Witnessing the Great Migration is a bucket list item for many. The word Serengeti, or Maasai Mara, evokes images from documentaries showing great herds of wildebeest stampeding across plains and crossing rivers, avoiding the enormous crocodiles that lie in wait. While it’s the drama of the Great Migration that attracts most visitors, there are plenty of other attractions in Tanzania and Kenya. From Africa’s highest mountain, Kilimanjaro, to the elephant herds of Tarangire and the spice islands of Zanzibar, many wonders await. Kenya is the ultimate destination for a family safari. The Maasai people adore children and the experience your children will have in Kenya will leave them with a lifelong connection to the land and its people. 

Recommended length: 12 nights

Indicative cost: From USD 7,500 per person sharing, depending on your choice of accommodation. Excludes international flights.

Tarangire — Lake Manyara — Ngorongoro Crater — Serengeti — Zanzibar