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What is the best time to see the great migration?

The best time to see the wildebeest migration is in August as the herds cross the Nile crocodile infested Mara River, crossing an international border between Kenya and Tanzania.

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Tanzania wildebeest migration safari

Tanzania wildebeest migration safari

This tour is designed to allow maximum exposure to the Great Wildebeest Migration

$ 6,860

£ 4,904

R 79,486

5,569

per person

11 days
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Wet season Tanzania - best value migration safari

From Lake Manyara to the Ngorogoro Crater and the Serengeti, this Tanzania safari offers real value and shows off the burgeoning green world of…

$ 6,525

£ 4,665

R 75,605

5,297

per person

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The Southern Circuit, Tanzania

The south of Tanzania is mostly a destination for the second-time visitor. The south can also be combined with the Serengeti in the north or linked with the west if time and budget allow. The southern circuit includes parks and reserves that can be visited using Dar es Salaam as a starting…

Tanzania Western Circuit

The Western Circuit, Tanzania

The Western Circuit embraces the parks along Lake Tanganyika, the western border of Tanzania with the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC). The vast space in a remote natural location makes the circuit worth a visit. Gombe Stream National Park was made famous by Jane Goodall’s research on…

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Migration safaris, holidays & tours

The great migration isn't a single event, but rather a constant commute for herds following Africa’s rains … and the land they bring to life. There’s no real start and finish to the migration, but rather a clockwise grazing and reproduction route that has followed the same pattern for…

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Climbing Mount Kilimanjaro, holidays & tours

If you’re looking for an exhilarating challenge, Mount Kilimanjaro is waiting for you. With your trust placed firmly in your guide’s hands, you’ll have to push through the highs and lows of an intense journey during which temperatures can drop to -20°C. Climbing Mount Kilimanjaro offers…

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