Serengeti Migration Safari

If you want to witness the greatest wildlife show on earth, the Serengeti is the place to be. Millions of wildebeest, zebra, and gazelles risking their life in search for lush green grass and fresh water, as they make their way across the plains of the Serengeti and Masai Mara. It’s the largest herd movement of animals on the planet. The great lines of wildebeest, the thunder of echoing hooves, the haze of red dust and the epic battle of life and death. The Great Migration is truly an unsurpassed wildlife event. This is the ultimate Africa safari experience.

 

Northern Tanzania

During this safari you visit the most famous parks in the northern part of Tanzania, full of amazing nature and wildlife. This includes the beautiful Ngorongoro Crater which shelters close to 25.000 animals including the Big Five and the rare black rhino, and the charming Tarangire, home to one of the world’s largest elephant population. But the primarily focus during this safari is on the Serengeti, home to the Great Wildebeest Migration and an abundance of wildlife unmatched anywhere else in Africa.

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The Serengeti

The Great Wildebeest Migration is one of the major attractions of the Serengeti, when millions of wildebeest, zebra and gazelle thunder across the savannah in search of fresh grass and water. They move in an annual pattern which is fairly predictable. The majority of the wildebeest migration can normally be found on the southern Serengeti plains and Ndutu area from December to April. This is the time that the wildebeest calves are born and predators are at their highest number. The world famous river crossings – when herds try to outsmart the crocodiles and fast flowing water- take place between June to August in the northern part of the Serengeti. It is an impressive and dramatic display of the food chain at work. During your Serengeti Migration Safari we take you to the right place at the right time.

Safari activities

You can mix the game drives with exciting activities that get you out of the safari vehicle. Here are some examples of activities:

Hot air balloon flight:
Enhance you safari experience by floating in a hot air balloon over the Serengeti plains at sunrise. Spot wildlife below when you fly over the African savannah. A magical experience with wonderful panoramic views.

Walking:
One of the best places to do a walking safari is the Serengeti. Feel the excitement and thrill of exploring this park on foot. In contrast to a game drive in a safari vehicle, you use all your senses to take in the impressions. Learn how to observe wind direction, animal behaviour and to read tracks. Feel connected with nature and savour the excitement of encounters with wildlife first hand.

Accommodation

The accommodation we selected are in the most stunning locations, giving you the chance to enjoy beautiful scenery and incredible sights. They are set in rich wildlife areas, close to the migration, with views over the savannah. One of the main criteria that we use when choosing accommodation is comfort. After a day of adventure, it’s so nice to come back to an amazing place to relax, enjoy a delicious meal and be able to take a dip in the pool. The accommodation during your safari is a mix of stylish luxury lodges and – tented camps. The tented camps allow you to get closer to nature without sacrificing luxury or comfort, like private bathrooms, comfortable beds and spacious decks. It’s a modern take on a classic safari experience.

Note. All our safaris are tailor made, so we can create a safari that suits all your wishes!
If you like you can incorporate a few days on the tropical beaches of Zanzibar Island. Just let us know what interests you.

Contact us for advice or a customized quote.

Away from the hectic bustle. This is delicious. We are well guided so well by Lomo. It was fantastic!

John & Brandon

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+255 739 909 000
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