55 Days Cape Town To Nairobi & Gorilla Lionking Safari

55 Days Cape Town To Nairobi & Gorilla Lionking Safari

Africa – You can see a sunset and believe you have witnessed the Hand of God. You watch the slope lope of a lioness and forget to breathe. You marvel at the tripod of a giraffe bent to water. In Africa, there are iridescent blues on the wings of birds that you do not see anywhere else in nature. In Africa, in the midday heart, you can see blisters in the atmosphere. When you are in Africa, you feel primordial, rocked in the cradle of the world.

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Safari Highlights

Spanning 9 countries over 55 days the Cape Town to Nairobi and Gorillas Safari our overland adventure vehicles will take you across the rugged terrain to explore the Okavango Delta, the depths of the Ugandan Wilderness and the vast deserts of Namibia.

  • Witness giant sand dunes in Namibia

  • Victoria Falls

  • • Meet mountain gorillas in Uganda

  • Etosha National Park

  • Serengeti & Ngorongoro Crater visit

  • Zanzibar excursion (3 days)

Day By Day Itnerary

It’s really beautiful. It feels like God visits everywhere else but lives in Africa.

Day 1 Cape Town, South Africa

Upon your arrival in Cape Town, you will be transported to your hostel. Following a pre-departure meeting with your group, you should ensure that you have all necessary visas for the trip.

You will then have free time to explore the Mother City, but please be back in time for the welcome meeting. Take a few hours to discover this cosmopolitan city rich in history and extremely diverse in culture. The city boasts over three million residents and is the Western Cape’s capital. If you arrive early you can spend time exploring the eclectic streets and cafes of Cape Town or take a trip on the city sightseeing bus.

Day 2 Cape Town – Cederberg, South Africa

On day two we make our way out of the city to start our adventure with a stopover by the coast. Here, we visit a local vineyard,

do some wine tasting, play some football with the local children and spend time exploring the camp surrounds in this stunning area of South Africa. There is also a swimming pool at the campsite where you can chill out. We visit !Khwa ttu San Culture and Education Centre where you have the rare opportunity to interact with the young San women and men while learning about their fascinating history and cultural traditions. The local wines of this area are also superb so why not sample a few. You can visit a wine cooperative as an optional excursion allowing you the chance to learn about these wines while sipping your favourite overlooking the surrounding winelands.

Day 3 Cederberg – Orange River, South Africa

On day three we make our way northward to the South African side of the Orange (Gariep) River.

Following camp setup, we indulge in some early evening swimming, unwinding and maybe even some river canoeing (optional). Or just sit by the banks and watch the water wind it’s way to some heavy rapids.

Day 4 Orange River – Fish River Canyon, Namibia

Today we cross the border into Namibia, so be sure to have your correct visa ready. We then travel through to the magnificent Fish River Canyon,

the biggest in the continent and the second largest in the world. Take some time to explore the canyon rim and admire the dramatic sunset as it disappears behind the edge of the canyon. After snapping some amazing pics, we head back to camp for the rest of the evening. The Fish River stretches 650 kms in length, making it Namibia’s longest river. It’s source is located in the eastern Naukluft Mountains and runs southwest of Ai-Ais into the Oranje. The canyon itself is situated along the lower area of the Fish River, and is one of the most remarkable natural creations of Southern Africa. It runs 550 metres deep, 27 kilometres wide and is the oldest canyon in the world, formed around 500 million years back, with some of its bottom rocks aging up to about 2,600 million years. Cat fish can be found in the River and survive the arid seasons by digging into the mud and waiting for the water to return. The levels of the water are usually highest from February to April, and the highest known temperature at the Canyon’s floor is 58 degrees Celsius.

Day 5 Fish River Canyon – Namib Desert, Namibia

We travel further north today, passing the small and isolated towns of Bethanien and Helmeringhausen on the way to the Namib Desert.

Namib’ comes from the Nama culture, with the name referring to a huge savannah located in the Desert. The region is extremely arid, receiving less than 100 millimetres of yearly rainfall. After a long day driving bumpy roads, we arrive at our destination in the late afternoon. Find yourself surrounded by the red sand dunes of Sossusvlei glimmering in the light of dusk as they form the gateway to the Namib Desert. This is a truly remote area, giving you a sense of being alone with nature.

