Kenya & Tanzania Combined


  • 3 night Maasai Mara
  • 3 nights Serengeti
  • 3 nights Ruaha
  • 3 nights Zanzivar
  • Excellent game viewing year-round
  • Fully inclusive 

Experience some of East Africa’s highlights, combining safari and beach. Begin in the Masai Mara searching for cheetah and learning about Maasai culture before flying across the border to the Serengeti, staying in a tented camp that moves around the park following the Great Migration. Fly south to the lesser known Ruaha, watching herds of elephant dig for water in dry riverbeds and leopards lurking in the trees. Finally unwind on the white sandy beaches of Zanzibar, swimming in the warm Indian Ocean.

Low season

6-31st Jan / 1-14th Mar / 15 Nov – 19 Dec

From USD$ 8720 per person sharing
From USD$ 9830 per single

Shoulder Season

1 – 30 Jun / 1 – 29 Feb 2021

From USD$ 8920 per person sharing
From USD$ 10300 per single

Peak Season

Sept / Oct

From USD$ 9500 per person sharing
From USD$ 11630 per single

High Season

20 – 31st Dec / 1-5th Jan 2021

From USD$ 9680 per person sharing
From USD$ 11560 per single

Day 1

On arrival at Nairobi’s Jomo Kenyatta International Airport, you will be met by an Asilia driver who will transfer you by private vehicle to the domestic airport, Wilson Airport. Fly from here to the Masai Mara, a journey of approximately 1 hour (15kg luggage limit per person; soft bags required for all flights on this itinerary). A guide from Encounter Mara will meet you here and game drive you back to camp, offering the perfect introduction to the vast savannah plains and stopping to watch any wildlife you encounter on the way. Settle into your tent and enjoy lunch and time to relax. After afternoon tea and cake, head out on a game drive to search for big cats and other wildlife in the Mara Naboisho Conservancy.

Day 2-3

Enjoy morning and afternoon safari activities at Encounter Mara. A visit to one of the local villages offers authentic insight into Maasai culture and your guide will explain how the Mara Naboisho Conservancy carefully balances the needs of wildlife conservation with the local communities’ livelihoods. Night drives offer a unique chance to search for nocturnal species as well as predators on the move.

Day 4

After breakfast, you will be driven to the airstrip to begin your journey across the border into the Serengeti in Tanzania. You will fly to Migori near the border, where a driver and vehicle will meet you and drive you across the land border, stopping to complete immigration formalities. From there it’s a short distance to Tarime on the Tanzania side, to arrive in time for your flight into the Serengeti. The whole journey takes approximately two and a half hours and, after having breakfast in the Masai Mara, you’ll arrive at your Serengeti camp in time for lunch and a well-earned rest. In the afternoon, go out on a game drive to explore the vast savannah with your guide from Ubuntu Migration Camp.

Day 5-6

Enjoy morning and afternoon game drives from Ubuntu Migration Camp, searching with your guide for the plentiful wildlife that is found in the Serengeti year-round. If your safari coincides with the timing of The Great Migration, you’ll also seek out these large herds of wildebeest, zebra and gazelle as they journey through the plains in search of fresh grazing

Day 7

After breakfast in camp, you will be driven to the airstrip for your flight south to Ruaha National Park, a journey of roughly 2 hours. A guide from Kwihala will be there to greet you and game drive you back to camp, introducing you to the very different landscape of this southern park. After lunch and a little time to relax, you will go out on an afternoon game drive and stop for sundowner drinks and snacks. Night-drive back to camp, watching out for nocturnal species such as the bat-eared fox, or predators such as lion, that start to prowl as darkness falls

Day 8-9

Safari activities take place in the early morning and late afternoon, when wildlife is most active. You will join expert guides on game drives to explore further afield, on walking safaris to seek out the smaller details and learn how to track wildlife from prints and signs in the bush, and on night drives to watch nocturnal species. Breakfast is often a picnic to maximise your explorations, and you will return to camp for lunch and a siesta.

Day 10

After breakfast, depart camp and game drive to the airstrip, where you will fly to Zanzibar, two and a half hours away. On arrival, you will be met and driven by private vehicle to Matemwe Lodge, northeast of the island. Spend the rest of the afternoon unwinding in your thatch-and-stone chalet right on the ocean, snoozing in a hammock or swimming in one of the two pools.

Day 11-12

Spend your days at Matemwe Lodge relaxing and swimming in the warm Indian Ocean, taking a boat to the reef to snorkel or dive, kayaking along the shoreline looking for turtles, sailing in a dhow watching for dolphins or taking a picnic lunch on a remote sandbank. Other watersports on offer include stand-up paddleboarding, kayaking and kitesurfing (seasonal).

Day 13

After breakfast, you will be driven back to Zanzibar International Airport for your flight to Dar es Salaam International Airport, only 20-minutes drive away, where you can connect to your international flight home