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HerdTracker Serengeti Wildebeest Migration Adventure (7 days)


Safari: Serengeti National Park, Tanzania

HerdTracker Serengeti Wildebeest Migration Adventure (7 days)

Experience the wildebeest migration in Tanzania's Serengeti National Park with HerdTracker
Estimated cost per person for a 7-day safari like this, depending on the season. Can be customised based on your budget and requirements.
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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Explore the central Serengeti

After arriving at Kilimanjaro Airport, you'll be transferred to Arusha Airport where you'll board a scheduled flight towards the Seronera airstrip in the Serengeti National Park. Upon arrival, you'll be met by a representative from the Serengeti Pioneer Camp, which will be your home for the next three nights. Your stay includes all meals and a selection of drinks which includes soft drinks, beer and house wines. 

The Serengeti Pioneer Camp is situated in the South Central Serengeti, close to the Moru Kopjes, a group of rocky outcrops that provides travellers with panoramic views of the Serengeti National Park. Here, you'll get unrivalled chances to witness to the wildebeest migration and the Big Five species first-hand.

Meals: All meals and selected drinks

Transport: Included


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Serengeti Migration Camp

After spending the first part of your migration safari in the central Serengeti, you'll now head to the northern section by road, which will serve as an extended game drive, giving you a chance to witness wildlife along the route.

Your next stop will be at the Serengeti Migration Camp, which will be your base for the next three nights of your Tanzania safari. Again, all meals and a selection of drinks are included - soft drinks, beer and house wines. 

The Serengeti Migration Camp is ideal place to wind down your wildebeest migration safari, providing you with silence and peace like no other. Discover the pleasure of raw wilderness on a level never imagined.

Meals: All meals and selected drinks

Transport: Included



All good things come to an end

After one last game drive in the Serengeti, you will be transferred to the Seronera airstrip for a scheduled flight to Arusha. On arrival you will be transferred to Kilimanjaro Airport, where you will connect on an international flight for your journey back home.

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