Day 6 Namib Desert, Namibia

This morning we explore Sesriem Canyon before continuing onto the desert dunes where we climb the famous Dune 45.

We will be visiting Sossusvlei today which is a clay pan enclosed by the world’s largest sand dunes and surrounding ancient dead trees. The Tsauchab River flows through the Sesriem Canyon every 5 – 10 years, thereby creating the nearby salt and clan pan of Sossusvlei. You can take an optional guided walk around the dunes or explore the area on your own. We will then return to our campsite at lunch time and pack up camp before heading off to our next campsite within the Namib desert.

Day 7 Namib Desert – Swakopmund, Namibia

Today gives you the opportunity to truly explore the Namib Desert as you spend hours traversing across this barren area and cross through a couple of arid mountain passes.

Prior to your arrival in the adrenaline capital of Swakopmund, you will travel past Walvis Bay – the only town on the Namibian shoreline that contains a deep-sea harbour. We spend two evenings in this region, where you will have time to explore the town drenched in history. Swakopmund is home to spectacular lunar landscapes, vibrant sunsets and strange prehistoric Welwitchia vegetation.

Day 8 Swakopmund, Namibia

Today is free for you to explore Swakopmund and it’s many activities on offer

Sandboarding in the Namib Desert 600NAD per person – Grab a board and sail down the dunes for an adrenaline kick of note. Skydiving in Swakopmund 2800NAD per person – Take a plummet into the skies of Namibia with your trusted and skilled instructor. Swakopmund Guided Cultural Tour 500NAD per person – Enjoy a historical guided tour of the back streets of Swakopmund and visit the home of a local ethic Herero woman. Sip on local brews at a ‘shebeen’ (pub).Skeleton Coast Scenic Flight 5000NAD per person – Get a bird’s eye view of the ship wrecks, Damaraland and the unusual Spitzkoppe rock formations

Day 9 Swakopmund – Spitzkoppe, Namibia

In the morning we make our way north to the granite rocks of Spitzkoppe. You can explore on foot and spend the evening relaxing

while looking up at the beautiful night’s sky! We will be roughing a bit in the bush tonight with long-drop toilets and no running water.

Day 10 Spitzkoppe – Damaraland, Namibia

Admire the incredible desert landscapes that seem to never end as we head towards Damaraland

Around 100,000 Damara people reside in Namibia, all sharing a common language with the Nama, but keeping a distant relationship with each other. Some evidence suggests that the Damara have gathered small herds of stock for thousands of years, as well as grow tobacco and pumpkins (and, more recently, vegetables and corn). We stop a few times for you to browse and shop their local arts before heading to the Damaraland Living Museum where we learn about the lost culture of the Damara People.The region is well-known for its bushmen paintings that can be spotted all over the area and you can go on an optional Pre-historic Rock Engravings Tour (100NAD) exploring Namibia’s first UNESCO World Heritage Site.

Day 11 Damaraland – Etosha National Park, Namibia

As we enter the park, we embark on a game drive through Etosha’s massive arid pan in search of elephant, hippo, antelope herds and lions gathered around the waterholes.

Once the sun has set, spend some time observing wildlife at the watering holes, located close to the secure camping space that is floodlit. Daytime game drive will be in the overland truck, with an optional open vehicle night game drives on offer with a naturalist guide at 660NAD.

Day 12 Etosha National Park, Namibia

Today is a full day of driving in the park in search of wildlife such as lions, rhinos, elephants, giraffes, blue wildebeest, springbok, zebra, and hyenas.

There is again the option of joining in on an Open Vehicle Wildlife Safari Drive (660NAD) with a naturalist guide who will take you in search of wildlife at dusk and into the early evening to view the nocturnal wildlife.

Day 13 Etosha National Park – Windhoek, Namibia

Today we leave Etosha and head south through the Namibian countryside towards Windhoek.

We stop for lunch at Penduka Village Restaurant and Shop where you can stretch you legs and enjoy refreshments. Please note that as this is a combo tour some of your fellow travellers might be ending their journey in Windhoek while you may also be joined by new travellers starting their journey. This evening you can choose to enjoy an optional group dinner with both old and new travellers. Windhoek is Namibia’s capital city, with a population of around 230,000 and an altitude of 1,654 metres. During WW1, Windhoek was taken over by South African troops and was converted into a British dominion. Until Namibia’s independence in 1990, Windhoek was known as the capital of Southwest Africa.

