This 30 Days Uganda Kenya Tanzania and Zanzibar Safari will take you to a journey beyond Imagination which will give you an incredible Safari experience at every destination. You will explore the untamed African Continent through game drives, Boat cruises, Nature walks, Trekking as well as community encounters. Your Full month Safari will start from Entebbe International Airport or your Hotel and end at Julius Nyerere International Airport.
Nestled in the extreme boarder point of Uganda and South Sudan, Kidepo valley National park is a true gem with abundance of Wildlife in their Natural habitat. This virgin park was established in 1962 and it boosts of about 75 mammal species for example Cheetahs, Lions, Zebras, Kudus Buffaloes, African Elephants, hartebeests, giraffes, pygmy crocodiles, rock hyraxes, Leopards, water bucks, Oryx, Roan antelopes, elands, Uganda kobs, duikers. The park also has various bird species like the Nubian woodpecker, the Egyptian vulture, ostriches, Jackson’s hornbill, Karamoja Apalis, Red-and-yellow barbet, Dark chanting goshawk, chestnut weaver, black breasted sunbird, red throated bee eater, white-bellied go-away bird, Northern carmine bee eater among other bird species.
Murchison falls National Park is located in the North Western region of Uganda. It is the largest National park in Uganda covering an area of 3840sqkm. It has a variety of wildlife of about 76 mammal species like Lions, Leopards, Elephants, Giraffes, Buffaloes, Uganda kobs, Bush bucks, Chimpanzees, and also Primates like black and white colobus monkeys, red tailed monkeys, blue monkeys, red colobus monkeys, L’Hoest’s monkeys, and various bird species of about 451 like the grey crowned crane, the rare shoe bill, giant kingfisher, Giant heron, marabou stork, black headed lapwing, black bellied bustard, Nightjars among other bird species.
Kibale National Park is located in Western Uganda in Kabarole district and it was established in 1993, the park is known for being “The primate capital of the World” having various Chimpanzees with a population of over 1500 individuals including habituated ones which are about 120 making it the park with the highest primate population. Among the primates include the black and white colobus monkeys, red tailed monkeys, grey cheeked mangabeys, L’Hoest’s monkey, olive baboons, Mantled guereza, Potto, Vervet monkey, White-eyelid mangabey, Galago among others. The park is also home to about 120 mammal species including African golden cats, bush pigs, warthogs, blue and red duiker, rare sitatunga, forest hogs, African elephant, forest cape buffaloes, among others and also more than 300 species of birds including olive long tailed cuckoo, western tinker bird, grey parrot, blue breasted king fisher, blue headed sunbird, red faced woodland, yellow spotted nicator, little greenbul among other bird species.
Queen Elizabeth National Park is known for having the Tree Climbing Lions at Ishasha sector of the park, these lions are not found in any other National park in Uganda thus being “The Medley of Wonders”, the park is home to 95 mammal species including the 4 members of the Big 5 which are Elephants, Buffaloes, Lions, Leopards and also Uganda kobs, bush bucks, oribis, bush pigs, forest hogs, hippos, sitatungas and over 600 Bird species like the African skimmer, rare saddle billed stork, grey headed kingfisher, African mourning dove, African crowned eagle, Nubian woodpecker, swamp flycatcher, grey capped warbler, little bee eater among other bird species.
Bwindi Impenetrable Forest National Park which is one of Uganda’s oldest rainforests with more than 25000 years of age. The park is home to almost half of the World’s population of Mountain Gorillas which gives a great opportunity for Gorilla Trekking and Habituation in the park’s sectors like Nkuringo, Buhoma, Ruhija and Rushaga. The park harbors 120 mammal species like Elephants, duikers, yellow-backed duiker, buffaloes, golden cats, bush pigs, giant forest hogs, black-fronted Duiker, clawless otter, side-striped jackal, civet, numerous bats, rodents and 350 bird species like handsome francolin, purple sunbird, red headed blue bill, African blue cuckoo, regal sunbird, breasted sunbird, Rwenzori turaco, Shelley’s crimson among other bird species.
