The Serengeti is one of the oldest and most scientifically significant ecosystems on the planet. Its weather patterns, fauna and flora are believed to have changed very little over a million years, giving the area a prehistoric feel. The Serengeti is home to the world’s largest movement of animals, often called the “Great Migration.” More than 1.7 million wildebeest, 500,000 zebra, and 200,000 antelope make their way from the Ndutu region of the southern Serengeti northward through the whole length of the “endless plains” to Kenya’s Masai Mara.
Day Trip: Zanzibar - Ndutu – Zanzibar.
Departing from Zanzibar Airport at 6am straight to Ndutu Serengeti south where you will met the guide who will brief you regarding your game drive in Serengeti where migration occurs. After a short brief you will depart for a game drive in a 4x4 modified safari vehicle in the Serengeti national park the number one African national park exploring the game in the surrounding areas, from your seat on a closed vehicle, a comfortable and privileged journey through the wild African bush.
Ndutu forms a part of the route for the annual migration of more than 2 million wildebeests and thousands of zebra, antelope and gazelle through the Serengeti eco system. During game drives you will be able to see the great migration in this region. Flight back to Zanzibar in afternoon.
- Flight from Zanzibar and back
- Professional guide/driver
- National Park fees
- Game drive fees
- Tourism development levy
- Bottled water
- Transfer from hotel to airport and back (can be organized if needed)
- Tips and personal expanses