The Great Migration

Serengeti Migration Safari

Nature's Greatest Spectacle


Each year millions of wildebeest, gazelles and zebras thunder across the Serengeti plains in search of green grass and fresh water. A breathtaking experience to see all those animals migrate from north to south, followed by their predators.

Best time to visit Serengeti

The southern and northern plains of the Serengeti are the two main feeding grounds for the herds. The animals are constantly on the move between these two areas each year. We can generally predict where they should be at a given time of the year. Check Where and when to go


Itinerary Serengeti Migration Safari 11-days (December-March)

This safari is a perfect mix between high-end tented camps and the more remote, close to nature tented camps.

Arrival at Kilimanjaro International Airport. Pick up and transfer to Rivertrees Country Inn for overnight. The next day you spend a day in Arusha National Park with an easy hike and canoe safari. Overnight back in Rivertrees.

Today you visit one of the smaller wildlife reserves in Tanzania. This park is known for its hippo pools, thousands of flamingos, tree climbing lions and one of the largest concentration of baboons in the world. Enjoy a game drive in the park and overnight in the Manyara Green Camp. The next morning starts with a morning walk on the lake shores, followed by a day game drive and night game drive. Overnight back in the Manyara Green camp.

Walk among the treetops and experience untouched nature from a unique perspective, on the Treetop Walkway in Lake Manyara (close to entrance gate). After this you will have lunch and a local village walk in Mto Wa Mbu. Afternoon transfer to the rim of the Ngorongoro Crater where you will have a hike to the Olmoti Crater. Overnight at Highlands Lodge. Next day a full day game drive in the Ngorongoro Crater. This 'Garden of Eden' is a great place to spot the Big Five and the rare black rhino. Overnight at Highlands Lodge. 

Morning game drive and breakfast at the Ngorongoro Crater floor. You drive to the Serengeti for a game drive over the endless plains. Arrive in the southern Serengeti walking camp for a short afternoon walk. The next day is full of short walks on the Serengeti shortgrass plains. Overnight back in the Wayo walking camp.

Game drive out of the Serengeti wilderness zone, to Dunia Camp. Overnight at the tented camp. Next day a full day of game viewing in the Serengeti. Overnight back in Dunia Camp.

Game drive to the Seronera airstrip for a flight to Arusha. Pick up and transfer to Rivertrees for a day room and lunch. Late afternoon transfer to Kilimanjaro airport for departure. 


Budget: $7,000 - $9,000 per adult all inclusive (exl international flights)

Depending on group size, age of children, time of year and choice of camps. Contact us for a bespoke quote for your party and budget.
 Contact us for more information or to tailor make a Serengeti Migration Safari for you. Want something cheaper or something more Luxurious? Let us know. Everything is possible!

Check our blogs:
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What makes Lake Manyara so special?
8 reasons why to choose the Green Camps