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Wildebeest Migration River Crossings with Lemala Kuria Hills (4 days)

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Safari: Tanzania

Wildebeest Migration River Crossings with Lemala Kuria Hills (4 days)

Fly into the northern Serengeti to view the migration on the banks of the Mara River
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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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1

Arusha to northern Serengeti

Scheduled flight from Arusha Airport to Kogatende airstrip. Upon arrival you will be met by Lemala Kuria Hills staff and transfer to your camp. Serengeti National Park, undoubtedly the most famous wildlife sanctuary in the world, unequalled for its natural beauty and the greatest concentration of plains game anywhere. Arrive for check in and lunch. Afternoon shared game drive until sunset, enjoy your first day with the migration with your meals and drinks included and overnight at Lemala Kuria Hills.  

Meal: All meals and selected drinks

Transport: Included

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day

2

Mara River and the migration

Spend the whole day in Serengeti National Park, with morning and afternoon shared game drives. Wait in anticipation for the energy to build up and finnally the herds to cross.  Meals, drinks and overnight at Lemala Kuria Hills.

Meal: All meals and selected drinks

Transport: Included

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3

The migration and some time to explore the plains.

Spend the whole day in Serengeti National Park, with morning and afternoon shared game drives. Explore the plains for cheetah, lion and leopard whilst waiting for the herds to cross, enjoy the beauty of Kuria Hills and the migration.  Meals, drinks and overnight at Lemala Kuria 

Meal: All meals and selected drinks

Transport: Included

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4

Your last morning game drive and back to Arusha

After breakfast, check out and enjoy your last game drive to Kogatende airstrip for your scheduled flight back to Arusha. Upon arrival In Arusha we transfer you to Kilimanjaro International. We will assist you at check-in and reconfirm your onward flight.

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