Lets go on a once-in-a-lifetime adventure in the South Serengeti of Tanzania during the months of December to June and witness the Great Migration – one of the world’s most awe-inspiring natural wonders. As the breeding season reaches its peak in February and March, watch thousands of wildebeest, zebra, and gazelle converge on the southern plains to mate and give birth. With predators such as lions, leopards, and hyenas lurking around, the calving season transforms into a thrilling wildlife show.

From January to March, the South Serengeti comes to life with the birth of up to 8,000 wildebeest per day, attracting scavengers and predators alike. Marvel at the grazing herds in the Ndutu area and the Lamai Wedge as they embark on their journey northwards. Don’t miss this unforgettable opportunity to witness the circle of life in its rawest form.

Day 1 Meet on arrival, and then transfer to Arusha town. If time permits have a panoramic town tour. Dinner and overnight at Arusha Planet Lodge or Kibo Palace Hotel



Day 2 Breakfast then drive to Lake Manyara National Park for game drives. This is one of Tanzania’s smaller parks but still offers a rewarding and diverse safari experience. The lakeshore at Manyara teems with birdlife, and while you are looking for the birds, you might spot one of the elusive tree-climbing lions. There are a surprising number of other large mammals Such as Elephants and Buffalos. Dinner and overnight at L/Manyara Serena Lodge FB



Day 3 – Drive to Ndutu Area, Ndutu is surrounded by the short grass plains. Within this wooded area is Lake Ndutu – one of the Rift Valley’s soda lakes. At the height of the wildebeest migration, and when heavy rains have fallen, often lines of wildebeest can be seen crossing the lake. Accompanying the wildebeest are large numbers of zebra and Thomson gazelles. Game drive until evening. Dinner and overnight

Ndutu Safari Lodge FB:http://www.ndutu.com/about/

Lake Masek Tented Camp:www.twctanzania.com/en/accommodation/lake-masek-tented-lodge/


Day 4 – Full day game drive around Ndutu area, Ndutu is the perfect base for seeing the drama of the migration and all that is involved with it. There is also a lot of resident game in the Ndutu area. Elephant, lion, cheetah, leopard, buck, hyena, bat eared fox, African wildcat and more are here all year round. The woodland provides a wonderful habitat for lots of different bird species and the rare striped hyena is regularly spotted. Meals and Overnight

Ndutu Safari Lodge FB:http://www.ndutu.com/about/

Lake Masek Tented Camp:www.twctanzania.com/en/accommodation/lake-masek-tented-lodge/


Day 5 – Am game drive around Ndutu, then drive to Central Serengeti, Pm game drives at the  central of Serengeti, which the resident of all big cats.Our guides will choose the best spotting locations for the time of year; we can spend time at the Hippo pool watching these majestic animals laze about in the cool water happily living alongside the crocodiles. Meals and overnight at Serengeti Sopa Lodge



Day 6 – We start the day with an early morning game drive before heading to Ngorongoro Conservation Area. Ngorongoro is a special place in that it is a Conservation Area, not a National Park; this means that the whole area is managed for both the animals and the local Masai people who graze their cattle alongside the indigenous wildlife. Game viewing enroute to Ngorongoro Sopa Lodge for dinner and overnight stay FB


Day 7 – Today you will descend into the crater. The crater walls provide a natural sanctuary for the animals, which means there is plenty to see: lions, elephants, buffalo, rhino and leopard (if you are lucky). The only animal you won’t see in here is a giraffe, whose long legs are unable to cope with the steeps sides of the crater. Enjoy your picnic lunch by the hippo pool. Late afternoon you will ascend the crater walls and drive to Oldean Mountain Lodge for overnight stay

http://wetu.com/Rack/View/ Catalogue/5019






Day 8 – This morning you will drive to the dwelling of the famous Hadzabe tribe in the Bush for cultural Interaction

The Hadzabe live in caves and they don’t wear any kind of clothes but rather skin to cover the private parts. Their community is endangered, because most of their land has been taken away from them for commercial production and they are forced to join the civilization.


Join the Hadzabe tribe and go for forage and during the corse of the day eat while foraging and also bring back  some honey,fruits or wild game when available.

After lunch you will drive back to Arusha and onwards to the airport in good time for your flight