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This is an unforgettable safari to East Africa. Explore Kenya, Uganda, and Tanzania. These countries are the safari hot spots in Africa.  For 20 days you get to see and experience mount gorillas in Bwindi Impenetrable National Park and chimp trekking in Kibale National Park in Uganda.

In the beautiful country of Kenya, you have a chance for game drives in Amboseli National Park, while in Tanzania you will visit the wonder of the world ”The Serengeti National Park. This trip will start in Uganda and will end in Tanzania.  We invite you to read your plan.


  • Duration: 20 Days Uganda, Kenya, and Tanzania safari
  • Price: From  $__ per person sharing
  • Destination:  Kibale National Park, Queen Elizabeth National Park, Bwindi Impenetrable, Masai Mara, Amboseli , Tarangire National Park, Serengeti , and Ngorongoro Crater


Upon arrival at Entebbe airport, you will be met by the hotel driver to transfer you to your booked hotel for relaxation, dinner, and overnight stay at Via Guesthouse for budget/Best Western Garden Hotel for mid-range

After breakfast, you will transfer to Kibale national park– the best safari destination in Africa for chimpanzee tracking. Arrive early afternoon for lunch in Fort Portal town, visit the crater lakes, and go for a 2-3 hours nature walk in the Bigodi swamp and experience the different birds and primates.

The reserve is abundant with butterflies, plants, animals, and, in particular, birds. Spectacular birds like Great Blue Turaco and rare Papyrus Gonolek will be of great interest to birders. The swamp is also home to more elusive animals such as Red Colobus monkeys and Sitatunga antelope.

There is also the opportunity to visit local community projects that have been financed by tourism. Thereafter, drive to check in at your lodge.

Dinner and overnight stay at Chimpanzee Guesthouse for midrange/Isunga Lodge for budget/Crater Safari Lodge Lodge for luxury

Have breakfast very early and later transfer to the park head office for a briefing about the endangered chimpanzees later enter the forest with the guidance of a park ranger along with your tracking gear, packed water, and snacks.

This Chimpanzee trekking is a whole day experience. On finding the primates, you will spend 4 hours viewing them while studying their behavior and taking pictures. After tracking, return to the lodge for relaxation.

Dinner and overnight at Guesthouse for midrange/Isunga Lodge for budget/Crater Safari Lodge lodge for luxury

On the 4th day of your 20 Days Uganda-Kenya-Tanzania Safari, after breakfast, embark on your journey to Queen Elizabeth national park, it’s a 3-4 hour drive arriving there at a good time for lunch.

Later afternoon, you will go for a launch cruise along the Kazinga channel where you will get an opportunity to see a number of bird species, elephants and buffalos, hippos, and crocodiles at the lake shores.

Later afternoon enjoys an evening game drive in the Kasenyi area where you will encounter some of the park’s residents like lions, antelopes, buffaloes, elephants, warthogs, and waterbucks just to mention a few.

Dinner and overnight stay at Pumba Safari Cottages for budget/Parkview Safari Lodge for mid-range/Elephant Plains Lodge ( luxury)

You will wake up early, have breakfast, and embark on your journey to Bwindi Impenetrable national park. It’s a 5-7 hours drive depending on your gorilla trekking location. Dinner and overnight stay at Buhoma Lodge for luxury/Buhoma Haven Lodge for mid-range/Buhoma Community Rest Camp for budget

After enjoying an early breakfast and transfer to park headquarters for the briefing before you set off gorilla trekking. Trekking through the steep, densely forested hills and then finally coming across the gorillas camouflaged in the vegetation is an inspiring and privileged moment.

Tracking Mountain Gorillas in the Bwindi forest requires stamina and can often take most of the day and spend an hour in the presence of the gorillas before you return to your meeting point with the driver guide to return to the lodge. Dinner and overnight stay at lodge as above

After breakfast, start your journey back to Kampala/Entebbe with an en-route stop at the Equator and lunch. It’s an 8-9 hours drive to Kampala/Entebbe.

Upon arrival, check in at your booked hotel in Entebbe. Dinner and overnight stay at Via Via Guesthouse for budget/Best western Garden Hotel for mid-range

On the 8th day of your 20 Days Uganda-Kenya-Tanzania Safari, after the early morning breakfast, connects for your flight departing from Entebbe airport at 12:15 and arriving at 14:30 am in Masai Mara national park.

On arrival, you will be your safari guide and embark to connect to your lodge in Masai Mara national park for dinner and overnight stay at AA Mara Lodge for a mid-range option/Mitimingi Eco-lodge for a budget Option/ Matira Bush Camps for luxury.

