This safari itinerary is all about experiencing the wildebeest and zebra migration while exposing the magical people, jaw dropping landscapes and open grasslands that define East Africa. Each year millions of wildebeest and zebra rove the Serengeti/Masai Mara ecosystem in search of food and water. This is one of the most fascinating and large-scale migrations on the planet and it takes your breath away to sit amongst these herds and soak in the power and beauty of nature. Read More

Best

11 Nights - $21,400

Have giraffes join you for breakfast. Watch rhinos in the foothills of Mt Kenya. Experience the magic of the open savannah. Discover Samburu culture in the stunning north. Snorkel one of the Indian Ocean's best beaches. East Africa cannot shine much brighter than this.

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Better

11 Nights - $14,815

This itinerary visits some real rock star properties. Soak up a warm dose of Kenyan hospitality in the Matthews region. Explore the Masai Mara from a camp in the heart of the wildlife action. Discover the northern Serengeti for even more wildilfe action. Dust off on Zanzibar for a few days relaxing and reflecting on your safari.

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Great

12 Nights - $9,050

This is a great experience of East Africa - rhino sanctuaries, river crossings and Swahili culture. This offers the same type of trip as our other high season highlight trips, but stripped down to really solid little properties who are less fussed about luxury, swimming pools and bath tubs. The wildlife is still awesome, the food is delicious, the rooms are clean and comfortable, and the guiding is still top notch. Finish it off at one of our go-to beach hideaways on Zanzibar.

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Priority: Date/High Season

High season is generally Africa’s winter time when you will rarely see rain. During these dry, typically cooler months the grasses get eaten down on the savannahs, the deciduous trees lose their leaves, so the viewing into the bush is more open. Animals come together in higher concentrations at the remaining permanent sources of water. The rain forests are always lush but hiking is a less muddy affair.

Expectantly, during these ideal game viewing conditions prices rise. This is the most expensive time of the year to travel.