Enjoy deluxe lodges and a remarkable tented camp experience during the annual Great Migration in Tanzania.

Starting at: $7,995 Make a Reservation Ask Us A Question or Call 855-330-1542
 Wildebeest, cranes, and flamingos along the water, Ngorongoro Crater  Wildebeest crossing the Serengeti during the Great Migration. Credit: Adam Jones/Danita Delimont.com  Wildebeest herd during the Great Migration  Wildebeest crossing the river in the Serengeti  Wildebeest on the move during the Great Migration  Zebras at a waterhole  Giraffes on the savanna of Tanzania  Giraffes on the savanna  Elephants on the Serengeti  Leopard on watch in a tree in the Serengeti  A lone cheetah looks out over the savanna.  Credit: David Schachter  Lion in Ngorongoro Crater  Two lioness stalking prey  Thomson's Gazelle  Impala on the lookout  Grey-crowned Cranes  Flamingos at Ngorongoro Crater  The landscape of Ngorongoro Crater  Wildebeest on the Serengeti at sunset

Tanzania's Great Migration

12 days from $7,995

Enjoy deluxe lodges and a remarkable tented camp experience during the annual Great Migration in Tanzania.

or Call 855-330-1542

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WHAT OUR TRAVELERS SAY

This was a wonderful trip: rugged dusty roads, hot temperatures, incredible and wonderful wildlife and beautiful hotels at the end of the day.

- Carla C.

This is a must experience safari for anyone interested in nature and natural history.

- Kathy T.

This trip was wonderful in every way. Whether you're a seasoned traveler, or if this is a “once-in-a-lifetime” trip, my husband and I would heartily recommend it. Every aspect; Leaders, Driver/Guides, Lodgings, Food, and of course, the amazing wildlife were better than hoped for.

- Carol B.

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Feb 1 - 12, 2017 Departure
Francisco Dallmeier

Francisco Dallmeier

Francisco is a senior conservation biologist and the Director of the Smithsonian Center for Conservation and Sustainability. He is passionate for natural history, multi-cultural experiences, art, architecture and photography.  He has traveled and worked professionally in nearly 100 countries from the Alaskan tundra to the tropical rainforests of the Amazon, Central Africa and Southeast Asia. His research and conservation programs have included critical and endangered species and ecosystems, forest vital signs monitoring programs, climate change, impact mitigation of large development projects, and design and implementation of sustainable mega-infrastructure projects.  He has numerous scientific and technical publications.  Francisco has extensive experience developing partnerships among academia, NGOs, and the private and public sectors to deliver conservation solutions to complex sustainable development challenges worldwide.  He is a certified coach and advisor to corporate leadership and provides technical expertise and policy advice on projects on the ground. Francisco received his undergraduate degree in Biology at the Central University of Venezuela, in his birth country, and his Master and PhD in Wildlife Biology from Colorado State University.  He also completed the Executive Leadership Program with the Federal Executive Institute and the Smithsonian Leadership Development Program.  In addition, he is an adjunct professor at George Mason University in conservation and sustainability. 

Mar 5 - 16, 2017 Departure
Robyn Keene-Young

Robyn Keene-Young

Nearly two decades ago, Zimbabwean-born Robyn Keene-Young left her job as an attorney to live in a tent and document the African wild with her photographer husband. Since then, operating out of remote wilderness, she has shared her intimate moments with some of the continent's wildest animals. Her travel and nature writing has taken her from the deserts of Namibia to the forests of Uganda, the plains of the Serengeti, and the shores of the mighty Zambezi. Robyn’'s work has been published in newspapers and magazines worldwide and she is the author of five books on Africa, including Backseat Safari and Africa Unplugged. In 2008 she spent eight months on foot with a troop of baboons in the Okavango Delta, making her Emmy-nominated documentary Swamp of the Baboons. Her latest show, Great Zebra Exodus, about southern Africa'’s largest mammal migration, is currently being aired on PBS’ Nature. To read a story written by Robyn for Smithsonian magazine click here.

Mar 13 - 24, 2017 Departure
Grant Nel

Grant Nel

Grant Nel holds a BSc (Hon) degree in Zoology, has worked in the African wild for 2 decades and has also travelled widely internationally. For the past 12 years Grant has lived a few hundred meters from the confluence of the Chobe and Zambezi Rivers (both of which feature prominently in your itinerary). The Victoria Falls and Chobe National Park are virtually his back yard. He is a highly respected professional guide and conservationist in the region. He is a former CEO of The Selinda Reserve, and sits on the boards of two local environmental organizations.