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Grumeti

"There be Dragons" is a spine-tingling film about the mammoth crocodiles of the Grumeti River which are some of the largest in the world! As the migration moves northward during the months of May to July‚ thousands of wildebeest‚ zebra and antelope are forced to cross the river in a battle for survival‚ offering those lucky enough to witness the encounter‚ one of the most spectacular safari experiences in the world. 

Grumeti is in the western arm of the Serengeti which stretches almost to Lake Victoria. The river‚ which rises in the north-eastern Serengeti‚ finally spills its waters into the Lake. The river is broadest in this part of the Serengeti and thus the riverine forest lining it is most dense here. Beyond the riverine forest is acacia woodland and grassy plain. 

Not only are crocodiles the biggest here‚ but also are the hippos. Cheetah are also more prolific here than anywhere else in Africa.

Seasons:

High Season (15th June‚ 2021 -15th September‚ 2021)

Low & Mid-Season (1st January – 14th June‚ 2021 and 16th September – 31st December‚ 2021)

SCHEDULE

FARES IN USD

NOTES

From

To

Depart

Arrive

Fares

Taxes

 

Arusha

Grumeti

08:00

09:30

253

18

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Grumeti

Arusha

09:50

12:15

303

11

 

Dar

09:50

13:10

550

11

High Season

Dar

09:50

15:20

550

11

Low and Mid-Season

Kilimanjaro

09:50

13:10

358

11

 

Kogatende

09:50

10:10

259

11

 

Lobo

09:50

10:35

259

11

 

Manyara

16:45

17:55

231

11

 

Ndutu

09:50

11:20

259

11

 

Sasakwa

09:50

10:00

259

11

 

Tarime

9:15

10:15

275

11

 

Seronera

09:50

10:30

259

11

 

Zanzibar

09:50

12:30

550

11

High Season

Zanzibar

09:50

14:35

550

11

Low and Mid-Season

means it’s a seasonal route June – October and December – March

Timings above are estimates and will vary depending on aircraft routing.

Fares are valid from 1st January 2020 – 31st December‚ 2021