Lake Bunyonyi is located in the extreme border between Uganda and Rwanda and it is known for offering a great rest and relaxation to travelers due to its beautiful and breathtaking views. Lake Bunyonyi is the deepest lake in Uganda having 29 different Islands, a fresh climate to relax from and also a clear view of the Virunga Mountains.
Lake Mburo National Park is located in the Southern part of Uganda in Kiruhura district. The park is known for its large herds of zebras, Impalas, Elands, Topis, and buffaloes among other species. The park is home to over 68 mammal species like zebras, elands, impalas, buffalos, Defassa waterbuck, oribis, leopard, hippo, hyena, topi and reedbuck. Lake Mburo National Park is also home to about 350 bird species like mosque swallow, black bellied bustard, bare-faced-go away bird, Ruppell’s starling, African rattled lapwing, pied kingfisher, Malachite kingfisher, Saddle-billed stork, Red-faced barbet, Yellow-breasted apalis among other bird species.
Lake Nakuru National Park also known as a “Beautiful bird Haven” is located in the West Central Kenya and it is one of the saline lakes of the lake system lying within the Great rift valley of Eastern Africa. The park boosts of over 400 bird species including vast numbers of pink flamingoes, Abyssinian thrush, large flocks of pelicans, Bateleur, Arrow-marked babbler, and also mammals like waterbucks, impalas, warthogs, elands, lions, leopards, hippopotamus, giraffes, black and white rhinos, African wild dog, vervet monkeys, olive baboon, colobus monkeys and many more.
Maasai Mara National Reserve is located in the South Western region of Kenya along the Great Rift Valley area in Norok County Kenya adjacent to Tanzania’s Serengeti National Park. Maasai Mara National Reserve was established in 1961 as a wildlife sanctuary covering an area of 520 sqkm of the current Mara Triangle. Later it was converted into a Game Reserve and by 1984 the park had a total area of 1510sqkm. The park is dotted with acacia trees, shrubs and bushes and has 2 draining rivers which are Maasai Mara River and Talek River. The park is a unique wildlife conservation haven famous for its Natural diversity of wildlife like the Big 5 mammals which are Lions, Leopards, Elephants, Buffaloes and Rhinos in large numbers as well as other mammals like Cheetahs, zebras, wildebeests, crocodiles, hippos, giraffes, duikers, impala hartebeests, roan antelopes, topi, wildebeest and Thomson’s gazelles. The park also boosts of over 500 bird species like Bateleur, Secretary bird, Schawlow’s turaco, Abdim’s stork, Hammerkops, Temminck’s courser, Southern ground hornbill, Usambiro barbet, Saddle-billed stork, Giant kingfisher, Woolly-necked stork, Black-headed heron, Giant kingfisher, African jacana, Crowned lapwing, Malachite kingfisher, Grey-headed kingfisher among others. . Maasai Mara National Reserve is also famous for its annual Wildebeest Beast Migration where Millions of these creatures migrate from Tanzania’s Serengeti National Park which occurs between July and October making it one of the 7 Wonders of the World.
Serengeti National Park is located in the Northern region of Tanzania and it was established in 1952. The park covers an area of 14763sqkm making it home to over 70 mammal species like dik-dik, Oryx, greater Kudu, Hyenas, Hippos, bushbuck, Jackals, giraffes, Janet cats, Baboons, Giraffes, elands, spring hare, porcupine, warthog, Hyraxes, vervet monkeys, Colobus monkeys, patas monkeys, and mongooses and also Africa’s Big 5 mammals which are lions, leopards, buffaloes, elephants and Rhinos. Serengeti National park also boosts of over 500 bird species including Grey-Breasted spur fowl, Fischer’s lovebird, Rufous-tailed weaver, Usambiro barbet, Grey-crested helmet-shrike, Kori Bustard, Red-capped robin-chat, Secretary bird, Verreaux’s eagle, Yellow-throated sand grouse among others. Serengeti National Park is well known for its annual Wildebeest Migration of over 1,500,000 and 250,000 Zebras which occur between the months of July and August.
