Itinerary Highlights
    • Explore the Serengeti with expert rangers on hand to find you the best spots and see all the amazing animals that call this region home including elephants, rhinos and lions – to name only a few
    • Relax in the sunshine on the endless white sandy beaches of Zanzibar, you might want to try your hand at kitesurfing, water skiing or even diving
    • Explore the capital of Zanzibar, Stone Town the island’s historic and cultural capital, wandering around the Old Fort and sampling food from the food stalls that are on every corner

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If you’re after a best-of-both-worlds trip that combines bush and beach, Tanzania is the place to go. On this 10-day trip to the Serengeti and Zanzibar, you’ll have the chance to sink your teeth into one of the best safari locations in the world. Home to elephants, rhinos and lions (to name just a few), as well as one of the best beaches, it is hard not to fall in love with Tanzania. Apart from the turquoise waters of the Indian Ocean, which are great for diving and water skiing, the island’s capital Stone Town is the perfect place for a dose of culture and history. Meander around its historic streets, visit its Old Fort and peruse its nearby boutiques. Just make sure you leave room for cocktails and street food of fresh fish and exotic fruits.


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International Flight

Depart from the UK on an overnight flight to Dar es Salaam. You will likely transit via Kenya or the Gulf on route.


UK - Serengeti

Upon arrival into Dar es Salam, you will be met by a representative of your lodge and escorted to the light aircraft that will take you around two hours northwest to the heart of Serengeti National Park. You will land on one of the many airstrips in the park - quite an experience in itself - and be met by a driver from your lodge. Once you arrive, spend the afternoon relaxing in the sun and settling into your new, luxurious African surroundings.

DAYS 3 & 4


The Serengeti is one of the most famous National Parks in the world, in large part thanks to the famous wildebeest migration that happens in the north every year between July and October. This vast and wild landscape is not only home to wildebeest but a whole host of other African animals - elephants, rhinos and lions, to name drop just a few.

With expert rangers on hand to find you the best spots, spend the next two days giving your camera a workout on twice daily game drives. Since these will be early morning and evening that leaves plenty of time in the day to enjoy the luxury of your lodge, the epic views and a spot of pampering in the spa. Depending on which lodge you choose there are usually a range of other activities to choose from, so if you want to try your hand at bird watching or visit a local village then this is your chance.


Serengeti - Zanzibar

With one last early morning game drive and your camera's memory card now bulging at the seams, it's time to say goodbye to this wild and wonderful landscape. After being driven to the airstrip by your ranger, you'll catch a light aircraft flight back to Dar es Salam, and then another very short one over to Zanzibar.

DAYS 6 to 9


With endless miles of white sandy beaches and azure sea lapping its shores, it's not hard to fall in love with Zanzibar; spend four days here with sand under foot and a sea breeze in your hair. Aside from a serious dose of relaxation you might also want to try your hand at some watersports, from kitesurfing to water skiing there are a huge range of options available, and with its crystal clear waters and colourful coral reef the Zanzibar archipelago is a great diving spot for first timers and pros alike.

As with any respectable beach holiday, cocktails and good food are essential. Thankfully Zanzibar has you covered with a melting pot of flavours and gastronomical influences - think Indian spices coupled with fresh seafood and exotic African fruits.

If you want to get out and explore some of the island, Stone Town is the island's capital and the historic and cultural hub. A wander around The Old Fort and the nearby boutique shops makes for a lovely afternoon, and the street food you'll find around every corner is delicious.

DAY 10

Zanzibar - UK

Unfortunately your time in paradise has come to an end and it's time to go home. Hop on a light aircraft back to Dar es Salaam before flying back home to the UK overnight.

A Rough Idea of Price

Dependent on season, accommodation and activities
The cost for this trip starts from £3,215 per person. The final cost of the trip depends on the way we tailor it especially for you. The final cost varies according to several factors, which include the level of service, length of trip and advance booking time. The exact price will be provided on your personalised quote. The average starting price for this trip is £4,105 per person.
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