Serengeti National Park

​This park is often overlooked by visitors, worried they will not see that much wildlife. However Arusha National Park has such a lot to offer and dazzles with a perfect mix of flora and fauna and diversified landscapes. Passing the “small Serengeti” during a game drive,

Wildebeest Migration

Largest mammal migration in the world and one of the Seven New Wonders of the World. It is a true spectacle of nature and impressive to see millions of wildebeest, zebras and gazelle thunder across the endless plains of the Serengeti. 

Safari Big Wildebeest Migration

On this 6 day safari you will visit the Tarangire National Park, the Ngorongoro Crater and the Serengeti National Park. Watching thousands of wildebeests and zebras crossing the grassland savannah is an experience to behold and surely one of Africa’s natural wonders.

Serengeti National Park Balloon

​If you are visiting the Serengeti you may witness the masses of wildebeest on the riverbanks as they prepare to plunge across on their Great Migration. Floating high above Serengeti you might look down on the huge herds of elephant and large groups of buffalo.

Items included:

  • Wildlife safari according to the itinerary.
  • Private 4×4 jeep with open roof.
  • Professional, English-speaking guide
  • Overnight accommodation according to the itinerary.
  • Full board during the whole safari.
  • Drinking water, sodas and snacks in the safari jeep.
  • All mentioned activities
  • All national park fees.
  • All transfers.

Items excluded:

    • Flights.
    • Optional activities.
    • Tourist visa for Tanzania (50$ per person).
    • Tips.
    • Personal spending money for souvenirs etc.
    • Travel insurance.

When and where is the Great Wildebeest Migration?

From December till April the wildebeest migration is in the southern part of the Serengeti, in the Ndutu area. In February half a millions are born on these southern plains. You can also see a lot of predators at this time, who are all waiting for the change to get an easy prey. Around April the herds head for the central and western part of the Serengeti, in search of fresh long grass. The rains start and the mating season begins.

In May/June the wildebeest migration head further north and get ready for the dangerous Grumeti River crossing. The survivors continue their journey and have to face another challenge: the Grumeti River full of giant crocodiles.

From July till September you will find the herds around the Mara River. The sights are impressive as well as dramatic around this time. The fast flowing water and crocodiles make this crossing extremely dangerous for the herds. The last 2 years almost two-third of the migration did not cross the Mara River since there was enough fresh grass left in the northern Serengeti.

From October till December the wildebeest migration leaves the North-Serengeti and make their way back to South-Serengeti/Ndutu via the central Seronera region. The annual cycle starts all over again.