Tanzania Wildlife Safari Wildebeest Calving Season safari

Tanzania Wildlife Safari and Wildebeest Calving Season


Tanzania, a country in East Africa, is situated within the African Great Lakes region. The country offers a winning combination: an authentic African safari experience and beautiful tropical beaches. It is an exciting country to visit because of the various attractions and activities it offers. At least once in a lifetime, travellers must embark on an adventurous Tanzania wildlife safari.

The country is notable for its diverse flora and fauna. It has a high density of wildlife, sprawling landscapes, and friendly local tribes. Lush rainforests, woodlands, savannahs, plains, and other various types of vegetation are seen in Tanzania.

Moreover, mountain ranges, as well as majestic lakes and rivers, are found in the country. All of these form natural habitats for a wide variety of animal and bird species. There are more than 4 million wild animals in Tanzania, home to 20 percent of Africa’s large animal population.

Trip Highlights

  • Explore the breathtaking landscapes of Tanzania.
  • Witness the exclusive and exciting game drives at Ndutu.
  • Experience the Serengeti calving season on the calving grounds for the great migration.
  • Feel the thrill around thousands of wildebeests and zebras.
  • Witness a baby wildebeest take off running just minutes after being born.
  • Embark on an unforgettable safari across the Ngorongoro Crater in an open roof 4WD
  • Photograph the most unusual sites in the world.
  • Witness the majestic tree-climbing lions of Manyara National Park.


Day 1

Arrive at Kilimanjaro Airport, Tanzania

After a pleasant flight, you will arrive at Kilimanjaro International (JRO Airport) by 9 a.m. Our representative will welcome you, and we will transfer you to Tarangire National Park (5 hours). You can check into the lodge and enjoy a delightful lunch.

After lunch, go for a safari at Tarangire National Park in the afternoon. Enjoy the vivid biodiversity of Tarangire, the spectacular wildlife, and the equally spectacular landscapes. Come back to the camp around sunset.

Dinner and overnight

Meals included: Lunch, Dinner

Stay: Simba Lodge, Tarangire

About Tarangire National Park

The national park got its name from the Tarangire River, which flows through it. The landscape has granite ridges, valleys, and swamps.

Tarangire is characterised by its high density of Baobab trees and Elephants. More than 550 bird species have been recorded here, and it is regarded as one of the top birding destinations in Tanzania.

Day 2

Fly from Kilimanjaro to Seronera

After an early breakfast, drive to Ngorongoro Crater. Spend a whole day at the famous Ngorongoro Crater, exploring the rich flora and fauna. We will have a packed lunch along the lake in the center of the crater. In the evening, transfer to the lodge, which is just along the edge of the crater.

Carry a packed lunch.

Evening return to the lodge.

Overnight at Lodge

Meals included: Breakfast, Lunch, and dinner.

Stay: Rhino Lodge, Ngorongoro

About Ngorongoro Crater

The massive crater was formed by the eruption of a volcano, believed to have been even larger than Kilimanjaro. After the eruption, the volcano collapsed, giving rise to the breathtaking landscape we admire today. Long ago, this area served as grazing land for Masais from distant villages. As they brought their cattle here to graze, the sound of the cows' bells echoed, "Goron goron”. That is how the locals named the place Ngorongoro. Later, once Ngorongoro was declared a conservation area, grazing in the crater was banned. The small crater has perhaps the highest wildlife density of any wildlife park in the world.

Day 3

Ngorongoro to Serengeti, safaris

Post breakfast, we will check out and drive towards Serengeti National Park via the Naabi Hill Gate. We will reach the Serengeti camp by lunchtime. Check-in and have lunch. Post lunch we will head for the first afternoon safari at the famous Serengeti National Park. The evenings are meant to enjoy the magnificent Serengeti sunset.

Overnight at camp

Meals included: Breakfast, Lunch, and dinner.

Stay: Tukaone Camp, Serengeti

About Serengeti National Park

Serengeti literally means "the land with no end", and you will realize the reason once you land there. It is a vast, endless plain with a magnitude like no other wildlife park in the world. To describe the same in numbers, its area is 30,000 square kilometres, which is roughly the area of Belgium as a country. These endless plains are abundant with wildlife, whichever direction you head. It is one of the best places on the planet to experience the African Big 5 - the Lions, Leopards, buffalo, rhinos, and Elephants. It is also home to numerous other birds and animals. The Serengeti can only be experienced, not described.

Day 4

Drive from Seronera to Ndutu

Enjoy a full-day game drive at Serengeti National Park with a packed breakfast and lunch.

