Serengeti Great Migrations - 6 Steps to Answer its Ring of Nature.

Serengeti Great Migrations, 6 Steps to Answer its Ring of Nature.

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Accuse me of Selective hearing, but when it comes to unique nature covered on ever green, fauna landscape flourish to its geographic made features as Grummet River. Yes Call of nature, ring of Africa 12th nature wonder, proclaimed annual Serengeti Great Migration.

If not attentive listener you would definitely struggle to hear, I guess we all pay more attention to the things interest us. Yes the ring of Serengeti wildebeest Migration interested the World and not only Africa or Tanzania, but all friends of nature and wildlife Lover and always are on edge point on answering to visit no matter how hard we tried.

High pitched ringing. Thinking of going on a Tanzania Serengeti Wildebeest safari? You’re not alone!  Only joining the world interest.

As you may expect, before embarking on a safari, there’s much for you to learn and prepare to ensure that your first Serengeti Great  Migration safari will live up to expectations. Lucky for you, we are here to help!

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On this post, we are dishing out insights and tips that you may find useful in making the most of your Serengeti Great Wildebeest Migration Safari of a lifetime. Here are the 6 things you need to know before you go on a safari:

  1. Where to Go

It should be Tanzania, Great Migration seen in Serengeti the most throughout the year rather than Maasai Mara. Again is an enormous Country with many great destinations to visit with each one offering a unique set of wildlife, nature, and culture, Out of twelve natural wonders, three are seeing  in Tanzania, Ngorongoro Crater, Mt. Kilimanjaro and Serengeti Great wildebeest Migration.

If you’re a safari first-timer, it may be a good idea to start by checking out one of the popular safari regions in Tanzania. Alternatively, you can also easily determine destinations to consider by knowing exactly what animal species you are expecting to see during your trip.

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  1. What to See, not Only Serengeti Great Migrations but Also.

Yes, knowing your main expectation is Serengeti Great Migration to see on your safari adventure is a crucial part of planning your very own version of the perfect safari. Though Tanzania has a vast collection of wildlife, worth to note that many of its species are unique only to certain regions.

For example, the ‘Big Five’ safaris are popular amongst first-time safari goers. These safaris are tailored specifically for travelers whose second main intention is to see the Big Five animals: lions, leopard, rhinoceros, elephants and the cape buffalos. If you too are interested in seeing these five species during your visit, you will only be able to do so in Tanzania, Ngorongoro Crater, Serengeti National Park and sometimes Lake Manyara and Tarangire National Park.

If you’re interested in doing some Chimpanzee tracking, then you must list Gombe and Mahale National Park or interested in seeing Wild dogs, Crocodile or Old Stone Age History, then the Southern Tanzania- Ruaha National Park, Mikumi National Park, Selous Game Reserves or Iringa – Isimila should be on your list of top destinations to consider.

  1. When to Visit Serengeti.

When it comes to safaris, the best time to travel depends very much on the destination(s) you have chosen. Generally, it’s best to go during the dry season as water is scarce and the animals would usually gather around the few water resources that haven’t dried up. Dirt roads are also easier to navigate this time of year (during the rainy season, some areas may be flooded, making it more difficult to get around). This is why you can expect to see a lot more animals you hope to see during your visit. Note that since the dry season is considered the peak season for safaris it’ll likely to come with a heftier price tag.

If you’re expecting to observe wildlife migration, be sure to also take the time of the year into consideration. At the Serengeti National Park, for example, the great Wildebeest migration is also at its best for viewing during the dry season (late June to September).

  1. Where to Stay

Thanks to the popularity of safari travel, when it comes to accommodation, there are plenty of choices to choose from. If you are looking to be pampered, luxury Tanzania safari, tours offer accommodations such as five-star resort hotels or outdoor luxury camps. Alternatively, should you prefer a more wallet-friendly yet comfortable lodging options, treehouses, and campsites are great choices to consider.

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  1. How to Get Around

Most first-time safari-goers opt for guided safaris where along with professional guides, will be driven around in a 4WD vehicle to the best (and safest) spots for observing the wildlife in their natural habitat.

If you’re feeling more active and adventurous, you can opt for alternative options such as going on horse-back, a canoe, or Mt. udzungwa hiking to hot spring Water fall. You can even choose walking safaris and self-driving safaris where you can explore Tanzania’s vast grounds on your own and at your own pace.

ABOUT THE AUTHOR, Deo Boniface.

Deo is a contributing writer at Ittb.co.tz. A lover of travel and animals, he passionately believes that the wildlife and nature should be not only appreciated but also preserved and fiercely protected.

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