Combination Kenya and Tanzania

14 Days

participants: 1 – 6

East Africa's most beautiful national parks

Kenya and Tanznia, a combination of the two countries with the most beautiful national parks, an animal density that is nowhere greater than in the Serengeti and with magnificent landscapes. Here you will experience the land and people of the two East African countries and see all the animals Africa has to offer at close quarters. You will stay in cozy and comfortable lodges, have your own driver/guide and travel in a comfortable Toyota Landcruiser.


Private trip in a 4×4 Landcruiser
The BIG five in the national parks
Ngorongoro Crater
Lions in the Serengeti


13 x breakfast
12 x lunch or lunch box
12 x dinner, all
Transfers according to the itinerary
Rides in a 4×4 Landcruiser off-road vehicle with window seat
All park entrance fees
national flight
professional, English-speaking guide (German-speaking on request)
Game drives according to the itinerary
Drinking water


International flight


Price per person:
• with 2 participants: 5250 Euro
• 4 participants: 4450 Euro
• 6 participants: 4330 Euro
Trip starts: daily
English-speaking driver on request
We are happy to book international flights from Frankfurt, Dusseldorf, Stuttgart, Munich, Berlin, Dresden, Vienna or Zurich.


Day 1: Arrival in Nairobi

After landing in Nairobi, your driver will greet you at the airport and drive you to your hotel. On the way you will get your first impressions of African life. Depending on your arrival time, you will have the opportunity to visit the Karen Blixen Museum or the elephant orphanage of the David Sheldrick Wildlife Trust.

Day 2: Drive to Amboseli National Park

Today, after a good breakfast, we set off for Amboseli National Park. We leave bustling Nairobi and head south on well-maintained roads. The park is located at the foot of Kilimajaro, you will be able to enjoy a fantastic view of the highest mountain in Africa. In the afternoon we visit a Maasai village and gain an insight into the nomads’ way of life and learn about their natural medicine made from trees and bushes.

Day 3: On the road in Amboseli National Park

After a hearty breakfast, we set off on a game drive in Ambosel NP. Here you will find elephants, zebras, wildebeests, hippos, lions and hyenas. The day is filled with animal sightings in a fantastic landscape.

Day 4: Drive to Tsavo National Park

Today’s drive continues in the direction of Tsavo. The western part of the national park is our destination. The lava rock of the Mzima springs and the Shetani lava flows make Tsavo West a beautiful, rugged wilderness. The savannah ecosystem consists of open grassland, scrubland and acacia woodland, belts of riverine vegetation and rocky ridges. 


Day 5: A day in Tsavo West

Today we spend the whole day in Tsavo West. We visit  Poacher’s Lookout, from where visitors can see the teeming herds on the plains below. Tsavo West offers great wildlife viewing, with attractions including elephant, rhino, hippo, lion, cheetah, leopard, buffalo, various plant and bird species, including the endangered corncrake and the near-threatened Basra reed warbler. We return in the late afternoon and enjoy the sunset.

Day 6: Border crossing to Tanzania

After a hearty breakfast, the journey continues today towards Tanzania. We leave the national park and drive via Tsavo and Voi in the direction of Tarakea where we reach the Tanzanian border in the course of the afternoon. After completing the formalities, we continue towards Lake Chala Lodge. The lodge is located above the crater lake and offers a fantastic view of the lake.

Day 7: Around the northern part of Kilimajaro

Early risers have the opportunity to take a refreshing dip in Lake Chala today. After breakfast, we set off on a tour around the northern part of Kilimanjaro. The route leads through small villages that are untouched by tourism. You have the opportunity to visit a school here. In the early afternoon we reach the Olpopongi Maasai Cultural Village. Here you will gain an insight into the traditional life of the Maasai and learn about their history and natural medicine. You then continue to your lodge on the edge of Arusha National Park.



