FROM $7,694

African Safari: 13 Night Kenya & Tanzania Escorted Tour

From the picturesque savanna in Kenya to the renowned Serengeti in Tanzania, this is the African safari tour of your dreams. This fascinating 13 night escorted coach tour is a unique and authentic once in a lifetime wildlife adventure.

African Safari: 13 Night Kenya & Tanzania Escorted Tour

Travel Dates Available - September 5 & September 10, 2023
DEPARTURE DATE: September 5, 2023
Countries Visited: Kenya, Tanzania


In the shadow of Mt. Kilimanjaro, embark on 12 lively safaris to seek out the elusive “Big 5” – Africa’s “bucket list” of animals. Spend time at the famous farmhouse from Out of Africa and have giraffes eat directly out of your hand. Connect with locals at a bead factory, where single mothers are employed and trained as jewellery artisans. Get a glimpse into the traditions of native communities when you visit with two tribes at Lake Eyasi. From the picturesque savanna in Kenya to the renowned Serengeti in Tanzania, this is the wild Africa of your dreams.

Travel Dates & Pricing

September 5, 2023from $7,694 CADPer Person
September 10, 2023from $7,694 CADPer Person

What's Included

  • 13 night escorted coach tour from Nairobe Kenya to Arusha Tanzania
  • 13 night accommodations
  • 13 Breakfasts, 13 Lunches, 12 Dinners
  • It’s your choice and Must See inclusions
  • Park Fees
  • Taxes


1Tue Sep 5Nairobi, Kenya
2Wed Sep 6Nairobi, Kenya
3Thu Sep 7Nairobi - Amboseli National Park
4Fri Sep 8Amboseli National Park
5Sat Sep 9Amboseli National Park - Arusha, Tanzania - Karatu
6Sun Sep 10Karatu - Ngorongoro Crater - Karatu
7Mon Sep 11Karatu - Serengeti
8Tue Sep 12Serengeti
9Wed Sep 13Serengeti
10Thu Sep 14Serengeti - Lake Eyasi
11Fri Sep 15Lake Eyasi
12Fri Sep 15Lake Eyasi - Tarangire National Park
13Sat Sep 16Tarangire National Park
14Sun Sep 17Karatu - Arusha - Tour Ends

Day 1 – Nairobi, Kenya – Tour Begins
Your journey begins in Nairobi, the capital of Kenya. Serving as the gateway to Africa’s sought-out wildlife, Nairobi is the ideal place to get acclimated to the Kenyan lifestyle.

Day 2 – Nairobi
Visit the David Sheldrick Wildlife Trust, which rehabilitates young or injured elephants. See the gentle giants up close as they are fed and bathed by their caretakers. Head to Karen Blixen’s Out of Africa farmhouse for lunch before stepping outside to visit the sanctuary’s inquisitive Rothschild giraffes. Visit the Kazuri Beads Factory, where mothers are employed and trained as jewelry artisans. In the evening, toast to the start of your African adventure at a savory welcome dinner.

Day 3 – Nairobi – Amboseli National Park
Make your way to Amboseli National Park, nestled along the border of Tanzania and looking out on the great Mt. Kilimanjaro. After lunch, get a glimpse into Kenyan culture and interact with locals at a Masai village. Settle into your accommodations for the next two nights – a deluxe tented camp with the comfort amenities of a proper lodge.

Day 4 – Amboseli National Park
Embrace your wild side on a full day of game drives in Amboseli National Park. This is your first chance to seek out Africa’s elusive “Big 5” – the safari “bucket list” of animals includes lions, leopards, rhinos, elephants, and water buffalos. Enjoy a picnic lunch on the open plains, watching for herds of wildebeest and grazing zebras.

Day 5 – Amboseli National Park – Arusha, Tanzania – Karatu
Enter Tanzania, a country devoted to harmony among its people and animals. Today will be an impact moment as you visit Shanga, a local jewelry workshop that trains and employs citizens with disabilities. Your day ends in Karatu, a humble town located on the precipice of untamed nature. Overnight in a charming lodge where colorful gardens meet welcoming hospitality.

Day 6 – Karatu – Ngorongoro Crater – Karatu
Make the most of more opportunities to spot the local wildlife with a full day of game drives in Ngorongoro Crater, a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Containing one of the densest mammal populations in the world, this “African Eden” is one of the best places to seek out the “Big 5.” Allow the sheer magnitude of the area to wash over you as you enjoy a picnic lunch in the highlands, taking in the flourishing habitat around you.

Day 7 – Karatu – Serengeti
Your path continues to the renowned Serengeti, a Masai word meaning “endless plains.” Enjoy lunch and venture out on your first Serengeti adventure on an afternoon game drive, returning to camp at dusk. Relax in your exclusive safari abode, your home for the next three nights. The camp includes all of the deluxe amenities of a lodge but allows you to remain immersed in nature.

Day 8 – Serengeti
Say good morning to the Serengeti! Take to the grasslands on an early morning game drive, then return to camp for breakfast before enjoying a full day of animal-seeking safari adventures and a picturesque picnic lunch.

Day 9 – Serengeti
Lions. Gazelles. Cheetahs. Hippos. There’s no telling what you might spot on your morning and afternoon game drives. Under the careful guidance of an expert, discover the savanna’s wild residents and get a glimpse into the untamed animal kingdom.

Day 10 – Serengeti – Lake Eyasi
You’re on your way to Lake Eyasi, an unexpected splash of blue amidst the plains and mountains. Pause for a picnic lunch along the way, providing more chances to view the local wildlife. Meander around the salt lake, perhaps passing a wading pat of flamingoes or some lively hippos cooling off in the water.

Day 11 – Lake Eyasi
See how native communities live in harmony with the environment. Start your morning with the Hadzabe tribe, hunter-gatherers that strive to leave no lasting impact on their surroundings. After lunch back at your lodge, continue with a visit to the Datoga tribe – another community based at Lake Eyasi – and see how their vast farms contribute to day-to-day life.

Day 12 – Lake Eyasi – Tarangire National Park
Decide how you spend the morning because it’s your choice! Learn from a local fruit vendor in Mto Wa Mbu village about their trade -OR- spend time with a local craftsman who will show you current projects at African Galleria. Then, head to Tarangire, the forested national park known for its giant baobab trees and elephant migration. After lunch, embark on a thrilling game drive. Don’t be surprised if you see a pride of lions lounging in the shade, a herd of buffalos wading into the water, or a parade of elephants passing by.

Day 13 – Tarangire National Park
Enjoy a full day of game drives, venturing out in the morning and afternoon on your quest for animal sightings with a break for a picnic lunch in between. Make sure you look to the skies because Tarangire is an aviary paradise, home to more than 500 bird species. Keep your eyes peeled for various starlings, weavers, and guinea fowl. Wish Africa goodbye at a farewell dinner with your fellow travelers.

Day 14 – Karatu – Arusha – Tour Ends
Return to Arusha on the final day of your African adventure. Settle into a dayroom to relax before lunch. Depart for home with memories of the endless plains and unparalleled wildlife.

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