AROYÓ Ultimate Wild Expedition

Updated: Oct 15

Our never seen East African adventure that combines all things nature, luxury, expedition and diversity in a journey of wild discovery in Rwanda, Kenya and Tanzania.

What to expect

East Africa exceeds expectations with its pristine landscapes and prime wildlife encounters. The first leg of this trip takes place in Rwanda, where travellers can track mountain gorillas. The Maasai Mara and endless Serengeti plains are next, including possible sightings of the Big 5 and the Great Wildebeest Migration. Finally, to the most majestic wild lands of Ngorongoro which boasts the overwhelmingly huge crater with densest population of wildlife and last but not least––to the home of the largest land mammalia, Tarangire National Park - it's the ultimate end to an exceptional wild adventure.




This tour is great for
  • Big 5 Safari

  • The Great Migration in Africa

  • Gorilla & Chimp Trekking

  • African Photo Safaris

  • Luxury Safari

  • Honeymoon Safari

  • African Safari Honeymoon

  • Wild Africa Safari

  • Safari Holidays




Ideal duration: 14 Days
From $13,600 per Person



DAY 1 –– YOUR ADVENTURE BEGINS

1 Night in Kigali

The gateway to Rwanda's treasures:

Like a phoenix rising from the ashes, Kigali has overcome its dark past to become one of the most striking and secure cities in Africa and the pride of Rwanda.


Lush hillsides rise up to meandering avenues and streets bustling with people in this cosmopolitan metropolis.


Located in the geographical heart of Rwanda, Kigali is also a launchpad from which to explore the country’s many natural wonders. The vibrant shopping malls in the city centre with their boutiques and coffee shops display the modern nature of the city.


For a really Rwandan experience, a visit to its lively markets will provide authenticity in spades, as visitors are met with friendly smiles and genuine warmth of this gem of a city.

Our Favourite Hotel in Kigali
  • RADISSON BLU

The spacious hotel is located a mere 5 kilometres from the busy city centre and the Kigali International Airport (KGL). Business delegates are within a few kilometres of government and corporate offices, and leisure travellers will delight in nearby local landmarks and attractions. You can get a taste of the local culture and buy handmade souvenirs from the local open-air markets or take a gorilla safari in Volcanoes National Park.


Located on the ground floor, the Amani Spa and Wellness offers 3 treatment rooms, including a couple’s room, a rain mist shower, steam bath, sauna and a relaxation lounge and outdoor pool with a surrounding relaxation area and loungers.





DAY 2 & 3 –– CONTINUE YOUR JOURNEY TO

2 Nights in Volcanoes National Park

Live amongst the majestic mountain gorillas:


Home to the critically-endangered mountain gorilla and a mountain chain of ancient volanoes, Volcanoes National Park is one of the most anticipated parts of visiting Rwanda and one of the main reasons many travellers come to the country in the first place. It features magnificent views, lush forests and several luxurious lodges.

Our Favourite Lodge in Volcanoes
  • BISATE LODGE

Bisate Lodge enjoys a truly dramatic natural setting at the heart of an amphitheatre formed by eroded volcano cones. Six conically shaped thatched forest villas are tucked into the lush forest setting, spacious verandas opening out onto magnificent views of the surrounding peaks. The traditional shapes of the suites are a nod to Rwandan culture, while the sumptuous interiors maximise comfort and warmth while making the most of the scenic views.







DAY 4 –– CONTINUE YOUR JOURNEY BACK TO

1 Night in Kigali

The gateway to Rwanda's treasures:

Like a phoenix rising from the ashes, Kigali has overcome its dark past to become one of the most striking and secure cities in Africa and the pride of Rwanda.


Lush hillsides rise up to meandering avenues and streets bustling with people in this cosmopolitan metropolis.


Located in the geographical heart of Rwanda, Kigali is also a launchpad from which to explore the country’s many natural wonders. The vibrant shopping malls in the city centre with their boutiques and coffee shops display the modern nature of the city.


