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Serengeti National Park

Serengeti National Park is a World Heritage Site that is unique in its own way. All year round wildlife with fantastic sightings, to the greatest trek on earth - the Great Migration.

Getting to the Serengeti is easily accessible whether it is flying direct to the Serengeti or doing an overland tour with Go African Adventures private guide.

When to visit and where to see the migration:
December to March are great months for birding. All the migratory birds have arrived.
You can see the migration in the Western side of the Serengeti between Lobo and Naabi Hill.

February and March is another amazing time to visit. This time you will see the migration calving in the Ndutu and Masek area, South of the Serengeti.

April you can expect the rain - so come prepared. The migration is now moving towards Simba Kopjes and Moru Kopjes.

May it is still raining and the herds are moving faster as the calves are growing quickly. The herd is moving towards Lake Magadi.

In June the herd crosses the Grometi River. This crossing is not as spectacular as the Mara River crossing but still worth a visit. The Grumeti River is a Perennial River so it attracts wildlife all year round.

From July the herds move towards the Mara River past Fort Ikoma.
The herd is mating too. The nights are cold and the days are warm. The bush is starting to dry out.

August and September is when all the action takes place with the river crossing of the Mara River.

October the herd cross back into the Serengeti.

By October / November the herd is moving into the Seronera Valley.

By December the herds are moving South.


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