Days 1 - 4
Arusha, Karatu, Serengeti National Park & Ngorongoro Crater*, Arusha
Days 5 - 9
Pangani, Dar es Salaam, Ferry to Zanzibar
Days 10 - 18
Dar es Salaam, Iringa, Lake Malawi Beaches, South Luangwa National Park, Lusaka, Livingstone
Days 19 - 22
Kasane, Chobe National Park, Chobe Overnight Mobile Excursion, Victoria Falls
Days 23 - 25
Victoria Falls, Chobe National Park, Game Drive*, Boat Cruise
Days 26 - 29
Maun, Okavango Delta*, Francistown
Days 30 - 32
Polokwane, Kruger National Park, Game Drives Nkambeni Camp, Johannesburg
(*Optional Excursions. Chobe National Park Excursion may occasionally be substituted with a similar excursion in the surrounding game area.)
Meserani Snake Park & Masai Cultural Museum, Dar Es Salaam, Zanzibar Ferry, South Luangwa National Park, Lake Malawi, Entrance to Victoria Falls, Chobe National Park, Chobe Boat Cruise, Chobe Overnight excursion, Kruger National Park & Night Game Drive.
Upon entering this beautiful east African country, you may be greeted with the words of “jambo” (hello) or “hakuna matata” (no problem) by the friendly locals. With a population of nearly 42 million and land area of more than 580 000 sq km Kenya is home to an abundance of animals and colourful tribes people, making it the perfect getaway for a once in a lifetime safari.
Tanzania’s natural environment and geographical features have made it one of the best tourist destinations in Africa. Being the biggest country in east Africa, Tanzania has heaps to offer her visitors, including 13 game reserves and national parks. Tanzania also forms part of the world’s largest animal’s movements, the great migration. Inland are the vast Serengeti National Park and the animal-packed Ngorongoro Conservation area, and thousands of people every year fulfil their lifetime achievement of climbing to the top of Mount Kilimanjaro, which is the highest mountain in Africa. On the coast, Zanzibar is exotic, intriguing and steeped in the unique Swahili culture.