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Reviews of Serengeti National Park Tours
98% Recommend

4.7 out of 5
Excellent 67 Great 18 Average 4 Disappointing 0 Terrible 1
Value
4.6 Guide
4.7 Activities
4.7 Lodging
4.7 Transportation
4.7 Meals
4.6

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So many elephants! March 2018

5.0

Classic Tanzania Safari

This was a wonderful safari covering 3 great parks with supported camping.
Watching the elephants bathe in Manyara.


He had great knowledge of the side roads and where to find the more elusive
wildlife.


The dust will get everywhere- there is no avoiding it!


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Great trip! March 2018

5.0

Kenya & Tanzania Adventure

It was a great trip, wonderful to see the animals in their natural habitat.
Some long days of driving but well worth it in the end. Erellah was great
leader, pointed things out that we would've never seen without his help.
Wilson, Sam and Esther were great assets to the trip and made it all the more
enjoyable. It was my first trip with Exodus and plan on more.
Seeing all the animals!


He was great and very well informed.


Expect some long days of travel but worth it.


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The Roof of Africa & The Big 5! March 2018

5.0

Kilimanjaro Lemosho Route & Safari

Everything about this trip was fantastic from beginning to end! The mountain
hiking was brilliant, with the scenery changing slowly from lush tropical
forest to the barren moonscapes of the summit with almost everything in
between. The help, encouragement and guidance we received from the whole
team, from the leader to the porters, was incredible and they played a huge
part in ensuring the entire group had the privilege of standing on the roof
of Africa. The summit is a grim 6 hour uphill struggle through the night, but
it is almost instantly forgotten as you stand on Stella Point to watch the
sun's first rays light up Mawenzi Peak. From there it is a further 45 minutes
to Uhuru Peak - the highest point in Africa. After 6 days and a night of
walking at this point the sense of relief and achievement cannot be
overstated!

The food on the mountain was plentiful, and given the circumstances, very
tasty. Spirits in the camp were high throughout the trip (even when the zip
for the toilet tent broke) and there was a real sense of togetherness in the
team to ensure everyone reached their goals.

Once we were down and showered, and had had a few beers to celebrate the
achievement, it was time for the safari. Over the following 3 days we were
lucky enough to see everything we could have hoped for, including close
encounters with a leopard, a pack of lions with cubs, elephants, giraffes and
countless other animals. The sheer numbers of wildlife in both the Ngorongoro
Crater and the Serengeti was breathtaking, and it was wonderful to see the
animals interacting with each other in their natural habitat. The base for
the final two night of the trip was a permanent tented camp on the outskirts
of the Serengeti, which although it took a little getting used to (being
escorted back from dinner by a man with a gun was an interesting
experience!), waking up to the African dawn chorus in the midst of so many
amazing animals was a great way to end the trip!

I just want to put a little disclaimer on this review that I work for Exodus
in the UK Head Office, but this was my first time travelling with them and it
has made me extremely proud of the company I work for.
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Kilimanjaro Lemosho Route and Safari August 2017

5.0

Kilimanjaro Lemosho Route & Safari

Great trek to the 'Roof of Africa' followed by a enthralling safari taking in
the Ngorongoro Crater, Olduvai Gorge and the Serengeti.
Standing on the summit of Kilimanjaro was amazing and Summit day was the
hardest piece of trekking I have ever done - quite literally breaktaking! But
there were great views and experiences along the way too - a stunning view
from Shira Cathedral of Kilimanjaro, Mt Meru and the Shira plateau and I
loved climbing the Barranco Wall and then discovering an absolutely
delightful valley a little later the same day - it was my favourite day of
trekking - I loved it! The view of the Ngorongoro crater from the view point
on the crater's edge was astounding and the Olduvai Gorge - the cradle of
mankind - was incredible. And on Safari the sights and sounds both day and
night were magical at times. We saw so many different animals and birds that
I lost count.


Meke our group leader was fantastic. So cheerful and encouraging and showing
real concern for all of us. I would not have made it to the summit without
him and the other guides in our group (Wilfried and Said), they were great.


Some physical preparation before the trip will pay off and make the whole
trek more enjoyable. Listen to your guides - they are experts and know what
they are talking about.
You don't need to change your currency to Shillings, US dollars are accepted
everywhere that you go on this trip, just make sure they are newish.
The drive across the Serengeti was very, very bumpy - just be prepared for
it, after all it is a Safari in Africa.
Be prepared to come home dirty and dusty but very happy!


I have just had the time of my life! Everything was well organised, trouble
free and I always felt safe and looked after - without being molly-coddled. I
can't wait to do another trip and would definitely book with Exodus again.


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Kilimanjaro by lemosho and safari August 2017

5.0

Kilimanjaro Lemosho Route & Safari

The climb and safari exceeded our expectations. Yes Africa worked it's magic
but the local Exodus staff did a brilliant job to make experiencing it easy!
Dawn on the rim of the crater.


Charles on Kilimanjaro was excellent. Knew his stuff and organised his team
with quiet efficiency. Also supportive of all his customers, and helped us
achieve our goals. 100 per cent to the roof of Africa was not a surprise.


A bit of fitness before hand helps. Know your kit. Listen to your guides,
there knowledge is vast and they want to share it!


Exodus flight arrangements could be better. Why were we given a 7 hour
changeover at Heathrow on the way back when there was an earlier flight with
a still generous 3 hour transfer which others were offered? When we found
this out we could not change with BA.
Outbound through Addis there was no food or drinks in transit. This should
be flagged in advance.


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Operator Exodus Travels

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