Despite the migration consisting of thousands and thousands of wildebeest – the Serengeti National Park and the Masia Mara (where they migrate through) are so huge that sometimes it’s hard to spot them …. hard to believe, but its true! This is why our Jenman East African office and team are tracking the migration all the time and are able to tell us in exactly what part of Tanzania/Kenya the majority are at any given time.
So where is the migration right now? Keep reading!
At the moment the migration is spread over the northern area of the Serengeti National Park. Generally you can see the migration in either the Serengeti National Park or in the Masai Mara National Park and this is the perfect time to visit the Serengeti! There are thousands of wildebeest moving, grazing and travelling across towards the Masai Mara National Park in Kenya! We actually had a tour (migration discoverer) that met up with the migration in the northern part of the Serengeti about a week ago.
Charmy, one of our East African guides, told us all that it was simply amazing and unbelievable when they saw the migration on safari… coming from someone that has lived in East Africa for many years and surely seen the migration loads of times – it really must be a magical experience! If you happen to be in East Africa and reading this – then head towards the Kogatende Area and Lobo Area in northern part of the Serengeti National Park… apparently those are the best views!
Did you know that our East African migration safari is structured to follow the patterns on the migration? Well, it is. The tour is designed to increase our clients’ chances of viewing the migration. Even though there are thousands of them (wildebeest) – it’s still a phenomenal experience to view them as they can often be so hard to find…