Today we will focus on the central Serengeti area, which is called Seronera. You could do a full-day game drive with a picnic lunch and breakfast, or you can opt for morning and afternoon game drives.

Meals included: Breakfast, Lunch, and dinner

Stay: Tukaone Camp, Serengeti

About Serengeti National Park

Serengeti literally means "the land with no end", and you will realize the reason once you land there. It is a vast, endless plain with a magnitude like no other wildlife park in the world. To describe the same in numbers, its area is 30,000 square kilometres, which is roughly the area of Belgium as a country. These endless plains are abundant with wildlife, whichever direction you head. It is one of the best places on the planet to experience the African Big 5 - the Lions, Leopards, buffalo, rhinos, and Elephants. It is also home to numerous other birds and animals. The Serengeti can only be experienced, not described.

Day 5

Drive from Seronera to Ndutu

Today we will go on a morning safari in the Serengeti with a packed breakfast. After the safari, we will come back to the camp and check out. Then, we will drive you down to the Ndutu region near the Ngorongoro Conservation Area while you enjoy the game drive in the park. After reaching Ndutu, you can check in and relax in your camp. After lunch, you can take a break, and later on, we'll escort you for an afternoon game drive in the park. You can unwind in the evening and stay overnight at your campsite.

Meals included: Breakfast, Lunch, and dinner.

Stay: Ndutu Wildlife Lodge, Ndutu

About Ndutu area

The Ndutu Region forms part of the northern section of the Ngorongoro Conservation Area and stretches to the unfenced southern reaches of the Serengeti National Park, a meeting point between these two incredible wilderness areas. This section of the park is made up of rolling grasslands peppered with alkaline lakes that attract flocks of flamingos, as well as acacia woodlands.

There’s year-round resident wildlife (such as giraffe, elephant, hyena, and various antelope species) in the Ndutu Region, and you can spot animals around the waterholes during the dry season from June to November. Look out for the six cat species—lion, cheetah, leopard, serval, African wild cat, and caracal—that are present throughout the year.

Day 6

Ndutu Game Drive to experience the Calving Season

Ndutu Game Drive to experience the Calving Season On day 6, we will take you to experience the world-famous Serengeti calving season in the southern Serengeti and western Ngorongoro areas. The calving season also introduces a host of predators looking for a quick meal for the vulnerable calves. This is when the southern Serengeti and western Ngorongoro Crater host the highest concentration of predators in Africa at any given time. After spending a full day and experiencing how wildebeest calving happens, we will take you back to the camp at your convenience.

Meals included: Breakfast, Lunch, and dinner.

Stay: Ndutu Wildlife Lodge, Ndutu

About Ndutu area

The Ndutu Region forms part of the northern section of the Ngorongoro Conservation Area and stretches to the unfenced southern reaches of the Serengeti National Park, a meeting point between these two incredible wilderness areas. This section of the park is made up of rolling grasslands peppered with alkaline lakes that attract flocks of flamingos, as well as acacia woodlands.

There’s year-round resident wildlife (such as giraffe, elephant, hyena, and various antelope species) in the Ndutu Region, and you can spot animals around the waterholes during the dry season from June to November. Look out for the six cat species—lion, cheetah, leopard, serval, African wild cat, and caracal—that are present throughout the year.

Day 7

Ndutu to Lake Manyara

After seeing the beautiful Serengeti calving season in Ndutu, we will move towards Lake Manyara National Park after breakfast. After your smooth check-in and lunch, we will leave for the game drive. You will see the stunning sight of tree-climbing lions in Lake Manyara National Park, then return to the camps in the evening and relax for the rest of the day.

Meals included: Breakfast

More Details

Get ready for a wild ride through our Tanzania Wildlife Safari and Wildebeest Calving Safari.

Commonly seen animals in Tanzania include zebras, giraffes, buffalos, hippos, gazelles, and many more. The country also has the highest number of predators in all of Africa. These include leopards, cheetahs, hyenas, jackals, and other big cat species. The top five rarest animals found in the country are the African wild dog, caracal, striped hyena, white and black Colobus monkey, and East African oryx. The rare black rhino also resides in protected areas of parks. Spotting them during your Tanzania wildlife safari is an exclusive experience.

The avifauna is vibrant, with more than 1000 bird species, including endemic and migratory, seen in the country. Overall, Tanzania is one of the top places for birders and wildlife enthusiasts to visit.

