The Great Migration

The philosophy of East Africa Camps is to offer a tailor-made experience carved in luxury safaris. We choose the best parks and reserves in the world to see the wildlife and we built our own Luxury Tented Camps in the best and exclusive locations.

Located within the the Serengeti is Pumzika Luxury Safari Camp which offers the utmost comfort for our guests whilst experience the feeling of remoteness on the savannah where giraffes & buffalos can be seen placidly roaming freely amongst your tents at night.

10% Discount Applied when booking between 10 May 2021 to 31 Dec 2021

Pricing
Regular Departure Seat-in Coach:

  • Price per person €3802.00

Private Safari:

  • Vehicle 4×4 occupied by 2 people: €3720.00
  • Vehicle 4×4 occupied by 3 people: €3460.00
  • Vehicle 4×4 occupied by 4 people: €3311.00

*Children from 4 to 11 years.- 50% of the fare basis

What's Included
  • Guide-driver of English-speaking throughout the safari
  • Airport-hotel Arusha transfer
  • Hotel in Arusha accommodation and breakfast (dinner of day 8 is not included)
  • Transportation in 4×4 Land Cruiser vehicle
  • Full board throughout the safari.
  • All 4×4 safaris.
  • 4X4 vehicles in the Ngorongoro Crater.
  • Visit Masai village.
  • Entry to National Parks and Reserves.
  • Accommodation fees within Parks and National Reserves.
  • Insurance AMREF Flying Doctors
Highlights
This is our perfect route in Tanzania, we will visit the best national parks in Tanzania and we add something unique, not exploited by the mass tourism, some visits in some villages and tribes not discovered by the major tour operators. If there is a place where time seems to have stopped, that is of course the Eyasi Lake where the Datoga and Hadsabe tribes live.

The exclusive Pakulala Safari Camp continues developing our sustainable and responsible philosophy focused on the direct repercussion in the local economy of Masai life that inhabits the Crater in coexistence and respect with the fauna and flora that lives there.

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