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Northern Expedition 2021

Northern Expedition 2021

6 Day Flying Safari
  • Tarangire National Park
    (Elewana Tarangire Treetops)
  • Ngorongoro
    (Elewana The Manor at Ngorongoro)
  • Serengeti & Grumeti Reserve
    (Elewana Serengeti Pioneer Camp)
  • Serengeti & Grumeti Reserve
    (Elewana Serengeti Migration Camp)
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  • The Manor - Dining Room (c)Silverless
  • The Manor - Gardens Relaxing Area (c)Silverless
  • The Manor - Horse Riding 2 (c) Silverless
  • The Manor - Main Foyer (c)Silverless
  • The Manor - Main Lounge (c)Silverless
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  • Serengeti Migration Camp - Game Drive Elephant (c) Silverless
  • Serengeti Migration Camp - Guest Tent Interior 2
  • Serengeti Migration Camp - Guided Bush Walk Grumeti River (c) Silverless

• Named for the river that crosses the park, Tarangire National Park has one of the highest densities of elephant in Africa and a large population of baobab trees, famous for their extraordinary wide girths and lack of leaves

• Avoid the crowds and indulge in an abundance of wildlife from private locations

• Experience the best that Tanzania has to offer including the ultimate iconic safari areas; UNESCO World Heritage Site of the Ngorongoro Crater and the Serengeti

• The enormous Ngorongoro caldera has been occupied by our human ancestors for the past 3 million years, and is home to over 25,000 large mammals, many of whom are endangered

• Contiguous with Kenya’s Masai Mara, the Serengeti is renowned for its abundance of wildlife and high biodiversity

Arrive Kilimanjaro International Airport, road transfer to Arusha.

Fly to Kuro, Elewana Tarangire Treetops – 2 nights.

On the edge of Tarangire National Park, Elewana Tarangire Treetops’ unique location in Randilen private conservancy allows for night game drives, game walks and sundowners.

Centered about a ‘main’ treehouse built in a thousand year-old baobab, 20 treehouse rooms are surrounded by a dense forest of marula and baobab. Proximity to the forest canopy allows guests to engage very closely with the natural world. Bush walks and night game drives in the surrounding conservancy build on this experience, led by knowledgeable and experienced Masai guides. The 65 square metre open-faced rooms are built using local materials that afford views across the Tarangire National Park and Randilen. Each room is classically decorated with neutral safari colours and leads on to an en suite bathroom with double shower.

Road transfer to Ngorongoro – 2 nights.

Elewana The Manor at Ngorongoro lies hidden in a 1500-acre Arabica coffee estate close to Ngorongoro crater.

A former farmhouse, the main building borrows heavily from Cape Dutch architecture, and is surrounded by 20 guest cottages set in a lush verdant garden. Dark-wood floors, white walls, vaulted ceilings with exposed beams, antique furniture and Persian rugs provide a decadent setting in which to enjoy a book by the open fire or a soak in the traditional claw-foot free-standing baths littered with rose petals. Travellers can enjoy a walk or horse ride through the farm, a coffee tour to learn about the process of coffee farming or simply relax by the pool and enjoy the tranquil environment in the highlands.

Full day in Ngorongoro Crater.

Ngorongoro Crater, declared a UNESCO World Heritage Site in 1978 is a geological spectacle.

The 260 square kilometre caldera was formed three million years ago when a giant active volcano exploded. The mineral rich pastures of the largely flat crater floor have turned this into a wildlife haven. Over 25,000 large mammals call the area home, many of whom are endangered, such as the black rhino, wild dog and golden cat. The crater is known for having the most dense population of lion in the world. Lake Magadi, (not to be confused with the lake of the same name in Kenya) which sits in the middle of the crater floor contains alkaline soda water inhabited by a blue-green algae. Flamingo and a number of other bird species feed off the algae and congregate in large numbers. Along the shores of the lake, Lerai Forest, a dense yellow fever woodland is frequented by a healthy population of leopard.

Fly to Serengeti – 3 nights.

Elewana Serengeti Pioneer Camp sits in a stunning location on the side of the Olgarabosho Hills overlooking the Moru Kopjes, Lake Magadi and the Serengeti plains.

The original lounge was built by the famous conservationist and wildlife filmmaker Alan Root as his Serengeti base. In a secluded corner of the Serengeti, the camp provides excellent access to the Southern Serengeti wildebeest migration. A perfect vantage point from which to start day-long game drives that begin with an early champagne picnic breakfast, includes a delectable picnic lunch on a private rock and ends in a sundowner overlooking the vast plains. Each of the enclosed tented rooms are adorned with throw carpets and soft furnishings made from local and sustainable materials. Leather trunks and lanterns evoke the spirit of early twentieth century safaris, and the en suite bathrooms include a flushing toilet, vanity basin and period-style hot shower.

This itinerary includes Elewana Serengeti Pioneer Camp over the wildebeest calving season from November – May

Fly to Serengeti – 3 nights.

Elewana Serengeti Migration Camp is set in a remote part of northern Serengeti amongst the rugged and rocky outcrops of northern Serengeti, overlooking the Grumeti River

Built using natural wood and all-enveloping canvas, this classic yet comfortable camp, includes a split-level lounge, a swimming pool and viewing platforms. The elevated wooden decks throughout camp allow guests to engage in the drama of the wild directly below, while affording 360° views of the dramatic Serengeti beyond. The camp is situated right in the path of the wildebeest migration, which can be seen between July and August as they travel north to the Masai Mara, and again later towards the end of the year upon their return. However, visiting the camp should not be overlooked during other times of the year; the Serengeti is home to the richest plains based ecosystem in the world.

This itinerary includes Elewana Serengeti Pioneer Camp over the wildebeest calving season from November – May

Fly to Arusha Airport, road transfer to Kilimanjaro International Airport depart.

Sadly, the end of your safari; other plans can be made to go to East Africa’s soft white beaches and historic coastal towns, include another safari destination, or depart for home.

MID SEASON   |  01 – 30 Jun, 01 Nov – 19 Dec 2021

HIGH SEASON   |  01 Jun – 31 Oct, 20 Dec – 04 Jan 2022

• Internal flights – Baggage restriction of 15 kgs on all flights preferably in small bags
• Internal flights – Single travelers may be charged an excess if there are no other passengers booked on their flight
• A child 12 to 17 years in his or her own room will be charged a single room rate, additional rates for children 12 to 17 years are available on request.

• Full board accommodation
• Soft drinks, beer, house wines & selected spirits
• Safari activities including shared scheduled game drives and sundowners
• Night game drives and guided bush walks at Elewana Tarangire Treetops. Horse riding on the estate and coffee tour at Elewana The Manor at Ngorongoro
• Conservation levy at Tarangire Treetops
• Full day crater tour, lunch and crater fee at Elewana The Manor at Ngorongoro
• Scheduled flights & domestic flight departure tax
• Airport and airstrip transfers
• AMREF Flying Doctors Membership
• Laundry and all statutory taxes.

• Champagne, luxury spirits & select wines
• Additional activities not mentioned in inclusions
• Exclusive use of safari vehicle
• All statutory increases beyond our control
• International flights & visa fees
• Gratuities.

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