Written by Guests, Chris & Monique Fallows Reflecting back on our trip, I have to say the only way to visit The Serengeti is with Asilia Africa. The Central Serengeti can get rather overcrowded with lots of vehicle traffic but the locations of both Asilia camps, Dunia in the western part of The Serengeti and Namiri Plains in the east are in quiet areas with low traffic volume. Added to the incredible predator sightings in these areas, the camp staff and guides went out of their way to make us feel at home and went the extra mile to make sure we had the best experience possible.
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By Britta Foulis – Content Marketing Manager It is now easier than ever before to fly to Rubondo Island Camp. There are multiple locations within the Serengeti which have direct flights to Rubondo Island and what makes this even better is the fact that these flights are as short as 40 minutes in total. Now there is absolutely no excuse to not visit the island if you’re already in the Serengeti!
By Britta Foulis The Great Wildebeest Migration is an annual event which covers a circular route of over 1 000 km. This journey stretches all the way from the northernmost reaches of the Masai Mara in Kenya, down towards the south of the Serengeti as far as the border to the Ngorongoro Conservation Area (but not so far as the Crater itself). So the question of: “Where can I see the migration?” has quite a simple answer – you can see it anywhere! The where is dictated strongly by the when, and vice versa. To make it easier, we have combined certain months of the year to highlight the main areas where the herds can be seen. When? December through to MarchRead More