After breakfast, a full day in the park with packed lunch in search of its popular residents, The Masai Mara plains are full of wildebeest during migration season early July to end September however, they are not guaranteed to view, zebra, impala, topi, giraffe, Thomson’s gazelle are regularly seen, and the leopards, lions, hyenas, cheetah, jackal, and bat-eared foxes can also be seen.

Black rhinos are a little shy and hard to spot but are often seen at a distance if you are lucky. Hippos are abundant in the Mara River as are very large Nile crocodiles, which lay in wait for a meal as the wildebeest cross on their annual quest to find new pastures.

Dinner and overnight stay at AA Mara Lodge for a mid-range option/Mitimingi Eco-lodge for a budget Option

Early morning breakfast and enter the gates of Masai Mara for a game drive that will get you quite close to different wildlife species in big numbers. From solitary buffaloes to copulating lions, birds, and small games of all types; you will see it all on a game drive in Masai Mara! Return to the lodge for lunch and relax from the scorching sun. In the evening, go for another game drive.

Dinner and overnight stay at AA Mara Lodge for a mid-range option/Mitimingi Eco-lodge for a budget Option

After breakfast, transfer to Nairobi with an en-route stop at the Masai market for a Masai Cultural experience where you can purchase Masai savors and also have lunch there then proceed to Nairobi city and visit the elephant orphanage and the giraffe park. Check-in for dinner and overnight stay at Central Park Nairobi Hotel for budget option/ Tamarind Tree Hotel for mid-range / The  Boma

After breakfast, check out of the hotel; meet your guide to transfer to Amboseli national park. It’s a 5-6 hours drive with en-route lunch. The Amboseli national park is famous for its scenery with a close view of snow-capped Mount Kilimanjaro, which dominates the landscape, and open plains.

Arrive in the late afternoon with more game drive as you drive to your lodge. Animals like the well-known predators and their opponents like the Zebra, Wildebeest, Giraffe, and hippo with a view of Mount Kilimanjaro may be spotted.

Dinner and overnight at Sentrim Amboseli Lodge for mid-range/ Amboseli Eco-camp for budget

Have breakfast and explore Amboseli. The park is famous for being the best place in Africa to get close to free-ranging elephants among other wildlife species. Other attraction of the park includes opportunities to meet the Maasai people and also offers spectacular views of Mount Kilimanjaro, the highest free-standing mountain in the world.

Dinner and overnight stay at AA Mara Lodge for a mid-range option/Mitimingi Eco-lodge for a budget Option

Breakfast will be served early and depart for the Namanga border where your Tanzanian guide will be waiting for you. It’s a 4-5 hours drive from Namanga border to Arusha town. Dinner and overnight stay in Runaku hotel for budget/Tulia Boutique Hotel and Spa for mid-range/ Mount Meru / Maasai land safari

On the 15th day of your 20 Days Uganda-Kenya-Tanzania Safari, after morning breakfast, transfer to Tarangire national park. It’s a 4-5 hour drive from Arusha. Arrive at a good time for lunch.

Later afternoon, enjoy the game drive in search of animals like Elephants, Lions, Giraffes, Zebras, Baboons, and others. Dinner and overnight stay at Ang’ata Camps/ Tarangire Roika Lodge for mid-range

After breakfast, transfer to Serengeti national park. If you missed the Wildebeest migration experience in Masai Mara Kenya, consider visiting Serengeti national park in the months of April, May, and early June as it is when they are estimated to move towards central Serengeti.

On arrival at the park a good time for lunch then in the late afternoon, enjoy an evening game drive. Return to your booked lodge for dinner and overnight stay at Tukaone Camps /Ang’ata Camp / Kirurumu  Camps

After your delicious breakfast, meet your driver and embark on a drive to Serengeti national park with your panic lunch. The central sector is known for its masculine lions and you will also encounter a great number of other wildlife.

Later afternoon, you will drive to Central Serengeti for the game drive. In this area of the park, you will have the opportunity to see big pride of lions, Cheetahs, Leopards, Hyenas, Giraffes, Elephants, different Antelopes, and other wildlife. Later in the evening return to your lodge for dinner and overnight at either lodge above.

After breakfast, connect to the Ngorongoro conservation area with your packed lunch box. You will enjoy visiting attractions such as Olduvai Gorge for an experience at an archaeological site.

You will also have a cultural experience with the Maasai people who also live in the Ngorongoro conservation area. Later afternoon, connect to your lodge for a relaxed dinner and overnight stay at Eileen’s Trees Inn for a budget option/Ngorongoro Serena Lodge for a mid-range option

Wake up early, have breakfast, and connect to descent to over 600 meters in the Ngorongoro crater. Ngorongoro crater is the world’s largest inactive caldera which is home to numerous wildlife species as well as bird species such as flamingos which can be seen during a safari in the crater along the shores of Lake Magadi.