Ngorongoro Conservation Area is located in the Northern part of Tanzania on the Eastern Great Rift Valley Arm which is managed by Ngorongoro Conservation Area Authority. The Conservation area was officially established in 1959 and was designated as a UNESCO World Heritage Site in 1979 and it is part of the Serengeti Ecosystem. Ngorongoro’s main attraction is the Ngorongoro Crater which is the World’s largest intact and unfilled Volcanic Caldera with over 25,000 mammals including wildebeests, hippos, warthogs, hyenas, zebras, elands, gazelles, and the Big 5 mammal species which are lions, leopards, elephants, rhinos as well as buffaloes and over 100 bird species co-existing with the Semi-nomadic Maasai people.
Day 1: Pick up from Entebbe International Airport – Transfer to your Hotel
The 30 Days Uganda Kenya Tanzania and Zanzibar Safari will start with a pick up from Entebbe International Airport by our professional driver guide from Paradise Adventure Vacations who will meet and greet you, he will then brief you about the Safari and thereafter drive you to your Hotel where you will spend your Night. This day 1 is aimed at giving you a smooth relaxation to ensure you have a Comfortable Start to your Safari Adventure.
Day 2: Transfer to Kitgum with a Stopover at Ziwa Rhino Sanctuary
Your day 2 of the Safari will begin with a delicious morning breakfast and thereafter check out of your Hotel and start the drive towards the North to Kitgum. You will have a stopover at Ziwa Rhino Sanctuary for Rhino Tracking, while here, you will see the Rhinos at close range as they feed on short grass and also other mammal species and birds. Ziwa Rhino Sanctuary is the only place in Uganda where you will see these Magnificent Creatures in their Natural Habitat. You will then have your lunch and proceed with the journey to Kitgum where you will have dinner and an overnight.
Day 3: Transfer to Kidepo Valley National Park with an Evening Game Drive
Upon waking up, you will have your lovely morning breakfast and then get ready to hit the road to Kidepo Valley National Park found in the extreme North Eastern Corner of Uganda. This journey will take about 4 hours and on arrival, you will have a mouth-watering lunch and spend your entire afternoon resting. Later you will go for a relaxed evening game drive until sunset, this drive will give you sights of several mammal species including Zebras, Kudus Buffaloes, African Elephants, hartebeests, giraffes, lions, rock hyraxes, water bucks, Oryx, Roan antelopes, elands, Uganda kobs, duikers and if lucky we might spot the wild dogs. After the drive, you will return back for your freshly prepared dinner as well as an overnight.
Day 4: Kidepo Valley National Park – Morning and Evening Game drives
Your day 4 of the 30 Days Uganda Kenya Tanzania and Zanzibar Safari will start with an early morning breakfast and then you will drive through the Kidepo Valley where you will see wildlife like Lions, Zebras, Kudus Buffaloes, African Elephants, hartebeests, giraffes, Leopards, water bucks, Oryx, Roan antelopes, elands, Uganda kobs, and duikers. Driving through Kidepo valley is a thrilling experience since you will be exploring the dry Kidepo with white sand bed, you wouldn’t want to miss a visit to the Kanangorok hot springs which are just at the Kidepo River. You will return back to your accommodation for lunch. Later in the evening, you will proceed for an Evening game drive along the Narus Valley which has abundance of mammal species like elephants, buffaloes, lions, zebras, antelopes, Uganda kobs, water bucks, giraffes, cheetahs, leopards among others, you will then return back to your accommodation for dinner and an overnight.
