Stay ahead of the herds and find out where they are during the year with our weekly Migration Monday updates. We bring you real-time updates to ensure you always have an eye on where to stay if you’re interested in a Great Migration safari.
Update from Andrea Forero:
The rains in the Serengeti are calling the great herds to return to the south and east of the Serengeti. Central and southern Serengeti where the new grass is waiting for the wildebeest and zebra to return is the best place to be for the migration at this time of year.
Update from Serengeti Nomad:
Safari guide Ian captured the great wildebeest migration on the move following the heavy rains in the southern and eastern Serengeti. However, a large herd of the great migration had been seen moving from Naabi Hill heading towards the Gol mountains. It is predicted that the great migration might arrive early than expected in the Ndutu area due to the heavy rainfalls.
Update from Zahirah Marty:
Zahirah Marty seeing hundreds, thousands, hundreds of thousands of wildebeest move across the Serengeti was one of the most incredible experiences of her life. They were grazing in the grassland and mobilize into a single file to crossroads as a form of protection.
Update from Willy:
Willy witnessed a group of wildebeest and zebra from the Masai Mara ecosystem to Serengeti in search of green pastures. River crossings in the Northern Serengeti are now rare, so we often suggest that clients focus on areas around the central Seronera river valley and Moru (south of central).
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