Tanzania is abundant wildlife. Tanzania is magnificent landscapes. Tanzania is a colourful mix of people and cultures. In fact, just about everything in Tanzania is a big, bold, awe-inspiring adventure. Much of the country’s game reserves are actively protected by wildlife conservationists and this means some of Africa’s premier game viewing.
One of Tanzania’s crown jewels is the Ngorongoro Crater. The blue/green expanse of this World Heritage Site and Natural Wonder of Africa will leave you in awe. Equally amazing – your drive into the crater to view the most intense numbers of wildlife and especially lions, in Africa.
Where else would you be guaranteed sightings of all the “Big Five”? Join our exciting safari adventures combining the best of Kenya and Tanzania. Natural World Safaris brings you the ultimate wildlife experience. It will stay with you forever.
As always with Natural World Safaris, our many affordable tour choices promise an exciting destination for every interest or taste. Tanzania will dazzle you with its countless flamingos at Lake Manyara, vast groves of stately baobab trees in Tarangire Park, the Serengeti’s endless migration of wildebeests and the towering snow-capped summit of Mt. Kilimanjaro.
Natural World Safaris has shared the beauty of Africa with thousands of its guests. Our years of safari experience and love for Africa’s wildlife means you’ll not only enjoy a once-in-a-lifetime adventure, but you will experience the comfort and confidence that is our guarantee.
Please view our many Kenya & Tanzania safari tour choices below. We’ve provided the details, but you please contact us if you have any questions. We are eager to hear your thoughts and accommodate your wishes.
3 Days - Nairobi, Lake Manyara & Ngorongoro Safari
Beautiful views of Mr. Kilimanjaro accompany your cross border safari to Tanzania.
Dazzling sunrises begin a day of spectacular game viewing at the Ngorongoro crater. See the Big 5 and other wildlife. A fantastic sunset caps this rich experience.
5 Days - Lake Manyara, Ngorongoro Crater , Serengeti - By Road
A diverse road safari from Nairobi to Lake Manyara.
There, a beautiful sunrise greets over 300 migratory
birds, including flamingos.
Visit Serengeti National Park – rich with wildlife. Then
onto the spectacular Ngorongoro Crater – home to
the Big 5.
Kenya and Tanzania Safari in 7 Days
Start out viewing great herds of elephants at
Kenya’s Amboseli Park. And possible snowcapped
views of Mt. Kilimanjaro.
Then onto Tanzania and the diverse wildlife of Lake
Manyara. Next is the Serengeti and game viewing
looking for the Big 5.
You’ll travel to the crater floor of Ngorongoro for more
wildlife and sunset views. Finally, head
back to Nairobi.
Combined Kenya and Tanzania safari in 8 Days
The Masai Mara leads off this diverse tour of
wildlife in Kenya and Tanzania parks. After the
world-famous Mara, you head to tranquil Lake
Then enjoy the vast sweep of the Serengeti with
its wildebeests, lions, cheetah and gazelle. You’ll
be on the lookout for lion, rhino, elephant, leopard
and much more at the Ngorongoro Crater.
The tour winds up at Tarangire Park, with its own
special ecosystem. Then head back to Nairobi.
Kenya and Tanzania safari in 9 Days
This 9-day inclusive tour features 5 parks,
all presenting the most diverse wildlife on
Starting at Lake Manyara, be on the lookout
for flamingos and tree climbing lions! You’ll also
experience the wildlife at Ngorongoro Crater,
the largest intact volcanic caldera.
The vast Serengeti is especially known for the
great wildebeest migration. Learn the local
culture on the shores of Lake Victoria.
Then it’s back to Kenya and the rich world
of wildlife at the Masai Mara. Plus, the culture of
the Maasai people. Tour begins and finishes in Nairobi
Kenya and Tanzania Wildlife Parks Safari in 10 Days
Start at Kenya’s Lake Nakuru National Park with its
hundreds of birds, flamingos and rhino sanctuary. Then
be on the lookout for the Big 5 at Masai Mara Game
The savannah here is immense and you can take an
optional balloon ride to view the vast herds below.
