From$8,990Per Adult

Trek the wilds

of Tanzania

We know our most active safari-goers are itching to discover Tanzania by foot. On our Trekking Safari, you’ll follow your Maasai guide across the country’s breathtaking terrain, from mysterious silver lava volcanoes to surreal red soda lakes.



Day 1

Arrive in Arusha, Tanzania

Your guide will meet you at Kilimanjaro International Airport and escort you to tonight’s accommodations in Arusha. As local Tanzanians, our guides know the country with unrivaled familiarity, so you’ll be in good hands from the moment you land to the moment you leave.

Where are we sleeping?


Rivertrees Country Inn

Reminiscent of its legacy as a former German colonial farm and coffee estate, Rivertrees Country Inn blends simple elegance and modern convenience. Wake up in your farmhouse-style room to the sound of the rushing Usa River, and enjoy a hearty breakfast in an open-air, thatched-roof dining area.

Days 2–3

Eastern Serengeti Nature Refuge

Take a short, scenic flight to a private nature refuge in the eastern Serengeti. Hike through the refuge by day to experience the land as it was thousands of years ago, listen to a Maasai storyteller share the legends of her people, and spot nocturnal wildlife by moonlight on a night drive.

Where are we sleeping?


Eastern Serengeti Nyumba

Wake up to the sweeping views of the eastern Serengeti ecosystem’s remote savannah. After a day of adventure, you’ll appreciate the comforts of the camp—and a hot shower in your en suite bathroom. Enjoy a hearty dinner prepared fresh from local ingredients, and discuss the day’s excitement with your fellow travelers and attentive staff.

Days 4–6

Serengeti National Park

Head for the iconic Serengeti, where acacia trees and granite kopjes dot the seas of waving grass. The Serengeti offers everyday opportunities to spot Tanzania’s most impressive wildlife—including big cats—and witness dramatic moments in the Great Migration of wildebeest and zebras.

Where are we sleeping?


Serengeti Nyumbas

These seasonal camps are strategically located across the Serengeti to place you at the center of migrating wildlife. Relax with spacious tents, comfortable beds, and en-suite bathrooms, as sounds of the surrounding wildlife fill your ears. And no need to worry—with eco-friendly features like solar lighting, your stay won't harm the landscape.

Days 7–8

Ngorongoro Crater

Just 10 miles wide, Ngorongoro Crater was formed from a collapsed volcano. It’s now a self-sustaining ecosystem with the densest predator population in all of Africa. Camping on the Crater’s rim offers you early morning access to its wildlife-filled floor before any other safari-goers.

Where are we sleeping?


Ngorongoro Nyumba

Set on the eastern edge of the Ngorongoro Crater’s rim, this Nyumba offers the best possible access to the Crater—all within a remote, private setting. With temperatures as low as 40 degrees at this camp, you’ll want to remember to bundle up. But don’t worry: our chefs will treat you to a traditional Tanzanian meal to warm you up.

Day 9

Empakaai Crater

Travel to Empakaai Crater and hike down to its floor to explore the shores of its flamingo-lined lake. With no roads or tourists, you’ll be enthralled by the quiet solitude of this magical place. A rigorous ascent back to the Crater’s rim promises breathtaking panoramic views.

Where are we sleeping?


Empakaai Camp

Located on the rim of Empakaai Crater within the Ngorongoro Conservation Area, this base camp will welcome you after a long day discovering Empakaai Crater’s quiet beauty. You’ll stay in two-person, domed tents with cots and sleeping bags. At over 9,000 feet, this camp will be chilly, but delicious meals, a nightly fire and the glow of millions of stars will keep you warm.

Day 10–11

Lake Natron

Hike through remote and historic Maasailand, down the Great Rift Valley where few travelers venture. Take a dip in crystal clear pools under a collection of waterfalls and explore the salt-crusted, moonlike landscapes of the shore of Lake Natron, dotted pink with flamingos.

Where are we sleeping?


Lake Natron Camp

Lake Natron Camp is set alongside the Ngare Sero stream, just a short way from the shores of Lake Natron. You’ll stay in two-person, domed tents with cots and sleeping bags. From there, it’s possible to enjoy sundowner drinks by the lake’s eerie, salt-crusted shore, or take a daytime hike to a series of waterfalls.

Day 12

Depart Tanzania

Head to Arusha, where you’ll enjoy a farewell lunch at Arusha Coffee Lodge. Relax in a day room before your flight home.

Day room at Mount Meru Hotel.

Our Tanzanian family,

your local guides

With years of experience and encyclopedic knowledge of the wildlife, culture and land, our local guides are Tanzania’s ultimate ambassadors and your perfect hosts.

Go big(ger) with

[safari add-ons

No need to end your safari so soon! From gorilla trekking to scuba diving—and beyond—you can go bigger with our safari add-ons.


over the Serengeti

Enjoy a bird’s eye view, a hearty breakfast and a glass of champagne during a morning hot air balloon tour. Your entire trip will be unforgettable, but this will bring it to new heights.

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