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Loita migration in the Loita plains at Naboisho Conservancy

20 Jun 2018 from Hemingways Ol Seki Mara Camp

Safari guide Raphael Rotiken captured the Loita migration in the Loita plains at Naboisho Conservancy.

- Image by Raphael Rotiken
- Image by Raphael Rotiken
- Image by Raphael Rotiken
- Image by Raphael Rotiken
- Image by Raphael Rotiken
- Image by Raphael Rotiken

Camp Manager Diana Shambi witnessed the herds right in front of the camp this morning

Camp Manager Diana Shambi witnessed the herds right in front of the camp this morning. 

The migration is scattered throughout the central Serengeti

The migration is scattered throughout the central Serengeti. There are some herds moving towards the Western area and a few are scattered towards the direction of the Namiri Plains.

Credit: General Manager, Simon Kisingi


 

Wildebeest crossing the Seronera River, around the Nyuma ya Nyumba area

15 Jun 2018 from Nomad Tanzania

Safari guide, Ian Kiwelu spotted a big herd of the wildebeest crossing the Seronera River, around the Nyuma ya Nyumba area. 

- Image by Ian Kiwelu
- Image by Ian Kiwelu
- Image by Ian Kiwelu
- Image by Ian Kiwelu

migrants arriving in the Soroi area this morning

14 Jun 2018 from UBON Safari

Beena Gossain witnessed the very first group of the migrants arriving in the Soroi area this morning as they were leaving the Serengeti Soroi. 

- Image by Beena Gossain
- Image by Beena Gossain
- Image by Beena Gossain
- Image by Beena Gossain
- Image by Beena Gossain

Serengeti Balloon Safaris pilot Abeid Soka spotted the mega-herds of wildebeest in the Seronera area

14 Jun 2018 from Serengeti Balloon Safaris

Serengeti Balloon Safaris pilot Abeid Soka spotted the mega-herds of wildebeest in the Seronera area. 

Seronera area and surrounds packed with wildebeest, all to yourself if you go now!

13 Jun 2018 from Lemala Camps

The migration is spread out across the Seronera area in the Central Serengeti.

The Lemala Ewanjan Tented Camp is surrounded by hundreds of wildebeest together with a dozen zebra just a few metres in front of the camp. 

Credit: Camp Manager, Ebenezer

- Image by Ebenezer
- Image by Ebenezer

The herds are divided into two parts

11 Jun 2018 from Wild Frontiers

The herds are divided into two parts! A large number is heading towards the Western Corridor of the Serengeti and a small number is still roaming in the Central area. 

- Image by Wild Frontiers

The wildebeest migration was captured accompanied by a large number of zebra in the central Seronera

11 Jun 2018 from UBON Safari

The wildebeest migration was captured accompanied by a large number of zebra in the central Seronera.

Credit: Marketing Manager, Beena Gossain

- Image by Beena Gossain
- Image by Beena Gossain
- Image by Beena Gossain
- Image by Beena Gossain

Beena Gossain spotted a group of migratory herds in the Naabi Hill and the Gol Kopjes areas

10 Jun 2018 from UBON Safari

Marketing Manager Beena Gossain spotted a group of migratory herds in the Naabi Hill and the Gol Kopjes areas. 

- Image by Beena Gossain
 

Lodges closest to the herd right now

Namiri Plains Camp Guest enjoying the View in Serengeti National Park, Tanzania

4 km

from herd

Namiri Plains Camp

$ 480

per person per night

Namiri Plains camp was created for real safari enthusiasts seeking comfort and exclusivity in secluded surroundings, excellent guiding and a deeper, more intense wildlife experience.

To minimise the impact on the environment the camp comprises of only six tents. Pitched in the shade of giant acacias, this small and exclusive tented haven offers 360° views of wildlife crossing the surrounding plains, the river area with its perennial vegetation and dense green reed beds that attract birds and smaller wildlife species.

The migration passes through Namiri Plains from October to May and unleashes spectacular predator sightings during December and January as the resident big cats feast on the passing herds of wildebeest and zebra.

Explore the Namiri Plains on daily game drives; enjoy sunrise breakfast picnics on top of Soit Le Motonyi rock or sundowners on top of a kopje. With your nearest neighbour over 45 minutes away, you may be excused for thinking that the Namiri Plains belong to you.

Serengeti Wilderness Camp Tent Exterior in Serengeti National Park, Tanzania

27 km

from herd

Serengeti Wilderness Camp

$ 340

per person per night

Serengeti Wilderness Camp is a ‘seasonal’ camp located in the heart of the Serengeti National Park. The style of camp is simple but with every comfort being taken care of. Seasonal camps have the benefit of being able to move to some of the best game viewing areas of the park and every three to six months we move to a new location. We work under Park’s guidelines and the camp is truly eco-friendly.

Comprising just ten spacious tents, we provide comfortable beds and quality linen, with en suite eco-friendly toilet and bush-shower off an intimate dressing room area. Lighting is by 12-volt (solar powered) with bedside lamps provided. The tents each have a shady verandah, where guests may relax and read quietly or perhaps watch birds and animals.

Discover Africa Safaris

36 km

from herd

Lemala Ewanjan Tented Camp

$ 389

per person per night

Lemala Ewanjan Tented Camp is a deluxe camp with 12 beautiful tented suites set within the game-rich Seronera Valley in a secluded part of the Central Serengeti. The Seronera valley is renowned for its year-round game viewing due to its abundance of water, as well as its large population of resident cats.

The camp offers breathtaking views of the Serengeti plains and its prolific wildlife, sunset and sunrises.

Between April and June and again between November through January, the area receives the annual wildebeest migration, turning the area into an exciting wildlife paradise. Take advantage of the fantastic year-round game viewing on exciting guided 4x4 game drives. Optional hot-air balloon safaris are also available for a unique game viewing experience. After a day, of adventuring, return to the camp to enjoy great service, food and ambiance.

Discover Africa Safaris

39 km

from herd

Mara River Kati Kati Tented Camp

$ 150

per person per night

The camp offers comfortable accommodation and a unique opportunity to enjoy a real safari camp experience. This camp is located in the north of the Serengeti a mere10 minutes drive from the Mara River.

The camp consists of cosy mess tents located in the centre of the camp where meals are served. The campfire is ready every evening for appetizers and snacks before dinner.

There are 10 double and one family tent, all of which are incredibly spacious, with a large king size bed or twin beds. En suite bathrooms have a flush toilet, hand basin and shower with hot water. Lights are powered by solar with a back up generator.

Exterior View of Mbuzi Mawe Serena Tented Camp in Serengeti National Park, Tanzania

39 km

from herd

Mbuzi Mawe Serena Tented Camp

$ 160

per person per night

Scenically located in a glade, known as ‘the place of the klipspringer' (mbuzi mawe), and guarded by three million year-old granite towers, this luxury tented-camp is unique. Cleverly located on one of the main annual migration corridors for over one million wildebeest, half a million zebras and gazelles, and their accompanying cast of predators it is also located at the very epicentre of one of the world's most famous national parks.

Wildebeest migration archive