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Kenya & Tanzania Adventure tour
Rift Valley Zanzibar Kenya & Tanzania Adventure Trip
Nature & Wildlife Nature Kenya & Tanzania Adventure package

Kenya & Tanzania Adventure

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Travel Style: For those looking to maximize their sight seeing time. You thrive on a packed day’s schedule from 8 am to 6pm, with some (but limited) free time. Most activities and meals included. Full on
Physical Level: Regular walking or cycling over moderately long, hilly, or bumpy distances. Some public transport or utility vehicles such as safari jeeps. Moderate
Lodging Level: Mid-range budget with accommodations ranging from comfortable lodges, guesthouses, and homestays to three star hotels. Value - 3 star
16 days
From: $ 4,779 $ 299 / day
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Overview

Highlights

  • Enjoy game drives in Lake Nakuru National Park and the famous Masai Mara
  • See wildlife in the Serengeti and the Ngorongoro Crater
  • Visit the exotic spice island of Zanzibar

Short Description

Kenya and Tanzania are home to some of the most prolific game-viewing locations not just in Africa, but the world. This itinerary takes in a number of the national parks in and around the Great Rift Valley, giving the opportunity to observe some of the best wildlife and scenery Africa has to offer and finishing on the spice island of Zanzibar, a tropical paradise with white sand beaches.Excellent game viewing, spectacular scenery and exotic Zanzibar.

Small groups are usually defined as between 10 and 24 travelers, often less. If you're the kind of person who enjoys more intimate experiences and personal service this is a good choice. All else being equal you will pay a premium for this style vs a larger group tour.
Trip Type Small Group Tour
See all the highlights and popular spots on a classic tour.
Itinerary Focus Classic Highlights
Mid-range budget with accommodations ranging from comfortable lodges, guesthouses, and homestays to three star hotels.
Lodging Level Value - 3 star
Flights & Transport Only ground transport
Start City Nairobi
End City Zanzibar

Destinations

Kenya Tanzania

Cities & Attractions

Rift Valley Zanzibar

Age Requirement

16

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Trip Includes

  • All breakfasts, 9 lunches and 9 dinners
  • All accommodation
  • All transport and listed activities
  • Tour leader throughout
  • Flights from London (if booking incl. flights)

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Itinerary

Flight Inclusive

Day 1 Depart London.

**

Day 2 Arrive Nairobi; to Kembu Farm.

After the arrival of the group flights in the early morning, we travel west into the Great African Rift Valley to Kembu, stopping in Nakuru en route to do some shopping and look around this typical African town. We stay on a farm tonight and have an opportunity to do a farm walk this afternoon. Accommodation: Kembu Farm or similar *Full-service Camping*

Day 3 Full day of game drives in Lake Nakuru N.P.

This morning we drive to Lake Nakuru National Park where we enjoy a superb game drive. Although this is a small park it is home to an amazing variety of animals and birdlife. The park contains a soda lake, which is sometimes home to thousands of flamingos. We hope to see the endangered White and Black rhinos, lion and if we are very lucky the elusive leopard. There is a stunning view from baboon cliffs above the lake, and here we may see the small furry Rock hyrax, which is related to the elephant! Tonight we camp just outside the park in a campsite with good showers and flush toilets. Accommodation: Nderit Campsite or similar *Full-service Camping*

Day 4 To Masai Mara; late afternoon game drive.

Today we travel into the Masai Mara, one of the most famous ecosystems in the world. This vast grassland is teeming with life; plains game including wildebeest, gazelle, topi, zebra and buffalo abound in the rolling savannah, and never far away lay the predators: cheetah, lion and hyena. Between mid-August to late October one of the greatest spectacles on Earth takes place in the Mara - the annual migration of thousands of wildebeest, gazelle and zebra trampling their way across the long grass. Nothing is guaranteed on safari, but with the help of our brilliant guides you should see and learn a huge amount about the Masai Mara's resident wildlife as we game drive through the park this afternoon. Stay in a campsite just outside the reserve for the next two nights. Accommodation: Mara Springs Camp or similar *Full-service Camping*

Day 5 Full day of game drives in the Masai Mara.

