Whether you want to combine your Serengeti safari with a beach holiday or if you want to pack as many wildlife experiences as possible into one trip, we have a comprehensive range of Serengeti tours and safaris that cater for just about every traveller. Some focus purely on the Serengeti and its wildlife, others include this world famous national park as part of a larger itinerary.
At Go2Africa, we feel that one of the best ways to experience the Serengeti is via the simplistic extravagance of a colonial-style tented safari camp, several of which move around the Serengeti according to season. You'll enjoy all the trappings of a luxury safari lodge but in an exclusive, pristine wilderness setting - ideal to soak up all the thrills of the wildebeest migration.
More affordable Serengeti holiday safaris include scheduled departure tours that often include a few days in the adjacent Ngorongoro Crater or even Kenya's Masai Mara. Browse our recommended tours to the Serengeti for ideas or simply contact us for expert advice and help in creating a tailored itinerary.
A 9-day Big 5 safari across Tanzania’s varied landscapes of the Ngorongoro Crater, Tarangire & magnificent northern Serengeti
Explore the best of East Africa in this 8-night safari of a lifetime, taking in the top game parks of Kenya & Tanzania.
A romantic East African odyssey taking in the Masai Mara, the teeming herds of the Serengeti, the Ngorongoro & the spice island of Zanzibar.
Experience the ultimate family safari in the Masai Mara, Serengeti & Ngorongoro Crater combined with luxury & relaxation in a Zanzibar retreat.
Not only are the highlights of Kenya and Tanzania on this 2-week itinerary but the accommodation is some of the best in East Africa - enjoy a range of extraordinary camps, many in private reserves.
Travel through Tanzania, taking in Arusha, the famed Serengeti & remote Tarangire reserve as well as beautiful Lake Manyara.
The gems of Tanzania's reserves offer prime game viewing at Lake Manyana, the Ngorongoro Crater and then following the herds to the northern Serengeti.