Women’s Group Travel Tanzania Serengeti Safari (July 2-9, 2023)

  Tanzania, Africa

  8 Days



  Easy Physical Activity

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Tanzania’s Serengeti is a bucket-list place to see! Witness part of the largest migration of animals on Earth as they cross a landscape so wild, vast, and free. The beauty will touch your soul. Your only regret will be that you should have come to Africa sooner.

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Grab your safari hat, binoculars and don’t forget your camera because your friends are not going to believe your stories on this Women’s Group Travel Tanzania Serengeti Safari!! Tanzania is a place that is accessible to any type of traveler, and is perfect for the first-time traveler to Africa.

Straight out of the pages of a National Geographic Magazine, Tanzania offers ordinary people the chance to live like an explorer. Our Women’s Group Travel Tanzania Serengeti Safari is a story-book experience of the best of the Northern Circuit. This journey is a combination of game drives through wildlife parks, and cultural experiences with tribal people who are living the same way their ancestors lived here have lived here for centuries.

The magic of Tanzania, and the stuff of legends, is the Serengeti. As you drive through the vast expanse of grassland in a 4×4 safari jeep on our Women’s Group Travel Tanzania Serengeti Safari, you might find yourself humming tunes from the Disney cartoon, The Lion King. Massive herds of wildebeest, zebras, and gazelles travel a route considered one of the largest migrations in the world. You may even find yourself getting a little teary-eyed at the intangible beauty you are witnessing.

Now is your chance to experience the Africa you have dreamed about with a great group of like-minded adventures. All skill levels welcome on this Women’s Group Travel Tanzania Serengeti Safari No experience necessary. Solo women travelers, friends, siblings, parents and adult children (18 years and older) are welcome to join this adventure.

Trip Highlights:

    • Experience mid-Luxury Safari Tent Camping in the Serengeti National Park and a variety of other unique lodges near national parks and conservation areas.
    • Go to sleep and wake to the sounds of the wild Serengeti.
    • Be moved as you witness one of largest migrations on Earth of wildebeest, zebras, and gazelles.
    • See big cats including prides of lions and elusive leopards, and stealthy cheetahs.
    • Enter the Ngorongoro Crater, a 25 km wide dormant-volcano-bowlful-of-30,000-animals.
    • Opportunities for shopping for indigenous African handcrafts, Tanzanite, and art.
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Under the African Sky: Safari Camping

Our Serengeti Safari And Cultural Encounters Eco Tour includes luxury camping within the Serengeti National Park. You will wake and go to sleep to the sounds of lions, hippos, and other big animals that come near the camp. The tents are spacious and more like hotel rooms than tents. Each sleeping tent has two beds with mattresses and linens. comfortable lounge chairs that you would expect to find in a home study, and electricity to charge your cameras and other devices. Attached is an enclosed bathroom with flushing toilet, sink, and a shower.

Nearby is the dining tent with attached common area with comfortable furnishing to share your day’s adventures with your fellow Adventure Buddies.  Alcoholic beverages, and sodas can be purchased. Meals are prepared by a chef and full service crew and served formally in the dining area.

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Inclusions & Exclusions


  • Lodge safari according to the itinerary
  • Transportation in a 4×4 safari vehicle
  • Professional, English-speaking guide
  • US-based Green Edventures Trip Facilitator for pre-trip and onsite support.
  • Overnight accommodation according to the itinerary
  • Meals according to the itinerary (full board ).
  • Packed lunches for game drive days.
  • Bottled water
  • All national park fees , concession fees, WMA
  • Airport transfers
  • Cultural activities


  • Airfare
  • Optional activities
  • Alcohol and bottle flavored drinks
  • Visa Fee ($100 USD)
  • Gratuity ($450 per person)
  • Personal spending money
  • Travel insurance


Package Price: $4,690

Deposit due by May 1st: $950

Installments: 3 equal installments due April 2, May 2, June 2, 2023

Spots Available: — See below for real-time availability and sign up!

Travel Documents:
A passport valid for 6 months of travel beyond departure date
A tourist visa is (pre-purchase online Tanzania)

Travel insurance is available and recommended. Purchase trip insurance within 15 days of your initial trip deposit. Select cancel-for-any-reason add on for the most optimum coverage.

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Tour Map

Lake Duluti Lodge

Bouganvillea lodge



maramboi tented lodge

Serengeti National Park

Tour Itinerary

►Where Do We Stay?

►Day 1: Welcome to Tanzania  & Transfer to Arusha

Arrive at Kilimanjaro International Airport. After customs, you will be met by your tour leader and driver. As a group, we will transfer to Lake Duluti Lodge for dinner and meet and introductions. (D)

►Day 2: Serengeti National Park Via Crater Rim

It will be an early morning, with breakfast to go. Along the way we’ll pass through the mist-shrouded rainforests of the Ngorongoro Conservation Area where you might be lucky enough to see baboons, or even leopards and elephants in the dense undergrowth. Passing through the Ngorongoro Conservation Area, you will be able to see the breath-taking Ngorongoro Crater before traveling onwards to the Serengeti National Park, which you will reach by midday. The Serengeti National Park is the largest park in Tanzania with diverse landscapes and habitats, such as grassy plains, swamps, lakes, savannah and mountains. After an extensive game drive, you will drive to your accommodation where you will enjoy dinner and an overnight stay at Serengeti Accasia camp or Suenos de Africa camp. (BLD)

►Days 4: Central Serengeti to Northern Serengeti

At breakfast you will be talking about all the wildlife sounds you heard in the night! Was that lion? Did I hear a hyena?

