Spectacular in September 2021

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Kenya & Tanzania
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10 Nights 11 Days
Availability : Sep 21 - Sep 30
1 Local Flight
Kenya & Tanzania
Max People : 18

Spectacular in September

Sep 21 – Sep 30

10 Nights – 11 Days in Kenya & Tanzania


  • Usually groups of 15 or less, maximum 18
  • Guaranteed departure for one or more guests
  • Travel days to and from Africa NOT included in price
  • ALL inclusive – accommodations, meals, and local transport
  • ALL inclusive – gratuities except for housekeeping
  • Repeat traveler and group discounts
  • Camera and photography tips
  • Covid-19 compliant
  • 1 Local flight

Hotels – Lodges – Camps

Ole Sereni Hotel

2 Nights

Amboseli Serena

2 Nights

Arusha Serena Hotel

1 Night

Ngorongoro Serena

2 Nights

Serengeti Mawe Tented Camp

1 Night

Mara Serena Safari Lodge

2 Nights

Parks – Conservancies – Reserves

Nairobi National Park

1 Game drive

Amboseli Serena

4 Game drives

Lake Manyara

1 Game drive

Ngorongoro Crater

1 Game drive

Serengeti National Park

2 Game drives

Masai Mara Game Reserve

3 Game drives


  • Savor all-inclusive American and international meals throughout the trip including local, gluten free, and other special diets.
  • Purchase souvenirs at local and lodge gift shops for ebony, masks, beaded jewelry, textiles, batiks, and handmade crafts.
  • Lunch at Gibb’s Farm.
  • Visit Lake Manyara National Park and hopefully spot tree-climbing lions.
  • Search for cheetahs and the Big Five: lions, elephants, leopards, cape buffalo, and rhinoceros on game drives from the safety of a Land Cruiser safari vehicle.
  • Experience bird watching year-round with more than 1000 bird species in both Kenya and Tanzania.
  • Optional visit the Giraffe Center and Elephant Orphanage or game drive in Nairobi National Park.
  • See the Mara River, site of crocodiles and Great Migration crossings of zebras and wildebeest.
  • Take an optional balloon ride over the Masai Mara Game Reserve about $450.
  • To reduce time on the road, fly from Masai Mara to Nairobi for a farewell dinner and evening flight home or to another destination


Amboseli – 400 species of birds, best place for free-ranging elephants, home to Echo, perhaps the most researched elephant in the world.

Nairobi National Park – varied bird populations, Cape buffalo, lion, leopard, antelope, giraffe, and jackal, and sanctuary for black and white rhinoceros

Ngorongoro Crater – approximately 25,000 large animals live in the crater including the black rhinoceros, Cape buffalo, hippopotamus, blue wildebeest, Grant’s zebra, common eland, and Grant’s and Thomson’s gazelles, waterbucks, and one of the densest populations of lions

Lake Manyara National Park – known for flocks of thousands of flamingos, various species of water birds, baboons, skye blue monkeys, elephants, leopards, Cape buffalo, giraffe, ostrich,  and tree climbing lions.

Serengeti National Park – famous for annual migration of over 1.5 million white-bearded  wildebeest and 250,000 zebra, numerous Nile crocodile and honey badger, “Big Five” elephant, leopard, rhinoceros, buffalo, lion; over 500 bird species; olive baboons and vervet monkey; gazelle, hyena, jackals, mongooses.

Masai Mara Game Reserve – exceptional populations of lions, leopards, cheetahs and elephants, and the annual migration of wildebeest, zebra, Thomson’s gazelle and other antelope; “Big Five” (lion, leopard, elephant, cape buffalo, and rhinoceros), hippopotami, crocodiles, hyenas, cheetahs, jackals, and bat-eared foxes; more than 470 species of birds





Spectacular in September

10 Days 9 Nights in Kenya & Tanzania
Peak Season Prices

Single Twin Room – Not Sharing

$13120 USD Per Adult Age 18+ (Max 1 Per Room)    

Single Twin Room – Sharing

$11410 USD Per Adult Age 18+ (Max 2 Per Room)      

Couple - Double Room

$11410 USD Per Adult Age 18+ (Max 2 Per Room)    

Group – Multiple Rooms

Adults with or without children and/or students
At least (1) adult per room with children or students
(Max 4 Per Room)

$11410 USD Per Adult Age 18+

$8560 USD Per Student Age 12-17 (25% Discount – Adult Rate)

$5700 USD Per Child Age 4-11 (50% Discount – Adult Rate)

$0 USD Infant or Toddler Age 0-3 (Complementary)

Price Includes

  • Local/regional flights * Tour includes one local flight to eliminate the long, bumpy ride from Masai Mara to Nairobi.
  • Accommodations and meals (see itinerary)
  • Gratuities for porterage/waiters at hotels/lodges/camps
  • All applicable Game Park entrance fees
  • Excursions and game drives (see itinerary)
  • Services of David Kalama (Safari Director) and experienced driver guides
  • Minimum gratuities for drivers and safari director
  • Guaranteed window seating with open top
  • Safari vehicles carry cold drinks and snacks for game drives and long road trips.
  • Membership in Flying Doctors Society – (Emergency air rescue)

Price Excludes

  • International airfare
  • Excess baggage fee
  • Kenya Visa Fee
  • Personal expenses such travel insurance, communication charges that include emails, faxes and phone calls
  • Alcoholic beverages, including during meals
  • Laundry
  • Optional activities provided by hotels/lodges/camps
  • Optional Hot Air Ballooning (cost per person about 480 US Dollars)




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Solo Traveller

We’d been to Africa before and loved it, but our experience with David Kalama in Kenya and Tanzania topped it all! David is extraordinary, knows the animals and their behavior as well as the landscape and the people, and he and his drivers brought us to amazing experiences time and again. We came home with memories (and images) of animals and their behavior that were even better than we could have imagined! David’s knowledge, his humor, and his competence in leading our small safari group were unmatched. We’re home a week and miss it all already (thank you David!). Travel with Kalama Photographic Safaris and you’ll be so glad you did—we are.

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