Routing ( 1 night Nairobi, 1 night Amboseli, 1 night Moshi, 5 nights Kilimanjaro climb, 1 night Arusha, 2 nights Ngorongoro, 2 nights Serengeti, 2 nights Masai Mara – Nairobi- Departure)

Day 1: Arrival, meet and greet – NairobiNote:  LANDING VISA REQUIRED
Meet our representative at the Airport upon arrival and transferred to Panafric hotel. Our Airport rep will brief you on the adventure to come. Rest of the day at leisure or optional activities includes visits to Giraffe centre, where you touch and feed the gentle Rothschild Giraffe, or visit the Karen Blixen museum famed for the “Out of Africa” movie. Later transfer for dinner at Ronald Restaurant – African Cuisine. Overnight: Nairobi Panafric Hotel .  D

Day 2:  Nairobi- Amboseli National Park
You will be picked from your Nairobi Hotel after breakfast or upon arrival at Airport  and embark on your dream safari adventure of  Kenya through the vast endless open plains of Athi  and on the whistling  Acacia trees of Masai land. Just about 2 hours driving southwards from Nairobi, and on a clear day, you will be watching the majestic Mount Kilimanjaro also known as the Roof of Africa. You will arrive in good time for buffet lunch in the lodge. Short rest before your afternoon game drive begins. Explore the swampy areas looking for the Big four wildlife and plenty of birds that abundant in this semi- arid park. Return to your lodge as the sun sets!  Dinner and Overnight: Amboseli Sentrim Tented Camp or similar   BLD – Distance: Approx: 260 kms – 4 hrs drive

Day 3: Amboseli- Moshi  (Tanzania)  – Note:  LANDING VISA REQUIRED

Pre- breakfast morning game drive in the park. After breakfast check out with packed picnic lunch box and drive to the Namanga border arrive and change cars and drivers, enter  Tanzania and continue our journey to Moshi, commonly known as the gateway to Mount Kilimanjaro for a acclimatization, arrive  and check into the lodge. Dinner and Overnight: Moshi Bristol Cottages. Distance: Approx: 240 kms – 4 hrs drive. BLD

Day 4: Kilimanjaro National Park (Trekking)
After breakfast and a short pre-trek briefing from the guide, you will be transferred to the gates of Kilimanjaro National Park (it is a 45-minute drive from Moshi to the Marangu Gate). Upon registering with park authorities, your climb will officially commence with a four-hour walk to the Mandara encampment. You will pass through a thick rain forest zone, where there is a high chance of rain in the afternoon. You will spend the night at Mandara Hut (2,750m), an attractive collection of buildings. Bathrooms are available with running water. Dinner and Overnight: Mandara Hut (BLD)

Day 5: Kilimanjaro National Park (Trekking)
Continue your ascent through the forest for a short time, before reaching the heather and moorland zone at roughly 3,000m (approximately a six-hour walk). Enjoy stunning views of the mountain peaks at this altitude. You will spend the night at Horombo Hut (3,720m), which lies in a valley surrounded by giant lobelia and groundsel, flora which are characteristic of this semi-alpine zone. Bathrooms are available with running water. Dinner and Overnight: Horombo  Hut (BLD).

Day 6: Kilimanjaro National Park (Trekking)
Your trek continues through the final watering point, and ascends onto the saddle of Kilimanjaro, between the peaks of Kibo and Mwenzi. The vegetation thins out as you enter the desert-like alpine zone (approximately 4,000m) and, once you cross the saddle, Kibo peak comes into view. The saddle is an alpine desert that resembles a lunar landscape. Beware of signs of altitude sickness. This seven-hour walk will be taken at a slow pace. You will spend the night at Kibo Hut (4,703m), a comfortable stone construction (no running water at Kibo Hut). This semi-desert zone receives an annual rainfall of under 250mm; the ground often freezes at night, but ground temperatures soar to above 30 degrees Celsius by day. Few plants other than lichens and grasses survive in these conditions. Dinner and Overnight: Kibo Hut (BLD)

Day 7: Kilimanjaro Summit (Trekking)
This morning after midnight, you will commence your climb to the summit of Kilimanjaro, since it is easier to climb the scree slope to Gillman’s Point (5,861m) on the crater rim when it is frozen, and an early start for the six-hour hike improves our chances of reaching the summit in good time for sunrise. From Gilman’s Point, it is a further two-hour round trip along the crater’s edge to Uhuru Peak, the highest point in Africa. From the summit, it is downhill all the way to Horombo Hut where you will spend our last night on the mountain. Dinner and Overnight: Horombo Hut (BLD)

Day 8: Kilimanjaro Descent  – Arusha

Today’s descent continues past the Mandara encampment to the bottom of the mountain, you will then be transferred to Arusha, where you will spend the night. Dinner and Overnight: Impala Hotel or similar (BD) Distance: Approx: 80 kms – 1hr drive

