The Great Migration

Serengeti National Park (Tanzania)

An epic mobile camp safari along the routes of the great wildebeest migration, to witness in the front row one of the most extraordinary natural spectacles on the planet.

In the areas of Kogatende, Western Corridor, Moru Kopjes and Ndutu, respectively in the North, West, center and South of the Serengeti National Park.


From a minimum of 3 days.


Serengeti Safari Camp, a mobile camp equipped with 6 “Meru” style tents with en-suite eco-flush toilet and bucket shower.


Game drives in 4×4 open vehicles.


The park stands out for the diversity of habitats, the high concentration of cats and hosts one of the most fascinating natural spectacles on the planet: the “Great Migration”. Every year about two million herbivores, mostly wildebeest, migrate inside the park following the rains in search of green pastures. The migration experiences two crucial moments: the period of births, between February and March, and the crossing of the Mara River between July and October.


During the dry season, from June to October and in January and February.


An essential mobile camp, but comfortable and well-finished, in perfect safari style. The Serengeti National Park: iconic landscapes, endless plains rich in wildlife and the spectacle of the great wildebeest migration. The first of its kind, the camp moves to different locations following the migration and its guides know every corner of the park.