11 Days Unforgettable Safari

11 Days Unforgettable Safari

Wilderness Little Kulala

Stargaze in one of the darkest places on Earth, and sleep out under the stars, contemplating space, and your place in it. Recently refurbished, Wilderness Little Kulala entices with its adventures, its landscapes, its peace. Home ground is the pristine, 27 000-hectare Kulala Wilderness Reserve in the Namib, aka The Living Desert. You can’t get much closer to the renowned dunes of Sossusvlei and the evocative panoramas of Dead Vlei, accessible through an exclusive-use gate. Climb Sossusvlei’s 300-metre red dunes and gaze upon oceans of sand. Hike through Sesriem Canyon, carved by water over the millennia. Float above the world’s oldest desert in a hot-air balloon. See the desert come alive on nature walks, drives, e-bikes, or low-impact quad bikes. Totally solar-powered, Wilderness Little Kulala’s clean, modern styling effortlessly embraces its Namib vistas. Each suite’s rooftop invites private sundowners and suppers, and a roll-out bed on your shaded deck is perfect for an afternoon siesta or heavenly night’s sleep. Desert-adapted wildlife to be seen on the Kulala Wilderness Reserve includes ostrich, springbok, gemsbok, spotted hyaena and the occasional brown hyaena. In addition, smaller creatures such as bat-eared fox, black-backed jackal, porcupine, Cape fox and aardwolf may be seen. Once farmland used for subsistence goat farming, the Kulala Wilderness Reserve had very little indigenous wildlife. In 1996 Wilderness stepped in to rehabilitate the area and today the land and its wildlife have returned to their former glory.

 

 

2 Nights / Standard Room x 1

Inclusions / Exclusions

Standard Room: All meals, twice daily scheduled camp activities, park fees, laundry, Namibian VAT & Tourism Levy, and local drinks excludes premium imported brands and champagne.

Wilderness Little Kulala

Stargaze in one of the darkest places on Earth, and sleep out under the stars, contemplating space, and your place in it. Recently refurbished, Wilderness Little Kulala entices with its adventures, its landscapes, its peace. Home ground is the pristine, 27 000-hectare Kulala Wilderness Reserve in the Namib, aka The Living Desert. You can’t get much closer to the renowned dunes of Sossusvlei and the evocative panoramas of Dead Vlei, accessible through an exclusive-use gate. Climb Sossusvlei’s 300-metre red dunes and gaze upon oceans of sand. Hike through Sesriem Canyon, carved by water over the millennia. Float above the world’s oldest desert in a hot-air balloon. See the desert come alive on nature walks, drives, e-bikes, or low-impact quad bikes. Totally solar-powered, Wilderness Little Kulala’s clean, modern styling effortlessly embraces its Namib vistas. Each suite’s rooftop invites private sundowners and suppers, and a roll-out bed on your shaded deck is perfect for an afternoon siesta or heavenly night’s sleep. Desert-adapted wildlife to be seen on the Kulala Wilderness Reserve includes ostrich, springbok, gemsbok, spotted hyaena and the occasional brown hyaena. In addition, smaller creatures such as bat-eared fox, black-backed jackal, porcupine, Cape fox and aardwolf may be seen. Once farmland used for subsistence goat farming, the Kulala Wilderness Reserve had very little indigenous wildlife. In 1996 Wilderness stepped in to rehabilitate the area and today the land and its wildlife have returned to their former glory.

 

 

2 Nights / Standard Room x 1

Inclusions / Exclusions

Standard Room: All meals, twice daily scheduled camp activities, park fees, laundry, Namibian VAT & Tourism Levy, and local drinks excludes premium imported brands and champagne.

Day 1 - Arrival in Arusha

Arrival in Arusha

You’ve been dreaming of your Tanzanian safari for so long and the day when it begins has finally arrived. We’ll greet you, give you a quick rundown on what happens next and answer your questions. Then we’ll take you out to discover what this incredible country has to offer. 

Busy Arusha is an essential part of safari life here in northern Tanzania and most travelers pass through at some stage. Whether you’re on your way out on safari or here for a little longer, you’ll catch a glimpse of streets filled with energy and color.

Day 2 - Tarangire National Park

Tarangire National Park

Explore one of Tanzania’s most rewarding national parks, a land of big baobab trees, big elephants and big cats. No wonder this ends up being the favorite park in Tanzania for many visitors. Sightings of wildebeest, giraffes, hippos, buffaloes, baboons, vervet monkeys and zebras are also almost guaranteed. Lions are plentiful here – Tarangire is home to one of Tanzania’s healthiest lion populations. While you’ll have to work a little harder to see a cheetah or leopard, it will only enhance your excitement when you do. You can also look forward to classic safari scenery – savannah plains, river woodlands and rocky hills.

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Day 3 & 4 - Central Serengeti National Park

Central Serengeti National Park

When people dream of the Serengeti, it’s probably the Central Serengeti they’re dreaming of. That’s because you’re in the perfect place to see all that the Serengeti has to offer, and this is the area of the park where wildlife is present in the biggest numbers. It’s also filled with acacia trees and those Serengeti horizons that seem to go on forever .

Activity Day 3 

➔You’ll be heading down more safari trails in search of animals in Central Serengeti National Park when we take you on a guided game drive. This is the best thing about many safaris, and you’ll hopefully see many animals.

Activities Day 4

➔Come and see the best of Central Serengeti National Park as we take you out on a guided game drive. It really is a terrific way to feel a part of Africa with the wind in your hair as we drive you around to look for animals.

Afternoon 

➔ We’ll take you to enjoy the sunset and a sundowner at one of our favorite places in Central Serengeti National Park.

Day 5 - Ngorongoro Crater

Ngorongoro Crater

Ngorongoro is a special place and the first time that you descend onto the crater floor is like no other safari experience in Africa. This is a world unto itself, one where you’ll encounter the crater’s 600-strong population of hyenas, as well as critically endangered black rhinos. You’ll also find elephants with larger-than-average tusks, and more than 50 lions living in the crater. But it’s the sheer beauty of Ngorongoro that will most likely live longest in your memory. From early morning, mist rises from the crater, revealing steep, forested walls, secret waterways where hippos wallow, and a world of abundant wildlife hidden away from the rest of the world.

Walking safari, Ngorongoro Highlands 

You’ll never get tired of going on a walking safari, where you’ll leave behind the vehicle and step out into the wild. It can be a little nerve-wracking at first, but you’ll be walking with an experienced guide and it’s very safe. It can be a real thrill walking in this way, and most people fall in love with the experience. 

Day 6 - Lake Manyara National Park

Lake Manyara National Park

Strung out in the shadow of the Rift Valley escarpment, that great fracture in the earth’s surface that divides Africa in two, Lake Manyara is one of Tanzania’s more unusual parks. Here you’ll certainly see the elephants for which the park is famous, and, if you’re really lucky, one of the park’s equally wellknown tree-climbing lions. There’s also a lake filled with wading birds, plenty of olive baboons, and dense forests that make you feel that exciting animals could emerge from the trees at any moment. It’s a wonderful chance to mark the transition between the lower plains and the Crater Highlands (with Ngorongoro Crater) away to the west. 

Day 7 - Arusha

Arusha

The end of your safari with us

This marks the end of your safari in Tanzania. We hope that you have enjoyed your trip and that you’re already planning your next safari. 

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