We then cross into Tanzania to experience the great Serengeti
Park, known for its rich and diverse wildlife. At Ngorongoro
Crater view the OIduvai Gorge, where pre-historic human
fossils were found.
Small but beautiful Tarangire National Park is next and then
we cross back to Kenya and Amboseli National Park to view
the elephants and snow-capped Mt. Kilimanjaro.
Combined Kenya & Tanzania Wildlife safari in 10 days
This diverse tour begins at the Masai Mara Game Reserve with
unlimited game viewing. Then Amboseli National Park features
elephants, hippos and a multitude of water fowl.
You’ll spend a night on the shore of famous Lake Victoria, learning
the region’s culture and history. This is followed by 2 nights at
Serengeti Park which features cheetah, zebra and giraffe.
The Ngorongoro Crater, known as the 8th wonder of the world has
abundant lion, rhino, elephant, leopard, buffalo and hippo.
Beautiful Tarangire Park is next and then we cross back into Kenya
to enjoy Amboseli Park with its elephants, gazelle and its wild
array of monkeys. View Mt. Kilimanjaro as we head back to Nairobi.
Kenya and Tanzania safari in 11 Days, 10 Nights
Experience the richness of Kenya and Tanzania on this
wide-ranging adventure of National Parks and game reserves.
Your safari begins at Lake Manyara National Park – home to
flamingos and tree-climbing lions.
We’ll next stop at Ngorongoro Crater, site of diverse
wildlife and world-famous Olduvai Gorge. Then onto the Serengeti
Game Reserve, where the variety of wildlife is truly astounding.
Next, it’s back to Kenya and the Masai Mara Game Reserve. Besides
the Big Five, get ready for views of hippos and crocodiles. At
Lakes Nakuru and Naivasha you’ll be treated to voluminous
birdlife and hippos.
At Amboseli Park, Mt. Kilimanjaro serves as a background to this
park, rich with elephants. After a quick lunch in Nairobi, you’re off
to Tsavo West Park to see hippos, crocodiles and birdlife.
Tour Kenya and Tanzania in 13 days
This tour is very thorough bringing you up
close to the richness of wildlife of East Africa.
Starting at the Samburu Game Reserve you’ll
see local tribes as well as exotic wildlife.
At Olpejeta Conservancy the game viewing includes
rhino and chimpanzees. Then incredible bird watching –
flamingos, pelicans – at Lake Nakuru & Lake Naivasha.
Next, are the world-famous tracts of the Masai Mara
and the Serengeti. Both feature diverse ecosystems
and plentiful game viewing. You’ll spend a night at
Ngorongoro Crater with abundant wildlife and
stunning sunrises and sunsets.
At Lake Manyara there’s rich bird watching and tree
climbing lions. Then back to Kenya and Amboseli Park
with its views of Mt. Kilimanjaro and elephant, antelope,
hyena, baboons and monkeys.
East Africa - Kenya and Tanzania safari in 14 days
Here is the best of Kenya and Tanzania – 14 full days of
rich wildlife, beautiful savannahs and lakes, plains and
even a volcanic crater.
We begin at the parks of Samburu and Ol Pejeta with their
rich assortment of wildlife, including chimpanzees. Then
it’s bird watching at Lake Naivasha and bike riding at Hell’s
Gate National Park. The big cats, elephant and buffalo of
the Masai Mara are next, along with impala, monkeys and
Entering Tanzania, you’ll relax on the shores of Lake Victoria.
The vast Serengeti Park is up next with his immense herd of
migrating wildebeests. Perhaps the most unique game reserve
in the world is the crater floor of Ngorongoro. There’s
plenty of wildlife here and unforgettable sunset views from the
We’ll next cross back into Kenya and the excitement of
Amboseli Park, home to elephant, hyena, jackal, warthog and
much more. Here you can treat yourself to exciting views of
snow-capped Mt. Kilimanjaro.
Contact us for more information
For more information about our safari excursions, or to book your dream safari trip with Natural World, simply get in touch with our friendly travel advisors. Give us a call on +254 202 216 830 or leave your details on our contact us page, and we'll reply as quickly as possible.
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