12 days tanzania luxury unlimited safari


Tour Highlights

The World Cup of Wildlife. Great Migration safari is an annual event in the Serengeti- Masai Mara ecosystem; nearly 2.5 million wildebeest, zebra, and antelope travel over 500 miles across the plain to ensure their survival.

Witness huge crocodiles of the Mara River as they wait for the herbivorous to cross the swollen Mara River. This is a Top Tanzania Photographic Safari and the wildlife spectacle that photographers from around the world dream to witness and zoom their bazooka lenses.


12 days tanzania luxury unlimited safari

After breakfast transfer to Tarangire for game viewing your professional photographic guide will arrange with you the best time for your perfect photographic tour. Tarangire is the sixth largest national park in Tanzania. Activities will include a wildlife game drive where you can see pythons climb trees, as well as lions and leopards, among others.

For the bird lovers, keep an eye for the screeching flocks of colorful, Yellow-collared lovebirds, and the somewhat drabber Rufous-tailed weaver and ashy starling. These are all endemic to the dry savannah of north-central Tanzania. Dinner and overnight for two nights.

Accommodation and meals: At lodge/ Tented Camp

Check out After breakfast Proceed with the morning sunrise game drive then check out Tarangire and join the Maasai activity, Visit the Masai boma for cultural experience then arrive for late lunch at the lodge.

Accommodation and meals: At the lodge

Early morning departs for Ngorongoro Crater for a full day photographic tour. The game drive begins with a 600m descent to the crater floor, a magnificent natural amphitheater. Covering 260 sq. km, the crater is an attraction in its own right and is one of the wonders of the natural world.

The crater supports a year-round resident population of a variety of wildlife, and you can easily spot lions, elephants, rhinos, buffalo, and other species of plain animals.

Accommodation and meals: At lodge/ Tented Camp

After breakfast, transfer to the Ndutu area, where you will spend another 5 nights, the area is shared by the Serengeti-Ngorongoro ecosystem for game viewing, your arrival to the lodge for hot lunch then departs for another evening game viewing. Explore the great migration with your bazooka lens. At Ndutu you will explore both Ngorongoro and Serengeti whenever the migration will be at that time you will follow them without any limit.

Accommodation and meals: At lodge/ Tented Camp

Transfer to the Central of Serengeti via Naabi gate towards Goal Kopjes for wildlife experience. You will spend another 2 nights for more Photographic Explore with your professional photographer and guide. Dinner and overnight at lodge.

Accommodation and meals: At lodge/ Tented Camp

After breakfast, check out and en-route game drives towards the Seronera Airstrip for your flight to Arusha or (Option Extension to Zanzibar). Upon arrival in Arusha, if you fly back home the same day, we will provide a private transfer to the Airport.

Accommodation and meals: Can be arranged with extra cost

What's included

Price includes.


  1. - Park fees (for non-residents).
  2. - All activities (unless labeled as optional).
  3. - All accommodation as stated in the itinerary.
  4. - A professional driver/guide.
  5. - All transportation (unless labeled as optional).
  6. - All Taxes/VAT.
  7. - Roundtrip airport transfer.
  8. - Meals
  9. - Drinking water on all days
What's not included

Price does not include.


  1. - International flights (from/to home).
  2. - Additional accommodation before and at the end of the tour.
  3. - Tips (tipping guideline $ 20 pp per day).
  4. - Personal items (souvenirs, travel insurance, visa fees, etc.).
  5. - Government imposed an increase in taxes and/or park fees.
  6. - Alcohol drinks.

Similar Safaris

  • Tanzania is home to Africa's tallest mountain, Mt. Kilimanjaro, with an altitude of 19,341 feet above sea level.
  • There are more than 120 ethnic groups in Tanzania.
  • Tanzania exports gold, cashews, cotton, and coffee.
  • Tourism is a major source of revenue for Tanzania.
  • About 80% of the population lives by subsistence farming or fishing.
  • Tanzania is home to the Serengeti National Park, where massive herds of wildebeest and zebra can be spotted.
  • The largest crab in the world - the coconut crab - calls Zanzibar, Tanzania its home.
  • FUN FACT: Did you know? Queen frontman Freddie Mercury was born in Stone Town, Tanzania!
Which Wildlife to Expect in Tanzania (by region)

Lion, Blue monkey, Velvet monkey, Baboon, Elephant, Buffalo, Bushbuck, Waterbuck, Zebra, Wildebeest, Impala, Giraffe.

