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Serengeti Safari and Zanzibar
Location: Serengeti National Park and Zanzibar

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Welcome to Tanzania! This gem of a country is a wildlife lover’s paradise, home to some of the most popular safari destinations and unspoiled national parks in Africa. Located in the Great Lakes region of East Africa, Tanzania is known for its vast wilderness regions. After all, this country is home to the Serengeti ecosystem, where millions of plains animals migrate around its fertile savannas.
Upon arrival in the northern city of Arusha, you’ll catch a 30-minute connecting flight to the Seronera Airstrip in Serengeti National Park. This legendary wildlife reserve is the archetypal safari destination. In the Maasai language, the name Serengeti means “endless plains,” and this protected area’s 5,700 sq miles (14,763 sq km) deliver on that promise. The park is a UNESCO World Heritage Site and Biosphere Reserve that supports the largest concentration of plains game globally, including the famous Big Five animals: lions, leopards, buffalo, elephants, and black rhinos.
With any luck, you’ll arrive in the Serengeti at the right time to witness the Great Migration, which typically occurs from June to November. This “greatest wildlife show on earth” sees more than a million wildebeest, plus hundreds of thousands of zebras and Thomson’s gazelles, undertaking the long trek to new grazing grounds. Upon arrival, you’ll head to your camp and enjoy an introductory game drive while en route. Once settled, you can choose to head out for more wildlife spotting or relax in camp with a good book. You’ll have three days here, so there’s no need to rush.
Spend the next couple of days living every wildlife enthusiast’s dream as you embark on safaris across the wondrous Serengeti.
You’ll enjoy both morning and afternoon game drives to witness the wildlife in one of the oldest ecosystems on earth. Don’t forget your camera.
Mornings are the best time to see the animals at their most active. During these early hours, you’ll likely see grazing giraffes and zebras—and perhaps even lions as they hunt wildebeest and gazelles.
Other animals you’re likely to spot include elephants and buffalo, with leopards and rhinos being a less common sight. You can choose to have lunch on the road or back at camp, after which you’ll continue the game drive into the afternoon. Dinner will be served each night in camp.
In the morning, you’ll catch a flight from the Serengeti’s Seronera Airstrip to Zanzibar. This archipelago is regarded as one of East Africa’s most beautiful island destinations.
Upon arrival at the airport, a personal driver will be waiting to transfer you to your beach hotel. After unpacking, feel free to kick back on the sand amid the tall palms and enjoy the fantastic views of the Indian Ocean
Depending on the hotel you select, you may have all modern conveniences and creature comforts at your disposal, such as a private butler/chef, rooftop deck, and plunge pool overlooking the stunning coastline. If that’s the case, you may want to spend the day at your villa and later enjoy a romantic evening.
However, if you feel like venturing out, there’s plenty to do. Take a stroll down the beach, go snorkeling, or participate in one of the many activities available on the island. If you’re traveling with that special someone, you can enjoy a romantic lunch on your own private sandbank. Like in the Serengeti, there’s no need to rush because you’ll have multiple days to explore every corner of the island. 

There are many optional activities to keep you busy in Zanzibar. Of course, the main attractions are its inviting beaches. You can easily spend the next couple of days relaxing on one of these prized stretches of sand. Or, if you’re feeling social, there’s no shortage of beach clubs and party vibes in the coastal village of Nungwi. If calm and relaxation are your goals, head to Michamvi Kae for some isolation.

Maybe you’d prefer a snorkeling or diving tour. Matemwe, on the northeast coast, is the best place for either activity, as it provides access to the coral reefs around the Mnemba Atoll. Or spend a day at Jozani Forest, home to exotic animals like the red colobus monkey. Explore the Kuumbi Caves in Jambiani on the southeast coast for more nature. There are options besides swimming and hiking, like surfing, kayaking in mangrove forests, or cycling around the island. You could also head out to sea for a sport-fishing adventure to reel in some marlin and sailfish.
You’ll want to spend time in the main town, too. Besides beaches and nature, Zanzibar boasts a rich history. The medieval center of the capital, Stone Town, is a UNESCO World Heritage Site. This warren of alleyways, shops, bazaars, and mosques is home to some of Zanzibar’s most historic buildings. One standout is the Arab Fort, a defensive fortification built in the 17th century. A great activity is to stroll Stone Town and admire its unique mix of Arabic architecture and Indian influences. You can also visit the solemn site of a former slave market and learn about this sad part of the island’s history.

Unfortunately, it’s time to leave the tropical paradise. You’ll transfer to Zanzibar’s airport in the morning and fly to Arusha, where you’ll catch your connecting flight home. Safe travels!


  • See exotic animals on game drives in Serengeti National Park
  • Overnight in a safari camp right on the Serengeti savanna
  • Relax on the white-sand beaches of Zanzibar
  • Enjoy optional activities like snorkeling, caving, surfing, and more

Tour Features:

Mid-range tour

This mid-range tour uses tented camps which are budget.


Private tour

This tour will be organized exclusively for you and won’t be shared 

No Fixed Date

If availability permits, this tour can start on any day.

“If I have ever seen magic, it has been in Africa”  –  Hemingway

Four days; Serengeti is a huge national park so we would recommend minimum four days in order to properly explore it and find the wildlife. Being so large, you do need to spend time driving around looking for the Big Five, which takes time. Plus in four days you’ll experience different weather and a variety of safari experiences.

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.

YES! Overall, it is entirely possible to have an epic safari on both a high and low budget. If you don’t mind foregoing certain frills and sticking to a larger, easier-to-reach national park, then the low end offers a unique opportunity for adventure that certain seasoned travelers prefer.

The most convenient option is to fly from Arusha to one of the park’s seven airstrips. It is also possible to book an overland safari in a 4×4 safari vehicle from Arusha to Serengeti National Park and visit one or two other parks along the way.

Short answer: no. Public restroom facilities are few and far between within national parks. If the call of nature hits while you’re out on safari and you can’t hold it until you get back to camp, you’ll be paying a stop to the bush toilet.

The North of the Serengeti is hugely popular due to the high-quality campsites and also because it is by far the best place to see the herds of the Great Migration. The North is also the chosen region for safari aficionados because it’s one of the finest regions for a walking safari as well as driving.

The North of the Serengeti is hugely popular due to the high-quality campsites and also because it is by far the best place to see the herds of the Great Migration. The North is also the chosen region for safari aficionados because it’s one of the finest regions for a walking safari as well as driving.

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