Explore the African wilderness on a fabulous family safari in search of the "Big Five" on the Serengeti. Our safari is choreographed for families so that everyone has a great time, from children to parents to grandparents.

Starting at: $6,240 Make a Reservation Ask Us A Question or Call 855-330-1542
 Group of lion cubs. Credit: Andy Biggs  On safari  Zebra sighting on safari  Elephants at a watering hole  Wildebeest, zebras, and flamingoes at Ngorongoro Crater  Masaai Tribesmen  Giraffes on the savannah

Tanzania Safari: A Family Journey

8 days from $6,240

Explore the African wilderness on a fabulous family safari in search of the "Big Five" on the Serengeti. Our safari is choreographed for families so that everyone has a great time, from children to parents to grandparents.

or Call 855-330-1542

Tour Details

WHAT OUR TRAVELERS SAY

It was such a harmonious experience from beginning to end. I recommend it enthusiastically to anyone who wants a bonding experience with their child or grandchild. I was expecting a lot, but this was twice as good.

- Happy P.

Our family safari in Tanzania was first-rate. We saw and learned so much and believe our grandsons had an experience they'll cherish always.

- Lynn H.

I thoroughly enjoyed this adventure. My family had an opportunity to see a beautiful country and breathtaking animals in their natural habitat. We'll talk about these eleven days for a lifetime! 

- Keith Z.

Your people are incredible. The experience was wonderful… We felt very cared for. Your outfit is a cut above the rest. 

- Henschen Family

JOURNEYS DISPATCHES

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Overview

Going on safari is a dream for most people, so to share such an experience with your family is truly amazing! During game drives with your family in the Serengeti, Ngorongoro Crater, and a nature preserve, you’ll observe lion, elephant, giraffe, zebra, Cape buffalo, rhinoceros, and other big mammals. Plus, you’ll learn about the groundbreaking work of Louis and Mary Leakey at Oldupai Gorge, listen to Maasai elders who share vivid folktales, talk with local artisans, and gather around the campfire for stargazing. This is an exciting safari for families with children ages 8 and older.

Please Note: Our December 20, 2016 – December 29, 2016 and December 23, 2017 – December 30, 2017 itineraries run in reverse.

It was such a harmonious experience from beginning to end. I recommend it enthusiastically to anyone who wants a bonding experience with their child or grandchild. I was expecting a lot, but this was twice as good.

- Happy P.

Our family safari in Tanzania was first-rate. We saw and learned so much and believe our grandsons had an experience they'll cherish always.

- Lynn H.

I thoroughly enjoyed this adventure. My family had an opportunity to see a beautiful country and breathtaking animals in their natural habitat. We'll talk about these eleven days for a lifetime! 

- Keith Z.

Your people are incredible. The experience was wonderful… We felt very cared for. Your outfit is a cut above the rest. 

- Henschen Family

To see itinerary, please click on an option below.

2017 Itinerary

Day 1 — Arrive in Tanzania

Upon arrival in Arusha, you and your family will be met and transferred to your lodge. Rest and relax after your long journey—the real adventure begins tomorrow!

Day 2 — Arusha to Eastern Serengeti Ecosystem

Rise and embrace the day! Fly to the tiny outpost of Wasso, and meet your guide, who will be your community liaison, wildlife expert, and Tanzania ambassador along this wonderful journey. Take a short drive to a private nature refuge deep in the eastern Serengeti eco-system.

Have lunch at camp and then spend the afternoon exploring the area by Land Rover in search of your favorite animals. Nicknamed Giraffic Park, this portion of the Serengeti ecosystem will give you a glimpse into the past. The vast expanses of wilderness, diversity of species, and the warm welcome you’ll receive from the local Maasai people will harken back to the days when Teddy Roosevelt first went on safari near this area.

Take a hike before sunset tonight, and then return to your Nyumba in time for dinner. Eastern Serengeti Nyumba (B,L,D)

Day 3 — Eastern Serengeti Ecosystem

Start the day with a hot drink and a light snack before heading out for a pre-breakfast guided nature walk. This afternoon, visit a Maasai women’s cooperative to learn how these women have paired their own skills as artisans and homemakers with their desire to help their families, as well as their own communities.

