Track the Great Migration with our monthly predictions
PRESS PLAY or SELECT A MONTH in the timeline below to see our monthly predictions for the annual Great Migration in 2018. These predictions will ensure that you're in the right place at the right time to witness this natural world wonder.
Where do we get our information?
We spend a lot of time gathering relevant data to keep your east Africa migration safari authentic. We are proud to be the first safari company to provide you with this information, based on firsthand experience and affiliate partners. Meet our Great Migration informants:
- Our East Africa expert: Karl Svendsen
- Our affiliate camps and game rangers
- You, our clients
Our guests provide us with live feedback on their trip, which helps to validate the authenticity of our project. This contribution to our database is invaluable.
We would like to thank everyone who is involved in providing us with continual and relevant data that has made Herdtracker such a great success.
What to expect and where to stay each month of the year
Many people think that the great wildebeest migration only happens once a year, but the migration is in fact an all-year-round event -- with each time of year offering a unique widlife experience.
Select a month below to find out what each month offers in terms of weather, wildlife, migratory movements, predator interactions, river crossings and where the best place to stay is, to get the most out of your trip to see the great wildebeest migration.
What people say about traveling with us
Discover Africa and Carel has put in such an effort for us to experience the annual wildebeest migration, meticulous planning and accurate predictions with logical and the best accommodation options both sides of the Mara River guaranteed us crossings, we did manage to see the herds cross on the Serengeti side and again on the Masai Mara side, it felt good that they had this covered! Thanks Carel, we see you next year – Jates and HilJates and Hil Oettle
from South Africa visited Serengeti and Masai Mara - August 2013
What an incredible experience, we knew that people really want to see the river crossings, but Carel convinced us to travel during end January early February this year, we arrived on the plains at Ndutu almost as the herds arrived so we could not have timed it better - so much interaction and it is impossible to comprehend without seeing it for yourself – we will see you again – Thanks so much, ChrisChris Ahlgren
from USA visited Serengeti - 2014