Ndutu and

Great Migration

QG6A6682.jpg
QG6A6384.jpg

This safari takes us to one of the best areas to observe and photograph the wildlife of the world, the plains of the south of Serengeti in the Ndutu Area at the moment when more than a million wildebeest are here to give birth to their young. Here the short grass plains come to life during the wet season.

 

New shoots of grass appear and the wildebeest come back from the north after their search for pastures in the dry season. This herb is especially rich in sales and minerals, it provides ideal conditions to raise their newborns. Predators, of course, take advantage of this proliferation of young animals that trot along the plains accompanying their mothers.

 

We will focus on big cats. We will spend our time looking for the best opportunities to see those wonderful animals hunting to feed their little ones.

 

This area is very good for lions, Cheetahs and leopards but it’s also interesting for servals, caracals, striped hyenas, bat-eared foxes and a lot of different animals.

 

We will divide our time between the Ndutu Lake area, in the Ngorongoro Conservation Area and South Plains in the Serengeti National Park.

 

DATES:  FEBRUARY 08th - 15th

PLACE: TANZANIA / Ndutu Area / Central Serengueti

DURATION: 8 Days

PRICE: 5,420$ (Private room)

Max.: 3 pax. (maximum of 4 guests if 2 couples decide to share the same row of seats)

LANGUAGE: English / Spanish

AVAILABILITY: 3

Link full Information

INCLUDED

-4x4 Vehicles , local guide and photographer.

-Internal flight: Seronera - Arusha.

-Transfers to the airports

-All meals and lodges/tented camps

-Drinks during the safaris

-Flying Doctor Insurance

- Park fees Ndutu / + 2 days in the Serengueti

 

NOT INCLUDED

-VISA if necessary

-Travel Insurance

-International Flights

-Drinks during lunch and dinner in lodges/tented camp

-Tips for camp staff and guides

​If you are a closed group we offer the possibility of adapting the itinerary and

   dates* according to needs.

   * That will vary the budget.