After having lunch at your camp, visit a Maasai boma. Immerse yourself in the semi-nomadic culture of the Maasai by visiting a boma, which is a settlement of circular mud-and-dung Maasai homes. Many Maasai still roam the plains of northern Tanzania with their herds of cattle, maintaining their traditions while adapting to new ways of life. Learn more about their extraordinary culture as you tour the boma and take in the scenes of village life.

Relax over dinner in the bush. Afterwards you may opt to go on a night drive through the bush. Night drives offer thrills and possible sightings of nocturnal creatures, an adventure few travelers in Tanzania have the chance to experience. Eastern Serengeti Nyumba (B,L,D)

Day 4 — Eastern Serengeti Ecosystem to Serengeti National Park

Visit a school, where children can meet their Tanzanian peers in an informal setting (children who have written ahead to a pen pal can meet him or her here. Exchange stories, talk about your favorite music, or teach a team sport—whatever feels fun and interesting to the group.

Continue west to the Serengeti where you will explore for the next three days. As you travel further into the African wilds, look for giraffe, lion, ostrich, zebra and warthog. Late this afternoon you can settle into your Nyumba, throw a Frisbee, play some games or have a cool drink before joining folks in the dining area for your evening meal. Afterwards, gather round the campfire for some stargazing or stories with your guide before heading off to bed. Serengeti Nyumba (B, Boxed Lunch, D)

Day 5 — Serengeti National Park

Hit the trail in your trusty safari vehicle for wildlife viewing with your guides. Spanning nearly 6,000 square miles, the Serengeti has even more to offer you today. Take a picnic lunch and your camera as you head out in your trusted Land Rovers. Roll down the windows, or stand up to take advantage of the customized roof hatch, feeling the fresh air rush past as you navigate the winding park roads in your pursuit of interesting wildlife sightings. With this perspective, you have unhindered views. The possibilities for what lies ahead are endless!

When you return to the Nyumba this evening, you can indulge in a few tasty snacks while watching the brilliant equatorial sun dip below the horizon. Head into the dining tent where the tempting aromas of homemade soup and fresh bread beckon you to dinner. Serengeti Nyumba (B, Boxed Lunch, D)

Day 6 — Serengeti National Park to Ngorongoro Conservation Area

Visit Oldupai Gorge, a deep ravine and site of fossilized remains of animals and hominids that date as far back as two million years. A brief lecture and small museum tour are included.

Continue wildlife viewing in the heart of the park today, stopping for a picnic lunch. Enjoy more exploration of this remarkable place, with stunning landscapes, jaw-dropping sunrises and sunsets, and amazing wildlife.

Return to camp with time to relax after a busy day. Under your dining tent, hot soup, fresh bread, main courses, and a scrumptious dessert await. Ngorongoro Nyumba (B, Boxed Lunch, D)

Day 7 — Ngorongoro Conservation Area

Spend the full day today exploring the Crater floor. The area is famous around the world and very small in its scale, so you will see other safari goers. Don’t let that distract you from the beauty of the place or from the fact that this remains one of the only places on earth where you may see all of the "Big Five" at once: lion, leopard, African elephant, Cape buffalo, and rhinoceros. After a picnic lunch, your journey continues throughout this tremendous landscape. Animals move to and fro in search of pasture, water, or prey. You will have ample opportunities to see numerous giraffe, zebra, warthog, jackal, hippo, hyena, and more.

Tonight, you’ll have a special opportunity to try some traditional Tanzanian dishes. Local cuisine here is known for its fresh, flavorful ingredients, diverse culinary influences, and masterful use of spices. (Please note that this does not include game meat.) Your expert camp chef will share some tasty treats with you tonight! Ngorongoro Nyumba (B, Boxed Lunch, D)

Day 8 — Depart

Stop at Cultural Heritage Center, a shopping mainstay in Arusha, the center attracts many travelers each year with its abundance of wooden carvings, artifacts, apparel, and crafts. The center also has Tanzanite and other gemstones for sale. They also have wonderful cultural displays and a separate wing that displays some of the finest African art in Tanzania.

During a special farewell lunch in Arusha, you will have time to say goodbye to your safari companions as you prepare for your departure. You may wish to exchange addresses or take some final photographs, to help preserve fond memories of an extraordinary trip.

Day rooms are provided for your family to take an afternoon swim, rest, repack, and have a snack before your early evening transfer to Kilimanjaro International Airport, where you’ll check in for your departing flight to Amsterdam. Day Room: Mt. Meru Hotel (B,L, Snack)

December 23-30, 2017 Itinerary

Days 1 & 2 – Depart home & arrive in Tanzania

Upon arrival in Arusha, you and your family will be met and transferred to your lodge. Rest and relax after your long journey—the real adventure begins tomorrow!

