safaris, night game drives and fly camping, are amongst the best in the region. The experience is based out of a camp that offers spacious traditional tents that include comfortable beds and a tented safari bathroom that includes a flush toilet, a sink and a safari shower. On the eastern flank of the great Masai Mara eco system this 50,000 acre conservancy provides a new level of conservation to the region. Based on a shared philosophy between Rekero and Asilia, together we have embarked on a mission to play an active role in protecting the conservancy while at the same time delivering a tourism experience unlike any other. Naboisho Camp is the result of that collective vision and through it Asilia is able to offer guests the chance to experience this prime wilderness on their own terms.
  • The private concession Naboisho Mara Conservancy is a partnership with the local community and so offers cultural activities that are both genuine and rewarding to both host and guest. Naboisho Camp's website:
  • Rekero Camp, Kenya
  • This peaceful 9 tent camp is located in the heart of Kenya’s Masai Mara, on the banks of the Talek River. The camp is spread down the river from a large bend in the river to an ancient wildebeest crossing point which sits in front of a large mess tent. The interiors of each tent are spacious and each enjoys river views from its own veranda. The rear of the tent leads to a safari style bathroom with the luxury of a flush toilet, a sink and a safari (‘bucket’) shower.
  • The area plays host not only to an extraordinary concentration and diversity of wildlife and is famous for it’s resident ‘big cats’ such as the famous ‘Notch’ and the ‘Marsh Pride’, as well as ‘Olive the leopard’ who often chooses the riverine scrub near Rekero to den her litter each year.
  • Rekero’s bush guides are widely recognised to be among the best in East Africa, regularly winning International Guiding Awards. One of Rekero’s most famous guides, Jackson Looseyia often features on BBC programs such as ‘Big Cat Diaries’ and is renowned as an ‘institution’ amongst safari guides.
  • Rekero Camp's website:
  • Olakira Camp, Serengeti, Tanzania
  • This seasonal camp is located within the world-famous Serengeti and follows the Great Migration. It is located in the Southern Serengeti from mid December to March and during this time you have the unique opportunity to witness the calving season which generates a huge amount of predator activity. From June to December, the camp is situated in a spectacular spot in the Northern Serengeti, where the Mara River meets the Bolongonja River. This location is perfect to view ‘river crossings’ and for game driving in the Bolongonja, Wogakuria, Nyamalumbwas, Mara River and Lamai Wedge areas. With only 8 tents this is an intimate but spacious bush camp providing authentic African experiences. All tents feature well-equipped bathrooms and large comfortable beds. In addition there is a comfortable day bed in your verandah area, where you can sit back, relax and take in the African landscape when you’re not out exploring the local area and searching for wildlife.
  • Olakira Camp's website:

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