Serengeti in February

cheetah and cub in ndutu

February has the same climate as January – warm days with highs of up to 29C, and some rain – an average of 14 days a month.

February is the best month to see wildebeest calving in the Ndutu Region and Southern Serengeti.

Travel tips

  • February is peak wildebeest calving season, so if you want to see baby animals being born – as well as lots of predator action – then this is the month to travel.

  • The landscapes are lush and verdant, although this does make seeing animals harder than in the dry season.

  • February is one of the best months for birdwatchers in the Serengeti, as the migratory species are in the park.


Our Recommended Itinerary

February Calving Season Safari in Tanzania (9 days)

day 1

First day of your African adventure
  • February Calving Season Safari in Tanzania (9 days)
  • February Calving Season Safari in Tanzania (9 days)
  • February Calving Season Safari in Tanzania (9 days)
  • February Calving Season Safari in Tanzania (9 days)
  • February Calving Season Safari in Tanzania (9 days)
  • February Calving Season Safari in Tanzania (9 days)

day 2 to 3

Tarangire offers unparalleled game viewing
  • February Calving Season Safari in Tanzania (9 days)
  • February Calving Season Safari in Tanzania (9 days)
  • February Calving Season Safari in Tanzania (9 days)
  • February Calving Season Safari in Tanzania (9 days)
  • February Calving Season Safari in Tanzania (9 days)
  • February Calving Season Safari in Tanzania (9 days)

day 4 to 5

Ngorongoro Crater safari won't disappoint
  • February Calving Season Safari in Tanzania (9 days)
  • February Calving Season Safari in Tanzania (9 days)
  • February Calving Season Safari in Tanzania (9 days)
  • February Calving Season Safari in Tanzania (9 days)
  • February Calving Season Safari in Tanzania (9 days)
  • February Calving Season Safari in Tanzania (9 days)

day 6 to 8

Home to the greatest wildlife spectacle on earth
  • February Calving Season Safari in Tanzania (9 days)
  • February Calving Season Safari in Tanzania (9 days)
  • February Calving Season Safari in Tanzania (9 days)
  • February Calving Season Safari in Tanzania (9 days)
  • February Calving Season Safari in Tanzania (9 days)
  • February Calving Season Safari in Tanzania (9 days)

day 9

End of calving safari!

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