Supported by a year-round water supply and fodder, the Ngorongoro Crater supports a vast variety of animals, which include herds of wildebeest (in the months of January, February, and March), zebra, buffalo, eland, warthog, hippo, and giant African elephants.

Another big draw card to this picturesque national park is its dense population of predators, which include lions, hyenas, jackals, cheetahs, and the ever-elusive leopard, which sometimes requires a trained eye to spot.

You will also visit Lake Magadi, a large but shallow alkaline lake in the southwestern corner, which is one of the main features of the crater. A large number of flamingos, hippos, and other water birds can usually see here.

Dinner and overnight at Eileen’s Trees Inn for a budget option/Ngorongoro Serena Lodge/ Farm of Dream Lodge / Enyati Lodge for a mid-range option

After breakfast, meet your safari guide and embark on your journey to Arusha. It’s a 4 hours drive from Ngorongoro. Upon arrival. The driver will drop you off at the airport for your onward flight back home. End of Safari

Costs & Inclusions

Booking Process

If you’re satisfied enough with the information, you can book this tour directly, remember to confirm your booking with a deposit of 40% of the total cost per person. This is needed to secure accommodation and other services which belong to third parties.

At that point, we will issue you with an invoice that includes a balance due date. We must receive the full payment not less than thirty (30) days before the departure date.

In the case of holidays booked within less than thirty (30) days of the departure date, we must receive the full cost within seven (7) working days of our sending written confirmation and invoice.

In the case of non-payment of the balance by the due date, we reserve the right to cancel your booking and retain your deposit, as well as any other cancellation charges.

Before you do any payment don’t hesitate to discuss with your tour planner the best option. Your satisfaction is our happiness.


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If you decide to use this mode of payment, a 3.9% bank surcharge has to be added on top of the original amount. The 3.9% charge does not come from Blessing Safaris Limited, it is a bank surcharge for credit card transactions

Sometimes the gateways or your bank may request additional documents to approve the transaction, bear in mind that it is for your financial safety.
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When you make a booking, you will be supplied with an unpaid invoice showing the amount you have to pay and the company bank account details and after payment, you will receive the paid invoice. This will act as payment evidence.

Meet Elibariki,

Your Tanzania Safari Specialist.

(Call or WhatsApp)
+255 742 696 430

Meet Elibariki,

Your Tanzania Safari Specialist.

(Call or WhatsApp)
+255 742 696 430

General Travel Information

Tanzania is situated directly south of the Equator and covers 938,000 sq. km with an estimated population of 40 million people. The country is densely populated in the northern, eastern and coastal areas while the southern part is not densely populated.

Climate. Tanzania climate is tropical and there are two rain seasons the longer being March through May and the shorter between October and November. The dry season lasts from July through October with clear sky and sunshine the whole day. The weather is suitable for beach vacations. The coastal area is normally hot and humid.

Visa: Coming to Tanzania has been made easy for visitors. It is easy to obtain a Tanzanian visa and there are three ways to obtain it: You can get a visa from a Tanzanian Embassy or High Commission from your country or upon arrival at the port of entry or you can apply online via Tanzania Immigration site, that is, the airport or at the border port. The above procedure applies to North American and European citizens. For more details about visas please contact the nearest Tanzanian Embassy or High Commission in your area.

Tanzania’s International Airports: Tanzania has two international airports, one outside the commercial capital Dar es Salaam (airport code: DAR) and the other near Arusha (and Mount Kilimanjaro) called Kilimanjaro International Airport (airport code: JRO). Charter flights and some international operators fly directly to Zanzibar Island (airport code: ZNZ)

Getting to Tanzania: If you’re planning to visit Northern Tanzania, the best airport to arrive at is Kilimanjaro International Airport (KIA). KLM has daily flights from Amsterdam. Ethiopian and Kenya Airways / Precision Air also fly into KIA.

If you’re planning to visit Zanzibar, southern and western Tanzania, it is ideal to fly to the capital city of Dar es Salaam. European carriers that fly into Dar es Salaam include British Airways, KLM and Swissair(which share codes with Delta). There are long-distance bus services between Tanzania, Kenya, and Uganda.

Attractions: The country has a lot to offer educationally, historically, for leisure and adventures. These adventures are safaris (game) driving in the National Parks like Serengeti, Manyara, and Tarangire to see wildlife, historical sites such as museums, landscapes, mountains, beaches, lakes, rivers, and culture.

