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15 DAY EAST AFRICA MIGRATION DISCOVERER

Référence :

ARK 2018

Lodge Safari :

SMALL GROUP LODGE SAFARI

Group Size: Min. 4 / Max. 12 tarvellers

 

Highlights:

Lake Manyara National Park, Village tour with traditional lunch, Centre for disabled kids, School visit, Masai Boma visit at Mto wa Mbu, Tarangire National Park, Ngorongoro Crater, Serengeti National Park, Lake Victoria boat excursion, Masai Mara, Karen Blixen (Out of Africa) Museum, Sheldrick Elephant Orphanage, Amboseli National Park

 

The Migration:

Seeing the wildebeest (gnu) migration in East Africa is one of the most spectacular wildlife sightings in the world. Almost 2 million animals roam the plains of East Africa, but it can be surprisingly hard to find them in the vast area that they cover, as their movements are governed by the rains and predicting their location can be a gamble. We designed this itinerary to include all the areas frequented by the migration on their annual route – this virtually guarantees that you will see them!

A brief outline of the migration movements –

  • From December to April the migration spreads out over the Southern Plains of the Serengeti. Depending on the rains they move from the Gol Kopjes in the East to the Moru Kopjes in the west. This area is easily accessible from the centrally located Seronera. (We stay in the Kisura Kenzan Tented Camp)
  • Between May and August the migration slowly moves through the western corridor and into the Ikoma and Grumeti Wildlife Management Areas. These areas are outside of the Serengeti, but as there are no fences the wildlife can, and do, move around freely.
  • From September to end of November, during the short rains, the migration crosses into the Masai Mara in Kenya. This is a relatively small park compared to the vast Serengeti and the wildlife tends to be very concentrated. (We stay at the Mara Eden Safari Camp to take advantage of its proximity to the migration and not to mention its own private entrance gate to the park.)

 

Quick Facts:

Duration: 16 days

Start: Arusha, Tanzania

End: Arusha, Tanzania

Meals: 14 x Breakfast, 13 x Lunch, 14 x Dinner

Vehicle: 12-seater 4x4 safari vehicle, 2x4 vehicle for transfers

 

Departure Dates & Rates:

 

 

On Request. Please contact me for further details on this issue!

 

 

The rate includes:

14 Nights Lodge / Tented Camp accommodation, all transport in appropriate vehicle,

game drives as mentioned, meals and activities as mentioned in itinerary, park entrance

fees (Euro 925 included in rate), and an experienced professional guide.

 

The does not include:

Travel insurance, flights and taxes, pre and post tour accommodation, optional activities,

all drinks, visa fees, health requirements, telephone calls, gratuities, curios and all personal

expenses.

 

****Please note all rates are subject to change due to any unforeseen circumstances

including rate of exchange fluctuations. Park fees are subject to increase at any time

without notice****

 

 

For detailed information, please do not hesitate contacting me!!!!

Phone: 00352 517603

Email: sergem@pt.lu

 

Enjoy your safari!!!

 

Serge

 

 

 

Infos pratiques

  • Serge Meyers Sàrl Travel Consultant

  • 30, Rue Charles Jacquinot

    3241 Bettembourg (Beetebuerg)

    Luxembourg

  • +352 51 76 03
  • +352 51 76 01

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