After the excitement of finding the migration herds, comes the rare chance to leave the crowds and clusters of vehicles behind, and visit some of the best (and most secluded) wildlife destinations in East Africa.
- The western Serengeti offers year-round prolific game viewing – large resident lion prides, big herds of buffalo, daily elephant sightings, topi, eland and other game, plus the singular opportunity to see black and white colobus monkeys.
- To the north-east, the 10 000 hectares (24 700 acres) private concession area of &Beyond Klein’s Camp brings to the viewing table an exclusive feast of wildlife viewings that is dominated by the big-cat predators. Here you will have the opportunity to do exclusive signature activities such as walks and night drives.
- Lake Manyara, a jewel of the Great Rift Valley, is a tranquil space where you can enjoy the soft light of the lake reflecting off the dramatic scenery of the valley all the while looking for lions in the trees, a treasure-trove of birds, and the pink extravaganza of seasonal flamingoes.
- The Ngorongoro Crater, a UNESCO World Heritage Site and bucket-list destination, is always a must-see wildlife highlight.