Day 5: Kidepo Valley National Park – Hike Mount Morungole for the IK Community Encounter
You will wake up on day 5 of the Safari and have a hot lovely breakfast. You will then proceed for Mount Morungole hiking Adventure and this hike will take about 2-3 hours, you will visit the IK Community the smallest ethnic group in Uganda staying on the slopes of the mountain and are believed to have been the early inhabitants of the mountain. You will learn about their culture and ways of life and thereafter return back for lunch. You will spend the rest of the day relaxing at the lodge.
Day 6: Transfer to Murchison Falls National Park – Drive to Top of the fall
On day 6 of the 30 Days Safari, you will have a delicious morning breakfast and thereafter embark on about 7 hours drive to Murchison falls National Park located in the Northwestern region of Uganda. Upon arrival, you will have a finger-licking lunch and then later drive to the Top of the falls where you will experience the cooling sensation of the gentle sprays and also watch the churning waters as it forces itself out through a narrow 8m gorge. You will later return to your lodge for your dinner as well as a relaxed overnight.
Day 7: Murchison Falls National Park – Morning Game drive – Afternoon Launch cruise to the Bottom of the falls
Wake up for an early morning breakfast, prepare yourself for another exciting encounter. Day 7 of your 30 Days Uganda Kenya Tanzania and Zanzibar Safari will start with an early morning game drive through different trails of the park like Albert trail, buligi trail and the Victoria trail. While here, you will meet eye to eye with different mammal species like Bufaloes, elephants, lions, leopards, bush barks, giraffes, warthogs, Jackson’s hartebeest, , crocodiles, hippos, Uganda kobs among others, you will then return to your lodge for relaxation and lunch. Later in the afternoon, you will embark on an afternoon boat cruise upstream to the bottom of the falls and it will take about 3 hours, while on the cruise, you will see the Nile crocodiles resting under the shade, herds of hippos while in water, elephants swimming and drinking water at the water banks and also for the bird lovers, be on the lookout for the different bird species like the shoebill, the black bee eater, grey crowned crane, marabou stork, Malachite kingfisher, Abyssinian ground hornbill, Long-tailed nightjar, Senegal thick-knee, Black-headed lapwing, Long-toed lapwing , Black-billed barbet, and many others, you will have a view of the magnificent Murchison falls as it roars and pours its waters through an 8m narrow gorge. You will then return to your lodge and relax as you await your dinner and an overnight.
Day 8: Drive to Kibale National Park
After your heavy morning breakfast on day 8 of your Safari, you will drive to Kibale National park which is located in Western region of Uganda in Kabarole district. This drive will take about 5 hours and it will offer you magnificent scenic views of Uganda’s landscape as you drive to the park. Enroute to your destination, you will have a lunch stopover in Fort Portal Tourism City and then you will proceed to the park for your dinner and an overnight.
Day 9: Kibale Forest National Park – Chimpanzee Tracking – Bigodi Wetland and Community Visit
You will wake up early morning on day 9 of the Safari and have breakfast. Wear appropriate clothing like long sleeved shirt, a pair of karky or jean trousers, a round cap, water proof boots and a heavy sweater to protect you from the falling tree branches and also in case of bad weather. Also carry in your back packs some snacks and drinking water to help keep you hydrated during the trek since it may take about 1 to 5 hours to find the Chimpanzees depending on their location. Then you will proceed to Kanyachu Visitor center for a briefing about the Do’s and the Don’ts of the park, while here, you will be assigned a Park ranger who will take you through the forest and also a chimpanzee family to look out for. During the trek, you will spot primates like the black and white colobus monkeys, the red tailed monkeys, olive baboons, red colobus monkeys, grey cheeked mangabeys, L’Hoest’s monkey, Mantled guereza, Potto, Vervet monkey, White-eyelid mangabey, Galago among others and also various bird species like olive long-tailed cuckoo, western tinker bird, blue headed sunbird, red faced woodland, grey parrot, yellow spotted nicator, little greenbul, blue breasted king fisher, among other bird species. You will also spot mammal species like the African elephants, the bush pigs, warthogs, forest hogs, forest cape buffaloes among others. Upon finding the chimpanzees, you will have a one hour encounter with them while learning their behaviors, social life, how they feed and play, feel free to ask the park ranger as many questions as possible.
