We designed this Luxury Great Migration Tour for a previous client who wanted to celebrate his retirement in a truly unforgettable way. He and his wife were very active world travelers and loved wildlife, so we sent them to Kenya and Tanzania to witness one of nature’s most incredible spectacles: the Great Migration of wildebeest, zebras, and antelopes across the plains of the Serengeti.
Their Luxury Great Migration Tour began at Kichwa Tembo Bateleur Camp in Kenya. They arrived in time for a scrumptious lunch, then set off for their first game drive to see the Great Migration up close. After this exhilarating adventure, they returned to their luxurious, open-air tented suite and enjoyed dinner on the outdoor dining deck. The next day, they took a bush walk with their expert guide for an intimate safari experience. They spent the evening on a game drive and enjoyed sundowners in a scenic location in the bush.
Continuing their Luxury Great Migration Tour, they flew to Tanzania and the luxury camp Serengeti Under Canvas. This semi-mobile camp follows the Great Migration in order to get the best wildlife experience at all times. In addition to the migrating animals, they also saw hungry lions and leopards stalking their abundant prey. The next morning, they took a hot air balloon safari for a unique view of the Serengeti coming to life.
Next, they were transferred to Lake Manyara Tree Lodge, were their luxury suite was raised on stilts to give them a unique perspective of their lush forest surroundings. They enjoyed another game drive, where they saw Lake Manyara’s famous tree-climbing lions, before returning to the lodge for a delicious outdoor dinner and a relaxing evening enjoying the view from their private treetop deck.
The last stop on their Luxury Great Migration Tour was Ngorongoro Crater Lodge. During their stay, they were treated to unparalleled views of the famous Ngorongoro Crater and were able to explore the crater on foot and on game drives. They even stopped for a private picnic lunch on the crater floor. In the evenings, they lounged on their private deck and enjoyed the magnificent sunset over the edge of the crater.
At last, this unforgettable adventure came to an end. They were transferred back to Kenya to catch their connecting flight home.