  • Accommodation: Camp Urban Camp
  • Meals Planed: B,L & D

Day 14 Windhoek – Ghanzi, Botswana

Today we make our way across the border into Botswana. Please ensure to have your visa ready at this point.

We travel through the eastern portion of Namibia today, entering Botswana and making our way into the centre of the Kalahari. Take this chance to embark on a San Bushmen Walk (10USD) with a local San Bushmen guide to be educated about plenty of interesting bush skills.Ghanzi, situated in the western side of Botswana on the northern edge of the Kalahari Desert, is the administrative hub of the Ghanzi District and is also referred to as the ‘Capital of the Kalahari’. Ghanzi is a fascinating town, focused on farming that provides the Botswana Meat Commission with majority of the required beef produce. Ghanzi is mostly made up of a wide range of ethnic cultures, including the Bushman, Batawana and Afrikaners.

Day 15 Ghanzi – Maun, Botswana

We will leave Ghanzi in the morning and drive across Botswana towards Maun. For those of you who want to have a different view of the Okavango Delta you can take a flight over and see the vast wilderness and waterways and hippos below (120USD).

Maun is the gateway to the Okavango Delta and enjoys the reputation of being the premier town of Botswana. It was initially founded in 1915 by the Batawana, with the name ‘Maun’ meaning ‘place of reeds’. Though officially still a village, Maun is the fifth biggest town in Botswana. It is a diverse combination of contemporary structures and traditional huts. Maun is renowned as the tourism capital of Botswana and the administrative hub of the Ngamiland district. The town has swiftly grown from a rural town, stretching along the Thamalakane River. However, it still manages to maintain a rural atmosphere and local tribesmen continue to lead their cattle to the town to sell. This community is presently peppered along the broad Thamalakane Riverbanks, where red lechwe can still be spotted grazing near local donkeys, goats and cattle.

Day 16 Maun – Okavango Delta, Botswana

Today we embark on our thrilling adventure into the Delta as we travel in safari vehicles. We then board our mokoros (traditional dugout canoes) that carry us into the depths of the Delta.

A few hours later we arrive at our bush camp for lunch and set up our tents. In the afternoon we will set off on a guided walk to spot wildlife in the bush while in the evening we will be joined by the locals for some singing and dancing around the campfire. Our basic camp has a bush toilet with no shower, but you are surrounded by the beauty of nature so it is well worth it. The water rushing into the delta is extremely pure, mostly because of the lack of agriculture and industry along the Okavango River. It runs through the sand aquifers of the various delta islands and evaporates, leaving massive amounts of salt remaining. The Okavango Delta experiences seasonal flooding, which starts every mid-summer in the north and six months later in the south. During the peal floods, the islands of the Delta can completely hidden beneath the water, making an appearance again at the end of the season.

Day 17 Okavango Delta – Gweta, Botswana

Admire one final sunrise as you take part in a wildlife walk in the Delta before returning back to Maun. Take the trip back in your mokoro, followed by the safari drive before arriving around lunchtime.

We hop back on the Overland truck and head to Gweta where we are treated to the unique experience of camping beneath beautiful old Baobab trees. On arrival at our campsite, you can take a walk around and relish a nice shower or swim in the pool after a night in the bush. The town of Gweta is located between the bigger towns of Nata and Maun, on the Makgadikgadi Pan’s rim.

Day 18 Gweta – Kasane

We make our way to Chobe National Park, home to the biggest population of elephants in Southern Africa

. In the afternoon, feel free to embark on an optional game drive through the Park (50USD), or better yet, an optional Chobe River Sunset Boat Cruise (50USD). Either way relish the incredible wildlife inland or along the river’s banks. Chobe National Park is one of the world’s last remaining large wilderness regions. In terms of size, the Chobe NP is the third biggest reserve in the country, sporting the most diverse and fantastic fauna and flora. The reserve has the biggest elephant population in the continent with the majority forming part of the largest surviving elephant concentrations in the world.

