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Our premiere safari extension features visits to remote Maasai communities, world-class wildlife viewing in the Serengeti and Ngorongoro Crater, and a stay in an exclusive private nature refuge.
Don’t miss a thing on our most well-rounded safari.
- Stay in an exclusive private nature refuge
- Your crater-rim camp gives you early access to the Ngorongoro Crater
- Spot more wildlife than you’ve ever imagined
- Visit the Maasai
Trekkers: From $5,290
Non-trekkers: From $5,590*
Tanzania-imposed VAT: $225
Per person, double occupancy, single accommodations $600
* Prices change seasonally.
OTHER POST-TREK OPTIONS
CRATER & PLAINS SAFARI
See the Great Migration and hundreds more species in breathtaking locations like the Serengeti and the lush Ngorongoro Crater. It’s the perfect complement to your Kilimanjaro climb!LEARN MORE
AN ISLAND PARADISE
A visit to the exotic spice-island known for its white-sand beaches is just one of many post-trek extension options available through Thomson.LEARN MORE
WILDLIFE & HIKING
MAHALE MOUNTAINS: CHIMP TRACKING
Hike through the stunning Mahale Mountains in search of the largest group of free-roaming chimps on earth. Luxurious accommodations along the shores of Lake Tanganyika offer a relaxing counterpart to physically challenging days.LEARN MORE
Mount Meru Hotel
Opened in the 1960s, this Arusha mainstay was recently renovated top to bottom. Reliable modern conveniences, a variety of dining options, a beautiful pool, and a central location make it one of the best places to start or end your safari or trek.
These rustically luxurious tented camps move seasonally in order to put you closest to migratory wildlife. Enjoy proper beds with luxury linens, en suite private bathrooms with flush toilets, and comfortable lounge and dining tents where you can relax. Eco-friendly solar LED lighting adds comfort without harming the fragile environment.
Nestled beneath towering acacia trees along the crater rim, this camp gives you access to the crater floor well before other tour groups. In the evening, enjoy a traditional Tanzanian meal prepared by local chefs. Just make sure to pack warm clothes; temperatures regularly drop into the forties overnight.