Day 3 — Arusha to Ngorongoro Conservation Area

Rise and embrace the day! Travel from Arusha to the Ngorongoro Crater and meet your guide, who will be your community liaison, wildlife expert, and Tanzania ambassador along this wonderful journey. After, you will visit a school, where children can meet their Tanzanian peers in an informal setting (children who have written ahead to a pen pal can meet him or her here). Exchange stories, talk about your favorite music, or teach a team sport—whatever feels fun and interesting to the group. This afternoon, your journey continues with a stop at Gibb’s Farm where you will enjoy a delicious lunch and a leisurely nature walk. Return to camp with time to relax after a busy day. Under your dining tent, hot soup, fresh bread, main courses, and a scrumptious dessert await. Ngorongoro Nyumba (B,L,D)

Day 4 — Ngorongoro Crater

Spend a full day exploring Ngorongoro Crater, a habitat rich in culture and teeming with wildlife. Animals move to and fro in search of pasture, water, or prey. You will have ample opportunities to see numerous giraffe, zebra, warthog, jackal, hippo, hyena, and more. Enjoy a picnic lunch near a hippo pool on the Crater’s floor. During the afternoon, enjoy more exploration of this remarkable place, with stunning landscapes, jaw-dropping sunrises and sunsets, and amazing wildlife. Tonight, you’ll have a special opportunity to try some traditional Tanzanian dishes. Local cuisine here is known for its fresh, flavorful ingredients, diverse culinary influences, and masterful use of spices. (Please note that this does not include game meat.) Your expert camp chef will share some tasty treats with you tonight! Ngorongoro Nyumba (B,L,D)

Day 5 — Ngorongoro Crater to Serengeti National Park

As you depart the Ngorongoro Conservation area, stop at the Olduvai Gorge, a deep ravine and site of fossilized remains of animals and hominids that date as far back as two million years. A brief lecture and small museum tour are included. Enjoy a boxed lunch as you continue on to Serengeti National Park. Spanning nearly 6,000 square miles, the Serengeti has so much to offer. Spend the afternoon watching lions and cheetahs nap while antelope and others continue to graze. When you arrive to your Nyumba this evening, you can indulge in a few tasty snacks while watching the brilliant equatorial sun dip below the horizon. Head into the dining tent where the tempting aromas of homemade soup and fresh bread beckon you to dinner. Ngorongoro Nyumba (B,L,D)

Day 6 — Serengeti National Park

After breakfast this morning, set out on a wildlife excursion. Later, take a picnic lunch and bring your camera as you head out in your trusted Land Rovers to navigate the winding park roads in pursuit of interesting wildlife sightings. Explore the pristine landscapes of the Serengeti with your guide's uncanny wildlife spotting instincts leading the way. Expansive plains, rolling hills, dramatic granite outcrops and riverine valleys are home to an endless variety of fascinating creatures, from the lowly dung beetle to the impressive elephant. The possibilities for what lies ahead are endless! Back at your Nyumba, relax around the fire and enjoy another delicious dinner. Serengeti Nyumba (B,L,D)

Day 7 — Serengeti National Park to Eastern Serengeti Ecosystem

Continue east to the Eastern Serengeti Ecosystem where you will explore for the next two days. Spend the day exploring the area by Land Rover in search of your favorite animals. Nicknamed Giraffic Park, this portion of the Serengeti ecosystem will give you a glimpse into the past. The vast expanses of wilderness, diversity of species, and the warm welcome you’ll receive from the local Maasai people will harken back to the days when Teddy Roosevelt first went on safari near this area. Late this afternoon you can take a short nature walk with a local wildlife scout, spotting wildlife as the sun begins to set. Tonight settle into your Nyumba, throw a Frisbee, play some games or have a cool drink before joining folks in the dining area for your evening meal. Afterwards, gather round the campfire for some stargazing or stories with your guide before heading off to bed. Eastern Serengeti Nyumba (B,L,D)