There are popular Tanzanian national parks, reserves, and conservation areas that house a rich diversity. These parks also offer the best of Tanzania's wildlife safari experiences, with frequent game viewing. Serengeti National Park and Ngorongoro Crater are some of the most famous places to include on safaris. Travellers can not only watch impressive wildlife in the open savannah but also have a chance to interact with local villagers and learn about their culture.

However, out of all the impressive things the country has to offer, one simply cannot miss out on the wildebeest migration, the greatest wildlife show on earth.

If you are among the people who are curious about why approximately two million wildebeest migrate every year, then Serengeti’s Wildebeest Calving Safari will give you all the answers you need to know! The November rains turn the southern plains of the Serengeti green and allow the wildebeest to gaze on the fresh grass for their energy-demanding calving season. Even though the season is short-lived, the number of wildebeests coming out of the Masai Mara into the southern plains is large! After gaining calving energy, these wildebeests go into adjoining areas such as the Ngorongoro Conservation Area, Ndutu Plains, and Lake Masek.

The wildebeest calving season begins in January, and by February, the pregnant wildebeests give birth to about 8,000 baby wildebeests every day. Since the number of these animals is very high, they act as a magnet for predators like lions, cheetahs, and leopards. Going on the wildebeest calving safari, you will have a high chance of witnessing a predator-prey interaction and a kill!

What is the Wildebeest Migration?

Roughly two million wildebeests, zebras, gazelles, and other hoofed animals journey from the Serengeti to Kenya’s Masai Mara. It is considered to be the largest wildlife migration on earth.

These animals form enormous groups and migrate between the two countries and ecosystems of Kenya and Tanzania. They go on an 800-kilometre trek and face various obstacles throughout their journey. The migration happens in search of nutritious grasses, and the animals are believed to follow the weather. The herds follow wherever it rains in search of food and water.

Serengeti National Park hosts this wildlife spectacle, where travellers can observe the migration of wildebeest. The migration specifically starts in the southern Serengeti during the wildebeest calving seasons. Although many associate migration with deadly river crossings, it is the calving season that is the most thrilling.

The Wildebeest Calving Season

The wildebeest calving is one of the most impressive highlights of the migration. It follows a definite timeline and can only be seen during specific months in the Serengeti. As the rain starts to fall, wildebeest make their way to the south of the Serengeti.

Each year, the season takes place between January and February. Within a two- to three-week time period, millions of wildebeests are born.

Although this season marks the celebration of newborn wildebeests, it can also be deadly. The vulnerable calves are usually targeted by predators that lurk around them. Lion prides, leopards, hyenas, cheetahs, and other hunters closely follow wildebeest herds, ready to pounce on them. This offers dramatic chasing witnessed in real-time during your wildebeest calving safari.

A visit to the Serengeti during wildebeest calving season can showcase overprotective mothers trying to shield their young ones from hungry predators.

Not only do older predators hunt, but young cubs also practice their hunting skills. As a result, many young predators rely on wildebeest calves for food. This displays the perfect timing of the season, which increases the chances of survival for both predator and prey.

The Ndutu region forms the northern section of the Ngorongoro Conservation Area and stretches to the southern regions of Serengeti National Park. It acts as a meeting point between the two wilderness areas. Starting from late November to December, the migration herd visits the Ndutu region and stays for approximately three months. The prime spot to see wildebeests and other animals is near Lake Ndutu.

The wildebeest calving season is a remarkable period for safari-goers. It offers an opportunity to witness something other than the usual river crossing during migrations.

Here are the places that will be included in your Tanzania wildlife safari and wildebeest calving safari:

Serengeti National Park

Wildebeest Calving Safari Adventures in Serengeti

A world heritage site where the golden grasslands stretch as far as the eye can see, Serengeti National Park offers extraordinary wildlife observation in Africa, with abundant numbers of all major safari animals. Witness one of the earth’s most amazing events, the Great Migration. Millions of wildebeests, zebras, and gazelles begin their epic journey to new lands. You can meet giraffes, lions, and leopards on exciting safaris. There are also famous animals called the Big Five here. Additionally, it’s a paradise for bird enthusiasts, with species ranging from grey-breasted spurfowl to Fischer’s lovebirds. It will be a safari that will be etched in your memories.

You can also witness a wonderful spectacle in the Serengeti as it becomes a nursery for the wildebeest calves. The strategic timing of their births aligns with the lush greenery of the post-rainy season, ensuring an abundant food supply. The land becomes a special place where baby wildebeests are born. It's like the cradle of life! Imagine tiny wildebeests trying to walk for the first time, making cute sounds. The whole place feels like a magical song, showing the true spirit of a Tanzania wildlife safari. So, get ready to observe the circle of life with Wild Voyager’s Wildebeest Calving Safari.

