Safari After Your Kilimanjaro Climb

Safari After Your Kilimanjaro Climb

Safari After Kilimanjaro Serengeti Wildebeest Migration


Southern, Western or Northern Serengeti

Recommended: 4 Days/3 Nights


  • Experience the power of the migration up close in the vast savannas of the southern, western or northern Serengeti, depending on the season.
  • Search for “Big Five” – lion, leopard, elephant, rhino and buffalo in one of Africa’s most celebrated wildlife reserves.


  • The trip price depends on the time of the year and the location of the herds. Please contact us for prices.


  • All Year

Day 1-3

Serengeti National Park

Safari After Kilimanjaro Serengeti Migration
Safari after Kilimanjaro Lion Cubs In Ndutu
Safari after Kilimanjaro Balllooon Flight On Safari
Safari After Kilimanjaro Serengeti Migration Mara River
Safari after Kilimanjaro Cheetah
Serengeti Migration
Lion Cubs In Ndutu
Balllooon Flight On Safari
Migration Mara River
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Witness the incredible Serengeti Migration, where more than a million wildebeest and 500,000 zebra make an annual march across the plains in pursuit of fresh grass. Words are barely adequate to describe it, and even photos and videos hardly do justice to the enormity of the wildebeest migration.

To provide our guests with the best opportunity to witness the great migration, the location in the Serengeti differs by season, and the movement of the herds. Depending on the months, you might be driving or flying to the safari park. 

Optional activities: Hot-Air Balloon Flight

Overnights are in a tented mobile camp or a tented lodge. The location of the camp will depend on the time of the year.

Day 4

Arusha – Kilimanjaro Airport

Safari after Kilimanjaro Bush Flight

The largest intact caldera in the world, the Ngorongoro Crater shelters over 30,000 animals, making this one of the few places in Africa where you stand a high chance of seeing all Big Five in one day. It is an area of spectacular beauty and excellent game viewing, a truly unique safari destination in Africa.

Descend 2,000 feet to the crater’s floor and observe the interactions of predators and prey; spot colorful bird-life and track elephants, rare black rhino, cheetah, big cats, and more.