Day 8 — Eastern Serengeti Ecosystem

Start the day with a hot drink and a light snack before heading out for a pre-breakfast guided nature walk. Then, visit a Maasai women’s cooperative to learn how these women have paired their own skills as artisans and homemakers with their desire to help their families, as well as their own communities. Later in the day, you will immerse yourself in the semi-nomadic culture of the Maasai by visiting a boma, which is a settlement of circular mud-and-dung Maasai homes. Many Maasai still roam the plains of northern Tanzania with their herds of cattle, maintaining their traditions while adapting to new ways of life. Learn more about their extraordinary culture as you tour the boma and take in the scenes of village life. Relax over dinner in the bush. Afterwards you may opt to go on a night drive through the bush. Take a hike before sunset tonight, and then return to your Nyumba in time for dinner. Eastern Serengeti Nyumba (B,L,D)

Day 9 — Depart from Arusha

Stop at Cultural Heritage Center, a shopping mainstay in Arusha, the center attracts many travelers each year with its abundance of wooden carvings, artifacts, apparel, and crafts. The center also has Tanzanite and other gemstones for sale. They also have wonderful cultural displays and a separate wing that displays some of the finest African art in Tanzania. During a special farewell lunch in Arusha, you will have time to say goodbye to your safari companions as you prepare for your departure. You may wish to exchange addresses or take some final photographs, to help preserve fond memories of an extraordinary trip. Day rooms are provided for your family to take an afternoon swim, rest, repack, and have a snack before your early evening transfer to Kilimanjaro International Airport, where you’ll check in for your departing flight to Amsterdam. Day Room: Mt. Meru Hotel (B,L,Snack)

Day 10 — Arrive U.S.

Connect in Amsterdam and arrive back in the U.S.

2016 Itinerary

Days 1 & 2 — Depart home and arrive in Tanzania

Upon arrival in Arusha, you and your family will be met and transferred to your lodge. Rest and relax after your long journey—the real adventure begins tomorrow!

Day 3 — Arusha to Eastern Serengeti Ecosystem

Rise and embrace the day! Fly to the tiny outpost of Wasso, and meet your guide, who will be your community liaison, wildlife expert, and Tanzania ambassador along this wonderful journey. Take a short drive to a private nature refuge deep in the eastern Serengeti eco-system.

Have lunch at camp and then spend the afternoon exploring the area by Land Rover in search of your favorite animals. Nicknamed Giraffic Park, this portion of the Serengeti ecosystem will give you a glimpse into the past. The vast expanses of wilderness, diversity of species, and the warm welcome you’ll receive from the local Maasai people will harken back to the days when Teddy Roosevelt first went on safari near this area.

Take a hike before sunset tonight, and then return to your nyumba in time for dinner. (B,L,D)

Day 4 — Eastern Serengeti Ecosystem

Start the day with a hot drink and a light snack before heading out for a pre-breakfast guided nature walk. This afternoon, visit a Maasai women’s cooperative to learn how these women have paired their own skills as artisans and homemakers with their desire to help their families, as well as their own communities.

Later in the day, you will immerse yourself in the semi-nomadic culture of the Maasai by visiting a boma, which is a settlement of circular mud-and-dung Maasai homes. Many Maasai still roam the plains of northern Tanzania with their herds of cattle, maintaining their traditions while adapting to new ways of life. Learn more about their extraordinary culture as you tour the boma and take in the scenes of village life. Relax over dinner in the bush. Afterwards you may opt to go on a night drive through the bush. (B,L,D)

Day 5 — Eastern Serengeti Ecosystem to Serengeti National Park

Visit a school, where children can meet their Tanzanian peers in an informal setting (children who have written ahead to a pen pal can meet him or her here). Exchange stories, talk about your favorite music, or teach a team sport—whatever feels fun and interesting to the group.

Continue west to the Serengeti where you will explore for the next three days. As you travel further into the African wilds, look for giraffe, lion, ostrich, zebra and warthog. Late this afternoon you can settle into your Nyumba, throw a Frisbee, play some games or have a cool drink before joining folks in the dining area for your evening meal. Afterwards, gather round the campfire for some stargazing or stories with your guide before heading off to bed. (B,L,D)

Day 6 — Serengeti National Park

Wake up to hot drinks and a hearty breakfast then hit the trail in your trusty safari vehicle for wildlife viewing with your guides. Spanning nearly 6,000 square miles, the Serengeti has so much to offer. Take a picnic lunch and your camera as you head out in your trusted Land Rovers to navigate the winding park roads in pursuit of interesting wildlife sightings. With this perspective, you have unhindered views. The possibilities for what lies ahead are endless!