Best Time to Visit Serengeti

The perfect timing can be subjective, and in the Serengeti, the choice is yours. While the Serengeti is an attractive destination throughout the year with its distinct wildlife experiences, if your heart is set on witnessing the wildebeest calving at its most vibrant, consider planning your visit between January and February. For further insights into the best timing and assistance in planning your tour, reach out to us. Our team of experts is here to guide you through the details.

Ngorongoro Conservation Area

Ngorongoro Crater, Tanzania Wildlife Safari to remember

Explore the Ngorongoro Crater, a UNESCO World Heritage Site, where abundant wildlife awaits. A haven in Tanzania for diverse species, offering a wildlife safari experience like no other. Go on a thrilling safari through the Ngorongoro Conservation Area. Traverse the tough landscape and encounter Africa's iconic "Big Five". It also hosts the incredible annual migration of wildebeests, gazelles, zebras, and the endangered black rhinoceros. Experience the unique ecosystem within the crater, which combines grasslands, swamps, and forests.

Our Tanzania Wildlife Safari will allow you to explore more beyond the stunning scenery at the Ngorongoro Conservation Area. Meet the Masai people, who have lived here for generations. Engage in their ancient ceremonies and discover a whole new world of culture.

Best Time to Visit Ngorongoro

Visit Ngorongoro between June and October for optimal wildlife sightings and pleasant weather. The wildlife is abundant, and the views are just wonderful.

Ndutu Plains

Wildebeest Calving Safari in Magical Ndutu Plains

Ndutu Plains stands as a hidden gem, situated within the expansive Serengeti, and offers a unique and captivating safari experience. Known for its magical landscapes and diverse wildlife.

The Ndutu Plains come alive with the annual wildebeest calving season, a breathtaking spectacle that runs from December to March. Witnessing thousands of wildebeests give birth in the middle of the golden grasslands is a once-in-a-lifetime encounter.

Apart from the wildebeest, Ndutu features an abundance of other wildlife, including lions, cheetahs, and hyenas. The area's varied habitats, from open plains to acacia woodlands, create a mosaic of ecosystems, making it a haven for a rich diversity of fauna.

Best Time to Visit Ndutu

To witness the wildebeest calving and experience the vibrant life of the Ndutu Plains, plan your safari between December and March. During this period, the plains come alive with newborns and predators looking for opportunities amidst the herds.

Lake Manyara

Tanzania's Natural Marvels at Lake Manyara Wildlife Safari

Lake Manyara National Park, nestled beneath the Manyara Escarpment on the Rift Valley's edge, offers diverse ecosystems, incredible birdwatching, and stunning landscapes. The park features varied habitats, abundant wildlife, and a plethora of bird species, including thousands of pink flamingos along the alkaline shores of Lake Manyara. Explore the lush groundwater forest and its resident elephant population.

One of Lake Manyara's most wonderful features is its population of tree-climbing lions. Witness these majestic big cats lounging in the branches of ancient mahogany trees, a behaviour not commonly observed in other safari destinations. It's an experience that will add a touch of amazingness to your Tanzania Wildlife Safari adventure.

Best Time to Visit Lake Manyara

One can enjoy watching wildlife at Lake Manyara National Park all year round, especially from late June to October, which is the dry season. Furthermore, the park looks most beautiful during the wet season, from November to May. This is when the park is at its best, with lots of green plants and waterfalls flowing down the hills, and during this, it is also the best time for birdwatching as the migratory birds grace the lake.

Types of Tanzania Wildlife Safaris

Luxury Safari Packages

Experience Tanzania luxury safari tours in the middle of the wilderness with our curated luxury tours. Enjoy the thrill of wildlife encounters while enjoying a lavish escape with exclusive accommodations and personalised services. Book your Tanzania wildlife safari now with WildVoyager for a unique blend of luxury and nature.

Family-Friendly Safaris

Create lasting memories with your loved ones on a family-friendly safari. Our specially designed itineraries ensure that everyone, from the youngest to the oldest, can revel in the magic of the wild.

Walking Safaris

A walking safari is an adventurous safari activity in which you can engage in guided walks to explore many wildlife species along the bush, including animal and bird species, in various national parks and national reserves. Throughout the journey, one can encounter tiny details that sometimes go unnoticed while doing safaris in jeeps. So book your Tanzania tour now and experience the wildlife walking safari.

