HOW TO TRAVEL TO THE SERENGETI

Meliá Serengeti Lodge

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Trav­el­ling to the Serengeti must be ex­pe­ri­ence as an Out of Africa flight if you do it with the right air­line. Coastal Avi­a­tion (coastal.co.tz) has the com­pre­hen­sive fly­ing net­work, land­ing in the quaint air­port of Seronera on daily sched­uled and pri­vate char­ter ser­vices. Flights de­part from a va­ri­ety of air­ports in Tan­za­nia (in­clud­ing the is­land of Zanz­ibar, if you were think­ing about stay­ing at the Meliá Zanz­ibar for a few days), Nairobi (Kenya) and Ki­gali (Rwanda), al­ways pass­ing through ei­ther the Kil­i­man­jaro or Arusha air­port. Coastal op­er­ates small air­crafts (up to 12 pas­sen­gers) that fly at an al­ti­tude of 3,500 to 12,500 ft., mean­ing your scenic sa­fari ex­pe­ri­ence be­gins on the flight it­self. To get to the African cap­i­tals or even to Kil­i­man­jaro, we strongly rec­om­mend Turk­ish Air­lines (turk­ishair­lines.com), the air­line with the most des­ti­na­tions in the world

and the eas­i­est way to fly to East Africa.

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