The Great Migration Serengetis Greatest Show


Migration seasons December-March
Calving season

Mating season, Trekking towards north.

River crossings


Migration locations

Eastern & Southern Serengeti

Central & Western Serengeti

Northen Serengeti & Masai Mara

migration safari of antelope in serengeti

Often featured on National Geographic, the Great Wildebeest Migration is one of the most stunning spectacles on earth.  As wildebeest and zebra dash across fleeting green plains in the tens of thousands, big cats like lions and leopards stealthily shift in the grass, waiting for the opportune moment to feast.

It’s the time of year when prey animals like zebras, warthogs, impala, and elephants are forced to congregate around scares watering holes for hydration, and wild cats climb the tallest rocks for unobstructed views of their next meal.

This natural phenomenon also coincides with calving season.  As the Serengeti’s boundless plains fill with countless maternal beasts and their young, any feelings of tranquility and calm can be quickly dashed by a cunning jackal or swift cheetah.

While populations fluctuate from year to year, it’s estimated that 1.3 million wildebeest, 200,000 zebra, and 400,000 gazelle chase the rain across the great Serengeti plains, attracting predator animals to track and follow, setting the stage for unmatched views of the circle of life and death in the wild.

And when you join us for ten, adventure-filled days during the Great Migration season, you’re sure to have countless one-of-a-kind experiences only Topguides can provide.

Victor and his team of hand-selected guides arrange world-class experiences unlike any other.  With extensive training and knowledge of all things wild – mammals, birds, and insects alike – these top guides are sure to deliver an unforgettable safari experience while you enjoy the Serengeti’s greatest show.


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