Hot Air Balloon Safaris

Soar above the savannah in a hot-air balloon for a breathtaking bird’s-eye view of the wildlife below. A hot-air balloon safari is a memorable way to witness the vastness of Tanzania's landscapes.

Travel Tips for Tanzania Wildlife Safari

Packing guide for wildlife safari

Pack smart before heading into the wild! Bring travel documents, health essentials, sturdy boots, and comfy clothes. Don't forget your camera and binoculars. Prioritise safety with insect repellent, a basic first-aid kit, and medications. Pack sunglasses, a hat, and comfy shoes. Bring a reusable water bottle, snacks, a flashlight, and a power bank. Check the weather and add extras like a scarf or gloves. With a well-packed bag, you're ready to enjoy the wilderness and wildlife!

If you want to learn more, check out our blog, The Ultimate Packing Guide, for an in-depth look at preparing for your adventure.

Safari Etiquette

Respect for wildlife and fellow travellers is important. Familiarise yourself with safari etiquette to ensure a harmonious experience for all. Our safari goes beyond the ordinary, giving you the experience not just through the landscapes but also providing essential insights on appropriate behaviour while interacting with wildlife, guaranteeing a righteously and safely enjoyable safari experience for both you and the animals.


Accommodation Guide for Tanzania Wildlife Safari

Choosing the right accommodations for your Tanzania wildlife safari is a vital aspect of your wild journey. Let our expert guides lead you through the diverse options, making sure a smooth journey experience that blends with the wild essence of the savannah. We have everything covered for your Tanzania wildlife safari adventure, offering a range of accommodations from rustic bush camps to luxury safari lodges. Our team ensures that every night fits perfectly into your amazing safari story, making your experience seamless and unforgettable. Let your lodging be as exceptional as the wildlife that surrounds you.

Safari Booking and Reservations

Begin your dream safari with Wild Voyager, and we are your seasoned navigators, ensuring a seamless journey from dream to reality. Connect with our experts who live and breathe safari adventures, crafting a personalised itinerary curated according to your preferences. From securing permits to choosing accommodations that resonate with the rhythm of the wild, we handle the logistics so you can focus on the enjoyment of your extraordinary safari.

Customer Testimonials

We at Wild Voyager understand the importance of hearing from those who have experienced the wild paths before you. Our customer testimonials are like postcards from the wilderness, shared by adventurers who have experienced the magic of Tanzania's wildlife with us. To discover a bunch of these stories, take a peek at our guest reviews page, a testament to the wild tales woven by those who travelled with us.


stay in simba lodge tarangire during tanzania wildlife safari

Located near the new Sangaiwe Gate of Tarangire National Park, Tarangire Simba Lodge is situated in a wildlife-rich area with uninterrupted views of beautiful Lake Burunge. Classic tents under thatch with outdoor showers, wooden floors, glass doors, and windows onto the private deck comprise accommodation. The common area is also tented with a separate bar, lounge, and dining room. A large sundeck surrounds the swimming pool, and there is an elevated platform for viewing wildlife or dining.

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stay in rhino lodge ngorongoro during tanzania wildlife safari

Rhino Lodge is situated just a few hundred meters from the Crater’s rim and provides the perfect base to explore the Ngorongoro Crater and the surrounding area. With 24 comfortable suite rooms, Rhino Lodge affords panoramic views of the forests and the distant mountain Oldeani. Guests can enjoy walks to the crater and explore the Ngorongoro area.

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stay in tukaone camp during tanzania wildlife safari

Tukaone Serengeti Camp is a private safari camp perfectly located at the heart of the Central Serengeti, with a perfect view of the Hembe Hills overlooking the endless plains of the Serengeti. Its unique location provides a diversity of resident wildlife and millions of migrations of animals that pass through these plains year after year.

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stay in Ndutu safari lodge during tanzania wildlife safari

Ndutu Safari Lodge, shaded by majestic acacia trees, is situated in the southeastern part of the Serengeti. The Lodge has 34 cottages, all built with local materials, with individual verandahs facing Lake Ndutu. Tucked away from the madding crowd, Ndutu offers peace and tranquility.