When you return to the Nyumba this evening, you can indulge in a few tasty snacks while watching the brilliant equatorial sun dip below the horizon. Head into the dining tent where the tempting aromas of homemade soup and fresh bread beckon you to dinner. (B,L,D)

Day 7 — Serengeti National Park to Ngorongoro Crater

Depart your Serengeti Nyumba for the Ngorongoro Conservation Area. As you drive, continue wildlife viewing in Serengeti National Park. Enjoy more exploration of this remarkable place, with stunning landscapes, jaw-dropping sunrises and sunsets, and amazing wildlife.

After cutting across the desert-like bush country, you will arrive at a range of hills that lead to the Ngorongoro Highlands. En route, you will see Maasai herding their cattle alongside the road. The Maasai are allowed to live in boma settlements throughout the conservation area.

Stop to visit Ngorongoro’s Olduvai Gorge, a deep ravine and site of fossilized remains of animals and hominids that date as far back as two million years. A brief lecture and small museum tour are included. Enjoy a picnic lunch on the way to your nyumba.

Arrive to camp with time to relax after a busy day. Under your dining tent, hot soup, fresh bread, main courses, and a scrumptious dessert await. (B,L,D)

Day 8 — Ngorongoro Conservation Area

Spend the full day today exploring the Crater floor. The area is famous around the world and very small in its scale, so you will see other safari goers. Don’t let that distract you from the beauty of the place or from the fact that this remains one of the only places on earth where you may see all of the "Big Five" at once: lion, leopard, African elephant, Cape buffalo, and rhinoceros.

After a picnic lunch, your journey continues throughout this tremendous landscape. Animals move to and fro in search of pasture, water, or prey. You will have ample opportunities to see numerous giraffe, zebra, warthog, jackal, hippo, hyena, and more. Tonight, you’ll have a special opportunity to try some traditional Tanzanian dishes. Local cuisine here is known for its fresh, flavorful ingredients, diverse culinary influences, and masterful use of spices. (Please note that this does not include game meat.) Your expert camp chef will share some tasty treats with you tonight! (B,L,D)

Day 9 — Depart

Stop at Cultural Heritage Center, a shopping mainstay in Arusha, the center attracts many travelers each year with its abundance of wooden carvings, artifacts, apparel, and crafts. The center also has Tanzanite and other gemstones for sale. They also have wonderful cultural displays and a separate wing that displays some of the finest African art in Tanzania. During a special farewell lunch in Arusha, you will have time to say goodbye to your safari companions as you prepare for your departure. You may wish to exchange addresses or take some final photographs, to help preserve fond memories of an extraordinary trip. Day rooms are provided for your family to take an afternoon swim, rest, repack, and have a snack before your early evening transfer to Kilimanjaro International Airport, where you’ll check in for your departing flight to Amsterdam. Day Room: (B,L,Snack)

December 20-29, 2016 Itinerary

Days 1 & 2 – Depart home & arrive in Tanzania

Upon arrival in Arusha, you and your family will be met and transferred to your lodge. Rest and relax after your long journey—the real adventure begins tomorrow!

Day 3 — Arusha to Ngorongoro Conservation Area

Rise and embrace the day! Travel from Arusha to the Ngorongoro Crater and meet your guide, who will be your community liaison, wildlife expert, and Tanzania ambassador along this wonderful journey. After, you will visit a school, where children can meet their Tanzanian peers in an informal setting (children who have written ahead to a pen pal can meet him or her here). Exchange stories, talk about your favorite music, or teach a team sport—whatever feels fun and interesting to the group. This afternoon, your journey continues with a stop at Gibb’s Farm where you will enjoy a delicious lunch and a leisurely nature walk. Return to camp with time to relax after a busy day. Under your dining tent, hot soup, fresh bread, main courses, and a scrumptious dessert await. (B,L,D)

Day 4 — Ngorongoro Crater

Spend a full day exploring Ngorongoro Crater, a habitat rich in culture and teeming with wildlife. Animals move to and fro in search of pasture, water, or prey. You will have ample opportunities to see numerous giraffe, zebra, warthog, jackal, hippo, hyena, and more. Enjoy a picnic lunch near a hippo pool on the Crater’s floor. During the afternoon, enjoy more exploration of this remarkable place, with stunning landscapes, jaw-dropping sunrises and sunsets, and amazing wildlife. Tonight, you’ll have a special opportunity to try some traditional Tanzanian dishes. Local cuisine here is known for its fresh, flavorful ingredients, diverse culinary influences, and masterful use of spices. (Please note that this does not include game meat.) Your expert camp chef will share some tasty treats with you tonight! (B,L,D)

