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Tour Description:

This is a unique safari which gives you the opportunity to experience the birthing of   thousands of newborn wildebeest dropped onto the vast fields of the Ndutu Area of the Serengeti national park.

The birthing season is between December – March and you will witness the baby wildebeests, gazelle, zebra and many more take their first steps, with sounds of the newborns baying and bleating an awesome unforgettable natural drama experience.

Witness the Awesome Cycles of The Great Migration

 Destination overview:

Tarangire National Park
  • 1 night stay
  • More than 550 species of birdlife
  • Herds of Wildebeests, cape Buffalo and Zebras
  • High density of elephants and baobab trees
  • Known for termite mounds over the landscapes
Ndutu Area in Tanzania
  • 2 Nights stay
  • Thousands of herds of the great migration
  • Wildebeest calving fields
  • Lots of newborns of every species
  • Famous for big and small cats
Serengeti National Park in Tanzania
  • 2 nights stay
  • Witness the great wildebeest migration moving on to the Masai Mara reserve in magical Kenya
  • Largest population of lions in Africa
  • The ‘Big Five’
  • Famous for its dense and varied wildlife
Ngorongoro Crater Tanzania
  • 1night stay
  • Site of prehistoric man, the Olduvai Gorge
  • World’s largest intact volcanic caldera
  • 8th Wonder of the World & UNESCO World Heritage Site
  • Dense concentration and easily accessible wildlife

Tour Itinerary:

Day1: Arusha – Tarangire National Park

Our driver tour guide will pick you up from the Arusha airport, hotel or residence at 0800hrs.

Depart for Tarangire park after briefing and drive through the scenic Masai country with its distinct vegetation and micro climates

This Park has abundance of wildlife and thousands of elephants not leaving out the lion, leopard, wildebeest, zebra, buffalo, eland and gazelle.

Our night will be spent at Tarangire lodge or luxury tented camp

Meal plan: Lunch/Dinner

Day 2: Tarangire Park – Ndutu Area (220 Km 6 Hrs.)

After breakfast we will depart Tarangire and to the Ndutu Area, a 220 km drive approximately 6hrs. We will have a stop-over at the world-famous Olduvai Gorge which has an outstanding record of our ancient history, cultural development and vast fossilized human remains.

Ndutu area is ideal for viewing the cycle of the great wildebeest migration.

The calving season of thousands of newborns dropped is an unforgettable experience.

Overnight at our Ndutu selected tented camp

Meal Plan: Breakfast / Lunch / Dinner

Day3: Full Day at Ndutu Area

Today will have a full day of unlimited game drives on the rolling grasslands and wooded acacia forests of Ndutu.

The Ndutu Area also features resident wildlife that can be spotted at its many watering holes during the dry season all year round.

Bird watching can also be experienced in the Ndutu area.

Overnight at our Ndutu selected tented camp

Meal Plan: Breakfast / Lunch / Dinner

Day 4: Ndutu Area – Serengeti National Park

Today we head north into the heart of the great Serengeti National Park a distance of 150km and approx. 3-hour drive. We arrive in time for lunch and afternoon game drive.

Serengeti National Park is home to a vast number of wildlife and its plains stretch out to the deep horizon.

Overnight at our Serengeti lodge or tented camp

Meal Plan: Breakfast / Lunch / Dinner

Day 5: Full Day at Serengeti National Park

And it is an entire day of unlimited game drives with a choice of picnic lunch in the wildlife bush.

Serengeti National Park is rich in ecosystem and known for the ‘’seven wonders of Africa’’ – the wildebeest, Lions, Buffalo, giraffe, elephants, zebras and over 500 species of birds.

Return to your accommodation as the sun sets.

Overnight at our Serengeti lodge or tented camp

Meal Plan: Breakfast / Lunch / Dinner

Day 6: Serengeti – Ngorongoro

Rise up to an early awakening African savannah sunlight for a morning game drive in the park. Return for breakfast and head out to the Ngorongoro Crater which will take approx. 3 hours, a distance of 160kms.

The Ngorongoro crater is the largest intact volcanic caldera on the planet with a vast geological structure.

Descend to the crater’s steep walls in our 4 x 4 WD, coming to rest in a verdant universe of teeming wildlife. We will explore the viewing of all the big cats, Crater’s grasslands and acacia forests.

Picnic lunch will be served and after a continuation of afternoon game drive.

We will ascend back up at the rim of the crater as the sun sets.

Overnight at Ngorongoro safari lodge or tented camp.

Meal Plan: Breakfast / Lunch / Dinner

Day 7: Ngorongoro Crater – Arusha

Rise up early to catch the beautiful sunrise at the rim of the crater.

Have breakfast and drive back to Arusha as our 7 days Tanzania safari comes to an end. The drive is approximately 5hrs a distance of 260kms

We will drop you back at the airport, hotel or residence leaving you with Maggie Holidays East Africa unforgettable memorable Tanzania wildlife safari experiences.

Tour Inclusions:

  • Transport in a customized pop-up top 4 x 4 land cruiser jeep.
  • Accommodation while on safari as per your itinerary
  • Meals-Lunch/Dinner/Breakfast as indicated
  • All applicable park entry & Crater service fees
  • Lunch in Arusha
  • Government levies & taxes
  • Applicable Concession Fees


  • Drinks and Bottled water in the lodges and during all the mentioned meals
  • All items of a personal nature like telephone/fax bills, bar bills, laundry etc
  • Visa entry fees currently at $50pp easily obtainable upon arrival at the border entry point
  • Travel/baggage/Medical Insurance
  • Flying Doctors coverage available at an extra $35 per person
  • The flying doctors medical, emergency and rescue cover
  • Gratuities to Safari guides & hotel staff
  • Any other item which is not mentioned in the “Inclusions” clause above.

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