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Mountain Gorillas & Great Wildebeest Migration

Travel Dates

Any time of the year – your travel dates are fully customizable, as per your preference.

Duration of Trip

14 days / 13 nights

Accommodation format

Double-Occupancy (i.e. 2 people sharing a Room or Luxury Tent)

  • Kigali (Rwanda): With its lush hillsides, flowering trees, winding boulevards and bustling streets, Kigali is one of the most attractive cities in Africa, and easily one of the cleanest and safest. Despite suffering the genocide’s unspeakable horrors in 1994, Kigali has been the center of Rwanda’s nation-building efforts and has seen large amounts of investments. Few people leave Kigali without being impressed by this charismatic city of survivors.
  • Bwindi Impenetrable National Park (Uganda): The combination of its broad altitude span (1160m to 2607m) and its antiquity has produced an incredible diversity of flora and fauna, resulting in over 120 mammal species and over 350 bird species calling Bwindi home. The stars of the show, however, are the approximately 400 mountain gorillas living here. This is one of the best places in the world to see mountain gorillas up close. Having a look at these critically endangered creatures up close is an unforgettable experience.
  • Arusha: The gateway to Tanzania’s Northern wildlife parks, Arusha is also an eclectic town that melds African and European influences. Often called the “Switzerland of Africa”, Arusha has beautiful museums and art galleries, as well as places to shop for local artwork (paintings, sculptures, masks) as well as jewelry (TANZANITE, etc.)
  • Ngorongoro / Karatu: Often called “The Garden of Eden” because of the variety and density of wildlife, the Ngorongoro Crater is one of the most breathtaking places in the world. It has been designated a UNESCO World Heritage Site – for good reason. Karatu is a beautiful town located in the Ngorongoro Highlands.
  • Serengeti National Park: In the Maasai language, “Serengeti” means “Endless Plains”. And that is exactly what this most famous of African parks is…a very large savannah/grassland area that is teeming with all the iconic African wildlife species living in an unadulterated, natural habitat. The location of several National Geographic shows and specials, Serengeti is also home to The Great Wildebeest & Zebra Migration!


$4,985 / Person*



  • Airport meet & greet YES
  • Ground transportation with an English-speaking driver/guide or naturalist guideYES
  • Accommodation and meals as stipulated in the itineraryYES
  • Safari game drives or sightseeing as stipulated in the itineraryYES
  • Park or reserve entry fees – where applicableYES
  • Flights from the U.S. to Tanzania NOT
  • Any domestic or regional flight(s) within Africa that are NOT identified as “included”  NOT
  • Visa fees NOT
  • Government imposed taxes NOT
  • Tips& gratuities (tipping guide will be provided) NOT
  • Inoculations and personal/medical/travel insurance NOT
  • Meals and beverages not included in the itinerary NOT
  • Optional activities and excursions NOT
  • Items of personal nature – such as laundry services, shopping expenses, telephone charges, etc. NOT


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The founders/owners of Fair Trade Safaris have over 35 years of experience in photographic safaris, cultural trips, and philanthropy & wildlife conservation-based activities in Africa. We would love to use our experience and knowledge to plan your African adventure!

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