Earth's greatest show, the Serengeti Migration is legendary for the millions of animals that wander across the plains in search of food. Few words can describe this spectacular unrehearsed performance.
Great Migrations in East Africa
The Greatest Show on EarthPhenomenal, breathtaking, chilling and riveting.
Each year millions of animals travel across the plains of Kenya and Tanzania in search of water and grazing. This great migration in search of food and water covers 800km over the changing seasons and anyone who is fortunate enough to witness such a spectacle will have a never-to-be-forgotten experience. The oldest ecosystem on earth, the Serengeti was barely unchanged in the past million years and boasts the greatest overland migration in the world. The area covers Masai Mara in Kenya Lake Victoria on the West and to the south the incredible Ngorongoro Crater.
Great migrating herds of Zebras and Wildebeests are the most impressive sight in Serengeti National Park. Witness the Great Migration from the air during a balloon safari in the Serengeti, Tanzania.
This kaleidoscope of African wildlife has attracted scientists, tourists, adventurers and ordinary people from across the globe and offer amazing opportunities for adventure. Making it a truly worthwhile natural trip and placing the Serengeti as one of the top Ten Travel Wonders of Africa.
Serengeti and the Ngorongoro Conservation Area lodgesExploring this animal kingdom is surprisingly luxurious, with fantastic accommodation across the fields. The Serengeti and Ngorongoro Conversation area is splayed with great accommodation.
The friendliness and hospitality of these lodges go unmatched and their firsthand knowledge and experience of the great migrations are inarguable. Places to stay range from comfortable camps and tents to elegant Tanzania safari lodges. These carefully located places offer beautiful surroundings, excellent wildlife viewing and amazing adventure opportunities.Read more about Serengeti National Park and Serengeti Safari lodges that form the base to watch the greatest wildlife migration on earth.
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