The spectacular large migration of millions of zebras, wildebeest and other wildlife in East Africa is certainly at the top of the list of safari lovers.
Every year, about 2 million animals and their infants tackle the long trek.
The animals’ journey begins on the grasslands of the Serengeti and runs clockwise in a cycle, as the pasture and water become available, to the Masai Mara National Park in Kenya.
This journey is exhausting for some animals and it is estimated that about 250 000 wildebeest do not complete the journey.
We also visit the Ngorongoro and Manyara National Parks.
The Ngorongoro Crater is an experience in itself. This crater is the world’s largest inactive, intact and unfilled volcanic caldera and is home to abundant wildlife and bird species.
The Manyara National Park is known for its lions in the trees.
Ernest Hemmingway describes it as “The most beautiful lake I have seen in Africa.”