On arrival into Nairobi, transfer to your lodge for a good night sleep.
Day 2: Site-seeing :: Sheldrick Wildlife Trust where they protect orphaned elephants and black rhinos. Giraffe center is a great place to get up close to a giraffe. Expect a rough lick from a giraffe. Kazuri, a bead factory which employs women. Fair View Hotel Day 3-5: To Masai Mara, Kenya's most famous National Park and the extension of Serengeti in Tanzania. From July to October, wildbeest and zebra migration is roaming the Mara Triangle and its boundaries. A site not to be missed. Kichwa Tembo Luxury Tents Day 6: Sit back and enjoy your morning sunrise with a game drive to follow. Fly from Masai Mara to Nairobi where you will connect on to your flight to Kilimanjaro Airport. Spend the afternoon relaxing in Arusha before you head out on your Tanzanian Safari portion. Onsea House Day 7-8: Your first stop, Tarangire National Park. This lovely eco-system is home to the large elephants who take shade under the baobab tree to the many small birds. Kikoti Tented Lodge Day 9-10: Ngorongoro Crater, the only park where the Maasai and the animals co-exhist. Should you like, you can stretch your legs by enjoying a Crater Rim walk or tour the coffee plantation in the afternoon. Gibbs Farm Day 11-13:
Capture the splendors of Serengeti National Park, the southern larger extension of Masai Mara in Kenya.
[We recommend Northern Serengeti from July to November - you will be closer to the migrating wildebeest and zebra]
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Day 14: Fly back to Arusha from Serengeti National Park late morning. Day room for relaxing or shopping. To Airport or Zanzibar Island.
Listed below are hotels/lodges/resorts that the safari tour operator can accomodate for you.