Great Wildebeest Migration

Greatest Wildlife Migration in Tanzania

Serengeti Great Wildebeests Migration is the world’s greatest wildlife spectacle movement remaining on earth. Every year, the vast herds of wildebeest embark on a long-distance migration that coincides with the annual rainfall patterns and grass growth. Following the short rainy season in November, the herds of wildebeest arrive to the short-grass plains of the Serengeti around November. The short-grass plains are located in the area east and south of the Seronera, around Ndutu and the northern Ngorongoro Conservation area. Herds of wildebeest and zebra can be seen across these plains as they feed on grasses which have high nutritional value. Also predators are following the migration for having easy prey.