Walking Safari in the Serengeti

7 Days


This safari allows for a total immersion with nature including walking in the Serengeti (north or south, depending on the season) with a stay at a walking/camping style camp.

Your trip includes a 2 nights stay in a migration camp, 2 nights camping and 2 nights in a tented camp inside Lake Manyara National Park, including diverse activities.

It is an affordable option, without frills but very comfortable. This trip is geared for people looking for adventure, not a typical game-viewing experience. It is suitable for a family with children older than 8 years old.




Arrive at Kilimanjaro airport and transfer to the domestic terminal for the flight to the Serengeti. Depending on your arrival times you might need a pre-night in Arusha or Moshi, contact us for options.

Fly to the Serengeti (North or South - depending on the season) and meet with the camp safari guide. Enjoy the day game driving around the Mara River and looking out for potential river crossings, during season when herds are around. Arrive into Serengeti Green Camp for sundowners by the open fire and supper under the stars. The next day is another game viewing day with drives in the surrounding area or along the river. Head back to camp for sundowners and supper.

Return to Camp on time for dinner and night.

>Includes & Excludes
* Meals: Breakfast, lunch and dinner included

* Drinks: Local brands included

* Activities: Included

* Transport: Included

Head out today on foot in pursuit of the Camp set deep in the plains. Enjoy experiencing a different kind of safari at a closer level. Breakfast will either be in camp or en-route.
Arrive into Walking Camp for lunch and spend the afternoon relaxing, reading and game viewing from your tent. Enjoy sundowners on the kopjes, supper in the plains and overnight in your gauze roof star tent.

The next day is spent exploring the local area on foot - tracking and looking for clues of what visited during the night. Head back to camp for lunch and then enjoy a later afternoon walk followed by sundowners.

After breakfast, transfer to the airstrip for the flight to Lake Manyara. Once there, meet with your safari guide and transfer through to the Park.

Enjoy a wandering game drive discovering a range of animals from elephants, to large troops of baboons and maybe some of the lions known in the region for spending time on the trees.

Arrive at camp and relax before the sundowners on the riverbed by the waterfall.

Return to Camp on time for dinner and night.

>Includes & Excludes
* Meals: Breakfast, lunch and dinner included

* Drinks: Local brands included

* Activities: Included

* Transport: Included

Staying at Wayo Manyara Green Camp

After breakfast, set off for a canoe safari through the waters of Lake Manyara. Spot wildlife on the shore or enjoy the tranquility as well as viewing the animals from a different perspective.

Back to camp for lunch and then out for game drive. Today you will enjoy an early supper as you set out again after dark on a night game drive. During this thrilling time in the bush, you are guided by all your senses, while your guide will point out the creatures with a spot light.

OPTIONAL : Treetop Walkway in Lake Manyara National Park

>Includes & Excludes
* Meals: Breakfast, lunch and dinner included

* Drinks: Local brands included

* Activities: Included

* Transport: Included

Last breakfast in the bush before the transfer to Manyara airstrip.

Fly to Kilimanjaro airport and time at leisure until your flight out, we can organize a day room or some activities depending on your flight times. Alternatively you can extend your stay with a few days on the beach, or a day trip.

What is the accommodation like on safari?


  • Safari lodges have guest rooms similar to a hotel with en-suite bathrooms. They are comfortably furnished with facilities normally associated with a hotel rooms, except your rooms are normally set in beautiful wilderness settings, with nature and wildlife around.


  • Tented lodges have rooms which are tents on a platform and with a roof and also have en-suite facilities with showers, flush toilets and hot water. Basically all the amenities of a hotel room, except canvas walls and roof.


  • The boutique lodges and camps can be very stylish and smart in terms of design and decor, often with very spacious rooms and even going so far in some cases as having plunge pools for each room.


  • Eco-camps and smaller tented camps have insect-proof tents with en-suite facilities including a safari shower and flush toilet.  They give a more authentic safari experience but the tents are comfortably furnished with proper beds and you don’t need to bring your own sleeping bag! The emphasis is usually on having excellent guides and great wildlife viewing away from the crowds. Guests often eat together and people travelling alone usually say that they found the atmosphere friendly and enjoyed meeting other like-minded travellers around the campfire in the evening or at dinner.


  • The Adventure Camps are a budget option with guests bringing their own sleeping bags and towels. Accommodation is in small dome tented with a mattress on the floor. Each tent has its own nearby cubicle with a flush toilet, safari shower, and wash basin. The Adventure Camps are suitable only for those who don’t mind “real camping” and can put with some degree of “roughing it”. Apart from the accommodation in simple dome tents, the meals and the guiding are the same standards as the higher quality camps and game drives are in 4×4 safari vehicles. For those on a limited budget, the Adventure Camps are a good alternative to the big tourist lodges and minibus tours for those for whom the safari experience is more important than hotel accommodation.

What languages are spoken in Tanzania?


  • The official language in Tanzania is Swahili but there are hundreds of other local dialects.


  • English is the second official language and the country’s commercial language. It is also the main teaching language used for all higher education institutions.


  • You will find that the majority of the people that you come in contact with are fluent in English and have a surprisingly good command of the language.

Can you see the Big 5 in Serengeti?


The Big Five in the Serengeti. The Big Five define that ultimate African safari experience: seeing these impressive animals – lion, rhino, leopard, elephant and Cape buffalo – roaming freely in their own habitat is something you will never forget.

Important to Know

  • This tour is not available to solo travelers.
  • Rates are per person and exclude the international flight from/to your home country.
  • This tour accepts children who are 3 years and older.


  • All optional activities (balloon safari, Masai/Hadzabe tribe, Olduvai Gorge)

What’s Included

  • All airport transfers
  • Transport in a Toyota Land Cruiser 4×4 with pop up roof
  • English speaking guide
  • All park/entry fees, crater fees & government fees
  • Meals and accommodation as mentioned in the itinerary
  • Amref Flying Doctors/emergency medical evacuation insurance.

What’s Excluded

  • Domestic and international flights
  • Visa fees and traveling insurance
  • Tips
  • Items of a personal nature – spa treatments, laundry, mini-bars, internet, etc

You can send your enquiry via the form below.

Walking Safari in the Serengeti
From $5850
/ Adult

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