This 13 Days Kenya And Tanzania Wildlife Safari is the best safari to experience Kenya and Tanzania wildlife, giving you a chance to see all of the Big 5 animals as well as other wildlife that Kenya and Tanzania have to offer on an African Safari. You will have enough time on this 13-day safari to combine Kenya and Tanzania to go game viewing, bird watching, and optional community visits. Starting in Nairobi, Kenya, and ending in Arusha, Tanzania, this trip is all-inclusive. Kenya was the first and remains one of the best places to go on an African safari. Kenya’s diverse landscapes, abundant wildlife, and vibrant cultures beckon to those looking for adventure, from the Indian Ocean’s lovely white sand beaches to the rolling plains of the Masai Mara. Kenya is also home to waterbucks, wildebeest, gazelles, impalas, antelopes, zebras, and Maasai giraffes in addition to the “Big Five” animals. The smaller serval, civets, caracals, and cheetahs are examples of big cats. Olive and yellow baboons, colobus, vervet, and golden monkeys are among the primates found in Kenya.
13 Days Kenya And Tanzania Wildlife Safari, Tanzania is an African nation in the east of the continent; the Indian Ocean, Rwanda, and Uganda are its northern, eastern, and western neighbors, respectively. Savannahs, wetlands, grassland plains, and wooded forests are all features of the geography of Tanzania. In the plains and mountains, the climate can range from hot to cool and temperate. Both Lake Tanganyika, the second-deepest lake in the world, and Mount Kilimanjaro, Africa’s tallest mountain, are found there. You can see the BIG 5 in this region of the world: the African Buffalo, Black Rhinoceros, Elephant, Leopard, and Lion. The Gazelle, Giraffe, Hyena, Wildebeest, Warthogs, and other animals will also be visible. These are just a few of the animals that most visitors to Africa go on safari to see.
Pick up in Nairobi in the morning and travel to Aberdares National via the picturesque surroundings. This is a pleasure day were you will unwind, relax and also enjoy the beautiful scenery of the park.
After breakfast at the lodge, you will go on an en-route game drive to Lake Nakuru National Park. You’ll make a brief lunch stop in Nairobi. Lions, buffalo, hippos, waterbucks, warthogs, baboons, the endangered Rothschild’s giraffes are all found in this park in Kenya, white rhinos, and the rare black rhino that is protected and guarded here are just a few of the many animals that can be found in Lake Nakuru National Park. For a late-afternoon game drive, show up. Leopards, lions, waterbuck, zebra, and eland are also frequent species in the park, along with the Rothschilds giraffe, which is another distinctive aspect. Of course, the lake Nakuru’s enormous flamingo population is its main draw. After the sun has set, take an evening game drive before returning to the lodge for dinner and the night.
After breakfast and a briefing from your driver guide, proceed to the world-famous Masai Mara National Reserve, which serves as the backdrop to “the greatest wildlife spectacle on earth,” the annual migration of over one million wildebeest. Arrive at your lodge in time for lunch. Spend the afternoon on safari in Kenya’s most well-known reserve. Return to the lodge in time for campfire cocktails and dinner.
Enjoy a full day of game drives in the Masai Mara game reserve. Today, you will try to follow migration groups near the Mara River; if you’re lucky, you’ll see them cross the river as crocodiles try to catch or hunt some of the members. Drive back to the Camp in the evening for dinner and to spend the night.
Following breakfast at the lodge, drive to the Tanzanian side through nearby farmlands and communities, cross the Kenya-Tanzania border, and then continue to your Lodge for an evening walk and bird watching around Lake Victoria before dinner and overnight.
You will drive to Serengeti National Park in a northwesterly direction after breakfast. After ascending the winding road with switchbacks and entering the Ngorongoro Highlands, continue to the Serengeti National Park (an endless plain) for a game drive in the late afternoon or early evening before returning to your overnight campsites for dinner and a night’s rest.
You’ll have a full day of game drives to explore Serengeti National Park today. You will have the chance to see lions, leopards, and cheetahs, which are all big cats. You go on a sunrise game drive at 6 a.m. to look for early bird grazers, followed by a bush breakfast at 8 a.m., and then you go on another game drive to look for more wildlife. For lunch, you have a picnic lunch and relax while taking in the beauty of the Serengeti. Following lunch, you will go on an afternoon game drive before returning to the lodge for the night and dinner.
After transfer, morning sunrise game drives with en-route game drives to the Ngorongoro Crater rim. On the way, you’ll stop at Retima Hippo Pool to see hippos and other wildlife. You will also be able to travel through the Olduvai Gorge. Many incredible archaeological discoveries have been made in this area. It’s a lovely area, too, with lots of grassy, lush land and majestic Tanzanian Acacia trees dotting the scene Visit a Masai village as another option to learn about their nomadic culture and captivating singing and dancing. Attempting to compete with Maasai male high jumpers is definitely a good idea.
Following an early breakfast, you will descend more than 600 meters into the crater to see wildlife. A large variety of animals, including herds of wildebeest, zebra, buffalo, eland, warthog, hippo, and enormous African elephants, are supported by a year-round supply of water and food in the Ngorongoro Conservation Area. It’s common to hear people refer to Ngorongoro Crater as the eighth wonder of the world! A volcano that erupted thousands of years ago left behind the crater, which is now home to over 25,000 large mammals. After your visit to Ngorongoro Crater, you’ll drive to Tarangire National Park and arrive there late in the afternoon. There, you’ll go on an evening game drive and spend the night.
Following breakfast, you will take part in Tarangire National Park’s first Game Drive. With over 500 different bird species, the National Park is a haven for bird watchers. More than 30 large herbivores live there as well. Large grassy plains, savannah, forest, woodland, lakes, and swamps are all part of this interesting ecosystem. There are various animals living in each location. The numerous termite mounds that dot the landscape are definitely worth a look. After termites have abandoned them, dwarf mongooses take control of them and make them their homes. Lunch is served on a picnic
Following breakfast, you will travel to Lake Manyara National Park for a dawn game drive. The smallest park in Tanzania, Lake Manyara National Park offers a variety of wildlife for visitors to observe, including guinea fowls, dik-diks, bushbacks, and zebras. After your afternoon arrival, you’ll go on a quick evening game drive, have dinner, and spend the night.
Today you will spend a full day game viewing in Lake Manyara National Park, driving through bush tracks and exploring the lake, which is home to thousands of Flamingos, and the river’s twists and turns, where you will find elephants drinking and playing in the refreshing waters. You can choose to take a short hike down the Great Rift Valley in the late afternoon and visit a nearby community. While on the hike, you can listen to the sounds of the forest and the waterfalls that surround the trails. After a picnic lunch and another game drive until dusk, you’ll head to the lodge for dinner and the night.
Our driver will return you to the airport for your flight home, bringing the 13-day combined Kenya and Tanzania safari to a close.
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