Wonders of the Serengeti 

May 23-31, 2021

The SERENGETI, Tanzania is without doubt one of the world’s greatest natural ecosystems.  At over 14,700 sq.km this massive wilderness region is home to an incredible diversity of species and environs, and the highest concentration of large mammals on the planet!  We will be exploring two regions within the central and eastern Serengeti, and during the epic wildebeest migration period, coupled with the highest concentration of lions in Africa and cheetah, giraffe, elephant, zebra, hippo, gazelles and more, there is sure to be endless photographic opportunities.    


One of the regions we explore, is a remote special location, previously closed to the public for twenty years to allow big cat populations to rebound.  Cheetah and lion populations here are extraordinary.  This is tranquil, wild, remote and authentic Africa.    Our other location is set in a picturesque part of the Serengeti, with savannas, woodland and riverine areas.  The camp we have chosen is run entirely by women, highlighting their empowerment within the community.  In the areas we will be visiting, we will have the opportunity to observe the critically endangered black rhino, as well as captivating smaller predators such as bat-eared fox and serval.  Both camps and safari regions expertly conserve wildlife species, habitat diversity and community engagement.  With stellar guiding, delicious cuisine and comfortable accommodations, these camps are top-notch. 



May 23-26:   Each day we will explore the central Serengeti region during two safaris, one early morning and the other late afternoon.  These times take advantage of the best wildlife activity patterns, as well as stunning golden light for photography.  Our small and intimate group will have our own private open-sided safari vehicle and will be able to spend as much time as we wish observing incredible wildlife interactions and behaviours. 

May 27-30:   Around midday of May 27, we will transfer to our second camp in the eastern Serengeti.  This is wild, remote and authentic and again we are treated to a private vehicle for our intimate group.  With two safaris and three meals a day, we will fill our days with photography, wildlife observation and joyful memories around camp meals.  Evenings after dinner, can be spent around the fire pit, stargazing the African night sky.     


May 31:  After an early morning safari and lunch we will transfer to Kilimanjaro airport for flights home. 



$7,250 US per person 

Includes; all accommodations, all meals, all drinks (incl. beer & wine), twice daily safaris, private safari vehicle, National park and conservation fees, all transfers and regional flights, photographic instruction and in-camp laundry.


               TOUR HIGHLIGHTS


  • wildebeest migration in the region 

  • highest density of lions in Africa   

  • excellent cheetah viewing 

  • over 500 bird species 

  • private safari vehicle for our group

  • camps have a high conservation focus  

  • wildlife biologist lead tour

  • small and intimate group 

  • special savings of $5,200 per person

For more information about this stunning Serengeti experience, or to add an incredible extension to observe endangered white and black rhinos,  contact us.