Social life: The country has more than 120 tribes. Each tribe has its own vernacular. Although there are many languages “Swahili” was adopted as the national language in 1961 right after independence. The language has spread and is being used in the neighboring countries of Uganda, Kenya, and Central Africa. English is the second official language of the nation. You will find that Tanzanians are very welcoming and friendly.

Political system: Tanzania is perhaps the leading country on the continent of Africa for its political stability, peace, and tranquility. The political system is multi-party and the government is democratic. Political and religious conflicts are resolved through dialogue. In short, religious and tribal conflicts are very rare in this country because every citizen is free to worship as he/she pleases provided that one does not violate the law of the land

Currency: The national currency of Tanzania is the “shilling” (Tshs). Exchange rates vary and are subject to change anytime. Credit cards such as Euro-card, American Express, Master Card, Access, and Visa are accepted by most tourists’ hotels, carving shops, bureau de change, and banks. Also, Traveler’s Cheques in sterling pounds and US dollars are acceptable.

Religions: Because of its historical diversity Tanzania is a land of various religions. Nevertheless, the major religions are Christianity, Islam, Hindu, and African Traditional Religions. On the east coast – Dar es salaam, Bagamoyo, Zanzibar, and Tanga – the dominant religions are Islam and Hindu. This is due to the advent of Arabs and Eastern Indians which led to the spread of the two religions. The mainland is dominantly Christian and this is since European colonists, like Arabs, spread the Christian religion to the indigenous people.

Infrastructure & Accessibility: Major roads are paved and accessible throughout the year. Side roads and those around and within the National Parks are muddy and rough. For this reason, a 4WD car is required for safaris. Four-wheel cars include Toyota Land Cruisers, Land Rovers, and Toyota Hiace 4WD. These are the cars commonly used. The railway is also used in the eastern, southern, central, and western parts of the country.

Time: The time zone is GMT + 3 and the electricity is 220 – 240 V AC, 50 Hz.

This comes not actually from the company side but has something to do with yourself, you may wish to support locals by buying souvenirs or you may arrange some extra tours around the city or tipping to your team.

Is the best way to acknowledge others as one of the best practices in life. Feel comfortable discussing with your tour planner anytime

As any other endeavor challenges are part of the journey, you may experience congestion while arriving or you may experience network outage in most of the areas while on safari.

Bear in mind that there are challenges which we can control as human beings but in case of natural disasters that we do not wish to happen if we are supposed to stop your tour, immediate actions are necessary to save a life.

Packing for a Tanzania safari is vastly different from packing for just about any other trip, and it offers a different challenge depending on whether you’re a solo traveler, family, or couple.

Not only do most safari-goers have weight restrictions on bush flights (a typical weight restriction is 15 kilograms or 33 pounds total per person, including camera equipment and carry-ons), but you also have the challenge of knowing which types of clothes to wear on safari are appropriate.

We’ve been leading tours for years in Tanzania, and have put together our tips for what to pack for an African safari.

  • Duffel or soft-sided bag,
  • TSA-approved clear toiletry case
  • ,2 pairs of pants in the breathable fabric in earth tones
  • 1 – 2 long sleeve shirts in chambray or earth tones
  • 3 layering tanks or T-shirts, Utility jacket, Light scarf, Sports bra, Wide brim hat with chin strap,
  • Closed-toe shoes like trail runners or fashion sneakers with good traction, Waterproof dry bag,
  • Moisturizer, Sunscreen, Insect repellent with Deet, conditioner, Lip balm,
  • Plug adapters/converters, USB flash drive, Memory cards for your camera, and First aid kitRead more about packing lists for an African safari

Travel insurance is very crucial when it comes to travel around the world, for any traveler. Getting travel insurance in Tanzania is made easy through third parties companies that are dealing with evacuation in case of any emergency during your tour.

We do not sell it but we will be happy to recommend reliable compressive travel insurance that covers things like emergency helicopter rescue, and medical evacuations expense it will be assisted protection tour to cover personal injury, repatriation expenses, and any kind of possible illness will be covered.

Having good travel insurance guarantees peace of mind while traveling, safety comes first. Read more about African travel insurance 

Frequently Asked Questions

We are determined to ensure that you experience the luxury of genuinely memorable travel. On every trip, we aim to create a ‘charmed space’ within which you can relax, absorb fresh insights, be stimulated and charmed by new encounters – and have fun!

Whether traveling alone or with friends, Blessing Safaris guests often mention how particularly agreeable they find their traveling companions. our groups are deliberately small, comprising 2 to 7 guests especially for safari.

Our team carefully researched and focused on trips which attract people with the same interest and naturally get on well with each other through their shared interests.