Day 5 — Ngorongoro Crater to Serengeti National Park

As you depart the Ngorongoro Conservation area, stop at the Olduvai Gorge, a deep ravine and site of fossilized remains of animals and hominids that date as far back as two million years. A brief lecture and small museum tour are included. Enjoy a boxed lunch as you continue on to Serengeti National Park. Spanning nearly 6,000 square miles, the Serengeti has so much to offer. Spend the afternoon watching lions and cheetahs nap while antelope and others continue to graze. When you arrive to your Nyumba this evening, you can indulge in a few tasty snacks while watching the brilliant equatorial sun dip below the horizon. Head into the dining tent where the tempting aromas of homemade soup and fresh bread beckon you to dinner. (B,L,D)

Day 6 — Serengeti National Park

Wake up to hot drinks and a hearty breakfast at camp. Then hit the trail in your trusty safari vehicle for wildlife viewing with your guides. Take a picnic lunch and your camera as you head out in your trusted Land Rovers to navigate the winding park roads in pursuit of interesting wildlife sightings. Explore the pristine landscapes of the Serengeti with your guide's uncanny wildlife spotting instincts leading the way. Expansive plains, rolling hills, dramatic granite outcrops and riverine valleys are home to an endless variety of fascinating creatures, from the lowly dung beetle to the impressive elephant.. The possibilities for what lies ahead are endless! Back at your Nyumba, relax around the fire and enjoy another delicious dinner. (B,L,D)

Day 7 — Serengeti National Park to Eastern Serengeti Ecosystem

Continue east to the Eastern Serengeti Ecosystem where you will explore for the next two days. Spend the day exploring the area by Land Rover in search of your favorite animals. Nicknamed Giraffic Park, this portion of the Serengeti ecosystem will give you a glimpse into the past. The vast expanses of wilderness, diversity of species, and the warm welcome you’ll receive from the local Maasai people will harken back to the days when Teddy Roosevelt first went on safari near this area. Late this afternoon you can take a short nature walk with a local wildlife scout, spotting wildlife as the sun begins to set. Tonight settle into your Nyumba, throw a Frisbee, play some games or have a cool drink before joining folks in the dining area for your evening meal. Afterwards, gather round the campfire for some stargazing or stories with your guide before heading off to bed. (B,L,D)

Day 8 — Eastern Serengeti Ecosystem

Start the day with a hot drink and a light snack before heading out for a pre-breakfast guided nature walk. Then, visit a Maasai women’s cooperative to learn how these women have paired their own skills as artisans and homemakers with their desire to help their families, as well as their own communities. Later in the day, you will immerse yourself in the semi-nomadic culture of the Maasai by visiting a boma, which is a settlement of circular mud-and-dung Maasai homes. Many Maasai still roam the plains of northern Tanzania with their herds of cattle, maintaining their traditions while adapting to new ways of life. Learn more about their extraordinary culture as you tour the boma and take in the scenes of village life. Relax over dinner in the bush. Afterwards you may opt to go on a night drive through the bush. Take a hike before sunset tonight, and then return to your Nyumba in time for dinner. (B,L,D)

Day 9 — Depart from Arusha

Stop at Cultural Heritage Center, a shopping mainstay in Arusha, the center attracts many travelers each year with its abundance of wooden carvings, artifacts, apparel, and crafts. The center also has Tanzanite and other gemstones for sale. They also have wonderful cultural displays and a separate wing that displays some of the finest African art in Tanzania. During a special farewell lunch in Arusha, you will have time to say goodbye to your safari companions as you prepare for your departure. You may wish to exchange addresses or take some final photographs, to help preserve fond memories of an extraordinary trip. Day rooms are provided for your family to take an afternoon swim, rest, repack, and have a snack before your early evening transfer to Kilimanjaro International Airport, where you’ll check in for your departing flight to Amsterdam. Day Room: Mt. Meru Hotel (B,L,Snack)

Day 10 — Arrive U.S.

Connect in Amsterdam and arrive back in the U.S.