Mara and Serengeti Combo Safari (7 days)


Safari: Kenya, Serengeti National Park

Mara and Serengeti Combo Safari (7 days)

Combine two prime destinations in one week of wonder

The Great Migration is on most traveller's bucket list and we're constantly updating our portfolio to accommodate different budgets and unique experiences. This 7-day, 6-night safari allows you to spend a week observing the greatest show on earth, from the Mara North Conservancy in Kenya, to the northern Serengeti in Tanzania. Not only will you be exploring two fascinating countries, but you'll have a front-row seat during the dramatic and arduous wildebeest journey. 

The Great Migration brings with it an abundance of plains game and the predators that stalk them. Join some of the world's most famous broadcasters, journalists and wildlife photographers as they document this amazing feat of nature from two of the most important conservation parks on the continent. 

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International flights not included.












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What to Expect on This Safari

This popular itinerary can be customised to match your budget and travel dates by adding/removing a few days or selecting different lodges


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Mara North Conservancy

Welcome to Jomo Kenyatta International Airport, Nairobi. Your journey begins as you're taken to your first base camp; Elewana Collection's Elephant Pepper Camp that borders the Maasai Mara National Park. 

With ten charmingly furnished canvas ensuite tents, Elephant Pepper Camp pays homage to the traditional safari experience of old. With its elegant simplicity, it brings people back to the heart of the wilderness. Mara North Conservancy is an important sanctuary to a myriad of animals including lion, the endangered black rhino and threatened African wild dog. This is the perfect setting from which to explore the flora and fauna of your surrounds. 

Spend your days in the Mara North Conservancy, a complicated ecosystem that you'll be seeing on professional day and night game drives, as well as walking safaris with a local Maasai guide. Each day will be packed with opportunities to discuss your days on safari over an evening campfire, brilliant breakfasts and traditional safari sundowners. 

Meals: Included

Drinks: Included (local brands)

Transport: Flights and airstrip tranfers included 


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Northern Serengeti

Welcome to Tanzania! A short flight from the Mara North Conservancy to the northern Serengeti brings you to your next destination; Elewana's Serengeti Migration Camp. 

The Serengeti is the main stage for the Great Migration, one of the most exciting things you will ever experience on safari. Located next to the famous Grumeti River, expect to see resident hippos that bark and wallow their days away, as well as all manner of birdlife. Serengeti Migration Camp has become synonymous with low-impact high-action game viewing in a landscape that remains largely untouched. It's ideal position in the centre of the Migration means that you won't miss a moment of this surreal event. 

Spacious, luxury tents offer a peaceful retreat from the heat and excitement of your Serengeti safari. Game drives with champagne breakfasts, followed by a scrumptious picnic will occupy you most of the day. Expect sundowners in the evenings and a chance to regroup over an open-air dinner. 

At the end of your stay at Elewana's Serengeti Migration Camp, you'll be transported to Kilimanjaro International Airport.

Meals: Included

Drinks: Included (local brands)

Transport: Flights and airstrip transfers included 




We're sure that your Great Migration safari was a once-in-a-lifetime experience and we're sad to see you leave such a beautiful experience behind. 

Safe travels to your next destination and see you next year! 

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