This luxury flying safari offers the ultimate in comfort as you fly in an exclusive Cessna Grand Caravan 208B from camp to camp. Enjoy Business Class seats and a coffee station and bar in flight. By flying you will be able to enjoy the African scenery including the Great Rift Valley and exclude the long drives between the parks. Enjoy true African style with a collection of Elewana luxury lodges and permanent tented camps that combine elegance with wildlife. Your game activities are taken with resident guides in each of the camps. Group size is from 2-8 persons per departure.
No Supplements for Single Travelers during the Green Season.
(Weekly departures:) [There are four departures a week]
(Day 01+02) *USA/Europe/Kilimanjaro/Arusha* [Depart on overnight flight to Europe. You will arrival in Europe next morning. Connect with your flight to Kilimanjaro, Tanzania. On arrival this evening you will be met and transferred by road to your hotel in Arusha. Overnight Arusha Coffee Lodge.]
Arusha Coffee Lodge is close to Arusha Airport and is set amongst the coffee plantation. The hotel has 20 rooms, which are large with en suite bathrooms wi..Read More
(Day 03) *Tarangire* [Enjoy a leisurely morning with a tour of the coffee plantation. Following lunch in the garden, you will transfer to the Arusha airport for your exclusive group charter flight to Tarangire. On arrival you will be met by your camp guide and proceed to your camp. Enjoy an afternoon game drive. Overnight Tarangire Treetops Camp.]
Tarangire Treetops Camp is located just outside the border of the park overlooking the Tarangire Sand River and can offer magnificent views of the resident..Read More
(Day 04) *Tarangire* [Enjoy a full day of activities including game drives, bush walk, visit to a local Maasai village and sundowners on Sunset Hill. Overnight Tarangire Treetops Camp.]
(Day 05+06) *Ngorongoro Crater* [Following breakfast, you will enjoy a morning game drive in Tarangire National Park. Stop at leisure for a picnic lunch enroute to the airstrip for your charter flight to Lake Manyara airstrip. On arrival you will be met and transferred to the Karatu region. Enjoy an afternoon visit to the local township of Karatu or Mto wa Mbu village and its authentic African market. Arrive to your lodge in time for high tea in the gardens. Next morning depart your lodge and descend to the Ngorongoro Crater for a morning of game viewing. A picnic hamper lunch will be served on the crater floor. Continue with afternoon game viewing before returning to your lodge late in the day. 2 nights The Manor at Ngorongoro.]
The Manor at Ngorongoro is located adjacent to the Ngorongoro Conservation area on a 1,500 acre estate. The Manor at Ngorongoro is located adjacent to the ..Read More
(Day 07+08) *Serengeti* [Day 07, this morning you have a choice of activities such as horseback riding, cycling, spa treatment or just relaxing. Following lunch board your scheduled charter flight to the Serengeti. Enjoy an afternoon and full day exploring the Serengeti. A bush lunch will be served on the plains of the Serengeti. 2 nights Pioneer Camp (Jan-May) or Migration Camp (Jun-Dec).]
Migration Camp is in the north-central part of the Serengeti close to the Grumeti River. The camp consists of 20 luxury tents with their own deck and en su..Read More
(Day 09+10) *Serengeti/Arusha/Kilimanjaro/Europe/USA* [Following breakfast in camp, enjoy a guided bush walk along the Grumeti River. A leisurely lunch will be served before you transfer to the airstrip for your late afternoon charter flight to Arusha. On arrival you will be transferred to the Kilimanjaro Airport for your international flight to Europe. Connect to your onward flight to the USA.]
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"The trip was great and all arrangements went as planned - thanks for setting this up!... the safari gods were really good to us as we saw all the big cats and a pack of wild dogs, African wild cat, striped hyena, lioness killing a zebra, cheetahs on a kill, and a Mara River crossing."