Getting to four season Serengeti

Getting to four season in Serengeti National Park

How to get to four season Serengeti?

  We get a lot of emails/calls for people asking about how to get to Serengeti, and specifically in Lodges like: Four Seasons Safari Lodge Serengeti, Meliá Serengeti Lodge,  Serengeti Serena Safari Lodge, Mbalageti Serengeti, Kenzan Tented Camp Ikoma, Mbali Mbali Soroi Serengeti Lodge, andBeyond Serengeti Under Canvas, Kisura Serengeti Camp, Serengeti Simba Lodge, Singita Serengeti House, Serengeti Bushtops Luxury Camp , Serengeti Tanzania Bush Camp, Ole Serai Luxury Camps, Moru Kopjes, Ole Serai Luxury Camps, Turner Springs , Serengeti Mawe Tented Camp, Melia Serengeti Lodge Member of Melia Collection, One Nature Nyaruswiga Serengeti, Serengeti Simba Lodge, Osero Serengeti Tented Camp, Soroi Serengeti Lodge, Cherero Camp Thorn Tree, Kirawira Serena Camp, Kenzan Tented Camp, Osero Serengeti Tented Camp, Kon Tiki Serengeti Camp, Seronera Wildlife Lodge, Serengeti Savannah Camps, Lobo Wildlife Lodge, Africa Safari Serengeti  Ikoma.

Important Point to note:


This means that, if you book a flight to Serengeti, and you need a transfer from any of the above airstrip, the Safari Vehicle has to drive from Arusha or Karatu to Serengeti ( It may drive for: 450km from Arusha), to pick you up, and transfer you for a distance of about: 50km or more depending with the location of the lodge/tented camp.

  •  You may need a Safari Vehicle for game drive in Serengeti: As you visit Serengeti, you need a safari vehicle to drive around Serengeti, in this case, my best advice would be, why don’t land in Kilimanjaro airport, or Arusha, and drive in to Serengeti with your private Vehicle that will do both transfer and game drive? 
This means, there won’t be flight cost to Serengeti, and at the same time you enjoy the drive from Arusha to Serengeti which is so very beautiful experience, you will have this Vehicle for all the days you will be in Serengeti, for less cost.

Transport Hubs and Directions:

PLANNING YOUR INTERNATIONAL FLIGHT CONNECTIONSTanzania is serviced by a number of international airlines, with Kilimanjaro International Airport being the closest airport for connection to the Serengeti, yet Dar Es Salaam and Zanzibar also providing alternative options. From each international airport, you will need to take a domestic flight into the Serengeti National Park. Depending on the time of your international flight arrival, it may be necessary to overnight in Arusha, Dar Es Salaam or Zanzibar, prior to flying to the Serengeti the next day.

ARRIVAL FROM KILIMANJARO INTERNATIONAL (JRO)Kilimanjaro International is serviced by a number of international airlines, including Qatar Airways, Kenya Airways, KLM, Turkish Airlines, Ethiopian Airlines and Edelweiss Air. Should your flight arrival time not allow for a same-day connecting flight to Seronera Airstrip, contact our Reservations Team for airport transfer and overnight accommodation assistance.

ARRIVAL FROM NAIROBI AIRPORT (JOMO KENYATTA INTERNATIONAL) Jomo Kenyatta International airport, in Nairobi, Kenya (NBO), offers a number of international flight connections. From there, you may transit to Tanzania via numerous connections throughout the day to Kilimanjaro International airport (JRO). International airlines include Emirates, British Airways, Lufthansa, South African Airlines and Swiss.

ARRIVAL FROM JULIUS NYERERE INTERNATIONAL IN DAR ES SALAAM (DAR)Julius Nyerere International is serviced by a number of international airlines, including Emirates, British Airways, Qatar Airways, Turkish Airlines, South African Airlines and KLM. For international flight arrivals before 7:30 am, you may board a connecting flight to Seronera Airstrip from the airport’s domestic terminal (five-minute taxi ride from the international terminal), with a flight time of approximately two hours.

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