"This tour offers a unique blend of the best of Kenya and Tanzania's wildlife."
From Nairobi, visit the wildlife-rich plains of Amboseli, which lie within sight of the impressive Kilimanjaro.
Continue to the Ngorongoro Crater, home to an estimated 30,000 animals. Drive on to witness a staggering spectacle of diversity in Tanzania's oldest and most famous wildlife park, the Serengeti. End the tour in Kenya's Masai Mara heartland, where Big Five viewing is unrivalled.
Evening flight from London to Nairobi with Kenya Airways.
Transfer to Nairobi Serena Hotel for 1 night. Rest of the day at leisure or optional excursion.
Drive to Amboseli National Park and stay at the Amboseli Serena Safari Lodge for 2 nights.
Morning and afternoon wildlife drives.
Morning wildlife drive en-route towards the border town of Namanga.
Descend into the crater for a wildlife drive in a 4x4 vehicle.
Drive to central Serengeti stopping en route at the Olduvai gorge.
Morning and afternoon safari drives in Serengeti National Park.
Safari drive to Serengeti National Park (west).
After an early morning safari, continue to the Kenyan border at Isabania.
Morning and afternoon wildlife activities.
After breakfast take a morning wildlife drive en-route to the airstrip, before flying home.
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