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No wildlife event on the planet rivals East Africa’s Great Migration. Millions of Serengeti wildebeest, zebra, gazelle, impala make their way across the continent, with hungry lions, cheetahs, crocodiles and hyenas in hot pursuit of any who fall behind. This event is so large it can be seen from outer space, but we want to take you right up close to the action.
We offer fully customizable travel itineraries so that you can make the most of your experience with us in Kenya and Tanzania. Enjoy private wildlife viewing with experienced naturalists, away from the crowds. Adventure over the Serengeti plains in a hot air balloon, or enjoy the sundowner in the savanna. We want to make your luxury travel experience everything you could want and more.
The Kenya and Tanzania safari adventures take you to the heart of the wild savannah. Keep your cameras charged and ready–you might hope that the gazelle gets away, but don’t let the moment escape you!
Each year, the enormous herds of wildebeest and zebra that roam the African plains come together to form “mega herds” more than two million strong. The animals travel together in numbers guided by the distant sounds and smells of thunder and rain, in search of greener pastures. But distance is not the only challenge for them to overcome. As they travel across the Serengeti Plains from Tanzania into Kenya’s famed Masai Mara, a host of predators follows in gluttonous pursuit.
On most safari bucket lists is an adventure into the depths of the enormous caldera of Ngorongoro, a wildlife hotbed that’s unlike anywhere else on Earth. It is the world’s largest intact volcanic caldera and home to Africa’s big five game animals.
Here you can spot a rich diversity of animals native to Africa, including one of the densest known populations of lions in the world. Travelers stop here before heading into the Serengeti National Park, home to the Masai people and an incredible range of wildlife and landscapes.
Camping in luxury Safari tents in the heart of Tanzania’s oldest national park and exploring timeless East Africa where endless savanna, bursting with predator prey action, offers an exhilarating safari and cultural experience.
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In Kenya, more than 60 languages are spoken and there are more than 40 ethnic groups. Similarly in Tanzania, there are 162 different tribes, each one unique. One of the most distinct aspects in this region is the Harambee culture, which means to "pull together". The significance of this lies in the fact that the various cultures believe in and practice a sense of mutual responsibility, effort and assistance, no matter which tribe they belong to. Kenyan cuisine is a hotpot of varying items. Ugali is a cake made from millet or flour and topped with meat and vegetables - a delicacy that is a great option for any meal! Nyama Choma is another popular dish in Kenya, prepared by roasting beef or mutton over fire and served with veggies or Ugali. Surprisingly, Kenya is also one of the few African countries that prides itself in its beer. With decade-old breweries set up in the countryside, Tusker Malt, Summit Lager and Pilsner Lager are just a few of the local beers that are great thirst quencher options to enjoy at a sundowner out in the wilderness.
With more than four million wild animals, including 430 species and subspecies, Tanzania has the largest concentration of animals per square kilometre in the world. Tanzania contains some 20% of the species of Africa’s large mammal population.
The Great Migration is unique to this place and the most scintillating natural phenomena to behold.
The Great Migration time-frame is late July to mid August annually.
Day 1: Arrive in Havana and discover the vintage city through the eyes of an award-winning photographer! Walk through the streets as you discover majestic architecture and experience local gastronomy. You will also get a chance to cruise in classic convertible cars!
Day 2: Continue imbibing the charming Cuban capital as you stroll around neighbourhoods, bike along the Malecon, and be regaled by a private music concert.
Day 3: Embark on a catamaran fishing excursion, enjoy an authentic rum and cigar tasting event, capped by a Latin salsa dance session.
Day 4: Community service at a Spanish nunnery housing destitute and aged Cubans – a humanitarian excursion.
Day 5: Departure
You could also add an additional 2 days to include an outdoors hiking excursion into the mountain region of Vinales.
A US regulation compliant itinerary and documentation of your trip is essential. Interacting with locals, support of individuals and small independent business is a must do component. .