When To Go
Daytime can get hot to around 35 to 40 degrees Celsius and night can get as cool as 12 degrees Celsius.
At the end of the rains in May and June when the million wildebeest and other migratory mammals begin to head north-west to the Serengeti and Grumeti River.
Mid November until the annual calving in the south-eastern parts of the Serengeti Safari between January and March. So effectively you would see the migration in different stages between December and June. For predator viewing, the best times are June – October
The Serengeti National Park is located in northern Tanzania, bordering Kenya to the north. It spans an area of approximately 14,750 square kilometers and is part of the larger Serengeti ecosystem, which includes adjacent protected areas and conservation reserves.
- Southern plains – with most rewarding game view especially in the dry month between June to October
- Seronera area– The dense vegetation of the area makes the wildlife accessible throughout the year
- Western Corridor– Home to the Grumeti River, spot the crocodiles and their surprising hunting skill
- Northern Serengeti – The remote landscape dominated by elephants, giraffes, and dik-dik.
- The largest lion concentration– More than 300 lions available in the game park
- Breath-taking Great Migration – A journey of life and death where 1.5 million wildebeests along with zebra and few other plain games that goes for an incredible journey in search of food and water.