Days 1 & 2: Tarangire National Park
Upon your arrival at Arusha Airport you will be met by a Representative who will assist you in boarding your scheduled flight to Kuro Airstrip. Your flight departs at 08:00 in the morning. A representative from Swala Camp will meet you for your game-drive to camp.
Swala Tented Camp:
Swala Camp is nestled in a beautiful, acacia forest enclave at the edge of the gently rolling savannah in the southwest corner of the Tarangire National Park. Each of the 9 private, permanent tents feature en suite bathrooms with showers and terraces overlooking the bush and the Gurusi swamps. Tarangire is believed to have some of the largest herds of Elephants in Africa, as well as more than 300 species of breeding birds.
Swala is the only camp in this section of the National park, affording guests private game viewing opportunities in open four-wheel drive vehicles with expert guides. For an intimate and interactive introduction to the local culture, additional excursions to a nearby local village school, which is funded by the camp, are available.
Two overnights at Swala Camp in a tent with an elevated terrace with en-suite facilities. Accommodation is on a full board basis including scheduled game-drives in 4x4 safari vehicles.
Days 3 - 5: Serengeti National Park
After breakfast you will be transferred to Kuro Airstrip for your scheduled flight to Seronera Airstrip. A short road transfer will bring you to camp. Serena Serengeti Safari Lodge is set high on a hill with breathtaking vistas of sweeping grasslands and the unspoiled wilderness landscape of the Serengeti plains.
Serengeti National Park is a natural paradise and home to one of the greatest wildlife spectacles on, the annual migration of Wildebeest, Zebra and Gazelle. The lodge is inspired by a traditional African village, separate rondavel 'huts' house the luxury guest rooms that have their own view of the vast Serengeti plains.
A delightful water feature runs through the main public areas and towards the restaurant, dining and bar area guests are let through open corridors with rich African carving and high roofs. The lodge also has a boutique where curios, clothes and a variety of other items can be bought. There are 66 guest rooms all with en suite showers and a private balcony.