Day 9: Lake Manyara – Ngorongoro Conservantion Area Park

After breakfast, drive to Lake Manyara with picnic lunch box.  Famous spectacle being the tree-climbing Lions, catch the sights of Elephants, Giraffes, Wild beasts, Buffaloes, baboons and water Birds i.e. Flamingos and Pelicans. The green forest has got more than 320 species of birds, Mahogany, Figs and Sausage trees. Afternoon game drive is included, later drive to Ngorongoro Conservation Area Park. Dinner and Overnight: Ngorongoro Wildlife Lodge. B,L,D. Distance: Approx: 125 kms – 2hr drive

Day 10:  Ngorongoro Conservation Area Park
You will leave with packed lunch boxes and descend into the crater for a day long activity of game viewing. Ngorongoro crater is at the depth of 2,000 feet, this is caldera, created by the collapse of an extinct volcano, contains what might be called “LOST WORLD” of wildlife and in co-existence of cattle herding Masai. Over 30,000 different species of wildlife have been recorded here. You are sure to see the Black Rhino, Lions Elephants and even the cheetah among other many species. Wildebeest populations form a huge part of this and live in harmony with the cattle herding masai Tribesmen. Your day long game drive with include visits to the alkaline lake to view resident flamingos and a host of other birds. The crater is reputed to host one of the largest populations of hyenas and if lucky you may spot them over a kill. After game drive, you will drive out of the park to the lodge and refresh for dinner. Dinner and Overnight. Ngorongoro Wildlife Lodge.  B,L,D

Day 11:  Ngorongoro – Central Serengeti National Park
Check out after breakfast with picnic lunch box for the famed Serengeti National park via Olduvai Gorge Museum. The history of mankind is explored on a visit here, where in 1959, famed archeologists Leakey discovered the fossilized remains of the earliest known man, believed to be about 1.8 millions years old. Enjoy a colorful lecture on evolution of mankind. The proceed on to Serengeti, made famous by the movie ‘Serengeti Will Never Die’ With breathtaking sceneries and endless plains, you will arrive early for an afternoon game drive. Today your afternoon game drive will introduce you to the Big Five as well as the beautiful rocky outcroppings locally known as the Kopjes. Serengeti has the highest concentration of wildlife in the world and with the onset of wildebeest migration you will surely be left with ever lasting memories of a truly Out of Africa safari. Check into your Lodge as the sun sets and refresh for dinner. Dinner and Overnight: Seronera Wildlife Lodge.   B,L,D  Distance: Approx. 220 kms – 4 hrs drive

Day 12:   Serengeti National Park
After breakfast, depart for full day game drive. The breathtaking savannahs of the park are a stunning backdrop to a diverse and abundant wildlife population throughout the year. Serengeti is unique as its name, with plains, rivers and rocky outcroppings known as ‘Kopjes’ all have resident populations of wildlife and panoramas are breathtaking.  You will explore this park with full day game drive in search of large predators and the gentle herbivores which they depend on for survival. Dinner and Overnight: Seronera Wildlife Lodge. B,L,D.

Day 13:   Serengeti  – Masai Mara Game Reserve – Kenya
Early breakfast drive through Western Corridor Serengeti Park enroute game drive with  picnic lunch, to arrive afternoon at Isabenia border where you will change vehicles and drivers as well. After immigration, head towards Masai Mara, with its vast open plains and distinctive flat-topped acacia trees, acacia trees, no visit to Kenya would be complete without a visit here. Enjoying views of picturesque Masai tribesmen herding cattle on the way. You will arrive after sun sets! Dinner and overnight: Ashnil Mara Tented Camp – B,L,D – Distance: Approx. 400 kms  8-9 hrs drive

Day 14 : Masai Mara Game Reserve
Pre-breakfast morning game drive in the reserve, a great opportunity to explore the vast flora and fauna of this magnificent reserve, home to Kenya’s most varied animal population. Lion may be seen throughout the park, along with elephant, giraffe and zebra. Cheetah and leopard are also regularly spotted, and you may also find rhino.  After a rewarding game drive, return to your lodge for late morning breakfast. or A full day game drive with picnic lunch boxes  which include visits to Mara River, Kenya – Tanzania Border Post and a great chance to view the “Big Five” and the great Wildebeest migration if lucky. You will have picnic lunch at Hippo Pool. Dinner and Overnight – Ashnil Mara Tented Camp or similar (B,L,D).

Day 15:  Return to Nairobi- Departure
Depart after break fast and journey back to Nairobi arriving in time for lunch at the world renown Carnivore restaurant ; this is an African Barbeque restaurant where meat is charcoal roasted and served hot on your plate. Vegetarian Menu available!   After lunch, you will be transferred to airport for your outbound flight. B,L, Distance 280 kms 5hrs drive. (Poor road network- Half of the way roads are in poor state and with potholes and it may take more time than the estimated.)


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Note the mentioned hotels/lodges are optional, can be changed as per your preference.


