Tanzania Safaris | Luxury Romantic Getaways

10 days | Safari Mikumi + Udzungwa + Ruaha + Selous Platinum


detailed itinerary

Enjoy Tanzania in the most Luxurious way! These Lodges have the highest rates on their rooms, food, and are located in one of the most beautiful places in Tanzania.

DAY ONE (01)

Arrival Dar Es Salaam – Hotel

Upon arrival at Dar Es Salaam airport, you will meet your Wenzi Africa Travel guide. This will take you to your hotel and the rest of the day is at leisure, you can relax and enjoy the African atmosphere. Your personal and experienced Wenzi Africa Travel guide not only knows a lot about the Tanzanian culture, but can also tell you a lot about the beautiful national parks and sights of the country. So don’t be afraid to ask your Wenzi Africa Travel guide questions – he will be happy to answer them all.

This trip is an exclusive private safari so you can enjoy your trip to the fullest! You can decide for yourself when to leave in the morning and when to return in the evening. You can also observe a specific animal or herd for as long as you like during the safari. You don’t have to be considerate of anyone. Your personal guide will advise you during the safari so that your trip will be an unforgettable experience.

Tomorrow morning your safari will begin!

You will stay in hotel:
Dar Es Salaam Serena Hotel

Accommodation: Five Star – Serena Hotel


DAY TWO (02)

Drive from Dar es Salaam to Mikumi National Park

After breakfast your driver will pick you up at your hotel and you will drive to Mikumi national park. This is a 4 hours drive and upon arrival you will do your first game drive in the park.

Mikumi’s open horizons and abundant wildlife draws frequent comparisons to the more famous Serengeti Plains. The park has a great variety of animals and most visitors come to Mikumi National Park aiming to spot the ‘Big Five’ – cheetah, lion, elephant, buffalo and rhino. The chance that you will encounter lions climbing trees is higher here than in other parks!

You will stay in hotel:
Stanley’s Kopje Camp



Mikumi National Park

Today you have the entire day to explore more of Mikumi national park on a full day game drive.

The Mkata Foodplain is a wide area in Mikumi National Park that is excellent for wildlife viewing. Lions survey their grassy kingdom – and the zebra, wildebeest, impala and buffalo herds that migrate across it – from the flattened tops of termite mounds, or sometimes during the rains, from perches high in the trees. Giraffes forage in the isolated acacia stands that fringe the Mkata River, islets of shade favoured also by Mikumi’s elephants.

Mkata Foodplain is perhaps the most reliable place in Tanzania for sightings of the powerful eland, the world’s largest antelope. The equally impressive greater kudu and sable antelope haunt the miombo-covered foothills of the mountains that rise from Mikumi national park’s borders.

Hippos live in mud pools and are one of the highlights. These are situated just 5 km north of the main entrance gate. They are supported by an ever-changing cast of water-birds.

You will stay in hotel:
Stanley’s Kopje Camp



Udzungwa Mountains national park + hike + visit of waterfall

After breakfast you will have a short 1.5 hours car drive to Udzungwa national park. It has various habitats such as tropical rainforest, mountain and miombo forest, grassland and steppe. There are more than 400 species of birds, thousands species of plants and six species of monkeys – including the rare Iringa red colobus monkey and the Sanje crested mangabey to be found!

Besides bird and monkey watching, Udzungwa is a magnet for hikers. Udzungwa national park has no paved roads and is therefore only accessible by foot. An excellent network of forest trails includes the popular half-day hike to the Sanje Waterfall, which tumbles 170 meters through a misty spray into the wooded valley below. It is one of the larger waterfalls in Tanzania and lays hidden from the rest of the world in dense rain forest.

During your hike through Udzungwa mountains you will see a variety of wildlife. The mountains are home to many animals, including Abbott’s duiker, Kipunji and unusual animals such as the grey-faced Sengi. And elephants are living in the forests along the southern escarpment.

You will stay in hotel:
Hondo Hondo Udzungwa Forest Tented Camp


DAY FIVE - six (05-06)

Ruaha National Park

On day 5 you will have a longer drive to drive to Ruaha national park. It is Tanzania’s second largest park and since it has a huge population of African elephants, chances are very good to spot large groups of them roaming around. It is probably home to more elephants than any other parks in East Africa!

Ruaha is also home to great mammals such as kudu, sable and roan antelopes which cannot be found in any other national park. Other animals to spot here include leopards, cheetahs, giraffes. Many zebras, elands, impala, bat eared foxes and jackals live in the park too.

Nearly 10% of Africa’s lion population lives here and with a bit of luck, you may also see the endangered wild dogs in Ruaha national park!

Have your camera ready for some good pictures…

You will stay in hotel:
Asanja Ruaha


DAY Seven (07)

Flight to Selous + boat safari

Today you fly from Ruaha national park to Selous game reserve and you will do an afternoon boat safari to explore a lot of the Rufiji river and its lakes. You will love it!

From the boat you can spot a lot of animals that come to the water to drink or to cool down. Very commonly seen are giraffes, impalas, waterbucks, kudus, warthogs and sometimes bathing elephants. You will enjoy a picknick lunch at the edge of one of the lakes. The view and nature is absolutely amazing and you can enjoy the sounds of the many habitant birds. The boat tour is highly recommended and it is the easiest way to get as close to the animals as possible.

You will stay in hotel:
Serena Mivumo River Lodge



Full day game drive Selous Game Reserve

Selous game reserve is one of the largest in the world – it is even bigger than Denmark! It has a large number of wildlife such as lions, leopards, hippos, crocodiles, Masai giraffes and many more! With a bit of luck you can even spot the endangered black rhino or the hard-to-find East African wild dogs.

It is a lot quieter here than in the other parks, so you can enjoy a unique and undisturbed safari experience! The Rufiji, that ends in the Indian Ocean, crosses the entire reserve. Around this river is a swampy area that crocodiles love. The Stiegler Gorge is a special attraction and impressive to see too. It is a 100 meters deep and 100 meters wide gorge.

Selous is also one of the few national parks where you can go on a walking safari with an armed ranger. If you prefer this, we can arrange it for you. But even in the car you can enjoy the landscape to the fullest and spot many animals!

You will stay in hotel:
Serena Mivumo River Lodge


DAY NINE - TEN (09-10)

Selous Game Reserve – airport

In the morning you can make another game drive or walking safari in the game reserve, depending on your accommodation and flight. Then your driver transfers you to the airstrip for your departure flight and on day 10 you will arrive back home.

You like to extend your safari to visit more national parks or with a beach holiday? Tanzania offers perfect paradises to unwind after your safari, such as Zanzibar, Pemba and Mafia.



  • Lodge Accommodation 6N 
  • Meals – 6 Breakfasts, 6 lunches, 5 dinners
  • Game drives
  • Traditional Food Tasting 
  • Maasai Boma Village 
  • Olduvai Gorge Museum 
  • Vehicle fees 
  • Park & Concession fees 
  • Guide fees 
  • AMREF Airlift 
  • Coffee & Tea 
  • All Local Drinks (Beer, Liquor, Spirits, etc)
  • Water daily 
  • Return Airport or hotel transfer 
  • Local beverages 


  • Guide Tips 
  • Additional activities not listed in inclusions 
  • Personal items required,
  • Any airport taxes and surcharges
  • All international, regional or inter-camp flights

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