As a famous poet once wrote, “the world is so full of a number of things, I’m sure we should all be as happy as kings.” We’ve found this to be truer than ever on this Independence by Globus Tanzania safari adventure. Discover a kingdom of magical menageries that rule the endless plains of the Serengeti, the caldera of Ngorongoro, and the wildest places of Africa in the company of the king of the beasts, elephant queens, legions of thundering wildebeest, and the jesting antics of baboons. Get the royal treatment with plenty of I-time to experience local cultures, luxurious accommodations, and game drives in a private safari vehicle with an expert Driver/Guide in the most spectacular parks and reserves of Tanzania. Explore the expanses and estuaries where the big cats' rule, gazelles graze, and leopards lurk, along with the “Big 5” (lion, leopard, Cape buffalo, elephant, and rhino) to inspire your independent spirit!
Your African adventure ends with time in Zanzibar! From your ocean-front hotel, you’ll embark into Stone Town for sightseeing along the narrow alleyways and spice markets. Also, explore the wild side of Zanzibar in the Jozani Forest in search of the red colobus monkey – only found here. A spice of life in the heart of Zanzibar!
- Zanzibar: private sightseeing vehicle in Stone Town; Between destinations and for all game drives: private 4-wheel-drive vehicle carries up to six guests, features a pop-up roof for easy game viewing/photography, and comes stocked with fresh, filtered water; private transfers to/from airport for all intra-holiday flights; intra-holiday flights and taxes.
- Driver/Guide throughout your private safari; Local Host in Zanzibar
- The Great Migration is a natural event, and the movements of the migrating herds are difficult to predict year to year. Generally speaking, the herds are in the Serengeti between late November and July. During this time, you’re likely to see the herds. River crossings are more of a challenge, but we’ll adjust game viewing if there is a chance to witness this rare and extraordinary sight!