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With the introduction of our 11 Days Combined Kenya and Tanzania Safari that takes you through the Masai Mara, which offers fantastic chances to see nocturnal animals, Precise Destinations has continued to serve our clients with the best of the best experiences in East Africa. A visit to the Masai Boma villages is a must. You will enter the Serengeti at the border with Tanzania, wine and dine at Speke’s Bay, which is located right on the shores of Lake Victoria, and then enter the Serengeti to see the best East African game, which is found in Lake Manyara and Ngorongoro, home to flamingos, hippos, monkeys, tree-climbing lions, and other species of birds.

11 Days Combined Kenya and Tanzania Safari

Detailed Itinerary.

Day 1: Arrival – Jomo Kenyatta International Airport

Arrive at the Jomo Kenyatta International Airport in Nairobi. Proceed to the arrival hall after passing through immigration and customs, where our company representative will meet and greet you. A day at leisure, optional activities that can be scheduled at an additional expense, such as a visit to the Karen Blixen Museum, the Giraffe Centre, the City tour, the Nairobi Experience Walking Tour and the Carnivore restaurant experience.

Meal Plan: (Dinner).

Accommodation: Southern Mayfair Hotel.

Day 2: Transfer to Masai Mara

Following breakfast at your hotel, your bags will be placed onto your safari vehicle, and our knowledgeable safari driver/guide will take you to The Maasai Mara, the most well-known game reserve in Kenya. Your driver guide will make photo stops at key locations as you descend the Great Rift Valley’s eastern wall. Following the short break, the safari continues down the Rift Valley’s floor, crossing the dormant Volcano Longonot as you move towards Masai Land. Upon reaching the Camp or Lodge, register and receive assistance to your tent or room. Lunch is provided at the lodge or camp. After tea, go on a game drive to look for the “Big Five” and other animals and birds that roam the huge plains. Spend the afternoon getting used to the African wilderness. The phrase “Big Five” was originally used to describe a group of mammals due to their prowess in being pursued.

Meal Plan: (Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner).

Accommodation: Mara Leisure Camp.

Day 3: Full Day at Masai Mara

This morning, you will be roused early for a full-day game drive, during which you will have lunch packed to eat in the “bush.” The game drive offers excellent chances to see predators congregated at a “kill” or nocturnal species still on the hunt. There are very few experiences like seeing the sun rising over the abundantly diverse Savanna. Make your way back to the lodge in the evening.

Meal Plan: (Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner).

Accommodation: Mara Leisure Camp.

Day 4: Explore Masai Mara.

Start the day early and get ready for a guided bird or wildlife walk in Mara. Mara is home to the Mara-Serengeti Ecosystem, which is home to millions of wildebeest and zebra that migrate there every year in search of better pastures. This environment has become one of the natural wonders of the world because to this phenomenon. Visit the Maasai Boma settlements in the afternoon following lunch for a fascinating cultural experience and to see how these nomadic people coexist peacefully with the environment.

Optional Activity in Masai Mara: It is strongly advised to go on a hot air balloon safari (additional cost). You get up early and are driven to the plains to begin your hot air balloon tour. After having a “Bush Breakfast” upon arrival, take a quick game drive to return to the lodge.

Meal Plan: (Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner).

Accommodation: Mara Leisure Camp.

Day 5: Cross over into Tanzania.

After breakfast, you will be leaving with picnic boxes. Travel to the border between Tanzania and Isebania. There, you will meet the Tanzanian driver and, following a short set of border procedures, go on safari. Lunch will be served on the way to the Lake Victoria shoreline at the Dutch-owned Speke Bay Lodge. A variety of birds, including enormous kingfishers, dwarf bitterns, Senegal lapwings, and yellow-white-eyed and yellow-throated greenbuls, can be spotted along the coast. It’s a fairly secluded lodge with bandas on the lakeshores for a canoe ride to fishing settlements on Lake Victoria.

Meal Plan: (Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner).

Accommodation: Speke’s Bay Lodge.

Day 6: Transfer to Serengeti

Drive to the Serengeti National Park after breakfast, which is often regarded as the most well-known animal sanctuary on Earth due to its exceptional natural beauty and the highest concentration of plains game anywhere. Get to your resort in time for lunch. Game drives in the afternoon run till dusk.
Experience unparalleled game watching over the course of the following two days in what is possibly the most well-known wildlife reserve globally. Over three million large mammals live inside the limits of the Serengeti, which the Maasai refer to as “endless plains.”

