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Extensions Activities

Balloon safari in Serengeti

Serengeti balloon safari is a fantastic activity once in a lifetime experience, particularly suitable for a bird’s eye view, game viewing experience on your Serengeti wildlife tour in northern Tanzania. Hot air balloon rides leave from three sites in the Serengeti national park. In Central Serengeti, wildlife gathers year round in the Seronera River Valley where there is permanent water.

Serengeti Migration passes through around May and June. The Western Serengeti includes the Grumeti River, scene of theatrical crossings during the Serengeti Migration in June and July, when hundreds of thousands of Serengeti wildebeest, brave the giant Nile crocodiles, and many perish while others choose alternative route to avoid the dangerous river.

In South Serengeti plains, the wildebeests from the Serengeti migration assemble from December onwards, to calve in February, producing more than 8000 newborn every day on a three week marathon, a sight from Serengeti balloon not to be missed on your personalized nature travel to Serengeti.

The plains of the Serengeti are particularly suited to balloon flights which are particularly convenient, letting you get aerially closer and distinctly accessible to the action than you could be by a game viewing safari vehicle

Common questions about serengeti balloon safari

Do I need to book Serengeti balloon safari in advance?

We strongly recommend that you book your Serengeti balloon Safari in advance with us to secure your place. We do have limited capacity and this exclusive adventure is frequently fully booked. Book in advance your balloon safari to Serengeti to get best experience

How much does Serengeti balloon safari cost?

The price is US$499 pp + US$47.20 Tanzania National Parks Balloon Fee. The Total price for you to have Serengeti balloon safari is US$546.20 $ per person this is also the rate that you will pay if you book ‘stand by’ on a space available basis in Serengeti.

When is the best time of year for ballooning in Serengeti?

We are fortunate that the weather in the Serengeti is suitable for ballooning almost every day of the year. Book for your Serengeti balloon safari today with us

What should I wear? What should I bring? On Serengeti balloon safari

It can be cool in the early morning, but often warm later, therefore a jacket or sweater that can be removed later is a good idea for the balloon safari in Serengeti. A hat is recommended, particularly for the ‘follically challenged as radiant heat from the burners can be uncomfortable. We suggest long trousers, long sleeves, preferably in natural fibres and stout shoes. Don’t forget your camera and binoculars. Book for Serengeti balloon safari to have best experience in your life time.

Floating Balloon Safari Serengeti with Great View of amazing wildlife safari

Zanzibar Safari

Have a wildlife safari holidays with Kilimanjaro Brothers followed by extension activity.have a relaxation time at the beach. Our most common type is a visit to some of the National Parks in Tanzania, and finish with holiday at the coast of the beautiful island of Zanzibar.

Going on a Safari and Zanzibar holiday is like having two holidays in one, and they both complement each other extremely well. Going on safari is exciting and can also be a little exhausting as an extension activity, so having some time to relax in total bliss after this does wonders