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Primary Activities: Safari, Wildlife, Walking Tour
Other Activities:Local Culture & Cuisine, national parks
In the fabled Serengeti—“the place where the land moves on forever”—
wildlife roams freely across a landscape unchanged since the beginning of time.
And on our quintessential safari, you’ll feel as if you have this special world
all to yourself! We begin our dream journey with amazing gameviewing in
Ngorongoro Crater, one of Africa’s legendary settings, then move to our own
special safari camps on private gamelands bordering the Serengeti. Here we
experience the untouched beauty and wildlife of Africa with off-road travel by
open 4WD vehicle and authentic game walks with a skilled tracker and Masai
guides—an exclusive activity not possible inside the park and a true experience
of “old Africa.” We know the seasonal wildlife patterns of the Serengeti well,
and adjust our itinerary to ensure the best wildlife viewing possible.
Serengeti Migration (December to March Departures)
Our Serengeti Migration journeys take place between December and March,
when the migrating herds are crossing the plains of the Serengeti ecosystem.
Starting in the short grass lands of the southern plains, the game gradually
migrates toward the central Serengeti woodlands, then heads to the Western
Corridor at the end of this seasonal period. December to March is also the
prime calving season for the great herds. Our private camps are situated for the
best access to the wildlife. See pages 7-9 for details on our May–July departures.
What the Trip is Like:
This trip is rated Level 2+, easy to moderate. This is a camping and lodge safari with gameviewing by 4WD vehicle and bush walks that can be enjoyed by anyone in reasonably good health. There are a few long driving days over rough roads and rugged dirt tracks. At our private camps, we have opportunities for optional bush walks with a professional tracker as well as the flexibility to go out on game drives. The game-tracking walks are not difficult and are conducted at a pace that allows an intimate exploration of the African bush. Any African safari is an adventure, however, and the traveler to Africa should bring along flexibility, a sense of humor, curiosity about new peoples and places, and an openness to the unexpected.
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