Day 8: Game drive in Arusha National Park

This morning you start a game drive in Arusha National Park. After a short drive you reach the national park at the foot of Mount Meru. You will see zebras, buffaloes and giraffes, the colobus monkey can be found in the dense bushes of the Ngurdoto Crater and countless flamingos live on the shores of the Momella Lakes. In the evening you return to your lodge.

Day 9: Drive to Tarangire National Park

In the morning you start your drive to Tarangire NP. Once you have left Arusha behind you, the route leads along a well-maintained road to the northern entrance to the park. From here we set off on a game drive. The Tarangire River is the lifeline for the impressive herds of elephants and the various other animal species. With a bit of luck you will see lions and leopards, giraffes and zebras will cross your path alongside the elephants. The hilly landscape and the huge baobab trees will inspire you. You will spend the night in a comfortable lodge.

Day 10: Tarangire NP – Lake Manyara NP

After a hearty breakfast, we continue to Lake Manyara National Park.  The park lies at the foot of the East African Rift Valley. With a bit of luck, you may spot the tree lions for which the national park is famous. The barely overgrown plain at the salt lake Lake Manyara offers you a clear view of the natural spectacle with baboons, giraffes, zebras, hippos and numerous elephants. Towards evening you will continue to your tent lodge where you can experience a fantastic sunset from a hill.

Day 11: Tanzania’s highlight – the Ngorongoro Crater

An impressive drive to the Ngorongoro Crater rim at an altitude of around 2300 meters lies ahead of you. Steadily up the East African Rift Valley.
up and over the hilly landscape of Karatu to the viewpoint into the crater. The crater has a diameter of around 20 km and is home to the highest density of predators in Africa. The drive then takes you into the crater, where you have all the wildlife Africa has to offer in a breathtaking landscape. In the evening we leave the crater and head to our lodge on the crater rim.

Day 12: Drive from the Ngorongoro Crater to the Serengeti

Today the journey continues towards the Serengeti. You will pass the Ngorongoro Conservation Area  with its small Maasai villages and their varied vegetation, the small hills and extinct volcanoes  Before we reach the Nabi Gate, the entrance to the Serengeti, around midday, you will see the first wildebeest and zebras and, with a bit of luck, lions and elephants. In the afternoon there is time for a first game drive in the Serengeti.

Day 13: Serengeti National Park game drive

This morning, after a night in the center of the Serengeti, the “Seronera Valley”, you will set off on a full-day game drive in the Serengeti. Your driver knows the best places to spot antelopes, reedbucks and baboons. The hippo pool with the gigantic hippos resting on acacia trees Leopards and lions are of course not to be missed either

Day 14: Flight from the Serengeti to Kilimanjaro International Airport

A last breakfast in the wilderness and then it’s back to the center of the Seregeti to Seronera Airstrip. From here you fly to Kilimanjaro Airport. Either back to Europe or on to a beach vacation on Zanzibar.


Tamarind Tree Hotel Nairobi

stay: 1 night

Location: The hotel is located in the southwest of the city of Nairobi. Tamarind Tree Hotel has access to Nairobi National Park, its national park and the country’s various attractions via the neighboring Wilson Airport and the Southern Bypass. Accommodation: All rooms are carpeted, fully equipped with mosquito net, reading table, hairdryer, spacious closet and private bathroom. Restaurant: A continental and buffet breakfast is offered every morning. There is an in-house restaurant that serves a variety of African and European dishes.

Sentrim Amboseli Lodge

stay: 2 nights

Location: Sentrim Amboseli Lodge is situated on the border of Amboseli National Park near Kinama Gate. Accommodation: The lodge has 60 spacious rooms with king-size bed, private bathroom with hot water shower, minibar, coffee machine, mosquito net, seating and private balcony with a view of Kilimanjaro. Restaurant: Dinner is served in the restaurant of the main house, where you can enjoy international cuisine with a local touch.

