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Experiencing one of the most unforgettable experiences in this world. With more than 2 million animals including wildebeest, Zebras, and Gazelles moving along the ecosystem of Serengeti- Mara searching for green pastures. The Great Migration of wildebeest is one of the greatest reasons that make Serengeti National Park a world wonder, upon witnessing the movement of Wildebeest while crossing Mara River is a life moment event that will leave you with an everlasting memory forever.
How beautiful and amazing nature is, imagine wildebeest mating in Kenya and giving Birth in Tanzania. Think of how many Wildebeest are lost in Mara River as a portion of food for Crocodiles, but still the number of wildebeest is incredibly high.
WHEN AND WHERE DOES THE MIGRATION OF WILDEBEEST TAKE PLACE?
The Great Migration of Wildebeest happens throughout the year. It is an annual event. The Great Migration of Wildebeest spends a few Months in Kenya from July to October where Wildebeest are crossing the Mara River but the rest of the Months they do spend in Tanzania (Serengeti ecosystem and Ngorongoro conservation area). From December to March the migration is in the Southern Part of Serengeti, where it is very close to the Ngorongoro Conservation area, hence you might have the chance to experience them in Ngorongoro.
The rest of the months, the great migration takes place between two locations, Serengeti National Park and the Ngorongoro conservation area. During these months we are in transitional times, in November we are experiencing drizzle rains, normally in April and May we do experience heavy rains, hence there are enough pastures to feed the herds, thus why the animals are well scattered because there is enough green grass probably everywhere.