December-March: Southern Serengeti. (Calving and new borns).
April-June: Herds head north and west. Serengeti’s Grumeti region is the place to be, but central Serengeti can also be very good.
July-October: Northern Serengeti (inc Lamai Wedge) and Kenya’s Masai Mara.
November-December: Wildlife heads south, mostly via the eastern side of the Serengeti.
In Tanzania for most of our clients we arrange a private guide and vehicle, giving them the flexibility to watch wildlife for as long as they want and stop when they want.In Kenya this is also possible, though it is more common to fly into the Mara and take game drives with the guides from the camp or lodge.
This safari takes you to 3 of the best wildlife locations in Tanzania, staying in comfy lodges and camps throughout.
An exciting, great value group safari in northern Tanzania
Superb game viewing in the Masai Mara and Amboseli staying in good value adventure camps.
A perfect combination of Kenya's best game viewing and a week at an idyllic beach location.
Come and meet the big cats of the Masai Mara!
Explore north Tanzania inc. northern Serengeti (perfect for migration around July-Oct), then lovely Mafia Island.
A 2-centre safari with expert Samburu and Masai guides, a superb wildlife and cultural experience.
Ideal safari for the migration in south Serengeti from December to March, plus Zanzibar.
An exciting African safari & beach holiday for the whole family. Wildlife of north Tanzania then 5 days on Zanzibar.
Sat in our jeep by a river with thousands of wildebeest massing on the other side, then they started to cross right in front of us, the noise, the smell, the sheer size of the herd, truly amazing.
We hadn't expected to see the wildebeest! Our guide had said he was heading in the direction to see if we would catch them and we sure did! I have never seen so many animals all in one place! Our pictures don't even do it justice, and unless you have seen it before you cannot begin to understand how many wildebeest were there! We sat and watched for a while and then they all started running across the river. What an experience!