For a really Rwandan experience, a visit to its lively markets will provide authenticity in spades, as visitors are met with friendly smiles and genuine warmth of this gem of a city.

Our Favourite Hotel in Kigali
  • RADISSON BLU

The spacious hotel is located a mere 5 kilometres from the busy city centre and the Kigali International Airport (KGL). Business delegates are within a few kilometres of government and corporate offices, and leisure travellers will delight in nearby local landmarks and attractions. You can get a taste of the local culture and buy handmade souvenirs from the local open-air markets or take a gorilla safari in Volcanoes National Park.


Located on the ground floor, the Amani Spa and Wellness offers 3 treatment rooms, including a couple’s room, a rain mist shower, steam bath, sauna and a relaxation lounge and outdoor pool with a surrounding relaxation area and loungers.






DAY 5 –– CONTINUE YOUR JOURNEY TO

1 Night in Nairobi

Your gateway to Kenya's wonders


The gateway to Kenya is its capital city, Nairobi. As the transportation hub of the country, the city’s airports, roads, trains, and bus stations are responsible for ferrying guests to the aquamarine waters of the coastline, the expansive Rift Valley Lake region, and wide open savannahs of the Maasai Mara or the verdant landscapes in the central highlands.


The Kenyan capital is, however, well worth exploring in its own right. The continent’s largest and second-largest mountains, Kilimanjaro and Mount Kenya, are visible from the city on a clear day. Just west of the city, Karen Blixen’s legendary Ngong Hills rest against the landscape.

Our Favourite Lodge in Nairobi
  • GIRAFFE MANOR

Africa’s ultimate giraffe experience: Feeding an endangered Rothschild’s giraffe through your window does not happen just anywhere, but at Giraffe Manor on the outskirts of Nairobi, this is an everyday occurrence.

Set in a 1930s manor house with gardens and a resident herd of endangered giraffes, this luxe all-inclusive hotel is 6 km from the Karen Blixen Museum and 7 km from Bomas of Kenya, a tourist village with cultural shows. It’s 26 km from Jomo Kenyatta International Airport.







DAY 6 & 7 –– CONTINUE YOUR JOURNEY TO

2 Nights in Maasai Mara National Reserve

Go on safari in Kenya's most renowned nature reserve


The Maasai Mara National Reserve is undoubtedly Kenya’s most notable and revered reserve.

Its sheer size—extending to and eventually joining Tanzania’s Serengeti National Park—and stringent anti-poaching systems have made it famous for its remarkable populations of lion, cheetah, and leopard.

It is also celebrated for being one of the stomping grounds of the Great Wildebeest Migration.

Our Favourite Lodge in Masai Mara
  • SANCTUARY OLONANA

Sanctuary Olonana is an exceptional luxury lodge nestled in the heart of Kenya’s most famous game reserve and commands a dramatic view over the Mara River.

Contemporary architecture is juxtaposed with time-tested building practices such as Maasai mudding and stone walls, with soothing organic tones and a variety of textures adding warmth and character.






DAY 8 & 9 –– CONTINUE YOUR JOURNEY TO

2 Nights in Serengeti National Park

Witness the Great Migration on Safari in the Serengeti


Stretching itself across 1.5 million hectares of land, the Serengeti National Park is known for its impressive population of wildlife—most notably the Big 5. It is perhaps more renowned for being part of the stage on which the annual Great Migration plays out.


Each year, over two million wildebeest, a fair number of gazelles, and small following of zebra seek better grazing areas by migrating south in the Serengeti, then west and north into the Maasai Mara before eventually returning. 


It is unsurprising that the Serengeti’s bustling plains offer some of the most remarkable safari opportunities in the country, and visiting in the right season will promise astonishing wildlife views.

