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Female Lion in the Serengeti, Tanzania Africa

Serengeti Fly-in and Zanzibar

By Gemma Wilson-Dines
Travel Expert for Alfred&

This 10-day holiday is the perfect blend of safari and beach. Start by exploring the Serengeti, one of the most prominent national parks in Africa. Search for its abundant wildlife, including the Big Five, on game drives and walks. End your trip with some relaxation, on the exotic spice island of Zanzibar. Spend five nights in a luxury resort set on a white-sand beach, floating in the Indian Ocean and exploring its thriving coral reefs. 


10 days
Guide price range
£4,425 - £5,495pp
including international flights
Best months to go
January to March, June to October

Top Experiences
Itinerary Highlights

The Serengeti

Enjoy a dream safari in the Serengeti

A protected UNESCO site, the Serengeti offers sightings of the Big Five and front-row seats to the world-famous Great Migration...


Breezes Beach Club and Spa: a slice of pure Zanzibar

We came to the island over 25 years ago with the aim of showcasing Zanzibar’s rich culture, heritage and beauty...


Explore Arusha, the gateway to the north

Shadowed by Mount Meru, Arusha offers everything from coffee plantation stays to scenic flights and safari adventures...

Day by day
Itinerary in detail


Arrival in Arusha

Welome to Tanzania. Upon arrival in Arusha, a local representative will be waiting at the airport to transfer you to your comfortable hotel nestled at the foot of Mount Meru. The rest of the day is free to relax ahead of your safari adventure, or depending on your arrival time, you may want to explore on an optional tour. Choose to discover Arusha National Park on two wheels, a unique way to spot wildlife and get closer to nature. Alternatively, take a scenic flight to witness magnificent views of the world's largest free-standing mountain, Kilimanjaro. Overnight at Arusha Serena Hotel.

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Arusha and Serengeti

Transfer to Arusha Airport for your flight to the Serengeti. From your tented accommodation, you’ll spend the next three days exploring the vast plains of the world-famous Serengeti on game drives in state-of-the-art 4x4 vehicles, or on foot during a memorable walking safari (optional). In the evening, spend time around the campfire discussing the day’s sightings with the rangers and your fellow guests. Overnight at Lemala Ewanjan.

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The Serengeti

The Serengeti is home to one of Africa’s highest concentrations of large mammal species, with a particularly high number of big cats. The park also boasts some of the richest birdlife in the region with over 500 species including ostrich, hornbill, African fish eagle and the secretary bird. Visit during the dry season between June and October and you’ll witness The Great Migration, when over two million wildebeest thunder across the plains in search of lush grasslands. Set off on morning and afternoon game drives exploring the open plains in search of wildlife, before returning to camp for dinner. Overnight at Lemala Ewanjan.

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The Serengeti

For a whole new perspective of the Serengeti, an optional hot air balloon safari is highly recommended. You’ll wake early and watch as the balloon is prepared, then take flight and drift upwards as the sun rises and wildlife roam below on the vast savannah. Returning to solid ground, spend another memorable day exploring the region and spotting animals on your final day in the Serengeti. Toast the days end with a sundowner in hand as the sun slips below the horizon. Overnight at Lemala Ewanjan Camp.

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Serengeti and Zanzibar

A beach break in Zanzibar is the perfect, relaxing end to an action-packed safari in Tanzania. Today, transfer to the Serengeti airstrip for your flight to the spice island of Zanzibar, where you will spend the next five nights. Overnight at Breezes Beach Club and Spa.

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Zanzibar is famous for its spectacular white sand beaches and turquoise waters containing multi-coloured coral reefs. Spend your days on this exotic island lounging by the pool or on the beach, soaking up the views. As well as beach time, you may want to head to the Frangipani Spa, to try the ‘Apres Safari Treatment’, designed for those looking to recover after an adventure filled safari. Overnight at Breezes Beach Club and Spa.

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No trip to Zanzibar is complete without exploring its unspoilt coral reefs teeming with tropical fish on a snorkelling or diving trip. Continue to unwind or if you have the energy try your hand at kayaking, kite surfing or sailing. Alternatively, immerse yourself in nature and explore the Jozani Forest, part of Zanzibar's only national park, looking for wildlife including monkeys, bush pigs and over 40 species of birds. Overnight at Breezes Beach Club and Spa.

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Relax on the beach all day or take a visit to UNESCO-listed Stone Town, where you can discover Omani forts, sultan’s palaces, as well as Freddie Mercury’s former home. Grab yourselves a souvenir from your trip at one of its busy bazaars. Overnight at Breezes Beach Club and Spa.

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Enjoy a final day on the beach, or perhaps take one last optional tour to learn more about the fragrant spices that Zanzibar is world-famous for. Overnight at Breezes Beach Club and Spa.

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Zanzibar and Departure

Suitably refreshed, you’ll transfer back to Zanzibar airport for your international flight home.

Holiday Budget
Guide price information

Low Season

01 Mar - 31 May, 01 Nov - 15 Dec


Mid Season

01 Jun - 30 Jun, 01 Oct - 31 Oct


High Season

01 Jan - 29 Feb, 16 Dec - 31 Dec


Peak Season

01 Jul - 30 Sep


Alfred & Gemma Wilson-Dines

Gemma has been a regular visitor to South Africa favouring the spectacular mountains and cinematic Winelands that draw her back time and time again. Her most recent trip to Tanzania offered a whole new perspective of the Great Migration from the romantic heights of a hot air balloon. On the other side of the world, in extraordinary India, Gemma holds vivid memories close to her heart; of cooking chapatis in Amritsar’s shimmering Golden Temple and the soft summer breeze in Shimla's alpine forest.

Plan your holiday withAlfred&

Your journey will start with one of our UK team – someone like Gemma, who's travelled extensively in Tanzania. They’ll shape your ideas into the trip of a lifetime. But they won't do it on their own. They'll draw on the expertise of our contacts on the ground, connecting you to the people who'll make your holiday one you'll always remember - the rangers who'll ensure you'll spot the best wildlife, the village chiefs who'll give you a genuine insight into local life and the camp managers who can recommend the very best spot to enjoy your sundowner.

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