Meal Plan: (Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner).

Accommodation: Serengeti Serena Lodge.

Day 7: Game Drive in Serengeti National Park.

Enjoy unparalleled game watching in what is possibly the world’s most well-known wildlife reserve today. Over three million large mammals live inside the limits of the Serengeti, which the Maasai refer to as “endless plains.” This area is home to about 35 different species of plains animals, including the “big five,” among which there are up to 1,500 lions. Another famous feature of the Serengeti is its yearly migration. Up to a million wildebeest, 200,000 zebra, and 300,000 Thompson’s gazelles assemble to begin their arduous journey to new grazing grounds, prompted by the periodic rains. The journey commences with the wildebeest rutting season, a wild three-week period of mating and territory conquest. Who survives this enormous migration, where crocodile-infested rivers must be crossed and where ravenous predators who view this long column of herbivores as a moving feast, must be avoided, is genuinely a matter of survival.

Meal Plan: (Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner).

Accommodation: Serengeti Serena Lodge.

Day 8: Transfer to Ngorongoro Crater

Travel through time to a distant era of human history as you stop at the Olduvai Gorge on your way to the Ngorongoro Crater today. Dr. Louis Leakey discovered signs of prehistoric humans at this archaeological site, which is sometimes referred to as the “cradle of mankind,” 3.5 million years ago. Proceed and make your two-night check-in at the Ngorongoro Serena Lodge. All of the Lodge’s circular suites, which are perched on the rim of the Ngorongoro Crater, provide breathtaking views that you can enjoy even while taking a relaxing bath thanks to floor to ceiling windows. The remainder of the day is free to take in the many things the Lodge has to offer as well as the surroundings.

Meal Plan: (Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner).

Accommodation: Ngorongoro Serena Lodge.

Day 9: Ngorongoro Conservation Area

This massive crater, which was formed three million years ago by the once-active volcano Ngorongoro, is now home to a wide variety of African species. The crater is surrounded by high walls that house a sizable soda lake, meadows, woodlands, and freshwater springs. Come daylight, make your way down to the crater floor, where you can interact with some of the 20,000 species who call it home. See the Black Rhino emerge from the forests in its last remaining sanctuary in Tanzania, an ancient creature creating a bizarre effect in the mists of early dawn. See enormous flocks of flamingos and other aquatic birds at Makat Soda Lake. The images of the hunt where the predators lurk in the marsh, waiting to ambush animals that are coming to drink where the river empties into the lake will then excite you. Search the marshy sections of the crater for elephants and hippos seeking refuge from the African sun. Additionally, the herds of gazelles, wildebeest, and zebra extend as far as the eye can see on the expansive grasslands. In time for lunch, head back to the resort. The afternoon and evening are free to enjoy this lovely ambiance.

Meal Plan: (Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner).

Accommodation: Ngorongoro Serena Lodge.

Day 10: Transfer to Lake Manyara National Park

Enjoy a leisurely journey in the morning to Lake Manyara National Park, where you will arrive in time for lunch at your park lodge. We spend the afternoon hiking in Lake Manyara National Park. Take a late-afternoon wildlife drive at Lake Manyara National Park, home to flamingos, hippos, monkeys, tree-climbing lions, and a variety of other birds, until dusk.

Meal Plan: (Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner).

Accommodation: Lake Manyara Serena Lodge.

Day 11: Arusha – Kilimanjaro Airport – Departure

After breakfast you will drive to Arusha for lunch. Then proceed to Kilimanjaro Airport for your departure flight back home.

Meal Plan: (Breakfast, Lunch).

End of the 11 Days Combined Kenya and Tanzania Safari.

The 11 Days Combined Kenya and Tanzania Safari cost includes;

  • Airport Transfers.
  • Transportation in a 4×4 safari vehicle.
  • Services of an experienced English-speaking tour guide.
  • Accommodation and meals as per the itinerary.
  • Park entrance fees.
  • Bottled water in the car.
  • Tour guide allowances.
  • Government taxes.

However, the tour cost excludes; Airfare, Visa fees, travel insurance, tips to local guides, personal shopping bills, souvenirs, items of personal nature such as cigarettes, alcohol, laundry etc, and any items not listed as included.


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