Our Favourite Camp in Serengeti
  • NAMIRI PLAINS CAMP

Completely refurbished and upgraded in 2019, Namiri Plains is in Tanzania’s eastern Serengeti. This remote camp is also a conservation initiative, protecting an area crucial to cheetah and other big cats.


Before Namiri Plains was built, these grasslands were closed for 20 years to allow the cheetah population to restore. The nearest other camps are over an hour’s drive away so you can experience the vast plains all to yourself. When not out in the bush spotting lion and other big cats or watching huge wildebeest herds, while away an afternoon around the pool or schedule a massage in our spa. Feed your mind in the library and information centre, or simply chill out and soak up the views from your own private deck. 







DAY 10 & 11 –– CONTINUE YOUR JOURNEY TO

2 Nights in Ngorongoro Conservation Area

Home to the Ngorongoro Conservation Area, the Ngorongoro highlands in northern Tanzania offer a multitude of fascinating pastimes to engage visitors.

A designated UNESCO World Heritage Site since 1979, the conservation area allows visitors to sample locally grown and brewed coffee, safari through a crater, and hike up another and walk in the footsteps of early man.


The Ngorongoro Crater is famed for being the only intact caldera in the world. A wildlife sanctuary flourishes in its basin where the floor has been fertilised by the volcanic soil, attracting an array of wildlife ranging from lions and leopards to elephants and hippos.

Our Favourite Lodge in Ngorongoro
  • THE HIGHLANDS DOMES

Set on the lush slopes of Olmoti Volcano, The Highlands has sweeping views right across to the Serengeti. The eight tents are canvas and perspex domes – a design inspired by traditional Maasai bomas.


At the heart of the camp is our library with its indoor fireplace that replaces the typical safari campfire. At night, gather around a crackling fire with a glass of wine or whiskey before sitting down to a delicious three-course dinner. Luxury in every imaginable way!






DAY 12 & 13 –– CONTINUE YOUR JOURNEY TO

2 Nights in Tarangire National Park

See predator & prey side-by-side in this beautiful nature spectacle.


Tarangire National Park is a hidden gem in Tanzania's Northern Safari Circuit.

With herds of elephant, lions and other game flocking to its river banks and swamps during the dry season, it offers an excellent East African Safari!

As many safari goers refers it as a second Serengeti, Tarangire surely lives up to the expectation of the name.

Our Favourite Camp in Tarangire
  • OLIVER'S CAMP

Oliver’s Camp, located in Tarangire National Park in the remote south of the Serengeti, is a place for those who want to experience an adventurous safari with ample comforts.


Join our knowledgeable guides for a walking safari, soar over the plains in a hot-air balloon or examine leopard tracks along a dusty road. At Oliver’s, you can get to know the landscape from all angles.  Our 10-tent camp is relaxed and comfy, imitating the original safari camps. The team at Oliver’s have worked together for years, creating a warm and welcoming atmosphere. Join us for delicious meals and interesting conversation in the main lodge and sundowners under the stars. 







YOU'VE REACHED THE END OF YOUR ADVENTURE, TRANSFER TO ARUSHA/AIRPORT


Your journey mapped out:

Ready to pack your bags for Africa? With just a few details from you, we'll put together your dream holiday!
  • 2 Nights in Kigali | Rwanda

  • 2 Nights in Volcano Mts. | Rwanda

  • 1 Night in Nairobi | Kenya

  • 2 Nights in Maasai Mara National Reserve | Kenya

  • 2 Nights in Serengeti National Park | Tanzania

  • 2 Nights in Ngorongoro Crater | Tanzania

  • 2 Nights in Tarangire National Park | Tanzania

  • 13 Nights in total | 14 Days in East Africa



Inclusions & Exclusions

What's included

  • All meals and drinks

  • All Activities as listed

  • Road & local Air transfers

  • Government Taxes and other fees

  • English-speaking guide + More

What's excluded

  • International Air transfers

  • Personal travel insurance,

  • Visas and tipping.

  • Items of a personal nature


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