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10 Days Serengeti Wildebeest Migration Safari

10 Days The Great Serengeti Wildebeest Migration Safari

Join us for an unforgettable 10-day Serengeti Wildebeest Migration Safari, where you'll witness one of the most spectacular natural phenomena on the planet. Immerse yourself in the breathtaking beauty of the African savannah and marvel at the awe-inspiring sight of over a million wildebeest, zebras, and gazelles on their annual migration. Our experienced guides will take you on daily game drives to witness the incredible wildlife up close, while also giving you the opportunity to learn about the culture and traditions of the local Maasai people. Book your adventure today and experience the trip of a lifetime.

Explore all the glorious parks in northern Tanzania on this 10 day Tanzania Safari. From the smaller, but lovely parks of Tarangire and Lake Manyara to the endless plains of the famous Serengeti and striking Ngorongoro Crater. Witness the world’s greatest wildlife spectacle, the Wildebeest Migration, in the Serengeti and enjoy the amazing views over the game-rich Ngorongoro Crater floor.

Where to see the Great Migration

The backdrop of this dramatic spectacle is the Greater Serengeti-Mara Ecosystem – an area that covers both Kenya and Tanzania.

The northernmost reaches of the great migration’s circuitous route cross the Masai Mara in Kenya before heading southwards through the Serengeti in Tanzania, as far south as to border on the Ngorongoro Conservation Area.

Northern Serengeti & Masai Mara

Mid-June to November 

Northern Serengeti, Tanzania

From mid-June to November, the great herds of wildebeest gather on the banks of the Mara River in the Northern Serengeti, ready to brave the crocodile-infested waters and hungry predators on the other side. Dramatic, exciting and chaotic game viewing awaits as the wildebeest thunder across in their millions and the northern Serengeti is transformed into a pulsing hub of activity.

Eastern & Southern Serengeti

December to March

Eastern Serengeti, Tanzania
Just like the south, the rains bring new life to the Eastern (Namiri) Plains of the Serengeti, and the dry savannah is transformed into a carpet of fresh, green grass, drawing the great herds of wildebeest. The plains become the center stage for explosive action as big cats feast on the hundreds of thousands of wildebeest that stretch as far as the eye can see.

Southern Serengeti and Ndutu, Tanzania
The vast grassland plains of the Southern Serengeti are the favored birthing grounds of the migrating wildebeest. With the new addition of vulnerable calves, predators such as lion, leopards, and cheetahs are not far behind to profit from the numerous newborns.

The herds and calves move as far south as the Ngorongoro Conservation Area (but not within the Crater itself) to graze on the lush new grass of the plains.

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