Come and join Africa On Sale in participating in one of the world’s most scenic runs. You can feel safe that you’re trip is fully arranged from the moment you arrive and that everything will be taken care of until the moment you depart. Afterwards enjoy the thrill of being on a wildlife safari. At this time of year the Wildebeest Migration should be in the Serengeti. This is a spectacle not to be missed.
28 FEBRUARY 2020
With the backdrop of Mount Kilimanjaro, this race, Run Kilimanjaro, is considered to be one of the most scenic races in the world. The race is registered with AIMS, IAAF regulated, and has the official backing of the Tanzania Athletics Association.
There is a full 42.2km marathon and a 21km half marathon that you can register for. As you can imagine the calibre of the competitive runners is high, but for the social runner this race has plenty to offer with friendly locals, fantastic scenery, and a great after-party!
Run wild in Tanzania with Africa On Sale!
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Airport transfers in Tanzania
Race entry (full or half marathon)
3 nts basic twin share accommodation on a half board basis in Moshi (2 pre nights and 1 post night)
Private hospitality tent on Race day (drinks,food and masseur at finish of race)
Private 4WD safari transport
Professional safari driver/guide
All meals (except for lunches in Moshi)
6 night safari (2 nights lodge and 4 nights semi permanent camps)
Drinks at Safari camps
Park entry fees (over USD800 worth)
Daily game drives
Oneway flight from Serengeti to either Arusha or Kilimanjaro
(*This trip requires a minimum 2 people to operate
Serengeti Wilderness Camp
Like the lyrics of Toto's song Africa "As sure as Kilimanjaro rises like Olympus above the Serengeti" you too will venture from Kilimanjaro into the plains of the Serengeti.
In the Serengeti you'll stay at Serengeti Wilderness Camp where you literally hear "wild dogs cry out in the night" along with lions and other animals.
You'll experience the "real" Africa and know that you have been previledged to experience such a wonderful thing. To top it off you'll experience wonderful hospitality from the amazing staff that make your stay delightful.
High on most traveller's list when visiting Eat Africa is to witness the great Wilderbeest Migration. But when is the right time to see it?
As you'll see from the map, the migration occurs in a clockwise circular direction that traverse between Kenya's Masai Mara and Tanzania's Serengeti. The majority of the year the migration can be seen in the Serengeti, however, the famous river crossing mainly occurs in the Masai Mara.
Traditionally between January and February the wilderbeest are in the southern Serengeti and are ready to calve. This is quite a spectacle as within a couple of weeks hundreds of thousands of new wildebeest are born. With such activity preditor action is high.
For the above reasons it makes it the perfect time to tick to fantastic bucket list items 1) Run a marathon & 2) go on safari!