In Tanzania the Serengeti is perhaps the most famous wildlife sanctuary in the world as well as a UNESCO World Heritage Site. During the Great Migration, hundreds of thousands of wildebeest and zebra can be seen making their way across the plains in huge herds. The Great Migration is one of the most sought after safari adventures in the world.

The Southern Serengeti is most famous for the period between December and March when the concentration of the migration heads into the fertile grasslands of the Ndutu plains to give birth to the next generation. The herds gather in a one place to rest and have their calves, harried intently by a range of predators including lion, cheetah, and hyena. When the migration departs on the trek to the north via the Western Corridor, safari attention shifts back to the central Seronera Valley which is well known for its high numbers of resident game and quality safari experience. By late July the herds have typically reached the Northern Serengeti and brave the Mara river crossings to continue across the Kenya border into the Maasai Mara. The herds can typically be found on both the Serengeti and the Mara sides of this massive eco-system from August-September then they start they long plod south again in November.

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