7 Reasons Not to Miss the Deluxe Great Migration & Crossing Safari 

Once-in-a-lifetime opportunities don’t come around again. If you’ve been on the fence about whether or not to book that bucket list dream of taking a safari, Wanderful Tanzania wants to give you 7 reasons you need to stop pondering and book now for August 11-24, 2023.

Benefits abound

1.    Save money when you save your spot: There are just a few seats left in the jeep. Book them now and pay the 2021 rate. Gather a few friends or family members and get ready to make memories that last a lifetime. Climate change is impacting the animals and landscape. Get that safari experience you imagine and grab a great deal in the process.

2.    Witness the world’s largest mammal migration: Each year, more than 1.5 million wildebeest, zebras, and gazelles migrate from Tanzania’s Serengeti National Park to Kenya’s Masai Mara National Reserve in search of fresh grazing land. Witnessing this incredible movement of animals is an unforgettable experience that is sure to leave you in awe. Even if you’ve seen this spectacle on television, you will be left breathless watching in person.

3.    Avoid the crowds: While the great wildebeest migration is a popular event, visiting during the dry season means fewer crowds compared to the peak tourist season. This means you’ll have a better chance of getting up close and personal with the wildlife without having to jostle for position with other safari-goers. Plus, the Wanderful Tanzania groups are small and personalized. If the group wants to linger, the guides let you linger. Enjoy an unhurried experience and soak everything in.

4.    Comfortable weather: Tanzania’s dry season is known for its mild temperatures, making it a comfortable time to visit. No need to pack rain gear. The average temperatures range from 59°F to 77°F (15°C to 25°C). It’s a safari Goldilocks would love because you’re never too hot or too cold.

5.    Dry season means prime game viewing: Let’s face it, you want to go on safari to see the Big Five, the dry season is the ideal time to visit for wildlife viewing. With less vegetation and water available, animals tend to gather in higher numbers around watering holes and rivers, making them easier to spot. During the dry season, you’re more likely to see lions, leopards, cheetahs, elephants, and other iconic African animals. Wanderful Tanzania guarantees you will be amazed at what you witness up close. 

6.    Take part in cultural experiences: In addition to wildlife viewing, Wanderful Tanzania’s 14-day safari also includes visits to local villages and interactions with local tribespeople. This is an opportunity to learn about the culture and traditions of Tanzania’s indigenous people, adding a deeper layer of meaning to your safari experience.

7.    Personalized attention: This is not called “deluxe” for nothing. Camp in comfort at lodges and in tents that have running water, hot showers, flushing toilets, clean linens, and chef-prepared meals every night. Renown safari expert Susie Langley is along for the entire trip. Expert guides not only know about the wildlife, flora, and fauna you’ll see, they’ll answer any questions you have. Plus, they will keep you safe every step of the adventure.

During 14 incredible days, you’ll have the opportunity to explore some of Tanzania’s most iconic national parks, including Serengeti, Ngorongoro Crater, and Tarangire. With comfortable accommodations, knowledgeable guides, unforgettable experiences, and a deal on the adventure, why wouldn’t you want to book now? 

Got more questions? We’re here to help. Contact us today! Just CALL or TEXT Susie Langley: 858-201-8658


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