Once you confirm your booking on a tour you will be sent further practical information – packing tips, detailed itineraries, including advice on health, passport and visa requirements, and minimum and maximum numbers of guests on tours.

Memorable meals are one of the hallmarks of an excellent holiday. With the support of the best cooks, the quality of food and drink service is guaranteed. Depending on the service level or type of tour you have chosen, pre-discussion with your tour planner is a win-win situation for an enjoyable diet. Other tours are accompanied by our cook and others are inclusive service from our accommodation partners include hotels, private camps, and luxury lodges

Help us to help you by organizing even better tours, and save money. If you contact us in advance you will save a big deal in terms of price as you have the best time for negotiation and customization of the tour with a safari planner and save more.

Why not? , We offer private tours whether you’re alone or with family and friends celebrating a special anniversary or planning a reunion of family and friends you can discuss with us. We can create a special itinerary away from traffic, travel in style with the itinerary specifically shaped to your requirements.

The answer is absolutely yes! The areas where safaris are organized are safe and free of political chaos. We conduct safaris in places that are politically stable to assure our clients’ safety and enjoyment.

Our Professional Safari Guides are well trained about wild animal behaviors and they have enough experience to lead our clients in the wilderness. Our vehicles are 4×4 Toyota Land Cruiser and Land Rovers with a hutched roof to give maximum visibility of a game.

African safaris guarantee unlimited sightseeing; millions of animals, birds, and plant life are the core characters of the African savanna. You roam across the countryside in search of Elephants, Lions, Rhinos, Cape buffalo, and Leopards (the so-called “Big Five”). On any given day, you will encounter Blue Wildebeests, Zebras, a large variety of antelope species, Gazelles, Giraffes, Baboons, and Hippos. The birdlife is fantastic – in some areas, up to 400 bird species have been identified! Think of the majestic Baobab tree (some tribes believe that the tree was indeed planted upside-down!), and there are hundreds of varieties of thorn trees! You will also see the acacia-dotted landscape, endless plains, majestic mountains, and the most beautiful sunsets and sunrises one could ever imagine! Think of a late afternoon thunderstorm, short but violent, and then the beautiful rainbow.

This aspect is much overstated. You will rarely see a snake, but if you do, it will most likely be from the safety of your safari vehicle. Tents and lodges all have bug screens fitted to windows and doors. In most areas where bugs or mosquitoes are prevalent, rooms and tents are also equipped with mosquito nets, adding to the idealistic ambiance. Bear in mind that malaria is a threat in most wildlife areas, and it is necessary to consult your doctor for advice before embarking on your safari.

Tanzania destinations are accessible throughout the year but we advise you to take your tours during the dry session for the safari so as you can enjoy the best sightings at this time as the grasses and bush are at their least dense. July to October and December through February. The green session includes March through June. Discuss with us for the best option if you have also a plan to coincides with Wildebeest Migration in Serengeti National Park

Note – the migration is a natural event and the timing varies month by month; year by year. A good thing is it won’t happen in one day it takes time to complete. And we update most of our clients once the migration starts, so if your great desire is to witness the migration communicate with us in advance so as we can try our best to assure your encounter. Please note that the vast majority of travelers do not witness the wildebeest crossing of the Mara as the timing and duration varies widely each year. The best probable months are July, August, September

Around the turn of the century (until the ’30s and ’40s), mobile tenting was the only option, and “camp as you go” was the standard practice. Over the years the luxury connected with the traditional mobile tenting safari has increased. By the same token, one can understand that the cost of having a “luxury hotel” following one around in Africa is expensive. However, most people settle for permanent tented camps. Because they are “permanent” they can be equipped with flush toilets and traditional bathroom fixtures and conveniences. Don’t be misled by terminology – a permanent tented camp offers the comfort of a 5-star hotel but with the romance and adventure of being surrounded by the sights and sounds of Africa.

(We suggest you remember) insect repellent (the best way to prevent malaria and other insect-borne diseases), sunscreen, cap or hat, sunglasses, binoculars, detergent powder if you want to wash some clothes yourself, hand-wipes small flashlight, aspirin, diarrhea medicine, rain jacket, poncho or collapsible umbrella, plastic bags (for wet clothes, swimsuit and for keeping dust away from camera equipment), Kleenex/toilet tissue a neck chain for eyeglasses if you take them off to use binoculars and cameras, any medical prescription you need, masking tape or labels for marking exposed films cans, film, extra camera batteries.

Although more than 200 languages and dialects are spoken throughout Africa, this presents no problem as English is spoken throughout East and Southern Africa. Apart from English, all our professional guides are multilingual so we get you covered