Great Migratión

and Kopjes

This safari takes us to one of the best areas to observe and photograph the wildlife of the world, the plains of the center and south of Serengeti, at the moment when more than a million people are here to give birth to their young. Here the short grass plains come to life during the wet season.

New shoots of grass appear and the wildebeest come back from the north after their search for pastures in the dry season. This herb is especially rich in sales and minerals, it provides ideal conditions for children to listen to their little ones. Predators, of course, take advantage of this proliferation of young animals that trot along the plains accompanying their mothers. Continue to lion families and cheetahs on Lake Ndutu, we will wait for the youngest children as their children will light up and we will also look for the smallest but also interesting animals like the servers, the caracals, the striped hyenas and the bat-eared foxes. We will divide our time between the Ndutu Lake area, in the Ngorongoro Conservation Area, and the Serengeti Central and South Plains in the Serengeti National Park, where we will have the opportunity to see the iconic photographs of lions in the Kopjes and hopefully some interesting hunting images.

 

DATES: 3rd of February - 11th of February

PLACE: TANZANIA / A. C. de Ngorongoro - P. N. Serengueti

DURATION: 9 Days

PRICE: 4850$ (Sharing) - Min.: 3 pax / Max.: 6 pax

INDIVIDUAL SUPLEMENT: 700$

LANGUAGE: Spanish / English

TRAVEL AGENCY: MOSHI MAASAI EXPERIENCE

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INCLUDED

-4x4 Vehicles , local guide and photographer.

-Internal flight: Seronera - Arusha.

-Transfers to the airports

-All meals and lodges/tented camps

-Drinks during the safaris

-Flying Doctor Insurance

-Park fees

 

NOT INCLUIDED

-Visas

-Tracel Insurance

-Internationa Flights

-Drinks during lunch and dinner in lodges/tented camp

-Tips for camp staff and guides

​Possibility of adapting the itinerary and dates* according to needs.

* That will vary the budget.