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    a Classic Safari

Explore Tanzania in a vintage Land Rover

Tanzania offers a variety of different possible itineraries and routes to explore and adventure in the comfort of a classic Land Rover. These routes range from popular tourist attraction locations, to off the beaten track, more challenging destinations. Itineraries can take one from the shores of Lake Victoria, to the heart of Maasai Land. From the northern circuits to the southern highlands of Ruaha. Anything and everything is possible!

Siringit Collection has the expertise and experience to be able to advise and lead tours. These famous and recommended routes come from the experience of travelling across country on many occasions with a private Land Rover Series-1 Club. Go explore Tanzania, as if it where 60 years ago! Itineraries can be planned and organized to your preferences. Below is an example of a short simple itinerary. 

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Upon arrival at Kilimanjaro International Airport, a private driver will be waiting to welcome and transport you 30 minutes to Siringit Villa, located on Kilimanjaro Golf & Wildlife Estate. Enjoy a relaxing evening at the villa before the beginning of the Land Rover Experience in the morning. Siringit Villa is a luxury 6 bedroom villa which can be booked exclusively or individual rooms. The spacious and elegant property, overlooking the green, is meant to give friends or families that unique experience that can only be rivaled by the most secluded and high end tented camps. The six generous and exquisitely decorated rooms with state-of-the-art bathrooms are our guest’s sanctuary inside the retreat. And the rest of the villa is true to form. Whether it’d be in the gorgeous living room, the private dining room, the lush gardens, the relaxing terraces or the invigorating lap pool.

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After breakfast, the Land Rover Experience will begin! An approximate 2.5 hour journey will bring you to Sinya, West Kilimanjaro. Sinya sits right beside the Tanzania/Kenya boarder, and is located within a Wildlife Management Area (WMA) - an area of communal land set aside exclusively as habitat for wildlife by member villages.

Typical wildlife sightings include elephant, giraffe, zebra, gazelles, and many bird species. Spend the day exploring the WMA before evening sundowners as you marvel at the famous African sunset. Enjoy a bush dinner and camp under the stars in fly tents, at our hand-selected camping site.

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An approximate 5 hour journey through the stunning northern Tanzania terrain will take you to your next destination, Ol Doniyo Lengai. This area is famous for its stunning landscape and beautiful views of both Lake Natron and Ol Doniyo Lengai. Tonight you'll camp near Lake Natron.

Ol Doinyo Lengai translates to "Mountain of God" in the Maasai language, and is an active volcano located in the Gregory Rift. Part of the volcanic system of the East African Rift, it uniquely produces natrocarbonatite lava.

Lake Natron sits below the volcano, and is a breeding ground for hundreds of thousands of lesser flamingos, despite the highly alkaline state of the striking red waters. Trails lead from the lake to the Engero Sero waterfalls, which flow over craggy rocks into a natural pool.

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This morning, the journey to central Serengeti will begin. After another beautiful scenic 4-5 hour drive, you will arrive in Seronera. Tonights accommodation is our very own Siringit Serengeti Camp. The camp is located just 6km east of Seronera Airstrip and one hour’s drive from the Nabi Hill entrance to the Serengeti National Park.

Because of its natural beauty and the abundance of wildlife to be found in the area, the management of the Tanzania National Parks chose this site to host a group of visiting officials from Yellow Stone National Park in the United States. The site still appears on many official maps of the Serengeti National Park as “Yellow Stone.”

It is our privilege to call this idyllic spot ours from now on. The famous Hippo pool, the Serengeti Research Centre and the departure point for balloon Safaris are also conveniently close by.

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Waking up in the Serengeti is an item on millions of bucket-lists around the globe. Have your coffee or tea delivered to your tent before a delicious breakfast prepared by our Michelin Star trained chefs. Today's drive is sure to be an exciting wildlife spotting game drive from start to finish. The drive will take you from central Serengeti to southern Serengeti where you'll enter Ndutu, where our Siringit Migration Camp is located from November to March of the year.

Returning to the roots of safari, where sustainable intimate mobile camps move in symbiosis with the great migrations, the Siringit Migration Camp brings five-star luxury to the mobile safari experience. Eight beautifully designed Bedouin-style canvas tents open to the diverse landscapes of the Serengeti National Park.

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After breakfast at Siringit Migration Camp, the journey to the next and final stop on the adventure will begin - Lake Eyasi. The beautiful drive will take you through the Ngorongoro Conservation area, which is a protected area named after the Ngorongoro Crater, the world's largest unbroken and unfilled volcanic caldera. Soon you will arrive at Lake Eyasi where you will set up camp for the final night.

Lake Eyasi is home to the Hadza Tribe, a Tanzanian indigenous ethic group known for their survival tactics and hunting and gathering skills. Most Hadzabe people survive exclusively based on traditional means of foraging.

Settle in for your final night under the stars. Tomorrow, you'll begin the journey back to Arusha.

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The journey back to Arusha will begin today. After an approximate 5-6 hour drive, you'll arrive back to Siringit Villa for some much needed rest and relaxation. Enjoy the poolside, play a round of golf, or take this opportunity to explore the estate, which is home to many wildlife species.

Tomorrow, your private driver will bring you back to Kilimanjaro International Airport to catch your flight home.

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The Bedouin-style tents are positioned on a raised platforms to give you a 360-degree view of the plains...