Tanzania Is A Safari Destination...
The Great Wildebeest Migration is stated to be one of the most celebrated natural spectacles in the world. Over two million wildebeest journey in synchronization across the infinite plains of the Serengeti. The amber-colored hills of Maasai Mara in search of juicy grazing grounds are one of the greatest wildlife you can spot during your Tanzania Safari Tours.
The Great Wildebeest Migration is also known as the Great Migration is a yearly journey of almost 2 million wildebeest, zebra, and gazelle between Tanzania & Kenya. They move from the Serengeti National Park in Tanzania to the Massai Mara National Park in Kenya in seeks of grass.
After the regular downpours bring crisp grass – actually following the adage “the grass is greener on the opposite side!” Incredibly the herd move alongside an assortment of predators like lions, panther, cheetah, and hyena that pursue, waiting for the perfect time to attack these animals. Along with the migration, the wildebeests, zebras and gazelles mate and give birth to offspring as well as die. It’s assessed that around 250 000 wildebeest alone die on the adventure each year.
The Serengeti National Park spreads over more than 14,000 square kilometers of lush plains, savannah, forests and riverine backwoods in the most distant north of Tanzania. It’s bordered by the Maasai Mara National Reserve toward the north, the Ikorongo and Grumeti Game Reserves toward the west, the Ngorongoro Conservation Area toward the southeast and the Loliondo Game Controlled Area toward the upper east. Together, they form the massive Serengeti ecosystem that is the central stage for watching the Great Migration at Tanzania.
During this time of the year, the herds assemble in the Serengeti and Ngorongoro areas of southern Tanzania, which are made lush by the yearly rains. This is calving season and a fantastic time to sight the newborns; while predators sightings (and kills) are common.
The southern Ndutu and Salei plains are best for spotting huge herds during this season.
The herds start to relocate west and north to the grassier plains and forest of the Serengeti’s central-west corridor. Occasionally it is the best time of the year to observe the wildebeest Migration because there’s less in Tanzania. This will also help you to see the Serengeti in a way that never seen before.
As the heavy shower stop, the wildebeest and zebra progressively start moving north and individual gatherings start to assemble and shape a lot bigger herds. This is additionally mating season for the relocating wildebeest. The Western Serengeti is the best spot to watch this stage of the migration unfurl.
The herds arrive at their first huge hindrance, the Grumeti River. The Grumeti can get somewhere down in spots, particularly if the downpours have been great. The profundity of the waterway makes suffocating an unmistakable probability for some wildebeest and there are a lot of crocodiles to exploit their misery.
While many travelers want to tick the Great Wildebeest Migration off their bucket list, it’s not something you can do on your own. This rare experience should be done with a tour operator so that you can truly get a feeling of the migration and the sheer number of animals involved.
Their years of experience will help you to locate and witness this wildlife spectacle as well as get up close to all the action as the migration unfurls during Tanzania Safari.
There are numerous accommodation you can choose from to stay during your Tanzania Safari Tours ranging from basic tented accommodation to luxurious hotels depending on your travel style and budget. We at Lifetime Safari have partnered with some of the best hotels and lodges to give our client’s the best accommodation they can opt for.
If you want to witness this wildlife spectacle on your Tanzania Safari Tours then we can plan the perfect itinerary for you so that you can relax and enjoy this thrilling adventure on your next holiday. For more information on Tanzania Wildebeest Migration and Tanzania Tours And Safaris, visit us @ lifetimesafaristz.com.