A full day game drive in the Masai Mara to increase our chances of encountering many of the wildlife species found in the reserve. We'll find a quiet spot inside the park to enjoy lunch by our vehicle, looking out across the plains. There are also several optional excursions that you can enjoy today in addition to the game drive. Get up early for a sunrise Hot Air Balloon Safari (including champagne and breakfast) or visit a traditional Masaai village to meet the locals. Accommodation: Mara Springs Camp or similar *Full-service Camping*

Day 6 To Lake Victoria.

Our long drive today is up through the Western highlands and allows plenty of time to appreciate the superb scenery. The road begins to descend and we leave behind the neatly ordered rows of tea bushes as we cross the border into Tanzania at Isebania. We camp in a pleasant spot at Musoma on the shore of Lake Victoria. Accommodation: Tembo Beach or similar *Full-service Camping*

Day 7-8 Two days of game drives in Serengeti N.P.

Today, we turn east and enter the vast Serengeti Plain, one of the largest parks in Africa. There is a choice of routes into the Serengeti, depending on the weather: if it is dry, the 130km of the Western Corridor, usually full of plains game, is open. If it is wet, however, this road, which is built on black cotton soil, is impassible, and we have to enter the park from the north, at Ikoma gate. We spend two nights in the park so we plenty of time to enjoy the vast open spaces and the variety of game. We camp at Seronera where there are various camping areas, all of them in open bush, with no fences to prevent the animals from visiting during the night. A real taste of wild Africa! Accommodation: Serengeti Public Campsite or similar *Full-service Camping*

Day 9 Morning game drive; to Ngorongoro Crater.

Day 10 Explore the Ngorongoro Crater; drive along the Rift Valley to Arusha.

We descend to the crater floor in 4WD vehicles and spend the morning watching large numbers of plains game, and the ever-present predators around them. We'll search for hippos in the murky pools, and try to protect our food at lunchtime from the fearless Brown kites, as they swoop and snatch anything that appears to be edible! After a fantastic morning we continue our journey to the edge of the Rift Valley, where there is a great view over Lake Manyara (often tinted pink around the edges from large numbers of flamingos) and on to Arusha. Accommodation: Meserani Snake Park or similar *Full-service Camping*

Day 11 Flight to Zanzibar; afternoon in Stone Town.

Take a morning flight over to the island of Zanzibar, 35km from the mainland. First visited by Arab traders in the 8th century, and countless travellers in the following centuries, the island is most famous for its spices, and infamous for being the centre of the East African slave trade. We spend our first night in Stone Town and then three nights by the beach. Stone Town is a myriad of small alleys and markets. We recommend a spice tour, around the island's plantations, with chances to taste and buy. Accommodation: Abuso Inn or similar *Comfortable Hotel*

Day 12-14 Free days for optional activities.

After a free morning in Stone Town we transfer to our hotel by the beach. There is plenty to occupy your days here. You can visit Prison Island, where difficult slaves were kept, or relax on the eastern and northern beaches, with excellent snorkelling, sailing in a dhow and plenty of fresh seafood. The local buses are efficient and enable you to travel all over the island, although hiring a jeep for a day or two is a more exciting way of getting about and not expensive. It's a fascinating mixture of culture, history and wonderful beaches. Accommodation: Amaan Bungalows or similar *Comfortable Hotel*

Day 15 Depart Zanzibar.

Our adventure ends after breakfast. Those on the group flights will be transferred back to Stone Town for their flight to London.

Day 16 Arrive London.

**



Land Only

Day 1 Start Nairobi.

There are no activities planned today so you are free to arrive Nairobi at any time. Accommodation: Heron Court Hotel or similar *Standard Hotel*

Day 2 To Kembu Farm.

After the arrival of the group flights in the early morning, we travel west into the Great African Rift Valley to Kembu, stopping in Nakuru en route to do some shopping and look around this typical African town. We stay on a farm tonight and have an opportunity to do a farm walk this afternoon. Accommodation: Kembu Farm or similar *Full-service Camping*

Day 3 Full day of game drives in Lake Nakuru N.P.

This morning we drive to Lake Nakuru National Park where we enjoy a superb game drive. Although this is a small park it is home to an amazing variety of animals and birdlife. The park contains a soda lake, which is sometimes home to thousands of flamingos. We hope to see the endangered White and Black rhinos, lion and if we are very lucky the elusive leopard. There is a stunning view from baboon cliffs above the lake, and here we may see the small furry Rock hyrax, which is related to the elephant! Tonight we camp just outside the park in a campsite with good showers and flush toilets. Accommodation: Nderit Campsite or similar *Full-service Camping*

Day 4 To Masai Mara; late afternoon game drive.