Day 19 Kasane – Victoria Falls, Zimbabwe

We will cross the border today as we venture into Zimbabwe at the Kazangula border post to see the awe-inspiring Victoria Falls. Please ensure you have the correct visa ready at the border

. The Zambezi River has eroded a passage over time which has deepened into an exit gorge forming Victoria Falls. On arrival we sit down to enjoy a traditional meal courtesy of the Lusumpuko Women’s Club. Enjoy a farm-to-table style meal with local seasonal produce while supporting the local community. You have the option of going on a Zambezi River Sunset Cruise (50USD) to enjoy a picture-perfect sunset while sipping on cold drinks with a festive atmosphere – the perfect way to end a day. Or take a Helicopter flip (160USD) to see Victoria Falls in all its beauty from above as the river makes its way to the gorge and plummets to the depth below. You will possibly also be able to spot giraffes and elephants in the surrounding area.

Day 20 Victoria Falls, Zimbabwe

In the morning we make our way north to the granite rocks of Spitzkoppe. You can explore on foot and spend the evening relaxing

while looking up at the beautiful night’s sky! We will be roughing a bit in the bush tonight with long-drop toilets and no running water.

Day 21 Victoria Falls, Zimbabwe

Today is our third day in Victoria Falls where you can take part in any other adventures you have not experienced yet such as Ziplining (45USD), a Bridge Swing over the Zambezi (160USD) or a Sunset Cruise (58USD).

As this is a combo tour, you may be saying goodbye to some friends made and hello to other new travel partners today. For this reason there is also a welcome meeting today to brief you on the next leg of your travels.

Day 22 Victoria Falls – Lusaka, Zambia

Today’s lengthy adventure through rugged roads leads us to an exclusive game farm located 20 kilometres outside of Zambia’s capital, Lusaka.

Here, you will be able to admire the many zebra, buffalo and springboks that wander freely around the area. At the campsite you can unwind next to the swimming pool, or at the camp’s bar.Note: As this is an overnight stop alongside two long travel days, you will unfortunately not have time to explore Lusaka as your camp is 29km outside of the town

Day 23 Lusaka – South Luangwa, Zambia

We travel across the Zambian countryside making our way to our camp for the evening

on the banks of the Luangwa River.

Day 24 South Luangwa, Zambia

Today you are free to explore the South Luangwa National Park. There are plenty of activities to partake in and enrich your time here such as walking safaris, night drives and a visit to the local village.

We highly recommend the walking safari as South Luangwa is the birth place of walking safaris in Africa and there is loads to see and experience in this park

Day 25 South Luangwa – Chipata, Zambia

This morning you can enjoy an optional morning walk (seasonal) or drive in the park.

We later head to the community empowerment Tribal Textiles Market & Courtyard Cafe for lunch and a craft workshop. The day ends when we arrive at camp in Chipata.

Day 26 Chipata – Kande Beach, Malawi

We cross the border into Malawi today, so be sure to once again have your visa ready. This will be our home for four evenings allowing is to unwind on the shores of ‘the Lake of Stars’.

Beach strolls, swimming in the sparkling water and snorkelling among exotic fish are all part of your incredible stay here. Pay a visit to a range of lakeside camps as we drive northward along Lake Malawi’s shores. For the most part, Malawi is very conservative so please show your respect by remaining covered in public without exposing shoulders and knees outside of camp boundaries. The Lake is the primary attraction of Malawi, and is around 500 kilometres in length. Lake Malawi houses more fish species than any other lake in the world and has large shoals of Chichlids. Locals depend heavily on the lake for survival – they use mokoros (dugout canoes) to fish from and throw out long nets. There is also a wide variety of diverse ethnic groups here, all speaking their own language

Day 27 Kande Beach, Malawi

Take some time today to relax and enjoy Kande Beach. Explore the area by foot, go snorkelling or enjoy a village tour.

A traditional dinner cooked by the locals will be enjoyed tonight

Day 28 Kande Beach – Chitimba, Malawi

In the morning we will leave the Kande beach and drive north to Chitimba beach complete with beautiful views of Tanzania across the lake and mountains in the background

You are free to spend the afternoon exploring.

Day 29 Chitimba, Malawi

We have a final day at Lake Malawi today for you to take time to see and do anything that your heart desires, such as swimming or snorkelling, or visiting the local village (10USD).

There is also a hike along the Nyika Plateau all the way up o Livingstonia where you can have a great view of Lake Malwai (5USD).

