Tanzania Wildebeest-migration offers here an opportunity to explore Northern Tanzania in six days. Besides Ngorongoro, the most famous tourism feature in the upper part, there are a number of smaller parks and other less famous features which are beautifully breathtaking! Oltumure will take you from one to the other starting with Ngorongoro Crater. The next trip will be to Lake Manyara. The soda lake is full of flamingos, not to mention a variety of other bird species. From Lake Manyara, we take you to the ‘elephants’ kingdom,’ Tarangire National Park. This hilly landscape offers you an awesome view of Baobab trees blossoming against the blue sky
This is a private tour whereby you will enjoy the flexibility and freedom to travel at your own pace. A private tour van will be provided with a professional guide to ensure you gain all that you desired. Later, get to enjoy a moment of relaxation in one of the Silver Class hotels that we have selected for you. Talk to us in case you would like us to get you to a Gold or Platinum class instead.
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Pemba Island 6 Days Tour can also be another tour to consider after the Tanzania Wildebeest-migration
The wildebeest migrate around the Serengeti, and into the Masai Mara for the sole purpose of following the rainfall. For their calving from December – March they always begin their cycle in the Southern Serengeti area of Ndutu and follow wherever the grass is greener… Whilst we have a good idea of where the wildebeest should be at any given time of year, it really does depend on where the rain falls. The wildebeest are notoriously unreliable, as although they generally all head from south to north Serengeti and back around again, they often zigzag along the way, making it sometimes impossible to predict where the big herds will be at any given time.
The migration undertaken by the wildebeest is an annual event which sees one and a half million wildebeest accompanied by hundreds of thousands of zebras and numerous other antelope species as they search for pastures greener. The animals follow a clockwise movement through the Serengeti following the rains for the lushest of grass. The five hundred kilometers is fraught with danger with many predators such as lions, cheetahs and crocodiles preying on the animals. It is a truly amazing spectacle.
Although we do our best to be as informative as possible, it really always is best to give us a call and chat to an expert who can give you the low-down on where the wildebeest are right now.