The Travellers of Serengeti
Go on a Safari that follows the Great Migration and adapts itself to let you experience the vital energy of Tanzania.
What others say about us
"In his latest business venture, the chef, travel writer and photographer tailors experiences that will be more fulfilling than mass tourism, using a crew of 'dream makers' expert in their field."
- South China Morning Post
"Despite traveling with young kids, we could see the best places and temples; far from the crowd and literally on our own! What a treat! Our children felt at home running around the temples and climbing on the old, huge trees!"
-Sofia & her family on their journey to Cambodia
"My journey with Blue Flower across the width of Kyrgystan provided exactly what I wanted, a well planned but flexible itinerary, a connection with the country and its people and a healthy dose of spontaneous adventure."
- Graeme on his journey in Kyrgyzstan
"Andrea Oschetti has swapped life in the corporate sphere to cater for a growing band of sophisticated world traverls."
- Asia Times
"Andrea did a wonderful job designing an itinerary to suit three generations of diverse interests, and was flexible and responsive to last minute changes and requests. He showed us many hidden treasures of this beautiful region that would have missed we're it not for him."
- Heather on her journey in Italy
"We got to witness three large packs in different camps and on one occasion an impala kill challenged by a pack of hyenas. Elephants were in abundance, large herds of buffalo, giraffe and the list goes on.... "
- Rhonda and Richard on their journey in Botswana
A possible, beautiful itinerary for you
Into the Remote
You arrive at Kilimanjaro International Airport. There are some transfers and an airstrip flight. You are going to a remote corner of Tarangire National Park, so it is understandable. By the time you arrive at Oliver’s Camps, you immediately shake off the hours on transit. A delicious meal awaits, and you are inducted into one of Africa’s traditions: the sundowner, with gin and tonic. Cheers!
When the sun rises you wake up and find yourself in a luxurious tent that nevertheless is perfect for the spirit of a safari. Not less because as you step outside of your tent, there are elephants walking by, and the baobabs cover the landscape as far as you can see. Your days begin to fill with game drives and time to relax, or get closer to your loved ones.Read more
A Paradise from the Commotion
Millions of years ago, a huge volcano collapsed under its own weight and left a huge caldera to the southeast of Serengeti. This magical landscape plays host to a very high density of wildlife. In another time of the year, you would see a plethora of migrating herbivores. It does not matter… as it is, you have seen more animals than you thought possible.
The Heart of Nature
It is time to move into Serengeti. This is what you have come for: The Great Migration. Millions of animals are on the move, chasing greener pastures. In their wake, come a host of predators. The yearly travellers must wade dangerous rivers, where deadly jaws await in hiding. The prides gather their strength and use their cunning to hunt. It is awe inspiring. You had imagined you would be following a large herd of wildebeest. You had no idea of the magnitude. You fly from camp to camp, and you find yourself still in the midst of this incredible march of life.
A Moment of Pause
After all the excitement, there is nothing better than relaxing next to the sea, on your private veranda. In the island of Zanzibar, you spend a couple of days relaxing by the pool, kayaking on the blue waters, and diving with turtles. Everything moves, everything travels… you have just witnessed one of the greater movements of nature. However, there is nothing wrong with stopping for a moment, and enjoy.