Have Fun with Kenya Tanzania Safari Tours
Regardless of how you travel, nothing beats the feeling of moving around spotting the sprawling wildlife and the rich grassland. Kenya Tanzania safari tours are all you need to get beautiful sights to behold. The trips hinge on the capturing spirit of Kenya and her neighbor Tanzania. You switch between the two witnessing amazing national parks, tented camps, landscapes, and wildlife. It is a chance to get out and feel the majestic power of nature as you travel across the two countries.
The Beauty of Wildlife Safari Africa
Africa is a land of sheer magic, fun, and beauty; it offers you many adventure options and lasting memories to carry back home. From the time you and at the Jomo Kenyatta International Airport in Nairobi Kenya, expect our local guides to take over your safari. They will lead you to some of the best safari excursions within and around the region.
As you enjoy your Kenya Tanzania safari tours, you’ll descend into the Great Rift Valley and watch the African wild. Also, you will see Mount Kenya and Kilimanjaro in the far distance. Amboseli National Parks and Nairobi National Parks will expose you to the Big Five. As you head further into your safari, you’ll encounter the wildebeest migration across the Serengeti and the Mara River.
The Kenya Tanzania Safari Tours Itinerary
Nairobi/ Masai Mara
Arrive at the time of your convenience. Travel comfortably either by air or but to the Masai Mara. You can have an overnight stay at one of the camps located in the heart of the game reserve. While at the Mara enjoy fantastic game drives spotting animals and interacting with the parks rangers. In the evening, settle bank at the camp and enjoy views overlooking the plains of the game reserve. The morning drive is even better; it is the best time to spot the animals. Tour the rolling hills of the African Savanna and also enjoy an afternoon game drive.
Arusha/Lake Mnayara National Park
Plan for Tanzania beach holidays and continue the journey to Arusha, the getaway to Serengeti and the Northern National Parks of Tanzania. Visit Mto Wa Mbu Village and enjoy guided cultural walks as well as a traditional lunch with the local community. While staying at one of the safari camps located outside Lake Manyara National Park, you’ll enjoy unobstructed views of the Rift Valley Escarpment. An afternoon of game drives to enjoy unique wildlife and search for tree-climbing lions will be worth your time.