Balloon Safaris

Balloon safaris are a romantic and evocative way of experiencing the wilderness of East Africa, as you gracefully and silently fly over the plains teeming with herds of wild life in the early morning. Typically, a ballon safari begins between 6 am and lasts for around 1-2 hours, during which you will likely see the magnificent wildlife below over several square kilometres of the game park. Ballon safaris are held regularly in the Serengeti and take off from designated sites where the disturbance to animals is kept to a minimum.

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Game drives

We are located at a very wealthy game viewing area in Serengeti, plenty of big cats to be seen all year around, during your stays most of the times you will see our resident animals passing very close to the camp including Serengeti’s famous cats; lions, leopards, and cheetahs. game drives usually starts early morning before sunrise and late afternoon

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Walking Safari

Follow unbeaten paths of Serengeti with an armed local ranger/guide through Serengeti’s known off beaten paths. walking safaris are done early morning and late afternoon and needs to be booked in advance

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Ngorongoro Crater Extension

The Ngorongoro Conservation Area covers 8,292 square kilometers and sits adjacent to the Serengeti and en-route from Arusha to The Mawe camp, so it offers the perfect opportunity to stop off and experience. The jewel in Ngorongoro’s crown is a deep, extinct volcanic crater, the largest un flooded and unbroken caldera in the world. About 20kms across, 600 meters deep and 300 sq kms in area, the Ngorongoro Crater is a breathtaking natural wonder. Teeming with wildlife it is often compared to the Garden of Eden and wildlife viewing in the crater is out of this world – all major animals are easily seen.
Ngorongoro is easily accessible from the Serengeti National Park