Serengeti, Ngorongoro and Northern parks - family safari holiday
This all-encompassing Tanzania safari tour is
perfect for families with teenage kids and indulges the whole family in some of
the most famous names in the safari and wildlife world.
The Ngorongoro crater and Serengeti national park, both UNESCO world-heritage sites, are recognised as two of the world’s best-known classic safari destinations.
The Serengeti is home to the most famous wildlife spectacle on earth, the great wildebeest migration.
Discover the world’s largest lake Victoria, made famous by John Henning Speke as the source of the Nile. Explore the lake by local canoe and boat and later, marvel at the elephant herds of Tarangire national park, a beautiful park full of wildlife, known for fantastic elephant herds.
Stay in beautiful family-orientated safari camp accommodation. Why not add some nights either at Saadani National Park for some unique beach and wildlife or head to the world-class beaches of exotic Zanzibar, the famous spice island offering culture, beaches and watersports.
Arrival into Mwanza, Tanzania
Meet your guide at Mwanza airport and transfer by road for about 2 hours to beautiful Little Okavango Camp located on the floodplains of Lake Victoria. Travel through the unusual city of Mwanza known as the “Rock City”, due to its huge boulders scattered across the wider landscape. Arrive at the intimate Little Okavango Camp in time for lunch and in the late afternoon, enjoy a gentle canoe ride.
Cultural day around lake victoria
This morning, explore the fishing village of Mwaburugu along the Lake Victoria coastline. You will leave the camp by vehicle and return by motor-boat, stopping for a delightful brunch at the Little Okavango viewing tower. After lunch and a rest, enjoy a guided bird walk on the camp's grounds or a bike ride through the open bush and village farms between the Serengeti boundary and the lake.
Bird watching and canoe ride
After breakfast, your safari takes you on a short bird walk in the local area which is widely acknowledged as one of the best birding sites on the continent. After lunch, head out on a gentle canoe ride through the narrow water channels of Lake Victoria.
serengeti safari and bush rovers
After a leisurely breakfast, leave the camp and continue your Tanzania safari by game drive vehicle into famous Serengeti reaching the award-winning Bush Rover Migration Camp later that day.
Ultimate safari experience
You’ll wake up right in the heart of wildlife action and spend the day enjoying
thrilling safaris in this game rich area of Serengeti. Marvel at the greatest
safari spectacle in the world - the annual wildebeest
Return to camp after your game drive, relax in the lovely mess tent or order a G&T on the balcony of your Bush Rover suite before heading to the camp fire for a sundowner and delicious dinner prepared by your private chef.
game drive to Ngorongoro
After breakfast, game drive across the vast Serengeti to the next famous park - the Ngorongoro conservation area arriving at Rhino lodge near the Ngorongoro crater rim in the late afternoon.
After an early breakfast, spend your day on game drive inside the Ngorongoro crater. Word of warning – whilst you can tick off most of the African wildlife quickly you will share this with many other cars so best to get in there at first light and get out before lunch. Early morning in the crater can be quite magical and is worth getting up extra early for. After your safari, you’ll be driven by road to Kirurumu Tarangire Camp for overnight.
Depart for a game drive to the beautiful Tarangire national park, known for its fabulous elephant herds and tree climbing lions. After this final element of your Tanzania safari, you’ll game drive to Arusha for the night.
Arusha and departure
After breakfast, transfer to either Arusha or Kilimanjaro airport for onward journey.
Browse a selection of hotels, for a flavour of where you stay on this trip.
Sandwiched between the incredible Lake Victoria and the amazing Serengeti National Park, Little O offers water-borne accommodation surrounded by great wildlife, dazzling birdlife and a fascinating fishing community.Explore
The multi award-winning Bush Rover camp is simply one of a kind. It sits at the very heart of the great migration as the vast herds moves around the Serengeti and it affords breath-taking elevated views from possibly the most innovative safari accommodation in Africa.Explore
Make your Tanzania safari even more special by adding on some days at one of Tanzania’s incredible beach destinations. Perhaps the most famous is the beautiful spice island of Zanzibar with world-class beaches and diving. However, there are some hidden gems off the beaten track with few human prints left on the deserted white-sand beaches like stunning Saadani national park, where the bush meets the beach. This is a truly secret palm fringed hideaway.
Few destinations have such an evocative name as Zanzibar. Few know that this Indian Ocean holiday island is in Tanzania and is the perfect complement to any Tanzania safari where you want to mix safari and beach. The UNESCO world-heritage site of historic Stone Town is a heady mix of cultures from Arabia and India with stunning architectural remnants and superb bazaars. This town has its own annual music and film festivals which attract acts and visitors from around the world. From here, head to the north or east coast to relax on world-class beaches and indulge in some fabulous diving and water sports from The Zanzibari boutique hotel.
Safari & Beach
Fancy relaxing at the beach following your Tanzania safari but want something away from it all? Then choose Saadani National Park, the only coastal wildlife park in Tanzania where the bush meets the beach. A place where you can swim in the Indian ocean looking back at vervet monkey and surrounding bush full of wildlife and even a marine park where green turtles hatch. Head out on game drive or foot and boat safari in the morning and spend the afternoon on a stunning deserted beach back at Simply Saadani Camp.