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Four of Africa’s iconic sights are lined up in a row in northern Tanzania. See towering Mount Kilimanjaro, diverse Great Rift Valley, 10-mile-wide Ngorongoro Crater and the Serengeti — all in one safari. You will have your own private vehicle and expert guide keeping you away from the crowds. We can arrange your stay in awesome accommodation — imaginatively designed camps and lodges deep in the wilds with every comfort.
Great Migration on the Serengeti plains.

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Hike viewpoint, Ubuntu South, Tanzania.

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Leopard in Serengeti.

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The Serengeti

The Serengeti is more than grasslands. There are great forests, rivers, massive granite hills and crumbling kopjes. You will want to witness the Great Migration of 2 million animals and we can plan the ideal location to witness it. There are also thousands of big cats, elephant, giraffe, antelope, crocodiles and countless plains game.
Wildebeest zebras and flamingos on Ngorongoro Crater floor.

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Deck dining, Ngorongoro Crater Lodge.

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Game drive near elephant, Ngorongoro Crater Lodge, Tanzania.

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The Ngorongoro Crater

Millions of years ago Ngorongoro was even taller than Kilimanjaro. Until a cataclysmic eruption blasted out the entire volcano, leaving a 10-mile-wide crater now housing 20,000 animals. It’s something to reflect on as you relax with a cool drink on your veranda at Crater Lodge gazing from the crater rim towards the floor 1,500 feet below.
Two women and guide watching hippo from lakeshore at sunrise

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Pelicans at Lake Manyara, Tanzania.

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Tree climbing lion.

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The Great Rift Valley

As you descend the eastern slope of the Ngorongoro Crater you see the Great Rift Valley. Running from Kenya to Zimbabwe it is a huge geological trench dotted with beautiful soda lakes like Lake Manyara. Your guide will take you along the delightful lakeshore where there are 400 species of birds, hippopotamus and crocodiles. As you move among the gorgeous forests you find elephant, leopard and may see a tree climbing lion lounging on a branch of an ancient sausage tree.
Spotting herd of elephants on walking safari from Little Oliver's

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Tent exterior, Oliver's Camp, Tarangire.

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Giraffe in Tarangire.

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Tarangire

Neighbouring Tarangire is equally beautiful and rich in wildlife. Between June and October 3,000 elephants migrate, drawn by the Tarangire River. Oliver’s Camp is one of our favourites where ten traditional tented rooms are hidden in the remote south of the national park overlooking the Minyonyo floodplain.
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