Day 30 Chitimba – Iringa, Tanzania

We make our way into Tanzania today, travelling out of the Great Rift Valley through some incredible mountain passes.

During our journey we are spoilt with beautiful scenery of the massive tea plantations in the highlands as we head through to Iringa, where we set up camp.

Day 31 Iringa – Dar es Salaam, Tanzania

Today we depart for Dar Es Salaam, a city that began as a fishing village before becoming a port and trading hub. It will be a long driving day of about 10 hours excluding border formalities.

Dar Es Salaam, or ‘Abode of Peace’ in Arabic, is Tanzania’s biggest city, with a population of more than 2.5 million. It is also the country’s wealthiest city, and a significant economic hub.

Day 32 Dar es Salaam – Nungwi/Stone Town, Zanzibar

We will take a ferry to explore the picturesque beaches of the northern tip of Stone Town. During your stay here we encourage you to dress modestly due to the Muslim religion.

Women are asked to cover up and men should refrain from wearing shorts. Please always ask before taking photographs.

Day 33 Zanzibar Beach Resort

Today we take time walking along the beaches or going snorkeling (35-60USD), scuba diving (65USD), or sailing the azure waters on traditional boats (60-100USD including lunch and canoe trip).

Explore the sealife of Mnemba island and relish the turquoise coastline. The locals here get very excited about seeing visitors and will offer you a plethora of activities to partake in. Try not to be overwhelmed by their enthusiasm!

  • Accommodation: Camp Fun Beach
  • Meals Planed: B,L & D

Day 34 Stone Town, Zanzibar

We will travel back to Stone Town stopping for a guided tour of the spice plantation where you can walk through the farmlands and learn more about the spices and their medicinal and culinary uses.

Prick your senses as you familiarize yourself with black pepper, cardamon, cinnamon, nutmeg, vanilla and lemon grass.Have the rest of the day free to explore the cobble streets of Stone Town. Marvel at Arabic buildings while getting lost in narrow lanes exploring local artworks, antique shops and traditional printed fabrics.

Day 35 Stone Town – Bagamoyo, Zanzibar

A ferry will take us back to the mainland and we make our way north to the coastal town of Bagamoyo. Recently named a World Heritage Site, Bagamoyo was an important trading ports to the central east African coast in the late 19th century.

If you have booked the Zanzibar Express you will remain in Stone Town where you can enjoy a free day of shopping, relaxing or wandering through the markets. Tomorrow you will fly to Arusha to meet the group.

Day 36 Bagamoyo – Arusha, Tanzania

Today we pass Mount Kilimanjaro, Africa’s tallest mountain, and make our way toward Arusha. Situated at the base of Africa’s fifth tallest mountain, Mount Meru, Arusha is our base for the evening.

This region is often referred to as the ‘safari capital’ of Tanzania. Arusha offers up plenty of protected national reserves and mountains, while being a picturesque contemporary town. In the afternoon you will have time to pack a day-pack for our three-day excursion to the Serengeti and Ngorongoro Crater. Be sure to pack warm clothing for the evenings and insect repellent, sunscreen and water for the hot days. Zanzibar Express: You will be transferred this morning from Stone Town to the airport for a scenic flight to Arusha. From Arusha you will be taken to the camp where you will meet up with the group.

Day 37 Serengeti National Park / Ngorongoro Conservation Area, Tanzania

Following breakfast, we start our adventure into the Serengeti National Park and the magnificent Ngorongoro Crater – two of Africa’s leading wildlife regions.

Your 3 day and 2 night excursion starts a you hop on the specialised 4×4 safari vehicle which leads us on an incredible game drive through the Park by expert driver/guides. The trucks we use have sliding windows and a big, pop-up roof that is ideal for fantastic game viewing.With an area of 14,763 square kilometres, the Serengeti is incredibly vast. We camp and spend time game viewing in the central Serengeti ‘Seronera’ region, which is situated in the southeast of the Park. You can expect to see a variety of wildlife such as buffaloes, lions, zebras, wildebeest, elephants along with many other animals.Due to the size of the reserve, certain areas will not be available to visit during our stay here. As we travel through the Ngorongoro Conservation Area and into the Serengeti National Park, you will begin to realise the enormity of this region, admiring the huge populations of wildlife that roam the acacia-spotted plains.