Day 10: Drive to Queen Elizabeth National Park – Launch Cruise along the Kazinga channel – Evening to Night Game drive
Day 10 of your 30 Days Uganda Kenya Tanzania and Zanzibar Safari will start with a heavy delicious breakfast and thereafter you will drive to Queen Elizabeth National Park which is about 2 hour’s drive from Kibale National Park. Upon reaching, you will check into your accommodation for a hearty lunch and then later in the afternoon you will proceed for a rejuvenating boat cruise on the Kazinga channel which will give you stunning views of the park and an opportunity to view the herds of hippos in water, elephants swimming and drinking water, Nile crocodiles resting at the banks of the Kazinga channel, and for the bird lovers, also be on the lookout for various bird species like the African fish eagle, the yellow billed stork, rare saddle billed stork, grey headed kingfisher, the African skimmer ,Nubian woodpecker, swamp flycatcher, grey capped warbler, little bee eater, Swamp Nightjar among others. Relax for about 10 minutes and embark on an evening game drive at Mweya Peninsula then continue with nightfall game drive at Kasenyi sector with an armed park ranger and spotlight torches to help you spot nocturnals as they hunt for their prey, for example the spotted hyenas, jackals, lions, leopards, buffaloes, elephants, and hippos as they feed on short grass. Later you will return back to your accommodation for dinner and an overnight.
Day 11: Queen Elizabeth National Park – Experiential Lion and Leopard tracking – Crater Lake Exploration
Your Day 11 will start with an early morning heavy breakfast and then you will embark on an amazing experiential lion and leopard tracking through Kasenyi sector, here you will have an opportunity to drive off track while tracing the lions and the leopards of the park. You will also learn about their population, behavior, life style and also any other information concerning them and then you will return back to your accommodation for your heavy delicious lunch. You will spend your afternoon at leisure as you await an evening Crater Lake exploration at Lake Katwe Explosion craters which is a 27km drive through the craters in Queen Elizabeth National Park, on your way you will spot some animals like the lonely male buffaloes and elephants, water bucks, Uganda kobs, sitatunga antelopes, chimpanzees and also flamingos at Lake Munyanyange, termites, snakes among others. Upon reaching, you will see the number one salt distributor in Uganda and learn how salt is extracted, you will also see the Western arm of the Great East African Rift Valley and escarpments during the drive and then return back for dinner and an overnight.
Day 12: Drive to Bwindi Impenetrable Forest National park through Ishasha sector
Day 12 of your Safari will start with an early morning breakfast and then you will check out of your accommodation to proceed to Bwindi Impenetrable Forest National Park which is located south of Queen Elizabeth National Park and it will take about 5 hours to reach the Northern sector of Buhoma. During your journey out of Queen Elizabeth, you will drive through Ishasha sector to search for the tree climbing lions and other wildlife like Topis, Aardvark, lions, elephants, monkeys, Uganda kob, Hippos, leopards, water buck among others which are found in this sector of the park. You will have a lunch stopover in Kihihi and proceed to Bwindi Impenetrable Forest National Park for dinner and an overnight.