  • Transfers to Airports
  • All park entry fee/charges
  • All transportation as mentioned in a special extended seven (7) seater 4WD Land cruiser in  Tanzania and seven seater safari van in Kenya.
  • Accomplished English speaking driver/guide
  • Drivers allowance/salary during the entire tour
  • Gift from Hirola Tours & Safaris
  • Accommodation and meals as mentioned in itinerary i.e B=Breakfast, L=Lunch, D=dinner
    24/7 Flying Doctors emergency evacuation to the nearest hospital
  • A complimentary bottle of mineral water – 1 bottle per person per day during safari
  • All hotel and government taxes


  • International ticket
  • Telephone and/or Fax
  • Beverages excluding bottled water
  • Tips / gratuities for driver / hotel staff
  • Any extras that are not mentioned above.
  • Airport Departure Tax for International Flights
  • Items of personal nature i.e laundry, souvenirs etc
  • Travel insurance including damage or loss of luggage and/or personal injury
  • Extra cost incurred if change in DATE, reduction in number of Persons or deviation from above  itinerary.


  • All Park Climbing fees
  • National Park approved guides and porters
  • Accommodation in tents while on the mountain
  • Stools, a mess tent and hot water for washing are provided on the mountain.
  • Meals on the mountain
  • Transfers as mentioned above


  • Tips to driver, porters and guide
  • Visas
  • Insurance
  • Items of personal nature
  • ANY kind of mountain equipment. Clients can come with sleeping bags, and other equipments etc.

Please note

Any ascent of Mount Kilimanjaro requires a high level of physical fitness, and it can be difficult to adjust to the extreme altitude. The milder spring and fall months of July through October and January through March are the best times to climb the mountain.

Suggest Packing list for the climb

  • Tips
    • The pack that the porters carry is limited to 15 kg (35 pounds)
    • Store electronics in sealed water-proof bags (double sealed if possible)
    • Wrap clothing in plastic bags
    • In the day pack, take along water, camera, binoculars, rain pants and jacket at a minimum. Add any other items you might need during the day because you may not see the porters until the end of your trek for that day.
  • Footwear
    • Be sure to break in your shoes before the hike.
    • Take trekking shoes for hiking during the day, preferably warm (leather), waterproof, and with ankle-support
    • Take tennis shoes or sandals for lounging in the evening
    • Gaitors
    • Hiking socks
    • Wool socks
  • Clothing
    • Your inner layer should be warm therefore preferably no cotton. Next layer should be insulating and warm, and the top layer should be water proof but breathable. Kilimanjaro may be on the equator, but the temperature can drop drastically. We recommend that you wear shorts for first and last and pants for hiking and for lounging in the evenings
    • Short-sleeved t-shirts for first and last day only
    • Long-sleeved shirts for hiking and for lounging in the evenings
    • Long underwear
    • Fleece jacket or wool sweater
    • Fleece pants
    • Down jacket
    • Rain jacket, needed in hot rainforest and cold snow
    • Rain pants, needed in hot rainforest and cold snow
    • Underwear
    • Sport bras, for women


  • Cold Weather
    • Warm mittens and/or gloves (waterproof)
    • Wool or pile hat
    • Balaclava or neck gaitor
    • Crampons (may be needed March-May and November-December)


  • Baggage
    • Day pack, for you to carry
    • Large waterproof duffel bag or backpack, for porters to carry
    • Plastic bags


  • Sleeping
    • Sleeping bag (-10 degrees F is recommended)
    • Sleeping pad and repair kit
    • Tents are supplied at no charge


  • Other
    • Water bottles (2+)
    • Get 3 liters of bottled water before the trip. Guides will boil water for you along the route. Some people still bring a water filter to enhance the taste. You may want an insulated water bottle to keep it from freezing on the last day.
    • Sun hat
    • Sunglasses
    • Money (small Tanzanian bills for trek)
    • Ski or trekking poles
    • Headlamp or flashlight
    • Camera, film, mini-tripod
    • Video camera, tapes
    • Maps, guidebooks
    • Batteries – bring double extra sets for headlamp/flashlight and camera as cold weather shortens their life
    • Binoculars
    • Notebook, pencil and pen
    • Pocket knife
    • Electricity adapter
    • Energy bars and snacks
    • Playing cards, games, books
    • Chocolate or pens for village children, mementos for guides, porters, and other climbers


  • Toiletries
    • Toilet paper
    • Small towel
    • Soap
    • Toothbrush and toothpaste
    • Handi-wipes
    • Documents
    • Passport
    • Yellow fever certificate
    • Tanzania Visa
    • Medical insurance
    • Address book


First Aid

  • Ibuprofin
  • Bandaids
  • Sunscreen (SPF 15+)
  • Malaria pills
  • Insect repellent
  • Lip balm with sunscreen
  • Antiseptic cream
  • Bandages and tape
  • Diahorea medicine
  • Antibiotics
  • Antihistamines
  • Prescription drugs