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I spent many hours reading about safaris in Kenya and Tanzania and researching operators, but when I found Deeper Africa's Tanzania Tour rated by National Geographic, I knew I had found the trip I was looking for.  Karen Zulauf put together a two-week trip in Tanzania that provided the most time "in the bush" and the least time traveling between sites while covering more territory (four parks/ecosystems) than any other operator I found.  The trip was tailored to provide maximum time with the fewest number of guides, so our trips felt very personalized.  Aminiel Nnko in the Serengeti not only was our guide - he became our friend and together we all had an even richer experience.  Each shift - from location to location - was well orchestrated and so easy.  No part of the trip was hurried or tense.  Our accommodations and transports were terrific.  Best of all we saw the most fabulous countryside, the most amazing variety of wonderful creatures, and the very special culture of Tanzania's people. 

Stephanie Sales
Walnut Creek, California
USA

Deeper Serengeti Safari

11-Day Wildlife Safari: 11 Days, 10 Nights in Kenya and Tanzania
  • Wildlife Viewing In Tanzania:  Serengeti Seronera area and northern Serengeti
  • Wildlife Viewing in Kenya: Maasai Mara and Nabiosho Conservancy  
  • Types of Transportation:  Land Cruiser, Bush Plane
  • Active Options Included:  Walking Safaris, Bird Watching
  • Additional Active Options Available:  Ballooning, Bicycling, Canoeing
  • Cultural Experience Included: Mara North Conservancy  
  • Additional Cultural Experiences Available: Shanga Project, Sheldrick Animal Orphanage
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Trip Overview

Deeper Serengeti allows for a depth of wildlife viewing in the Serengeti ecosystem not easily experienced elsewhere. While most safaris spend two or three days in the Serengeti, this safari devotes nine days – observing four separate ecosystems; two in Tanzania and two in Kenya. Fly in and out of the Serengeti bush for a bird’s eye view and faster transit times.

Each ecosystem has its own special gems: cheetah on the Serengeti plains and the western Mara, rhinos in the northern Serengeti, and lions, as well as leopards, in the Mara and Seronera areas. Traveling from south to north gives you the greatest chance of encountering the Serengeti herds of wildebeest, zebra, and gazelle. At last count, the Serengeti herds were estimated at 1.7 million animals. This wilderness can inspire and awe. No fences, no settlements – just a perennial migration of wildlife that stretches over a thousand miles between Tanzania and Kenya. The Serengeti remains the greatest wildlife show on the planet.

All of the camps in this itinerary are in remote locations that will touch your soul.  The accommodations are comfortable and tasteful. They are also on the leading edge of conservation stewardship. Their footprints on the Serengeti are as light as possible. Fruits and vegetables are sourced locally and grown by individual farmers and cooperatives. Camp operations are focused on reducing, reusing, and recycling waste to prevent pollution. All of the camps operate carbon neutral. All of your guides and camp staff are Tanzanian and Kenyan. They are trained to international standards of guiding and hospitality. They will make you feel comfortable and welcome.

Accommodations

Onsea House / Machweo - Arusha


Dunia Camp - Serengeti


Olakira Camp - Serengeti


Sayari Camp - Serengeti National Park
Naibor Camp - Maasai Mara Game Reserve


Olare Mara - Olare Motorogi Conservancy


House of Waine - Nairobi

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National Geographic Adventure Magazine chose Deeper Africa as one of the Top 10 Safari Outfitters on Earth.