Day 13: Bwindi Impenetrable forest National Park – Gorilla Trekking – Batwa Community Encounter
Upon waking up by the beautiful sounds of the birds singing in the sky, you will start your day 13 of the 30 Days Uganda Kenya Tanzania and Zanzibar Safari with an early morning breakfast. Wear appropriate clothing for the day like a long sleeved shirt, a pair of karky or jean trousers, a round cap, water proof boots to protect you against the falling tree branches of the Impenetrable forest and also in case of bad weather, Pack some snacks and water to help in keeping you hydrated during the trek. Proceed to the park’s headquarters for a briefing on the Do’s and the Don’ts while you are with the mountain gorillas, you will also be assigned a park ranger who will guide you during the trek and also a gorilla family to look out for and then start the search for the mountain gorillas which will take about 1 to 7 hours depending on their location. During your trek, you will encounter various primate species like the black and white colobus monkeys, red tailed monkeys, grey mangabeys, and blue monkeys. As your gaze meets the gentle eyes of Africa’s dark-furred Great Apes, you will be allowed to spend a maximum of 1 hour with these majestic creatures as you watch and capture every moment while they go about their day to day activities. During this time you will learn about their ways of life and also try to relate with them so they become used to human presence, your guide will be available to answer any questions you need to know. You will also stand a chance to see many forest dwellers you meet on your way during the search of gorillas including different species of birds, elephant, and antelopes. If lucky, you can as well see chimpanzees. Bwindi is one of the parks where gorillas and chimpanzees coexist in the same environment, you will then return back to your accommodation for a delicious lunch.
Later you will visit the Batwa community who were the early inhabitants of the ancient Impenetrable forest before it became a National park and also a UNESCO World heritage site in 1992 and learn about their social ways of life, how they hunt for food in their ancient ways, visit a Batwa homestead to watch how they dance and also hear ancient legends and their folk songs and then you will return back to your accommodation for dinner and an overnight.
Day 14: Drive to Lake Bunyonyi – Relaxation at Leisure
Upon waking on day 14 of your Safari, you will have a heavy delicious breakfast specifically made for you and then you will drive to Lake Bunyonyi which is a 3 hours’ drive from Bwindi impenetrable forest National Park. Lake Bunyonyi is located in the extreme border between Uganda and Rwanda and it is known for offering a great rest and relaxation to travelers due to its beautiful and breathtaking views. Lake Bunyonyi is the deepest lake in Uganda having 29 different Islands, a fresh climate to relax from and also a clear view of the Virunga Mountains. Upon reaching you will spend the whole day relaxing and enjoying the beautiful views of the lake with a smooth boat ride.
Day 15: Drive to Lake Mburo National Park – Evening to Night Game drive
Upon waking up on day 15 of your 30 Days Safari, you will proceed with your Safari to Lake Mburo National Park where you will have a hearty lunch. You will spend the entire afternoon relaxing at the lodge as you await an evening to night game drive with an armed park ranger and spotlight torches to help you see nocturnals in the night like hyenas, hares, porcupine, honey badgers, white tailed mongoose, jackals, serval cats, bush pigs, civets, galagos, leopards and also hippos while grazing on short grass. You will then return back to your accommodation for dinner and an overnight.
Day 16: Lake Mburo National Park – Nature walk – Transfer to Entebbe International Airport and Fly to Jomo Kenyatta International Airport
After waking up, you will embark on an exploration of Lake Mburo National Park on foot with an armed ranger guide. This experience in Lake Mburo will take you off the beaten track as you will go deep into the bush to enjoy the park and see herds of zebras, giraffes, Elands, impalas, buffalos, Defassa waterbucks, oribis, Topis and reedbuck among others. After this unique experience, you will then drive to Entebbe International Airport to catch your flight to Nairobi where you will have your dinner as well as an overnight.
Day 17: Transfer to Lake Nakuru National Park
Day 17 will start with a delicious breakfast and thereafter you will be picked up from your Hotel in Nairobi and then transfer to Lake Nakuru located in the Northwestern region of Kenya and it is about 3 hours drive. Upon reaching, you will check into your accommodation for a hearty lunch and have relaxation. Later you will have a short game drive which will give you sights of mammals like elephants, black and white rhinos, sported hyenas, buffalos and if lucky you will spot leopards, you will later return back to your lodge for dinner and an overnight.