Lion, Jackals, Hyaena, Rhino, Buffalo, Hippos, Elephant, Zebra, Wildebeest, Gazelle, Eland, Serval, Baboon.

Buffalo, Lion, Leopard, Elephant, Rhino, Giraffe, Wildebeest, Zebra, Gazelle, Impala, Warthog, Topi, waterbuck, Dik-dik, Eland, hartebeest, Mongoose, Jackals, Hyaena, Wild dog, Serval, Caracal, Baboon, monkeys. Crocodile, Hippo.

Buffalo, Cheetah, Elephant, Hippo, Leopard, Lion, Wild Dog

Lion, Leopard, Elephant, Buffalo, Giraffe, Wildebeest, Zebra, Impala, Warthog, Topi, waterbuck, Dik-dik, Mongoose.
How to get to Tanzania? Where do Tanzania’s safaris and trips start/finish from and how can you visit?

The vast majority of our Tanzania’s safaris and tour depart from the surrounding towns near Kilimanjaro International Airport. Whether you are taking a tour climbing Mount Kilimanjaro or visit the Safaris near Lake Manyara, you will likely fly in through this airport. Contact our travel specialists to help you plan your ideal tour.

Before traveling take a look at Tanzania's current laws and advice for travel.
The United States

There are many 1-stop flight options from major cities in the U.S. to Kilimanjaro International Airport and Julius Nyerere Airport.

Check out the United States advice for travel to Tanzania.

Canada - There are plenty of 1-stop flights from Toronto and Montreal to the main Tanzanian Airports.

Check Canada’s laws and advice for travel to Tanzania.

There are frequent flights from Mumbai, New Delhi, Ahmedabad, and even more Indian cities to Tanzania’s main two airports. Check India laws and advice for travel to Tanzania.

Check India laws and advice for travel to Tanzania.

Tanzania FAQs

Do I need a visa to travel to Tanzania?
Tanzania does require 6-months of validity on a passport and a tourist visa, which can be purchased at the airport upon arrival.
Is tipping customary in Tanzania?
Feel free to tip your guide $10 or more based on the quality of your tour; otherwise, you can leave marginal or small tips in hotels and restaurants. Tips are usually appreciated but not generally expected.
What is internet access like in Tanzania?
Since most of our tours through Tanzania are safari expeditions, it is unlikely that you will have internet access unless you are staying at one of the more luxurious hotels, and even then the access is not guaranteed. You should go with the assumption that you will not have internet access for most of your trip.
Can I use my cell phone while in Tanzania?
Since you will be on a safari-type expedition, it's unlikely that you will be close enough to any cell towers to be able to use your cell phone.
Do I need power adapters?
The power grid in Tanzania is 220-240v, meaning that you will need a converter for any 110v devices that can't handle the higher voltage. Depending on where you are, you will also encounter both Type G (BS-1363) plugs and Type D (BS-546) outlets, which require converters. What are the toilets like in Tanzania? Camp, inn, lodge, or hotel, your Tanzania accommodations will offer a western-style bowl toilet that flushes. It's possible that if you are in more rural parts of the country on an expedition that you'll encounter a squat toilet.
Can I drink the water in Tanzania?
Tap water in Tanzania is not safe to drink. Only drink the filtered or bottled water provided to you by your tour operator. Are credit cards accepted in Tanzania? Will I be able to find ATMs? You probably won't find any ATMs or card-accepting businesses on your Tanzania safari, but don't worry- that's why our trips are all-inclusive. When you arrive you can take out just enough cash for any tips or souvenirs and then you'll be set for the trip.
Should I purchase travel insurance?
Always. It's a precaution that you'll hopefully never use but it can save you thousands of dollars, and we offer some great deals via TravelGuard on our Once You're Booked page.
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