In the vast plains of Serengeti is where the nature’s beauty and mystery surround you. Its here where one of the earth’s natural cycle the great migration begins where thousands of ungulates driven by urge for survival move constantly in search of pastures. The most famous and numerous are the wildebeests. During the rainy months of January to March the herds are spread out on the southern Serengeti and western side of the Ngorongoro conservation area with calving season happening in February. As the rivers dry up very fast, the forced to move up north in search of food in April and between May and June they cross the Grumeti River which runs across the park’s western corridor. The culmination of this movement happens at the Maasai Mara National reserve National reserve in Kenya in the month of July to August after which they roam back to Serengeti in the moths of October/November and when lucky you will be able to witness the dramatic Mara river crossing. The park is also known for its abundance in predators especially the lions, cheetahs, leopards and jackals.

When planning a Safari to Serengeti, one need at least 3Nights stays since it’s a huge park covering about 14,700sq km.