Voyager Ziwani Tented Camp

stay: 2 nights

Location: Voyager Ziwani Tented Camp is located in Tsavo West National Park. Accommodation: The camp has renovated the tents are spacious rooms with en-suite bathrooms, seating and table, a privateate veranda. Restaurant: The camp has a main restaurant serving continental and African cuisine.

Lake Chala Safari Lodge

stay: 1 night

Location: Lake Chala Safari Lodge is located on the edge of a crater lake. Swim in the sparkling waters or paddle kayaks around the lake or enjoy the birdlife on the lakeshore. Facilities: The tented lodge, all elegant tents have en-suite bathrooms, offers stunning views and fine dining in the restaurant. Restaurant: After a dip in the turquoise waters, enjoy meals in the restaurant overlooking the crater lake.

African View Lodge

stay: 2 nights

Location: At the gates of the Arusha National Park at 1400m at the foot of Mount Merus lies the family-run African View Lodge. The property is located about 30 minutes from Kilimanjaro Airport and Arusha and is the ideal base for mountain tours to Mount Meru, Kilimanjaro and also for safaris to the Northern National Parks. Facilities: The entire lodge is decorated in the traditional Mount Meru style. Each of the comfortably furnished 20 bungalows and a house tent in a group of trees has been assigned a Tanzanian theme. The rooms are equipped with a private bathroom and have a terrace with fantastic views of Mount Meru. Wi-Fi is available. Enjoy your holiday in the tropical gardens including a large swimming pool or with a massage. Restaurant: The restaurant, bar and beer garden serves homemade food.

Tarangire Simba Lodge

stay: 1 night

Location: The “Tarangire Simba Lodge” is a tented camp lodge near the northwest entrance to Tarangire NP. The facility is located on the edge of Lake Burunge. The view from the pool, from the observation deck or from your terrace is breathtaking. Facilities: The 16 comfortably furnished tents have large double beds, a seating area, a large bathroom with indoor and outdoor shower, hot water and round-the-clock power supply. Each tent has a veranda. There is a pool and a bar.  Restaurant:  The restaurant offers excellent international and local cuisine. Also from here you have a great view over the beautiful landscape. 

Pembeni Rhotia

stay: 1 night

Location: Pembeni Camp is located in Rhotia on a hill with beautiful views of the Ngorongoro Conservation Area. Accommodation: The 15 tents are built from local materials such as wood, brick and linen. There is a backup generator in case of power outages and WiFi available. Each tent offers breathtaking views from the balcony and 48 square meters of usable space. The room has a closet, a bedside table, a bed with a mosquito net and a luggage rack. Hot water is available at all times. Restaurant: The restaurant offers fresh local ingredients and alcoholic drinks.

Rhino Lodge

stay: 1 night

Location: Rhino Lodge is located on the crater rim within the Ngorongoro Nature Reserve, just a few hundred meters from the Grzimek Memorial Stone. Compared to other accommodation options near the Ngorongoro Crater, the Rhino Lodge is the best place to avoid long journeys and spend as much time as possible on the game drive in the Ngorongoro Crater. Facilities: Rhino Lodge offers 24 simply furnished rooms with fireplaces. They have a double bed, a private bathroom with hot water and an inviting veranda overlooking the impressive tropical rainforest. Restaurant: The restaurant as well as the lounge offer two fireplaces and a cozy atmosphere with many candles. Good Tanzanian and international cuisine is offered.

Sound Of Silence

stay: 1 night

Location: The luxurious tented resort Sound of Silence welcomes its guests in the Serengeti. Here you can find and enjoy the magic of African sounds and silence. Facilities: The spacious safari tents stand on a slightly raised wooden platform on stilts and are equipped with king-size beds, handmade wooden furniture, mosquito nets, a terrace and a bathroom with running water. Local artwork adds to the stylish African ambiance. Restaurant: In the evening, choose from an à la carte menu prepared by the kitchen using fresh and local products. You can enjoy your food and drinks while enjoying the breathtaking view of the sunset.