Introduction to Serengeti Migration Safaris

Introduction to Migration Safaris.

Tanzania is an adventure paradise country, and Kilimanjaro Brothers is the best local tour company to make sure your Serengeti migration safari is with unforgettable memories.
Every year round the same time, the circular of Great Serengeti Migration begin in the Ngorongoro conservation area at the southern part of Serengeti National Park. Migration is naturally conditioned and determined by availability of rain as well as grazing and thus starts from approximately January to March. The calving season begins this time, when there are plenty of grasses. During February wildest spends their time in short grass plain of Southern east grazing and giving birth.
Rain ends in May, and animal migration start to move around Gurumeti River where they typically remain until the late June. The crossing of Gurumeti and Mara rivers begins in August and this is a very good time to watch Crocodiles lying, waiting for the prey. After that, the great wildebeest migration arrives in Maasai Mara- Kenya in the late of August. Early November, the wildebeest migration starts moving in south east and arriving back in December.      
We have well placed itineraries through the year to follow the Great Serengeti migration with other amazing national parks and many large numbers of carnivorous on the Northern circuits while staying on strategically migratory wildlife routine.
We choose the right camps and lodges at the right time of the year and you get the best experience possible.

South Serengeti Migration is naturally conditioned and determined by availability of rain as well as grazing and thus starts from approximately January to March. The calving season begins this time, when there are plenty of grasses. During February wildest spends their time in short grass plain of Southern east grazing and giving birth.
 
 

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