Known for its large elephant population, majestic baobab trees, and diverse wildlife, including lions, leopards, and cheetahs.

The heart of the Serengeti, Seronera is famous for its high concentration of big cats, the Great Wildebeest Migration (seasonally), and a sprawling savannah landscape.

A prime location for witnessing the dramatic river crossings during the Great Migration, where thousands of wildebeests and zebras brave crocodile-infested waters.

A UNESCO World Heritage site featuring a vast, unbroken volcanic caldera teeming with wildlife, including the Big Five and a large population of pink flamingos.

Home to the Hadzabe tribe, offering a unique cultural experience with one of the last hunter-gatherer communities and a visit to the Datoga tribe, skilled blacksmiths.

An immersive cultural experience in a Maasai village. Moreover, visitors can participate in traditional Maasai activities, learn about their customs, and understand their way of life.

  1. The starting and ending point of the safari, providing a chance to explore local markets, cuisine, and the vibrant city life of Tanzania’s safari capital.

Lastly, these highlights combine spectacular wildlife viewing with rich cultural interactions, offering a comprehensive and unforgettable Tanzanian safari experience. The tour from July to October visits the northern part of Serengeti, where famous great migration takes place. From December to March, the time visits the Ndutu plains in Southern Serengeti, where the calving season occurs.

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