Wildebeest Migration in Serengeti is one of the nature’s biggest spectacles in Africa!

When planning a migration safari to Serengeti, it is highly important to understand the best place to be based at any point of time during Serengeti safari. The Wildebeest and Zebra basically move in a huge anti-clockwise direction. While June is a good time to around the Grumeti River, July/August/September/ sometimes even October is better to be in the Masai Mara.

What is the Great Wildebeest Migration?

Known as one of the Natural phenomena in the world, the Annual Wildebeest Migration is a spectacular wildlife march that includes more than two million animals that traverse through the plain of the Serengeti ecosystem and the Masai Mara game reserve. It is massive, magical, indescribable and without doubt a must see! This is one of the largest natural animal movements in the world and the largest on the African content. The great herd begins its journey in southern Serengeti National Park found in Tanzania and towards July to October, the herd crosses boarders into Kenya’s Masai Mara reserve as it searches for greener pastures, before later returning to Serengeti – making a continuous circular movement.

This grand journey from the south to the north spans nearly 3000 kilometers and is practically endless. Instead of having a beginning and finishing point, the Great wildebeest Migration

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