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Cost & Terms

FEB 2024 Saturday, Feb 03, 2024 Friday, Feb 09, 2024 $2538 $3336


  • Full board accommodation at Serengeti sooner, Ndutu, Ngorongoro, and Tarangire as per required occupancy.
  • Game drives in private 4x4 land cruisers at Serengeti Seronera, Serengeti Ndutu, and Tarangire as per the schedule mentioned in the itinerary.
  • Ngorongoro Crater Day Excursion.
  • Daily permits and camping charges (where applicable) at Serengeti Seronera, Ndutu, Ngorongoro, and Tarangire in Tanzania.
  • All private land transfers – Serengeti Seronera, Ndutu, Ngorongoro, Lake Manyara, and Kilimanjaro.
  • Airport transfers at Kilimanjaro.


  • International flights to Kilimanjaro airport.
  • Masai village visit @ USD 30 per person.
  • Balloon safari @ USD 550 per person.
  • Any expenses of personal nature.
  • Anything not mentioned in the itinerary inclusions.
  • Tips and gratuities


  • Our billing is in USD, and payment currency is USD.
  • You can pay online by credit/debit card by clicking "Book now" and selecting Online payment.
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  • A minimum of four people are needed to operate the group
  • All meals included are at the camps/hotels/lodges unless otherwise stated. The meals included in the camps/hotels/lodges cannot be substituted with meals from outside in case such meals are missed for any reason. There will be no compensation for missed meals.
  • On the last day, exit from Masai Mara is at 10 a.m. If the group decides to extend, they can do so, but one day of extra park fees is applicable.
  • There will be 4X4 private Landcruisers for safaris; travel between destinations may be in a Landcruiser or SUV, either of which will not be air-conditioned.
  • Park permits are subject to change as per revisions by government authorities. In such case, we shall notify you, and a differential shall be payable.
  • The Park permits for Masai Mara National Reserve are valid in the main reserve only. There will be additional fees applicable If you wish to visit Mara Triangle or any private conservancy.
  • Yellow Fever Vaccination is mandatory for travel to these countries. Some countries, like India, also make the oral polio vaccine mandatory.
  • The local flights within Africa have a strict baggage allowance of 15 kg. Anything beyond the permissible free luggage allowance will be charged as per the fee advised by the airline.
  • Guests are advised not to keep valuables in the vehicle while sightseeing. The Company shall not be responsible for loss of valuables from the vehicle
  • It is important to maintain strict adherence to national park entry and exit timings, which are usually sunrise to sunset but vary from park to park. Our guides and drivers are trained to adhere to the same. In case we are not able to adhere to any such timings due to delays at your end, like flight delays, shopping delays, or any other delay, you may be denied entry into the park after the official hours, and will not be able to reach your place of accommodation if that is inside the park. In such an instance, you shall be liable to book accommodation outside the park at your own expense.
  • Also, any delay caused in exiting national parks beyond the agreed time slots in this itinerary may attract additional park fees, which will be payable by the guest. In this proposal, the park fees are built in as per the itinerary, and usually in Kenya, park fees are payable in slots of 24 hours, so if we spend extra time over the 24-hour slots as per this itinerary, that is additionally payable on the spot. Similarly, in Tanzania, park fees are per entry per day, so additional park exits/entries beyond this agreed itinerary shall attract extra costs for the additional park fees.
  • African conditions are extremely tough on vehicles. While we meticulously maintain our vehicles at our workshops, you should not expect Africa to be your traditional touring experience. While it's certainly our aim to avoid them, it's important that you set off on your trip knowing that the occasional breakdown can happen and is best treated as part of the African adventure. Due to wet weather, there may be times when we have to take an alternative route, which will mean longer travel times.
  • Indicated driving times between destinations are estimates and may vary due to prevailing road conditions, weather, and traffic density.
  • Confirmation of Hotels and other services is subject to availability until payment is made. Once we receive the booking amount, we will notify you once hotels are booked.
  • Occasionally, it may not be possible to follow the itinerary as planned. This may be for a variety of reasons - climatic, political, physical, or other. In these circumstances, we will make the best possible alternative arrangements that maintain the integrity of the original itinerary.
  • All bank charges, Swift charges, wire transfer charges, intermediary bank charges, payment gateway charges, etc. have to be borne by the payee/guest. We shall not be liable to bear any such charges at our end, and shall only consider the net money reaching our bank account after deduction of such charges as our receipt. In case the total receipts are less than the total tour invoices raised by us (whether due to short payments or due to deductions for charges mentioned in clause 9 above), it will be considered a short payment.
  • All the above are your tour-specific terms and some general terms. For detailed general terms and conditions refer to https://www.wildvoyager.com/terms-conditions/. By booking with us, you explicitly agree to these terms.