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Travel through northern Tanzania’s most
renowned wildlife reserves on this tour for
solo travellers. Explore the huge plains of
the Serengeti, the open grasslands of the
Great Rift Valley and the strikingly beautiful
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Evening flight from London (regional
connections available) to Arusha, via Nairobi. (N)
On arrival at Kilimanjaro Airport you will be
met by a tour representative and transferred to the Arusha Serena Resort, where you will
meet the group and have dinner before an
overnight stay. (D)
Drive to Lake Manyara National Park, home
to tree-climbing lions and huge flocks of
migratory pink flamingos. Enjoy an afternoon
game drive in the park and stay 1 night at Lake
Manyara Serena Lodge. (B, L, D)
Set off on a morning safari drive around Lake
Manyara before continuing to the Ngorongoro
Crater. Here the fertile soil and often lush
vegetation attracts huge wildlife numbers that
are rarely sustainable elsewhere. Stay 2 nights
at Ngorongoro Serena Lodge. (B, L, D)
Travel down into the crater and spend the
day exploring the diverse environments of
the crater floor. There are more than 25,000
animal inhabitants here, including rare black
rhinos, lions, elephants, hyenas, wildebeests,
buffaloes, hippos, ostriches and flamingos.
(B, L, D)
Some of the earliest evidence of human existence
has been discovered at the Olduvai Gorge,
where you will make a stop today en route to
the Serengeti, one of the best safari destinations in the whole of Africa. Huge quantities of life
exist here, including the ‘Big Five’, even when the
‘Great Migration’ has moved on. Stay 2 nights at
Serengeti Serena Lodge. (B, L, D)
Join morning and afternoon game drives, looking
out for hippos, leopards, colobus monkeys, lions
and a host of other extraordinary creatures. In
the evening you may opt for an optional nature
walk with your guide. (B, L, D)
Head west on a safari drive for an alternative
experience of the Serengeti and its
spellbinding landscapes and wildlife. Stay
overnight at the award-winning Kirawira
Serena Camp. (B, L, D)
Enjoy a final safari drive before your afternoon
transfer to the Grumeti Airstrip for your flight
back to Arusha. Overnight at the Arusha
Serena Resort. (B, L)
Fly to London via Nairobi. (N)
As per itinerary – B: Breakfast,
L: Lunch, D: Dinner, N: No meals.
Based on a 7- or 9-seater 4x4 popup
roof safari vehicle in which each passenger
has a window seat. The tour will operate with
two vehicles if the group contains seven or
Departure dates from April to Juneare traditionally those
which offer wildebeest migration encounters
in either of the Serengeti regions visited on this
tour. Wildlife movements can and will vary, and
migration sightings can never be guaranteed.
These small group tours have been specially created for solo travellers. Benefits include single occupancy of double / twin rooms as standard and at sensible prices, plus the company of like-minded travellers. View the complete collection here.
This tour is based in 4- and 5-star accommodation.
This itinerary can be taken privately on a date that suits you, for which guideline prices are shown. Alternatively, it can be tailored to your exact requirements. Please call to speak with a Cox & Kings consultant or
This tour can be booked / reserved online by clicking on one of the coloured links below.
TWS2020: 8 Nights
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