Today we travel into the Masai Mara, one of the most famous ecosystems in the world. This vast grassland is teeming with life; plains game including wildebeest, gazelle, topi, zebra and buffalo abound in the rolling savannah, and never far away lay the predators: cheetah, lion and hyena. Between mid-August to late October one of the greatest spectacles on Earth takes place in the Mara - the annual migration of thousands of wildebeest, gazelle and zebra trampling their way across the long grass. Nothing is guaranteed on safari, but with the help of our brilliant guides you should see and learn a huge amount about the Masai Mara's resident wildlife as we game drive through the park this afternoon. Stay in a campsite just outside the reserve for the next two nights. Accommodation: Mara Springs Camp or similar *Full-service Camping*

Day 5 Full day of game drives in the Masai Mara.

A full day game drive in the Masai Mara to increase our chances of encountering many of the wildlife species found in the reserve. We'll find a quiet spot inside the park to enjoy lunch by our vehicle, looking out across the plains. There are also several optional excursions that you can enjoy today in addition to the game drive. Get up early for a sunrise Hot Air Balloon Safari (including champagne and breakfast) or visit a traditional Masaai village to meet the locals. Accommodation: Mara Springs Camp or similar *Full-service Camping*

Day 6 To Lake Victoria.

Our long drive today is up through the Western highlands and allows plenty of time to appreciate the superb scenery. The road begins to descend and we leave behind the neatly ordered rows of tea bushes as we cross the border into Tanzania at Isebania. We camp in a pleasant spot at Musoma on the shore of Lake Victoria. Accommodation: Tembo Beach or similar *Full-service Camping*

Day 7-8 Two days of game drives in Serengeti N.P.

Today, we turn east and enter the vast Serengeti Plain, one of the largest parks in Africa. There is a choice of routes into the Serengeti, depending on the weather: if it is dry, the 130km of the Western Corridor, usually full of plains game, is open. If it is wet, however, this road, which is built on black cotton soil, is impassible, and we have to enter the park from the north, at Ikoma gate. We spend two nights in the park so we plenty of time to enjoy the vast open spaces and the variety of game. We camp at Seronera where there are various camping areas, all of them in open bush, with no fences to prevent the animals from visiting during the night. A real taste of wild Africa! Accommodation: Serengeti Public Campsite or similar *Full-service Camping*

Day 9 Morning game drive; to Ngorongoro Crater.

Day 10 Explore the Ngorongoro Crater; drive along the Rift Valley to Arusha.

We descend to the crater floor in 4WD vehicles and spend the morning watching large numbers of plains game, and the ever-present predators around them. We'll search for hippos in the murky pools, and try to protect our food at lunchtime from the fearless Brown kites, as they swoop and snatch anything that appears to be edible! After a fantastic morning we continue our journey to the edge of the Rift Valley, where there is a great view over Lake Manyara (often tinted pink around the edges from large numbers of flamingos) and on to Arusha. Accommodation: Meserani Snake Park or similar *Full-service Camping*

Day 11 Flight to Zanzibar; afternoon in Stone Town.

Take a morning flight over to the island of Zanzibar, 35km from the mainland. First visited by Arab traders in the 8th century, and countless travellers in the following centuries, the island is most famous for its spices, and infamous for being the centre of the East African slave trade. We spend our first night in Stone Town and then three nights by the beach. Stone Town is a myriad of small alleys and markets. We recommend a spice tour, around the island's plantations, with chances to taste and buy. Accommodation: Abuso Inn or similar *Comfortable Hotel*

Day 12-14 Free days for optional activities.

After a free morning in Stone Town we transfer to our hotel by the beach. There is plenty to occupy your days here. You can visit Prison Island, where difficult slaves were kept, or relax on the eastern and northern beaches, with excellent snorkelling, sailing in a dhow and plenty of fresh seafood. The local buses are efficient and enable you to travel all over the island, although hiring a jeep for a day or two is a more exciting way of getting about and not expensive. It's a fascinating mixture of culture, history and wonderful beaches. Accommodation: Amaan Bungalows or similar *Comfortable Hotel*

Day 15 End Zanzibar.

