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Serengeti Airport & Airstrips Transfers

Seronera Airstrips transfers to four seasons Serengeti | Kilimanjaro Airport | Arusha Airport | Dar es salaam Airport | Abeid Amani Zanzibar Airport

What's on offer?

Seronenra Airstrip transfers Four Seasons Serengeti: Book a stress-free one-way private transfer from Seonera  Airstrip to to all Hotels, tented camps, and lodges in Central Serengeti . Enjoy scenic views in a comfortable 4×4 Toyota Land Cruiser with a professional driver. 

Provide your flight details, and your driver will greet you at the Seronera airstrip exit, assist with your luggage, and transfer you to any accommodation in Central Serengeti. 

Simply relax and head straight to the reserve upon landing. Simplify your journey with this hassle-free airport transfer service.

  • Sit back and relax with a pre-booked transfers from Seronenra.
  • Simplify your trip with the convenience of this airstrip transfers.
  • Head directly to your accommodation once you land in Seronera.

Why Choose Serengeti Trips?

Serengeti Trips Tanzania : is one of the leading 4×4 safari car rental agencies and tour operato in Tanzania specialized in self-drive car hire at the cheapest price on the market. With our extensive fleet we wish to enable you to Drive Your Own Adventure, visiting less travelled destinations and catering to all budgets. 

At Serengeti Trips, we pride ourselves on our amazing customer service norms, and we offer the all of our clients, free callbacks, free airport transfer and pick up, and a large selection of 4×4 cars in all of our sites guaranteeing you have the most ideal choice to look over. Serving most of the East African major gateways for business and leisure, we have a large fleet of 4×4 safari vehicles in all models and size for our clients to look over.

We have skilled and experienced English speaking drivers / guides from USD40 per day, knowledgeable about the East African flora, fauna, avi-fauna, history and cultures, to make your trip enjoyable.

Seronera Aistrip transfer to four Seasons Serengeti FAQ:

Guests may travel to the Serengeti by vehicle (transfer, self drive or guided safari) or by flight on a light aircraft to one of the Serengeti airstrips in the national park. Your journey usually starts from the town of Arusha -which is considered to be the gateway to the Serengeti- or Kilimanjaro International Airport (JRO). 

The main access gates open at 06H00 and close at 18H00. We recommend not to arrive at any of the gates later than 15H00 so that you will arrive at your final destination (lodge or camp) in time.

The per person park fee currently is US$ 70.80 per adult per day (valid up to 30 June 2021). High season park fees (US$ 82.60 per adult per day) apply between 1 July 2021 and 14 March 2022, and between 16 May 2022 and 30 June 2022. The park fee for children (aged between 5 and 15 years old) is US$ 23.60 per day, regardless of the season. Children below the age of 5 may enter the Serengeti free of charge. All main entry gates accepts credit cards.

Most Serengeti safaris start from Arusha Airport (ARK). A flight from Arusha to one of the main Serengeti airstrips takes between 1 hour and 10 minutes and 2 hours and 40 minutes, depending on the airstrip location. 

Bear in mind that departure times and routings may vary depending on traveller requirements and local weather conditions. As these flights service multiple lodges and airstrips it is possible that multiple stops are made en route to your destination (with a maximum of three landings). 

When starting from Kilimanjaro International Airport (JRO) one should add approximately 30 minutes to the above mentioned flight times. Read all about flights to Serengeti.

The Serengeti has multiple entry gates, the most important ones being: Naabi Hill Gate, Ndabaka Gate, Klein’s Gate and Bolognya Gate. Your entry gate depends on the lodge where you will be staying. Lodges and camps located in the Seronera sector of the Serengeti may be accessed through Naabi Hill Gate.

The Serengeti offers outstanding wildlife viewing all year round. However, most travellers prefer to include the chance to witness the Great Migration. 

Winter is the best time to see the herd in Southern Serengeti, while the Western Corridor and Northern Serengeti are the best places to spend the summer and autumn months. 

However, the park becomes rather busy in peak periods and accommodation prices come at a premium. Most Serengeti lodges offer substantially lower rates (often referred to as ‘green season’ rates) in April and May. 

Moreover, outside peak periods the Serengeti is far less crowded, whilst wildlife viewing options are still superb. So… the best time to travel really depends on your personal preferences. That being said: most travellers (and so many people can’t be wrong) pick the dry season (late June – October) for a Serengeti safari.

 This is the time that the Great Migration is at its absolute prime and your chances of witnessing a river crossing are at their best. Read all about when to travel to the Serengeti.

In wildnerness areas, such as the Serengeti, specific animal sightings can never be guaranteed as wildlife roams freely in a massive area. 

Consequently, we are unable to tell you in advance whether you will be seeing leopards, cheetahs, lions, or other wildlife species. However, as you are well aware, Serengeti National Park is world-renowned for its incredible wildlife numbers, big cats, and the biggest wildlife event in the world: the Great Migration. 

Serengeti National Park boasts all Big Five species (elephant, buffalo, rhino, lion and leopard) and your chances of seeing these species are good. The Serengeti ecosystem is home to more species and individuals than any other wildlife area in Africa.

More than 300 mammal species occur in Serengeti National Park. This fantastic variety of species is the result of the Serengeti being a transition area: poorer soils in the north and richer soils in the south support a myriad of different habitats and vegetation types. As the Serengeti is able to support massive herds of ungulates it also sustains the greatest concentration of large predators in the world.