Day 18: Lake Nakuru National Park – Full day Game Drive
Your day 18 of your Safari will have an early morning breakfast and a full day to explore Lake Nakuru National Park through several game drives. You will have a sunrise game drive since the park seems so beautiful at this time of the day and most animals are usually active. You will search for wildlife like waterbucks, impalas, warthogs, elands, hippopotamus, giraffes, African wild dogs and if lucky you will as well spot lions and leopards. You will return to your lodge for a hearty lunch and then Later in the afternoon, you will have a game drive around Lake Nakuru to watch the eye-catching flocks of the Greater and the lesser flamingos which color the shores of Lake Nakuru pink, you will take various memorable pictures and then later proceed to the Rhino sanctuary which is a home to about 100 white rhinos and 50 black rhinos. Return back to your lodge for dinner and an overnight.
Day 19: Drive to Maasai Mara National Reserve – Evening Game Drive
Your day 19 will begin with a hot delicious breakfast and thereafter check out of your lodge and transfer to Maasai Mara National Reserve which is about 4 hours drive from Lake Nakuru. Upon reaching, you will check into your accommodation for a finger licking lunch and later you will proceed for an evening game drive passing through the dry savannah plains as you look out for species like Elephants, Buffaloes, Rhinos, Lions, impala, hartebeests, roan antelopes, topi, and wildebeest among others. You will then return back to your lodge for your dinner as well as an overnight.
Day 20: Maasai Mara National Reserve – Full day Game Drive
After your delicious breakfast, you will embark on a full day game drive with your packed lunch which will give you an encounter with mammal species like zebras, wildebeests, hippos, giraffes, duikers, impala hartebeests, roan antelopes, topi, wildebeest and Thomson’s gazelles, rhinos, buffaloes, elephants and if lucky you will as well spot leopards, lions, hyenas. Later in the evening hours, return back to your lodge with an amazing evening game drive with an armed park ranger as well as spotlight torches to help you easily spot the nocturnals in the night as they hunt and feed on their prey for example the lions, leopards, hippos, hyenas, cheetahs among others. You will then return back for your dinner and an overnight.
Day 21: Maasai Mara National Park – Morning Nature Walk – Afternoon Maasai Community Encounter
After waking up on day 21, you will have your mouth-watering breakfast and then you will go for a 2 hour Nature walk with a local Maasai guide who will share his experience and expertise with you. He will teach you about the hidden secrets of the African savannah and how the Maasai people track wildlife and birds and also how they find medicine in the bush. You will spend the rest of the morning relaxing at your lodge as you await your lunch. Later you will head out to the Maasai Community living near the park for a rich encounter which will give you the definition of a true African Culture. You will then return back for your dinner as well as an overnight.
Day 22: Transfer to Serengeti National Park through Isebania Boarder
Day 22 of the 30 Days Uganda Kenya Tanzania and Zanzibar Safari will begin with an early morning breakfast and check out of the lodge. You will then embark on morning game drive as you exit Maasai Mara National Reserve to proceed to Serengeti National Park in Tanzania. It will be a long day of driving but the game drives in and out of the parks will be surprisingly rewarding. Dinner and your overnight will be at your lodge.
Day 23: Serengeti National Park – Full day Game drive in Northern Serengeti
Your day 23 will begin with a delicious breakfast and thereafter transfer with your picnic lunch boxes to the Lobo valley for a full day game drive. This part of Serengeti is unspoiled, beautiful and quieter in comparison to the southern Serengeti plains. This area stretches from the Lobo Hills southwards to Seronera and is characterized by green rolling hills which is a pleasant diversion from the much flatter southern plains. However, as the northern Serengeti is much quieter in terms of tourist traffic, it may be worth considering as you will cross this landscape of open grasslands with sprinkles of dense woodlands in complete privacy.
