Family Safari Tanzania
14 Days
Tanzania, Zanzibar
Price Guide


Typically starts at US$500+ per person, per day of service


Typically starts at US$600+ per person, per day of service


Typically starts at US$750+ per person, per day of service


  • Experience 4 distinct National Parks (eco-systems): Tarangire, Lake Manyara, the Ngorongoro Crater Conservation Area and the Serengeti
  • Witness the Great Migration
  • “Do something different” – such as mountain biking, fly camping or walking safaris
  • Enjoy the sun, sand and water activities
  • Note: all our suggested itineraries can be tailored to your personal requirements

Diverse in all aspects! This itinerary offers 4 (or 5 if you include the beach) remarkably different eco-systems which is a key element to creating a captivating safari. Upon arrival, you’ll spend one night in Arusha to recover from the long journey. Your private driver/guide will be your escort as you stay at Oliver’s Camp in Tarangire. From there, drive to the Ngorongoro Highlands, visiting Lake Manyara en-route. Experience a day in the famed Ngorongoro Crater before flying (or driving – depending on time of year) into the Serengeti (Ndutu region) to experience the Great Migration whilst staying at Olakira Camp. Finish your safari with a relaxing 4 night stay on Zanzibar’s secluded North-East Coast at Matemwe Beach House.


Day 1

Upon arrival at Kilimanjaro International Airport (JRO) you will be met by your driver and transferred to Machweo Wellness Retreat where you will spend one night to relax.

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Day 2 - 3

Spend two nights at Oliver’s Camp where you’ll experience Tarangire National Park. Tarangire is famed for huge herds of elephants, an abundance of birdlife (more than 500 species!) and beautiful baobab trees. Experience night drives, nature walks, fly camping, stargazing and being able to watch animals right from the comfort of the camp are all unique to Oliver’s (note: some activities subject to additional cost).

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Day 4

Depart Tarangire, and enjoy a game drive through Lake Manyara. This park contains a wide variety of habitats supporting hundreds of different bird species (it is possible to see flamingoes!) and the possibility of mountain biking in this area. Arrive at Kitela Lodge in the Ngorongoro Highlands where you will spend the next two nights.

Day 5

Today you will descend into the Ngorongoro Crater and experience a game drive on the crater floor. You have a good chance at seeing an abundance of wildlife today – including the critically endangered black rhino!

Day 6 - 8

Begin your adventure into the Serengeti to encounter the Great Migration herds of wildebeest and zebras. Experience game drives with the guides from Olakira Camp where you will stay for the next three nights. Depending on the time of year you travel, Olakira may be based in the Northern Serengeti, or the South as it moves twice per year, following the Migration.

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Day 9

Fly to Zanzibar where you will spend one night in historic Stone Town at Kisiwa House. Here you can explore the cobbled streets, absorb the Zanzibari culture, enjoy sundowners (drinks) on one of many rooftop lounges, meander through the laneways and visit the lively night markets.

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Day 10 - 13

Transfer to Matemwe Beach House where you will experience your own private beach house complete with staff, a private deck and swimming pool. Diving, snorkelling, village walks and more are available to keep you entertained (subject to additional cost). Or, simply enjoy some “R+R”!

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Day 14

The time has come for the trip to end. Transfer to Zanzibar airport for your flight to Dar Es Salaam where you will catch your onward flight home.

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