2 days, 1 nights
Tanzania is a big country. It has main safari destinations which can be split into the north (The Serengeti and Ngorongoro Crater) or the south (The Selous and Ruaha). The north is where most tourists flock. It is comprised of the famed highlights of Tanzania
The Serengeti National Park is Africa’s most famous. It is renowned for its incredible concentrations of predators. With the Great Migration of two million grazers, a safari here is guaranteed to be exceptional. The endless grassy plains are amongst the richest grazing grounds in the African bush. Therefore home to the largest herds and the highest concentrations of predators on the planet.
On the first day, we will have a drive of 2 to 3 hours to Serengeti National park (south).
At the heart of the South Serengeti lies the world-famous Ndutu. Offering consistently the best wildlife viewing during the green season, Ndutu is strategically situated at the center of the southern plains although the immediate area is blanketed with a forest of acacia trees. Since the 1960s, Ndutu had been a favorite destination for many distinguished authors, filmmakers, and wildlife biologists.
Here, we shall have a full-day game drive in the Ndutu area with picnic lunch boxes, the short rains begin around early November. A little after this, in late November and December, the herds of the wildebeest migration arrive on the short-grass plains of the Serengeti. These are south and east of Seronera, around Ndutu, and include the north of the Ngorongoro Conservation Area. Dispersed across these plains, wildebeest, and zebra are everywhere – feeding on the fresh, nutritious grasses. The herds are stationary, increasing your chances of witnessing wildebeest births and predator interaction