Tanzania Family Safari
Every kid with a sense of adventure has, at one point in his or her life, dreamed of Africa. At Boundless Journeys, we take extra care to make sure the Tanzania family safari meets (and exceeds) every hope and wish. Our Migration Safari covers the Great Rift Valley, the Ngorongoro Crater, and of course, the Serengeti itself, and is timed to correspond to important moments in the annual Serengeti migration. We also offer two different private experiences. Our Beyond the Serengeti Private Safari takes your and your party to the Loliondo game reserve where you’ll meet the local Maasai people, as well an as encounter with the great elephant herds of Tarangire National Park. The Great Migration Private Safari transforms the highpoints of our Migration Safari into a custom-made experience that gives family and friends the time and space to find their own unique version of the classic African safari.
Here, everything that is Africa converges in a beautiful display. This Tanzania safari follows the migration of the great herds of the Serengeti from our luxurious tented camps.
$6,995 per person
Experience some of the most epic landscapes and wildlife on the planet – the Great Rift Valley, the Ngorongoro Crater, and the vast Serengeti, with your own private group of friends and family.
From $6,395 per person
This private Tanzania safari -- for just your family and friends on the dates that work for you -- explores the unforgettable Ngorongoro Crater and Lake Manyara National park, and follows the migration of the great herds of the Serengeti from our luxurious tented camps.
From $6,495 per person
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