This short Serengeti itinerary is ideal to add to a Kenya safari. Flights are included to connect from Kenya’s Masai Mara to the famous Serengeti where you can stay at a choice of high quality camps. (At the moment the Mara-Serengeti flight is not available and instead – for the remainder of 2021 at least, this service is through Nairobi (Wilson) then on to Kilimanjaro).

A flight is then included at the end, to Kilimanjaro from where you can either fly back to Nairobi or perhaps continue on safari to other locations within Tanzania or head to the beaches of Zanzibar.


Based on 2 nights, but extra nights can be added (supplements apply).

Day 1: Masai Mara – Serengeti

Leave your Masai Mara property (with picnic lunch) and transfer to the airstrip to board the scheduled flight to Migori. You will be met for the road transfer to Tarime (approx. 1 hour) from where you will fly to the Serengeti, landing at Seronera/Kogatende airstrip. On arrival you will be met to transfer to your camp for check in, lunch and relaxation. Later in the evening, enjoy a game drive in the Park. Dinner and overnight at Nimali Central Serengeti / Nimali Mara Camp.

Day 2: Serengeti

Full day in Serengeti with morning and late afternoon game drives. Full board accommodation Nimali Central Serengeti / Nimali Mara Camp.

Day 3: Serengeti – Kilimanjaro

After breakfast, transfer to the airstrip to board the scheduled flight to Kilimanjaro Airport, lunch not included.

Optional flights (at a supplement, on request): fly from Kilimanjaro to Nairobi departing at 13h50 to arrive Wilson Airport at 14h45.

Alternatively, we can arrange flights, transfers and accommodation for other Tanzania locations including Zanzibar, ideal as a relaxing beach stay after your safari.

For the latest prices & special offers please contact us using our free online Request A Quote service. Our team of safari experts will be happy to tailor an itinerary to suit your exact requirements.

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