Full service camping safari across the Serengeti and Ngorongoro Crater
A wildlife enthusiast's dream, the Serengeti is Tanzania's primary national park, with wide open grasslands stretching as far as the eye can see. Spot lions, elephants and buffalo, and if really fortunate, the elusive leopard.
In contrast, the walls of the Ngorongoro Crater provide a home for both animals and humans alike - this has been the case for millennia and we can discover its early history at one of the most important prehistoric sites, Olduvai Gorge. This journey from Tarangire National Park to the Serengeti will take us through varied habitats, and what better way to immerse ourselves in this environment than to camp.
These exclusive, small group departures maximise time in the parks so that you can really appreciate some of East Africa's most dramatic scenery and wildlife.
What makes this trip responsible?
Most of this tour is spent camping which reduces our energy consumption for the whole trip. We also pay the mandatory park fees which contribute to conservation of the parks and surrounding areas.
In Tanzania, we have worked alongside Plan UK to provide smokeless stoves to households across the Geita District. Local villagers were trained into building these stoves which have both health and environmental benefits. We also sponsor schools where Porters who work on Mt Kilimanjaro can go to learn English as well as providing a scholarship to some of our Mt. Kilimanjaro guides to undertake a course during the rainy season in tourism administration.
Group of lions