5 Day Safari to Northern Serengeti with Flights

Recommended when the Great Wildebeest Migration is in the north of the Serengeti, from June to October.


Monday 16th August 2021: Collected from your accommodation in Moshono at 0630 and transferred to Arusha Airport for the Coastal Aviation flight at 0745, arriving at Kogatende at 1005 where you'll be met by your Nasikia driver for  game drives with lunch box in an open-sided vehicle. Dinner and overnight at Nasikia's Kazkaz Mara Tented Camp.

17th to 19th August 2021: Game drives in the Mara River region in pursuit of the Wildbeest Migration and in the hope of witnessing the most dramatic event in the world's annual safari calendar - the crossing of the Mara River. Nights at Nasikia's Kazkaz Mara Tented Camp.

Friday 20th August 2021: Morning game drives in the Mara River region. Return to camp for early lunch.

Transfer to Kogatende airstrip for Coastal Aviation flight at 1455, arriving at Arusha Airport at 1820, where you'll be met by a TK driver and transferred to your hotel in Arusha.

Safari route map

Note in the map below that the road journey is replaced by flights both ways.

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Saturday 18th September 2021: Pick up at School of St Jude. Transfer to Kilimanjaro Airport (JRO) for Precision Air flight at 1650, arriving into Zanzibar at 1810. Met by driver and transferred to Sunshine Marine Lodge.

18th to 23rd September 2021: 5 nights at Sunshine Marine Lodge in one of their Blue Breeze Suites on half board basis.

Thursday 23rd September: Transfer after check out from Sunshine Marine Lodge to Zanzibar Airport for Precision Air flight at 1710, arriving to Kilimanjaro Airport at 1930. Met by TK driver and transferred to Rivertrees for overnight, where you'll be reunited with your stored luggage.


Friday 24th September 2021: 7 day TK Lemosho Climb from 24th to 30th September 2021.

When considering an ascent of Kilimanjaro we frequently receive enquiries about what climbers should expect in terms of temperatures and precipitation. While this information is of course useful, it tells only a very small part of the story in terms of informing a climber how they should prepare.


Tipping is a universal custom on Kilimanjaro and on safari and has always constituted a significant proportion of a guide or porter’s salary. It is alleged that there are even companies operating locally that do not pay their staff any salaries and that these workers rely exclusively on tips.