 Early morning game drive in central Serengeti, for day tour with packed lunch along with your guide, hen afternoon en route drive to the northern Serengeti to see the migration crossing. Over the next two days, we will continue to explore the Serengeti and follow the migration from our base camp. This extra time in the Serengeti will allow you to become acclimated to the sights, sounds, and rhythms of safari life. These days are full of adventure as we explore the endless plains and let nature provide the show.

Dinner and overnight at Serengeti Kati Kati Tented camp or Serengeti Heritage camp. (BLD)

►Day 4: Northern Serengeti

 In the morning, we undertake our en route game drive in the  Northern region of the Serengeti.The Northern Serengeti is a gentle rolling countryside broken by small rivers, occasional hills, and kopjes. Here resides a multitudinous permanent population of wildlife, with also very striking geological occurrences such as the beautiful Lobo Kopje. The Northern Serengeti is an interesting and varied country that is far from the park’s main entry point in the south hence receiving fewer visitors.

The migration is found in this area during late August, but we may with lucky witness the most spectacular of river crossings as the herd attempt to cross the Mara River and avoid the strong currents and hungry crocodiles.
After a full day, we head for our accommodation where we enjoy dinner and our night of sleep under the magnificent African sky out upon the ‘Endless Plain watching the Migration. Proceed to Serengeti Heritage Migration Camp Or Serengeti Kati Kati Migration Camp  for dinner and overnight. (BLD)

►Day 5: Northern Serengeti – Central Serengeti

 Early morning game drive  through northern Serengeti, watching the Migration. Return for lunch at the camp, After lunch enroute drive to the central Serengeti for dinner and overnight at
Suenos De Africa Camp or Serengeti Accassia Camp. (BLD)

►Day 6: Ngorongoro Crater Conservation Area

To day we explore one of the most popular parks in Tanzania, and an unforgettable highlight of this adventure. The Ngorongoro crater is an inactive volcanic crater with breathtaking views from both the rim and within the crater itself. As we descend by safari jeep, we pass through all of the conservation area’s various habitats from dense mountain forests and woodlands, to grasslands, lakes and swamps.

The huge crater floor is spotted with large herds of zebras, wildebeests, elands, Grant’s and Thompson’s gazelles. As we get closer to the game, lions can be seen as well as the occasional herd of elephants and the endangered Black Rhino.  Rare species like serval cats, hyenas, jackals, and cheetahs may be spotted, and your guide will help you adjust your eyes to watching game and looking for behaviors that may indicate if predators are around.

Not only do mammals reside in the conservation area, Ostriches, Kori bustards, Crowned Cranes, White Backed Vultures, Black Kites, Cattle Egrets, Tawny Eagles, Augur Buzzards and Lesser Flamingos can be seen at Lake Magadi.

When we have seen all we can see in the Ngorongoro Crater, we will transfer to Bouganvillea Safari Lodge for dinner. Overnight at Bourganvillea Safari Lodge. (BLD)

►Day 7: Tarangire National Park & Boabab Trees

Morning game drives into The Tarangire National park for a day tour and return for late for lunch, at Maramboi Tented Lodge.

Tarangire National park with its Baobab crested landscape is scenically one of the most beautiful parks. Baobab trees tower above the savannah and these age-old trees play a vital role in the eco system as they act as homes for bees, birds and bats. In addition, they provide nourishing fruit and supply animals such elephants with indirect water especially during the drier months.

Cats are also very much present in the park and lions can be found soaking up the sun on the river banks, whereas leopards are sometimes spotted resting in the baobab trees. Rarer species include Cheetahs and African Wild Dogs.

At Tarangire National Park, keep your binoculars close as the park also boast with 550 different bird species. The most commonly seen birds include Yellow Collared Lovebirds, Red Billed Hornbills, Southern Ground Hornbills, Lilac Breasted rollers, Ostriches, many kinds of raptors as well as several kinds of water birds just to name a few. Overnight at Lake Burunge Tented Camp  Or Sangaiwe Tented lodge. (BLD)


►Day 11: Shopping & Transfer to Kilimanjaro Airport

After breakfast, we proceed back to Arusha and on to Kilimanjaro Airport for flights home. Stop for excellent shopping along the way. (BL)

** Please note: The activities, lodging, guides, and schedule may change without notice as practical considerations arise during program development or onsite. **

Your Tour Guide

Baraza Salaho

Baraza Salaho

Driver Guide / Tanzania

Baraza Salaho is Tanzanian and a safari guide for over 20 years! He has worked with clients from all over the world and has a lot of knowledge that he loves to share about the parks, animals, culture and birds. — He speaks more than 5 Tanzanian languages plus English. Baraza is the owner of his family run safari company and we are honored to have him lead the Green Edventures Tanzania Safari. He is a caring guide and strives to give each of his clients the best safari experience possible.

Tara Short

Tara Short

Trip Facilitator / CEO Green Edventures Tours

Tara is the Founder & CEO of Green Edventures Tours. She has 20 years of experience curating and facilitating educational adventures in the Americas, the Caribbean, Africa, and Iceland. She holds a Bachelor’s Degree from the University of Wisconsin-Stevens Point in Natural Resource Management with an emphasis in Environmental Education/Interpretation. Tara has worked for notable educational, scientific, and conservation organizations and institutions such as the John G. Shedd Aquarium, Chicago’s Museum of Science & Industry, USDA Forest Service in the Chugach National Forest in Alaska, and Wild Studies in the Bahamas. Tara is a PADI Open Water Diver, Advanced Diver, Rescue Diver and has specialty certifications as Underwater Naturalist, Deep Diver, Multi-Level diver and Night Diver. She holds current Wilderness First Aid & CPR Certifications.

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