10 reasons why you should experience… | Discover Africa Safaris
 
Blog article

10 reasons why you should experience Botswana’s Makgadikgadi zebra migration

16 November 2016
Part of the Botswana Safari Collection
Back to the Blog

Makgadikgadi Pans is home to the second largest zebra migration in the world. Every year, up to 25,000 zebras move in herds across the plains - from the Okavango to the Makgadikgadi Pans, a journey of more than 150 miles.

Discover Africa Safaris

Makgadikgadi Pans is home to the second largest zebra migration in the world. Every year, up to 25,000 zebras move in herds across the plains - from the Okavango to the Makgadikgadi Pans, a journey of more than 150 miles.

The Botswana zebra migration was discovered by accident when a team doing research noted that some of the GPS-collared zebra migrated from parts of the Okavango Delta all the way to the Makgadikgadi grasslands.

If you’re looking to join the adventure and visit Botswana safari - here are 10 reasons why you should experience Botswana’s Makgadikgadi zebra Migration.  

 

 

 

 

 

 

Remembering this gorgeous place... @meno_a_kwena #zebramigration #makgadigadi #botswana #sunset #Africa #zebra

A photo posted by Rachel Lang (@bushboundgirl) on

 

 

 

White with black stripes or black with white stripes? #zebramigration #safari #serengheti #tanzania

A photo posted by Jessica Verver (@jessverver) on

 

 

Meno-ing times #botswana #lostinbots #zebramigration @khakiclare

A photo posted by Tempe Adams (@tempe.adams) on

 

 

#localspa #zebramigration #marvelsofnature #gamedrive #tarangire #nationalpark #tanzania

A video posted by Katya Zhitskaya (@zhitsinlondon) on

 

 

What does the Zebra say? #zebrasounds #jetlag

A video posted by Kathleen Rellihan (@k_rellihan) on

Our African Travel Expert

Free safari planning advice from destination experts

Get Travel Deals & News to your Inbox

We have the best safari and Africa travel news around & we even have the occasional mind blowing travel deals.
Sign up and get our monthly newsletter.