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Tanzania Migration Special 2020( Feb)

Tour Code : TMS10-2020
From : USD 5819
Duration : 10 days 9 nights
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The annual migration of the wildebeest represents the single largest movement of wildlife on planet earth. Dramatic, awe-inspiring, comic and tragic alike, it has been dubbed ‘The Eighth Wonder of the Natural World’ and the ‘Greatest Wildlife Show on Earth.’ Neither title does full justice to the enormity and grandeur of an event that sees multiple herds of 20,000 and more wildebeest careering across the glory of the African savannah in great galloping chains of blue-black creatures.

The MigrationAn ever-revolving cycle of birth, life and death, the 800 km path of the migration is dictated by the hunt for fresh grass and consequently covers both the Serengeti National Reserve of Tanzania and the Masai Mara National Reserve of Kenya. For this, exceptionally focussed safari, however, our progress is dictated by the movement of the migration itself. As a result, we follow over a million wildebeest, half a million zebra and an accompanying cast of predators through some uniquely different eco-spheres. Firstly, we travel through the enchanted realm of Tarangire National Park to stay on a Maasai ranch where sugar-pink flamingos fringe the lakeside. Next, we journey down into the vast basin of the world-famous Ngorongoro Crater, where we stay in a stone-built lodge that clings high on the very crater’s rim. Finally, having taken in a visit to the birthplace of mankind at Ol Duvai Gorge, we arrive on the endless plains of the Serengeti, where we spend six glorious days in the exploration of this vast yet uniquely diverse wilderness arena. Thereafter, the direction the safari takes depends on the time of year at which you join us. If you arrive in FEBRUARY, then we will follow the herds south to witness the extraordinary spectacle of the calving in the SOUTH of the Serengeti National Reserve. In either case, this safari travels by road and is accompanied by our experienced driver guides of the highest proficiency.

Wildlife Highlights: wildebeest, lion, elephant, buffalo, leopard, cheetah, hippos, crocodiles, zebra, antelope, gazelle, impala, waterbuck, topi, eland, plains game, giraffe, black and white rhino

Accommodation: Mt Meru Hotel, Tarangire Acacia Luxury Camp, Ngorongoro Serena Lodge, Baobab Serengeti Camp, Chaka camp

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The annual migration of the wildebeest represents the single largest movement of wildlife on planet earth. Dramatic, awe-inspiring, comic and tragic alike, it has been dubbed ‘The Eighth Wonder of the Natural World’ and the ‘Greatest Wildlife Show on Earth.’ Neither title does full justice to the enormity and grandeur of an event that sees multiple herds of 20,000 and more wildebeest careering across the glory of the African savannah in great galloping chains of blue-black creatures.

The MigrationAn ever-revolving cycle of birth, life and death, the 800 km path of the migration is dictated by the hunt for fresh grass and consequently covers both the Serengeti National Reserve of Tanzania and the Masai Mara National Reserve of Kenya. For this, exceptionally focussed safari, however, our progress is dictated by the movement of the migration itself. As a result, we follow over a million wildebeest, half a million zebra and an accompanying cast of predators through some uniquely different eco-spheres. Firstly, we travel through the enchanted realm of Tarangire National Park to stay on a Maasai ranch where sugar-pink flamingos fringe the lakeside. Next, we journey down into the vast basin of the world-famous Ngorongoro Crater, where we stay in a stone-built lodge that clings high on the very crater’s rim. Finally, having taken in a visit to the birthplace of mankind at Ol Duvai Gorge, we arrive on the endless plains of the Serengeti, where we spend six glorious days in the exploration of this vast yet uniquely diverse wilderness arena. Thereafter, the direction the safari takes depends on the time of year at which you join us. If you arrive in FEBRUARY, then we will follow the herds south to witness the extraordinary spectacle of the calving in the SOUTH of the Serengeti National Reserve. In either case, this safari travels by road and is accompanied by our experienced driver guides of the highest proficiency.

Wildlife Highlights: wildebeest, lion, elephant, buffalo, leopard, cheetah, hippos, crocodiles, zebra, antelope, gazelle, impala, waterbuck, topi, eland, plains game, giraffe, black and white rhino

Accommodation: Mt Meru Hotel, Tarangire Acacia Luxury Camp, Ngorongoro Serena Lodge, Baobab Serengeti Camp, Chaka camp

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