Tanzania Family Safari
This adventure begins with a visit to a 12,000 acre private nature refuge, which has become a model for community-based conservation. From there, your group will carry on to the Serengeti, which will be bursting at the seams with wildlife including elephant, giraffe, and large prides of lion. Next, travel to the famous Ngorongoro Crater, the largest unbroken volcanic caldera on Earth and home to the world’s densest concentration of mammals. Lucky guests could view the Big Five before lunch. Finish your safari with a community service project in the Ngorongoro Highlands and some relaxation at the luxurious Gibb’s Farm.
- Visit a 12,000 acre private nature refuge in the Eastern Serengeti for morning bush walks, night drives by infrared spotlight and intimate Maasai cultural interactions.
- Head deep into the Serengeti and Ngorongoro Crater for world-class wildlife viewing for the Big 5, large herds of wildebeest and zebra and more!
- Finish with a soft landing at the award winning Gibb’s Farm where guests can enjoy farm-fresh meals and participate in a special community project.
Schedule by day
- June 21: Depart for Arusha, Tanzania
- June 22: Arrival into Arusha
- June 23: Arusha / Eastern Serengeti Ecosystem
- June 24: Eastern Serengeti Ecosystem
- June 25: Eastern Serengeti Ecosystem / Serengeti National Park
- June 26: Serengeti National Park
- June 27: Serengeti National Park
- June 28: Serengeti National Park / Ngorongoro Highlands
- June 29: Ngorongoro Highlands
- June 30: Ngorongoro Highlands
- July 1: Depart for flights home
- July 2: Arrive home
Per person, double occupancy; Land only:
- Adult Rate: $8,995
- Teen Rate (12-15 years old): $8,595
- Child Rate (6-11 years old): $7,995
- Single supplement: $995
*Please note prices do not include $300 Value Added
Tax imposed by the Tanzania government as of July 1,
- 1 night at Rivertrees Country Inn in Arusha
- 2 nights at Eastern Serengeti Nyumba
- 3 nights at Serengeti Nyumba
- 3 nights at Gibb’s Farm in Karatu
- 1 day room at Rivertrees Country Inn in Arusha
Your adventure takes place in some of the most remote regions of northern Tanzania. This tour involves exposure to the outdoors, full days of touring, and some walking (up to 2 hours), often along uneven terrain. This is not an active safari, but you should be in good physical condition in order to enjoy it to the fullest. Wildlife-viewing drives may last up to five hours on bumpy, dusty, and occasionally muddy roads. The drives are minimized with wildlife viewing and/or cultural stops along the way.
Jeremiah Smith, Jr., Visiting Professor of Law
Salzman will give the following lectures: Keeping Noah's Ark Afloat: The Story of Wildlife Conservation; The History of Drinking Water; A Short History of the Age of Exploration in Africa; & Making Trees Worth More Standing Than Cut Down.
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