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Bush Luxury TanzaniaInspiration Itinerary | Singita Grumeti Serengeti
Singita offers unadulterated luxury in the African bush. The Grumeti is a 350,000 acre reserve and is an extension of the Serengeti National Park. Fly from Arusha, across the vast Serengeti plains to the Grumeti and spend 3 nights at Singita Sabora followed by 3 nights at Singita Sasakwa. While soaking up the luxury surroundings and exceptional levels of service offered by Singita, you'll enjoy guided walks, 4WD game drives, stargazing and community visits.
Alex Walker’s SerengetiWildlife Safari | Tanzania's Wildebeest Migration
The Serengeti offers the ultimate safari experience. Alex Walker’s Serian Camp moves periodically to take full advantage of the incredible wildebeest migration. At its peak, you can join 1.6 million gnus in the far north of the park. You will have your own private safari vehicle and dedicated guide and the safari experience is exceptional, including walking safaris, unlimited 4WD game drives and night drives. This trip also includes a full day safari to the iconic Ngorongoro Crater.
Migration MadnessInspiration Itinerary | Tanzania's Serengeti
The Serengeti National Park in Tanzania is the ultimate safari destination, especially from mid-June to October when the annual wildebeest migration flows into the northern reaches of the park. The perfect safari includes 3 nights at Namiri Plains in the centre of the park, followed by 3 nights at Sayari Camp in the north of the park, close to the Mara River famed for its crocodile infested waters.
Tanzania Beast RetreatFlying Safari | Wildlife & Chimpanzees
In one of the most remote places in Africa you will visit two safari destinations. Katavi National Park offers walking safaris and 4WD game drives, while the Mahale Mountains is all about wild chimps. Greystoke Mahale camp offers barefoot luxury, surrounded by the most privileged primates on the planet. With just 6 thatched bandas in camp, you are isolated from people and the modern world, and will be mesmerised by the complex social maneuverings of the chimps.