A Tanzanian Summer Escape

15-day suggested itinerary

Starting from $20,500 per person

A Summer Safari in Tanzania

November – March


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Itinerary Highlights

  • Incredible Big Five game viewing across multiple National Parks
  • Diverse range of spectacular accommodations 
  • Visit the famous Ngorongoro Crater, i.e. “the garden of eden” 
  • Search for the famous tree-climbing lions at Lake Manyara 
  • View the Great Migration during calving season
  • Enjoy ultimate luxury and in the private Singita Grumeti concession

What’s Included

  • All tours and activities as specified by itinerary
  • All ground transfers with private driver & guide
  • All inter-Africa flights as specified by itinerary
  • All accommodations (fully inclusive)
  • Full support from the Ubuntu Travel team, during and after your trip
  • Expert safari guiding throughout your trip

What will you experience?

Arusha Coffee Lodge

Arusha Coffee Lodge

Elewana Arusha Coffee Lodge is one of our favorite stays, where we can unwind from a long flight. Conveniently located within a picturesque suburb, on the outskirts of bustling Arusha, this luxury haven is a feast for the senses. Arusha Coffee Lodge is situated on one of Tanzania’s largest coffee plantations, and as they like to say, “you are never from the aroma of coffee”.

We highly recommend an uplifting tour to Shanga, a glass and weaving workshop that supports and empowers people with disabilities. Other activities include:‘Bean-to-cup’ coffee tour; Arusha National Park or a visit to the Tanzanite Museum.

Lake Manyara National Park

Lake Manyara National Park

Famous for its tree-climbing lions and flocks of flamingos and pelicans - Lake Manyara National Park provides the ultimate start to any Tanzanian safari with its diverse habitats and variety of safari experiences.

The changes in landscape provides visitors the opportunity to see an array of wildlife. Expect to see huge troops - sometimes numbering in the hundreds - of olive baboons through the intriguing forests. In the open grasslands and woodlands, find zebra, blue wildebeest, giraffe, herds of buffalo and elephant.

Away from the game drive, enjoy a cycle through the Mayoka Community; a treetop boardwalk excursion or even a guided sleep-out under the stars!

Ngorongoro Crater

Ngorongoro Crater

As one of the 7 natural wonders of Africa, the Ngorongoro Crater is a once in a lifetime kind of escape. Often referred to as “The Garden of Eden,” this magical volcanic caldera is nearly 3 million years old.

When exploring the crater floor, expect to see resident prides, hyena clans, large elephants and even the endangered black rhino. The birdlife is also incredible with pelicans and flamingos congregating around Magadi Lake. Look-out for the heaviest flying bird in the world - the Kori Bustard.

For the adventurous, a scenic Olmoti or Empakai Crater guided walk is a must!

Southern Serengeti | Luxury Tented Camps

Southern Serengeti | Luxury Tented Camps

Let’s get the numbers in… Between January to March; over 8,000 wildebeest are born every day, over 400,000 zebras and 200,000 gazelles; with an estimated 1.5 million wildebeest!

Migrational luxury canvas camps are situated in the perfect position to anticipate the Great Wildebeest Migration movements, providing you with the perfect opportunity to witness the largest terrestrial mammal migration in the world.

During this time, off-roading is also permitted; this will allow you to move in all directions with the herds and follow predators looking for opportunities to hunt. Walking safaris are also allowed in this region of the park - providing a unique perspective to one one natures greatest spectacles!

Grumeti Private Game Reserve

Grumeti Private Game Reserve

A vital part of the Serengeti-Mara ecosystem, this private concession of over 350,000 acres is home to some of Tanzania’s most luxurious lodges, such as Singita Faru Faru Lodge and the exclusive Singita Serengeti House.

The landscape is a photographer's dream with dramatic life-giving storms and rainbows across wide open spaces during this time. The area is known for its large resident lion prides - sometimes between 20 to 60 strong!

And between December and February the lesser Topi migration can also potentially be seen in the Western Corridor.

Zanzibar | Tanzania

Zanzibar | Tanzania

Zanzibar is an island with a lot of depth and history, having long attracted seafarers, traders and merchants to its iconic shoreline. Set in the Indian Ocean, just off the coast of Tanzania, Zanzibar is an archipelago of different islands that each offer something unique. Its the perfect place to reminisce and soak up your time in Africa!

From the bustling fish markets and ancient streets of Stone Town, to the tranquil beaches and private islands. Zanzibar is a place where time has no meaning and island life truly takes over. Relax on its pristine white beaches; snorkel and dive in remarkable coral reefs and cruise into the sunset of a traditional dhow.

Plan a Trip

Reach out and let’s start talking. We’ll listen and begin to tailor an experiential, private, luxury vacation based on exactly how you want to experience Africa. From adventure to relaxation—and everything in between—let us hand

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