Day 24: Serengeti National Park – Full Day Game drive in Seronera
Day 24 of your safari will have an early morning delicious breakfast and thereafter drive to the Seronera area for a full day exploring this world’s most famous and wildlife sanctuary. You will view the nocturnal predators as they return from hunting and the animals waking up in early morning light. Depending on the time of the year, you can expect to see the migration of millions of Wildebeests and zebras, other mammal species you will see include giraffes, antelopes, monkeys, baboons, hippos, antelopes, the Big 5 including the lions, elephants, buffaloes, rhinos, leopards and many bird species. You will have your picnic lunch as you enjoy the beauty of the park, later in the evening you will return to your accommodation for your dinner as well as an overnight.
Day 25: Transfer to Ngorongoro Crater via Olduvai Gorge with Afternoon Game drive
You will start your day 25 with a lovely morning breakfast with your picnic lunch boxes via the Olduvai Gorge where it is believed the cradle of mankind began. While here, you will encounter and learn about the fossils, stone tools and the skeletons of many extinct animals excavated in the gorge. Thereafter transfer with an afternoon game drive to Ngorongoro Crater which is not only called Africa’s Eden but also the ‘8th Natural Wonder of the World, a visit to the crater is a main draw card for tourists coming to Tanzania and a definite world-class attraction. Ngorongoro Crater is surrounded by a ring of extinct volcanoes and the floor is dotted with watering holes, which shelters 25,000 animals. You will enjoy your picnic lunch as you view the wildlife. Within the crater rim, large herds of zebra and wildebeest graze nearby while sleeping lions laze in the sun. At dawn, the endangered black rhinos then return to the thick cover of the crater forests after grazing on dew-laden grass in the morning mist.
Day 26: Ngorongoro Crater – Morning Game drive – Afternoon Maasai Community Encounter
Wake up early morning on your day 26 of the Safari and have breakfast. You will thereafter descend into the Crater floor which is about 260 sqkm with a depth of over 2000 feet. This 5 hours game drive on the crater floor will show you a lot of wildlife action which has not to be missed therefore keep your Cameras ready. The African elephant, Black rhino, buffalos, Hippos, Cheetahs, Hyenas, and Lions are found in plenty. You will later begin a steep ascend to the top exit of the crater and then return to your lodge for your delicious lunch. You will later spend your afternoon with the Maasai Community living near the Crater. The Maasai are the indigenous owners of these lands and they live in the midst of wilderness sharing almost everything with the wildlife of Ngorongoro. You will interact with them, enjoy their dances which you can join in too since it is interesting. In the evening you will return to your lodge for your freshly prepared dinner and an overnight.
Day 27: Fly to Zanzibar – Stone Town Tour
On your day 27, you will have breakfast and thereafter be transferred to Lake Manyara Airstrip which is a 40 minutes’ drive from Ngorongoro Crater. Here, you will catch your flight to Zanzibar and upon landing, you will meet our guide who will then take you for a Tour to Stone Town which is one of the few remaining ancient Towns in Africa blending African, Indian, Arabian and European cultures. You will have your lunch and dinner as well as an overnight in Stone Town.
Day 28: Full day Stone Town – Spice Farm – Prison Island
You can take some rest and enjoy this paradise made of beautiful beaches of white sands and turquoise water of the Indian Ocean. You will enjoy various activities such as a day tour in Stone Town, Spice farm Tour and Prison Island.
Day 29: Transfer to Nungwi – Full day Relaxation
You will have a delicious breakfast on your day 29 of the 30 Days Uganda Kenya Tanzania and Zanzibar Safari and thereafter transfer to Nungwi beach which is about 1 ½ hours from Stone town. Nungwi beach is a top tourist destination with vast stretches of white sand blanketed by colorful shells and azure blue waters. You will relax and spend your entire day at this beach enjoying the activities, beauty as well as the sunsets.
Day 30: Fly to Julius Nyerere International Airport for your Departure flight
On this final day of your Safari, you will have breakfast and thereafter you will fly to Julius Nyerere International Airport to catch your departure flight back home.
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