Day 38 Serengeti National Park – Ngorongoro Crater, Tanzania

We will continue to experience the Serengeti on more game drives in the morning.

When we return to the campsite we will pack up and journey to the Ngorongoro Crater for spectacular views of the rim populated with a variety of wildlife where we will camp for the night. Some of you may have pre-booked a Serengeti Balloon Safari in which case this activity will likely take place today. In this case you will miss the morning game drive.

Day 39 Ngorongoro Crater, Tanzania

Today we travel to the Crater floor, taking in the massive variety of fauna and flora, including zebra, gazelle, impala and cheetah that are enclosed by the Crater’s walls.

Following our last safari we make our way back to Arusha.

Day 40 Arusha – Nairobi, Kenya

Depart Arusha in the morning and travel overland to Nairobi. Please note that this is a combination tour, and some of your fellow group members may be finishing their tour on this evening

There will be a border crossing so get your passports ready.

Day 41 Nairobi, Kenya

Enjoy a free day in Nairobi to explore, or

relax, before heading off to Uganda.

Day 42 Nairobi – Masai Mara National Reserve, Kenya

We will drive across the Rift Valley to the most famous national park in Africa, Masai Mara National Game Reserve.

We enjoy the afternoon on a game drive in search of the Big Five. We arrive at camp for the evening in the afternoon. Once settled in, we embark on another game drive in the park.

Day 43 Masai Mara National Reserve, Nairobi

With an early start to the morning we embark on another game drive in the park.

Enjoy the variety of game viewing today as we cross the plains and rivers of the Masai Mara National Reserve.

Day 44 Masai Mara – Lake Nakuru National Park

We leave behind the Masai Mara and make our way to Lake Nakuru National park today

Our afternoon is spent game driving through the national park in search of the many animals such as the black rhino, buffalo, impala and the elusive leopard

Day 45 Lake Nakuru National Park – Eldoret

Enjoying one last game drive before making our way to Eldoret.

Day 46 Eldoret – Kampala, Uganda

Get your passport ready for more countries to add as you enter Uganda. We will camp outside of the country’s capital today.

Enjoy a welcome meeting to connect with your new travel companions.

Day 47 Kampala – Lake Bunyoni, Uganda

Today we head towards Lake Bunyonyi, making our way across the equator and enjoying a meal at a Cafe upon our arrival.

Day 48 Gorilla Trek, Bwindi Impenetrable National Park

Our time in this lush, magical, mountainous region of Uganda is spent on unforgettable guided trek deep into the forest-sloped volcanoes for a wild encounter of a family of mountain gorillas (Gorilla Permits Included).

Bwindi Impenetrable National Park is the home to approximately half of the world’s population of mountain gorillas, the world’s most endangered ape. One of Africa’s major highlights, a close encounter with these amazing animals is simply breathtaking. The terrain is rough and at times muddy and slippery. It can rain at a moment’s notice; hence waterproof clothing is essential along with protective bags for your camera and film. We also suggest dressing in ‘layers’ as often it’s chilly at first until you start trekking. We also suggest long sleeves and long pants to protect you from stinging nettles found in the forests. The trek can last up to 6 hours, exceeding altitudes of 2500m. It is essential to keep hydrated at all times. About 98% of the trekking is successful but we cannot guarantee that there will be gorillas seen as they are always moving around. For the remainder of your time here, you have the chance to participate in optional activities. You will be sub-divided into groups of 8 to protect the Gorillas from too much exposure or disruption.

Day 49 Lake Bunyonyi, Uganda

Enjoy a day of leisure or partake in one or two of the activities listed below. Canoe rental (10USD) Paddle around the islands of Lake Bunyonyi. Bird watching (5USD) ‘Bunyoni’ actually means ‘place of little birds in the local language and this is a haven for bird lovers.Nature Walk (5USD) Take a lovely walk around the area to see the incredible landscape of Lake Bunyonyi, the villages and the local communities.

Motorboat Tour of Lake Bunyonyi (25-80USD) Enjoy a relaxing boat trip along the Lake as you spot wildlife and learn about the surrounding islands. Rwanda Day Tour (40-250USD) There is plenty of culture and history in the ‘land of a thousand hills’. An East African visa will need to be purchased for this section

Day 50 Lake Bunyonyi – Kalinzu Forest Reserve, Uganda

We will travel across the countryside of Uganda today.