Our adventure ends after breakfast. Those on the group flights will be transferred back to Stone Town for their flight to London. **

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Kenya & Tanzania Adventure

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Great trip!

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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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Kenya & Tanzania Safari Adventure Aug 17

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Although we had previously visited Kenya six years ago (on the Gorillas and
Masai Mara trip) we had never seen the wildebeest crossing so I had really
hoped to be lucky this time. Also our former trip had been an excellent
experience so I had no hesitation in booking this trip with the added
Tanzania experience.
We were really lucky and saw the great migration, watching the wildebeest
crossing the River Mara. There was such a dramatic build up to it - first a
small group went to cross and then rushed back when they reached the river
and saw crocodiles. We thought we weren't going to see it. Then further along
the riverbank, a larger group just suddenly started rushing. We sat and
watched for about fifteen minutes as wildebeest were stampeding across the
plains joined by groups of zebra and then waded across the river and up the
other side.


Erellah was an excellent group leader and a real credit to Exodus. He split
his time equally amongst all trip members and would turn his hand to whatever
was required be it organising, putting up tents, cooking etc. He was always
bright cheerful and full of energy and worked extremely hard.


There is a lot of packing and unpacking in the first 10 days, organise your
bag for ease of access and bring a padlock for your locker. Pack walking
boots and comfortable sandals. Warm clothes for the Ngorongoro Crater are
essential (I took a light thermal layers including vest, leggings, fleece
top, hat, scarf and gloves) … I was not going to get cold! Having said
that pack light but take a washing line and pegs.


Although expensive I would recommend the Kenyan balloon trip. The pilot was
excellent, the experience beautiful, peaceful and altogether rather surreal.
The breakfast good and with a view that is breathtaking. In the 4 x 4 game
drive which lasted a few hours we saw lion, leopard and cheetah!


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Kenya & Tanzania safari adventure Aug 17

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Saw all the infamous National parks & so much awesome wildlife, too numerous
to mention.
Great group, relaxing tour pace & even the camping was great!
The way the trip is organised & run by the crew is flawless, I am so
impressed & will definitely have consider this type of trip again.
Seeing the wildebeast crossing the Mara river during the annual migration was
the most awe inspiring thing I have ever seen, made up that we managed to see
this...thanks to the crew !


Erillah was a fantastic tour guide, relentlessly cheerful & knowledgable,
supported by Wilson & Esther - awesome chefs who looked after us so well, &
Sam, the driver, who kept us safe at all times & gave us the best 'African
massage' !!


Take binoculars & pack really light, you really won't need many clothes as
you can easily wash en route.
We all got affected by motion sickness due to the rough roads, so I would
recommend taking travel sickness medication.


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Fantastic trip and crew!

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The four crew members, Erellah, Albert, Boniface and Amos were fantastic. Erellah is an excellent tourguide - very patient, funny, helpful: a delight and any group can consider themselves lucky to be in his care. Albert is a brilliant cook and made delicious vegan food for me: not easy to do in East Africa. He was fun and creative and all mealtimes were a pleasure. Boniface is by far the very best driver I've ever encountered: very patient, extremely skilled and was able to take us safely along very poor roads, while also taking care of the truck itself. Amos is very friendly and helpful and worked very hard to support the crew. I'm sure he will be a fantastic tourguide soon. All of the crew were fun to talk to and made us feel very welcome.
The trip itself was spectacular - we were very lucky and managed to see many beautiful animals, including elephants, black rhino, white rhino, lions, cheetah and a leopard. I was lucky enough to spot a serval from the truck, but it slipped away into the grass before anyone else could see it. The pace of the trip was good - we covered a huge distance, but spent enough time in each place to get good wildlife spotting. The last few days on Zanzibar were a welcome treat too and really rounded everything off nicely. I will always have fond memories of the group and the trip. The group members were all great: friendly, interesting people I enjoyed meeting and hope to keep in touch with.
Seeing a leopard in a tree.

Erellah is a star! He's very bright, knowledgeable, extremely helpful and fun to talk to. He really made the trip.

Beware of the African sun - it is vicious. This time of year was very good, because it's low season, fairly dry and all the animals have had their babies, which is lovely to see.

It would be great if it could be possible to request a specific crew for trips in the same area. I would love to assemble this crew again for other trips to Africa, such as the mountain gorillas in Rwanda.

