If you are looking for a transfer from Kilimanjaro Airport Arusha to Serengeti National Park, there are a number of options which one can choose from, including flights, Proffesional Safari Vehicles, or simply driving yourself.
The Serenget National Park is one of Africa’s great tourist attractions and it is located around 425 km from Arusha. When planning a trip from Arusha – Kilimanjaro, it is possible to fly to one of three airports operating within the Serengeti Park region. There are daily flights operating from Kilimanjaro/Arusha which will assist with the transfer to Serengeti Park from Arusha/Moshi.
We provide Private Safari transfers between Kilimanjaro/Arusha to Serengeti National park.. If you are in need of a transport from Kilimanjaro Airport to Serengeti, Our Safari Vehicles are readily available for easy and reliable transfer to Seregeti National Park. Our Cost are effective and great for transporting groups of people such as families or tour groups.
Serengeti National Park Transfer Service
Our Serengeti National Park transfer Service will collect you at your hotel or the airport and take you directly to your lodge at the Serengeti Nationa Park. We do allow stops for bathroom breaks as well as breaks for snacks along the way.
Our drivers are extremely friendly and always helpful. Our guests always come first.
Serengeti National Park is Africa’s most exciting African safari destination. Here at the home of Africa’s Big Five: Elephant, Lion, Rhino, Leopard, and Buffalo, you will discover unique wildlife on a real safari in Africa
Kilimanjaro Airport Transfers to Serengeti FAQ
The best option to get there is to fly into Kilimanjaro International Airport (JRO) which is situated about 46km/29mi from Arusha. It is also possible to fly into Julius Nyerere International Airport (DAR), just outside of Dar es Salaam, and fly on to Arusha Airport (ARK) or Kilimanjaro International Airport (JRO).
Serengeti is best known for its huge herds of plains animals (especially gnu [wildebeests], gazelles, and zebras), and it is the only place in Africa where vast land-animal migrations still take place. The park, an international tourist attraction, was added to the UNESCO World Heritage List in 1981
On average, a one-week safari in Serengeti National Park can cost between $2,500 USD (budget) and $7,500 USD (luxury). Booking a safari with TourRadar provides the advantage of eliminating expenses as most amenities and permits are included in the price of the tour.
The distance between Serengeti National Park and Kilimanjaro International airport is about 420 KM. It takes ab0ut 8 Hours from the airport to Nabi gate in Serengeti.
The Big Five in the Serengeti. The Big Five define that ultimate African safari experience: seeing these impressive animals – lion, rhino, leopard, elephant and Cape buffalo – roaming freely in their own habitat is something you will never forget.
The nearest city, and the city most safari tours begin from, is Arusha. Arusha, a city with a population of just over 400,000, is home to some of the greatest marvels of Tanzania.
Serengeti National Park Mini Guide
Serengeti National Park Overview
The Serengeti National Park was established nearly a hundred years ago as a colonial game reserve, made a National Park in 1951, and later endorsed as a UNESCO World Heritage Site in 1979. One of the last remaining areas of untouched wilderness,
When to go to Serengeti?
The best time to visit the Serengeti is from January to February or from June to October. However, the Serengeti's density of wildlife offers a spectacular safari experience no matter what time of the year you visit, Go when you have time to go.
Where to Stay in Serengeti?
The major distinction that needs to be made is the difference between mobile camps and permanent lodges. The mobile camps follow the migration throughout the year and have two or three ideal locations where they move to. The mobile camps are all tented and provide a more authentic and ‘real’ safari experience. Luxury is not compromised though and there is nothing better than opening the front of your luxury tent in the morning and stepping straight out onto the plains of the Serengeti.<br>
Permanent camps on the other hand, do not move. They are in fixed locations throughout the year meaning that they might not be ideal if you want to witness the migration. The other animal population is so high in the Serengeti that although these camps may not have the migration near to them for a few months of the year, you can still expect to see plenty of predators and other plains game. It is definitely necessary to chat to one of our team to talk you through where the migration is and where the best camps are for the time of year you are looking to travel.<br>
The lodges and camps in the Serengeti do vary in price considerably, ranging from more affordable camps to the highly luxurious and pricey lodges. No matter your budget, all of the camps we recommend for your every need