Overview

Masai Mara & Serengeti Great Migration Safari

The great migration is affectionately called greatest show on earth that takes place in the plains of Masai Mara and the Serengeti.  Every year about 1.5 million wildebeest and 200,000 zebra and gazelle attempt to go look for fresh vegetation while they are intensely pursued by some of the most dangerous predators known to man.  This amazing pilgrimage is circular and never ending, however the migration is completely dependent on rain. The animals move on the guidance of the rain in order to be able to feed off the new grass and at the same time be near a good supply of water.

Please be advised that the migration is driven primarily by water, grazing, and weather conditions, which basically means that it is not a continuous direct process.  You can never really predict with certainty where they will be, the very best you can hope for is plan based on past previous migration behaviours.

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