This once-in-a-lifetime experience offers the chance to explore two of the most exhilarating wildlife encounters on Earth: gorilla trekking and the Big5 among the great migration.
Upon arrival, your guide will greet you and transfer you to your exclusive safari lodge in the heart of the Serengeti. Settle in and take in the breath-taking views of the endless Savannah. In the evening, enjoy a sun downer while witnessing a spectacular African sunset, followed by a gourmet dinner under the starlit sky.
Experience the wonders of the renowned Serengeti National Park for the next two days, where stunning landscapes and abundant wildlife await. Accompanied by experienced guides, embark on exhilarating game drives while learning about the park’s diverse flora and fauna.
Witness the awe-inspiring great migration, where millions of herbivores traverse the plains in search of fresh grazing pastures. Observe lions, elephants, giraffes, and other iconic African wildlife up close in their natural habitat. In between game drives, indulge in the amenities of your lodge and savour the tranquillity of the Serengeti.
A game drive in the Serengeti is without doubt the most popular thing to do. It is the best way to see big 5 and other resident creatures. Animals in the Serengeti are very active in the morning and evening hours.
The morning game drive starts at sunrise and ends at around 11: am. It is designed to allow tourists spot nocturnal animals retreating back to their holes/dens or observe herbivores going out to graze.
The morning game drive is also excellent for spotting hyenas, wild dogs, lions, cheetahs, leopards and hippos (as they return from a night of grazing outside the pools). Lions love hunting in the night and early in the morning before the sun gets too hot.
You can also for also afternoon game drive starting from 2:00pm to 5:30pm. If you don’t want to miss anything, you can go for the full day game drive starting from 6:30am to 5:30pm.
Go for a Hot air balloon safari particularly popular during the wildebeest migration allowing you to observe them in the thousands.
Hot air balloon safari starts in the morning and ends with champagne breakfast in the African wilderness. Hot air balloons can take between 12 to 16 people. You need to book your tour in advance and prepare to pay about $500.
You will never forget the experience of getting a bird-eye view of the Serengeti plains and Africa’s famous wildlife. Wind up your safari and take a flight to Arusha for your final flight back home.
Take the journey into Tanzania’s Serengeti National Park, where you can witness game animals in their natural habitat. Keep your eyes open for the iconic Big5 as you traverse the vast Savannah.
Enjoy the unique experience of camping under canvas while surrounded by the sounds of the wild. The Tanzania Rwanda Safari offers the perfect blend of luxury and nature, with unforgettable memories to be made against the backdrop of Tanzania’s stunning landscapes. Therefore, Tanzania migration gorilla trek in so amazing expedition to experience in Africa.
Depart Tanzania and fly from Arusha to Kigali in Rwanda. Thereafter, get ready to follow the footsteps of the legendary Dian Fossey in Rwanda’s Volcanoes National Park, where you will get up close to magnificent silver backs and their families with the help of expert trackers. Experience the soul-stirring encounters that await you.
Upon your arrival in Kigali, you will be greeted by your knowledgeable guide and transfer to your accommodation. Take some time to settle in and relax before embarking on a cultural immersion experience. Explore Kigali’s bustling markets, visit local art galleries showcasing traditional Rwandan crafts, and immerse yourself in the city’s rich history and culture
Visit the Genocide Memorial in Kigali before embarking on a scenic drive to Volcanoes National Park. The genocide memorial is an important site that pays tribute to the victims of the Rwandan Genocide, offering deep insights into the country’s tragic history and the strength of its people.
Explore the memorial’s exhibits, which provide a comprehensive understanding of the events that unfolded in 1994. Take a moment to reflect and pay your respects to the lives lost.
After lunch, embark on a scenic drive to Volcanoes National Park. The journey offers breath-taking views of Rwanda’s lush landscapes, rolling hills, and terraced farms. Upon reaching the park, settle into your luxurious lodge nestled at the foothills of the Virunga Mountains. Enjoy the rest of the day at your leisure, taking in the serene surroundings and preparing for the exciting adventures ahead of you.
Early morning after breakfast, start gorilla trek through the lush rain forest of Volcanoes National Park for an extraordinary experience. As you go through the dense forest, you’ll be accompanied by experienced park rangers who will impart their knowledge about the gorillas and the conservation efforts dedicated to their protection.
The forest comes alive with different of sounds, from the rustling of leaves to the sweet calls of exotic birds and the hoots of monkeys swinging through the canopy. The scent of damp soil and the sweet fragrance of wildflowers envelope you, creating an immersive sensory experience you will never forget.
As you approach the gorilla family, your heart races with excitement. Suddenly, you see them – magnificent mountain gorillas lounging or playfully interacting in their natural habitat. Observe with wonder as the young gorilla’s frolic in the undergrowth while the silver back, a symbol of strength and leadership, keeps a watchful eye over his family.
Witness the gentle bond between mothers and infants as they tenderly groom and care for one another. Every gesture, every expression, reveals their intelligence and complex social dynamics.
In the one hour spent with gorillas, you realize the importance of conservation efforts. The rangers share stories of the challenges facing these incredible creatures and the tireless work being done to protect them and their habitat. A sense of responsibility and awe washes over you, fueling a desire to contribute to their preservation.