3 days Fly in South Serengeti (Ndutu) Safari (December – March)
DAY 01: Drive/Fly to Serengeti – Ndutu
On this morning day you will start by driving from Arusha to the Serengeti National Park crossing the Masai Steppe and the Ngorongoro Conservation Area, entering the South Serengeti. If flying you will take the Morning (08h00 hrs flight straight to Ndutu Airstrip where you will be picked by our Safari driver
guide. The afternoon will be spent doing game drives in Serengeti until late afternoon when you will drive and check in at Serengeti Savannah Camp. Lunch and dinner included.
DAY 02: game view in Serengeti National Park
We can wake early for a sunrise game drive in the Serengeti at Dawn if you wish. This should be discussed with your safari guide the previous night. After the early morning game drive you will take breakfast at the lodge/camp then leave with a packed lunch and spend the whole day in the endless plains of the Serengeti National Park.Serengeti National Park is the largest part of the Serengeti – Masai Mara Ecosystem that stretches into Kenya and is the stage for the Annual Wildebeests Migration that sees Millions of Wildebeests, Zebras and Gazelles trek thousands of Kilometers in search of pasture and Water. Serengeti is also the home for some amazing numbers of wild animals and birdlife. Overnight at Serengeti Savannah Camps. All meals are included. Breakfast, Lunch/lunch box and dinner.
DAY 03: Drive/Fly out of Serengeti
Wake up call early morning, have just a cup of hot coffee then proceed for the early morning game drive, this morning game drive is very important as you will be able to witness the early morning kills from the big five. After the game drive drive back to the camp for the main breakfast, there after check out the camp and proceed for the last game drive as you head back to Arusha. Arrive in Arusha late afternoon with a drop off to the Hotel of your choice or back to the airport depending with your flight time
Note: This safari can be done in 4 or 5 Days depending on your Preference and availability of time