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Tanzania Great Migration Luxury Safari

An unparalleled experience deep into the heart of East Africa to Tanzania, the famous ‘Land of The Lion King’ and ‘Rolls Royce’ of all game reserves Tanzania’s world-renowned Serengeti National Park. Experience the calm rhythm of life in the heart of the world of nature and throng of herds that will forever fill the imagination.  This is a place from which no person returns unchanged.

-8 days
Thurs June 27 – Thurs July 4, 2024

Famous for its annual migration of over 1.5 million white-bearded wildebeest and 250,000 zebra as well as numerous Nile crocodile and honey badger, the Serengeti National Park is a place like no other on the face of the earth.


The remarkable herds of animals that migrate around this region by far outnumbers anything of its kind on the planet. Those few who are lucky enough to witness this spectacle can testify to what a life-changing experience it is.

Most of our Tanzania safari will be spent in Serengeti itself, as well as in the famous Ngorongoro Crater to the south, enjoying what is truly the greatest wildlife show on earth, and some spectacular scenery along the way, all in magnificent luxury hotels with our famous freshly prepared gourmet kosher cuisine.

Without any doubt this exclusive Tour can be described as the “Rolls Royce” of Safari offerings!

  • On arrival in the late afternoon, we hope for clear skies and a fantastic view of that icon of equatorial Africa- the highest point on the continent with its snow-capped peak - the top of Mount Kilimanjaro!

  • On Friday we explore the refreshingly green forests and mountains of the Arusha National Park, home to many large mammals, such as giraffe and zebra, as well as primates such as the unique Colobus “black and white” monkeys.

    n addition to the gorgeous scenery and exotic wildlife this amazing nature park has to offer, on a clear day, its views of Arusha’s signature volcano, Mount Meru, and the nearby Mount Kilimanjaro, Africa’s highest peak, can be absolutely breathtaking!

    In the afternoon, we drive through the “Great African Rift Valley”, the massive fault-line that extends from Southern Africa through to Northern Israel, and up to the Ngorongoro Highlands Region, where we check into our lovely mountain hotel for a memorable Shabbat at the magnificent lodge.

  • This morning, we drive up to the top of the highlands that forms the rim of this unique volcanic crater and descend its steep escarpment into an island haven for countless species of animals.

    Ngorongoro Crater is known to contain the greatest concentration of animals in the world year-round, since in this protected and fertile environment, animals seldom have reason to leave. Here, in but a few short hours one can usually see an incredibly diverse number of unique species.

    This crater is also the best place in the ecosystem to see the highly endangered rhino, where the protected and controlled environment keeps it relatively safe from poachers. The lake at its center makes an incredible feeding ground for large groups of flamingo, often observed from the top of the crater as an unending sea of pink!

  • On Monday, our day begins with a hearty breakfast, setting the stage for an unforgettable experience. We'll start by visiting an authentic Masai village where we immerse ourselves in their rich culture, gaining insight into their ancient way of life and traditions.

    Next, our path leads us straight into the breathtaking expanse of the Serengeti National Park, where endless savannahs stretch as far as the eye can see. 

    Here, amidst the majestic beauty of the African wilderness, we'll spend two nights surrounded by the sights and sounds of nature at its most pristine.

    In addition to witnessing the iconic Great Migration, the Serengeti boasts an abundance of resident wildlife, from graceful antelopes and gazelles to the mighty lion and elusive leopard. With each safari drive, we'll seek out these magnificent creatures, marveling at their beauty and grace in their natural habitat. 

    Our accomodation in the Serengeti includes a stay at a comfortable tented camp/lodge/hotel inside the park, offering an immersive experience unlike any other. 

    Prepare to be enchanted by the magic of the Serengeti as we create memories to last a lifetime amidst the untamed splendor of Africa's most iconic landscape. 


  • Thursday June 27 – Thursday July 4, 2024 (8 days)

    An ultra luxury peak season Serengeti migration safari

    $14,000 (per person sharing);

    Please inquire about single’s supplement

    (based on a minimum of 6 adult participants)

    $12,000 (per person sharing);

    Please inquire about single’s supplement

    (based on a minimum of 10 adult participants)

    • Luxury 5 Star Hotel accommodation (or closest equivalent when unavailable) 

    • 3 freshly prepared kosher meals daily by GKS team, under strict hashgacha of the Johannesburg Beis Din. Packed lunches when out for the day

    • Twice daily snacks and plenty bottled water on excursions; soft drinks and water during meals

    • Quality local kosher wines served at dinner

    • All excursions, transfers, entrance fees and guiding on the itinerary except when explicitly excluded 

    What’s not Included?

    • Tips – 6% (approx. $840 p/p)

    • International airfares

    • Domestic flights from Arusha to Lake Manyara/Ngorongoro Region and from Kilimanjaro to Arusha  

    • Optional balloon ride (approx. $500 per person) 

    • Visas and airport taxes

    • Travel insurance (highly recommended)

    • Hotel upgrades

    • Bar, laundry, and other hotel extras 

    • Personal expenses

    • Trip is subject to a minimum of 6 guests signing up. Deposit will be refunded if the trip does not go ahead, so please don’t pay for flights until we have given the go ahead! 

    • Schedule, hotels and other items are subject to change based on availability, group size and other factors, but in the event this occurs, the overall standard of the trip will be maintained as best as reasonably possible.


*These FAQ's are specific to this tour.
  • East Africa has an equatorial climate and the temperatures are fairly similar throughout the year. At this time in particular, temperatures are generally still high. Also it is quite a dry month with fine clear skies and sunny weather for most of the country making it one of the best times to visit Tanzania, which also coincides with the Great Migration of wildebeest and zebra.


  • The weather does change though depending on where exactly you go, especially with elevation and precipitation. At sea level it will most likely be extremely hot and humid, and cooler as elevation increases. So, although usually pleasantly warm, the higher areas of the Serengeti, Arusha, Ngorongoro, and Kilimanjaro regions can be a little windy, rainy, and cool, and a sweatshirt and jacket are always recommended, particularly for early morning drives.

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