We've tried to sum up the excitement, anticipation and feeling of "being there" in a short video...enjoy!
Our camp is a little gem. Full of heart and soul, and tucked into a grove of secluded riverside bush, it is so much at one with the wild that animals hardly look up as they do their thing around us.
Entamanu Ngorongoro, the newest addition to our family, sits on an extraordinary site in the sharp air of the Ngorongoro Highlands, perched on the rim of the Ngorongoro Crater.
A family safari is an opportunity to spend quality time together creating memoriesthat last a lifetime.
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Take a glimpse of this magical place in all of it's animated splendour.
If you're seeking an adventure far from the madding crowds and want to feel true wilderness, this is where you go.
As you walk around the camp, you are constantly surprised by new views of baobab groves glowing in the sun.
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The group arrives and meets in Arusha. You will overnight at Rivertrees Country Inn for a briefing dinner from Margot and Julien, before setting off on safari tomorrow.
Today you will fly from Arusha to the Serengeti National Park. On arrival in the Serengeti you will be met by your team of Nomad guides and head back to Serengeti Safari Camp. Settle in with the group and plan your days ahead.
A full day on safari from Serengeti Safari Camp.
This time of year sees the Great Migration gather in the southern Serengeti plains to calve. It is a high action time to be on safari with over 500,000 young wildebeest starting their lives on the short grass plains, followed closely by an array of predators. Photographic opportunities are endless.
A second day enjoying the Great Migration from Serengeti Safari Camp.
Today you will game drive to the airstrip in time for your flight to Greystoke Mahale in Western Tanzania. On arrival in Mahale you will be met by the camp guides and take the dhow for an hour and a half along the lakeshore to reach Greystoke. There is absolutely no road access into the Mahale Mountains National Park. Spend the rest of the day relaxing on the beautiful beach, and get to know the guides who will take you meet the chimpanzees ...
Gather for breakfast while you await news from the camp trackers of the whereabouts of the chimpanzees. As soon as they have been located you will head up into the mountains with your guides to spend time with the chimps.
Please be aware that the walking in Mahale can be challenging. The mountains are steep, and the walks can be long depending on the location of the chimpanzees. Please be fit and prepared.
A second full day at Greystoke to either head up to see the chimps again, or just relax and enjoy being out on the Lake, or walking through the forest in search of the incredible wildlife that calles Mahale home.
Bid farewell to Greystoke and make your way back to the airstrip by boat, in time for your flight back to Arusha.
Our fabulous camp managers can be found via their own camp blogs, where they have centre stage - and a free rein - to tell you exactly what goes on 'on safari'.
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