Day 51 Kalinzu Forest Reserve – Lake Mburo National Park, Uganda

An early morning rise will enable us to go on a chimpanzee tracking excursion after which we will visit a tea plantation where a local guide will inform you about the varieties

of tea and the farming process before making our way to Lake Mburo. Enjoy an optional boat cruise on the lake in the afternoon.

Day 52 Eldoret – Nairobi, Kenya

Our tour ends after we have safely arrived in Nairobi in the late afternoon.

Day 53 Jinja

Spend time exploring Jinja and taking part in activities such as Quad Biking along the banks of the Nile (99USD) or Mountain Biking in the Mabira Forest (45USD).

Day 54 Jinja – Eldoret

We will cross over into Kenya for a night in Eldoret which is an overnight stop to break the long driving days.

Day 55 Eldoret – Nairobi, Kenya

Our tour ends after we have safely arrived in Nairobi in the late afternoon

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The price includes morning and afternoon teas, continental breakfast, daily lunches and dinner with beverages (local beer, wine, and soft drinks), and bottled water.

Include

  • Lodge safari according to the itinerary
  • Transportation in a 4×4 safari vehicle
  • Professional, English-speaking guide
  • Overnight accommodation according to the itinerary
  • Meals according to the itinerary
  • Mineral water
  • All mentioned activities
  • All national park fees
  • Flying Doctors insurance (AMREF) during the safari
Exclude

  • Flights
  • Optional activities
  • Alcoholic and soft drinks
  • Visa fees
  • Tips
  • Personal spending money for souvenirs etc.
  • Travel insurance
Location

Northern Tanzania Safari Circuit

Payment
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A deposit of 45% is required when booking this tour. The remaining balance will be charged On arrival or 72 hours before arrival date.

Travel Insurance

We advise to take out Travel Insurance to cover for any unforeseen circumstances. M.T.Expedition recommends World Nomads' travel insurance.

Group

With ample capability and experience on handling groups M.T.Expedition gives no limit on this tour

Cancellation Policy

Our safari holidays in Africa visit a vibrant and beautiful continent with world-class parks. Safaris have been a way of life in Africa for decades; the country is blessed with the winning combination of both superb big game,crescent snow cap mountains and stunning tropical beaches

Term & Conditions

Our Top VIP & Ultra Luxury Safaris

Any

Time

safari
Tanzania Luxury VIP Safari

Destination: Arusha, Tarangire National Park, Serengeti National Park, Ngorongoro Crater

$‭ 9,500‬

Price Per Person

  • 7 Days Tours
  • Code No: 000-1-M.T.E-2
  • Tour Guaranted
  • Ultra Luxury

Any

Time

safari
VIP & Luxury Serengeti Wildbeest Migration Safari

Destination: Arusha, Ngorongoro Crater, Ndutu Area, Serengeti National Park,Saanane Island National Park, Rubondo Island

$‭ 13,500‬

Price Per Person

  • 10 Days Tour
  • Code No: 000-2-M.T.E-4
  • Tour Guaranted
  • Ultra Luxury

Any

Time

safari
Tanzania & Zanzibar Ultra Luxury Holiday

Destination: Arusha, Tarangire National Park,Lake Manyara National Park, Ngorongoro Crater, Serengeti National Park , Zanzibar Island

$‭ 14,950‬

Price Per Person

  • 13 Days Tour
  • Code No: 000-2-M.T.E-4
  • Tour Guaranted
  • Ultra Luxury

Any

Time

safari
Classic Kenya bush & beach

Destination: 2Nights Nairobi, 3Nights Masai Mara, 4Nights Diani Beach

$‭ 16,300‬

Price Per Person

  • 10 Days Tour
  • Code No: 000-2-M.T.E-4
  • Tour Guaranted
  • Ultra Luxury

Any

Time

safari
Classic Botswana & Victoria Falls Safari

Destination: Johannesburg South Africa, Botswana Okavango Delta, Botswana Chobe National Park, Livingstone Zambia

$‭ 12,472‬

Price Per Person

  • 8 Days Tour
  • Code No: 000-2-M.T.E-4
  • Tour Guaranted
  • Ultra Luxury