The Great Migration of the Wildebeest in Serengeti, Tanzania


The Great Migration in Tanzania with Travelife Tours

The Adventure Series for Photography & Wilderness Enthusiasts



The Birthing of the Wildebeests 

 
This is a rare opportunity to witness the beginning of the Great Migration from Tanzania to Kenya, and to experience several unique safaris in one trip. Land arrangements begin on 14 February 2020 and they end on 21 February 2020. Arrivals and departures should be arranged for Kilimanjaro International Airport (Arusha).
 
Our recommended airline for this trip is Ethiopian Airlines, which flies direct to Arusha from Addis Ababa. Click here for more information about the Travelife Tour.
 
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The group will be accompanied by 
Travelife Magazine Columnist 
Dondi Joseph
Wildlife expert & nature photographer
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ABOUT THE GREAT MIGRATION 


The amazing Great Migration of Africa involves the movement of 1.5 million wildebeests from the plains of Southern Serengeti in Tanzania to Kenya. This tremendous force of nature actually begins in the Southern Serengeti in February when the wildebeest give birth to thousands of calves before beginning their migration. It is during this birthing period that large predators like lions, cheetahs and even hyenas will be most active. Click here for more information about the Travelife Tour.



HIGHLIGHTS OF THE TRIP

– Luxury tented lodgings on safari
– Drive to Ngorongoro Crater to see the Big 5 animals
– Visit Olduvai Gorge to see the excavation site where some of the earliest human fossils were found 
– Intensive safari with photography activities in the Southern Serengeti
– Intensive safari with photography activities in the Central Serengeti 

 
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INCLUSIONS

– All transportation for the tour including over land drives and domestic flight to Arusha
– Luxury tent lodgings
– All meals at the lodges and camps
– Toyota Land Cruisers or Land Rovers with 360 degree views
– Services of a professional English speaking guide
– Government taxes and hotel/lodges levy
– National Park concession fee
– Ngorongoro Crater services fee
 
 
 
The Great Migration of the Wildebeest in Serengeti, Tanzania
 
Please note:
1) Flight costs are not included although preferential prices will be secured with Ethiopian Airlines
2) Visa fees are not included
3) Passengers are encouraged to secure travel and health insurance
4) Participants are encouraged to arrive at least one day earlier on 13 February, and to remain one day later in Arusha. Accommodations and activities such as coffee plantation visits and crafts shopping can be arranged at additional costs.
 
 
The Great Migration of the Wildebeest in Serengeti, Tanzania

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