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Kenya - Tanzania & Zanzibar

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A truly memorable experience with some long journeys along some very bumpy and dusty roads but the rewards of close encounters with so much of East Africa's wildlife made it all worth while. Our group was 17 strong with 4 crew who worked tirelessly to ensure that we were able to enjoy our trip to the full and the truck had plenty of room for all of us to be able to enjoy the wildlife and catch some magic moments on camera. Camping is a great way to enjoy and experience the wildlife and although some of the camp sites are very basic the location more than makes up for it together with the fact that often we were the only campers.
Camping in the serengetti and on leaving our camp for the early morning game drive coming across a pride of 8 lions just 300 metres from camp. The early morning sunlight shining on the old male lion with a beautiful golden hew was just magic.
Seeing more than 24 lions in one day with cubs of varying ages and managing to see 'the big five' although the leopard sighting was difficult as it was high in a tree shrouded by foliage, but at least we saw it.

Lelei was a fantastic guide/group leader who together with our driver 'Bonnie' really made our trip. At one stage in the Mara our truck developed a leaky radiator, but Bonnie kept topping it up so that we could continue our journey and together with Lelei managed to get a replacement shipped out which Bonnie fitted in camp. Lelei imparted much local knowledge and was a good game spotter and together with Bonnie was able to put us in the right place at the right time to see so much wildlife without putting pressure on any of the animals and respecting the rules of the parks.

If you are only thinking about this trip, stop thinking and go and do it, you will enjoy it. Take heed of the advice regarding the temperature at Ngorongoro crater as it DOES get cold at night! Make sure you take a good torch as many of the camps are unlit.

The trip notes are accurate and there are some long journeys which are along unmade roads and the camping is basic but the rewards are worth every bit of it.

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Kenya & Tanzania Adventure

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A great introduction to the wildlife of East Africa, there is nothing quite like the excitement of animal/bird spotting that is an integral part of this tour. Camping allowed one to feel close to nature and was even better as few had other campers close by. Kip and his team were superb hosts keeping us informed of local life, both human and animal, while ensuring we were well fed. On the cultural side we visited a Masai village in the Serengeti and had guided tour of a typical local market in Musoma.
We were very lucky to witness the wildebeest and zebra migration crossing of the Mara River. The sheer number of wildebeest in the area was almost biblical.

There was a real rapport between Kip and his team and they could not have done more to ensure everyone had a good time. They set up camp as soon as we arrived and the meals were varied, wholesome and most importantly tasty (thanks Albert)! Everything seemed to work like clockwork, a sign of the hard work that goes on in the background.

Be prepared for some early starts and the odd long drive, but it's all worth it. On occasion the poor road surface could result in an 'African massage'! In terms of camping the mattress provided was very comfy (~2in thick foam). The occasional campsite does not have hot water, however, a cold shower after a hot dusty day was refreshing! Ngorongoro was cold (we travelled in July) so warm clothing is a must.

When buying craftworks be prepared to haggle, it is expected and part of the fun.

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Flights & Transport

Only ground transport

Group Size:

Small Group - 24 max

Maximum Number of People in Group: 18

Accomodations

9 nights full-service camping with shared facilities and 4 nights comfortable hotels all en suite.(Land Only clients have an extra night in a hotel in Nairobi)
Travel in specialist overland vehicle and flight to Zanzibar
Some drives on rough roads

Age Notes

Min. Age: 16

Additional Information:

  • 9 nights full-service camping with shared facilities and 4 nights comfortable hotels all en suite. (Land Only clients have an extra night in a hotel in Nairobi)
  • Travel in specialist overland vehicle and flight to Zanzibar
  • Some drives on rough roads

Trip ID#:

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Trip Excludes

  • Travel insurance
  • Single accommodation (available on request)
  • Visas or vaccinations

Meals Included:

Dinner: All meals are included except lunch and dinner on Zanzibar; you should allow a further US$200 for these. All included meals will be prepared for you by our chef and crew. They are adept at catering for large groups of hungry travellers! Breakfasts will usually include cereal, toast and hot food such as porridge or eggs. Lunches tend to feature a range of sandwich options as well as a selection of fruit. Dinners usually feature soup, main (a mix of local and international cuisine) and dessert. All cooking equipment is loaded onto the overland vehicle and so our crew are ready to prepare food wherever we stop - don’t worry about going hungry on this trip! You will have time to stock up on snacks and drinks along the journey.

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