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Updated: Sep 28, 2021

There are countless reasons to plan an African safari for your next vacation. This unique experience provides you with an excellent opportunity to see some of the most majestic animals in the world thriving in their natural habitat. When you first spot a lion lounging in the sun or a herd of elephants making their way across your path, you will feel a rush of excitement and a sense of wonder.

When you are on safari, there is a lot to take in. Regardless of which country you are visiting, you will have the opportunity to spot the Big Five (lion, leopard, rhinoceros, elephant, and Cape buffalo) and witness some remarkable interactions. However, there is one safari experience that rises above the rest. That is the Great Migration.

The Great Migration is a year-long journey of animals that are migrating through Tanzania and Kenya. This circular trek spanning 1,200 miles sees millions of zebras, wildebeest, and other antelope species make their way between the Serengeti National Park and the Masai Mara National Reserve and back. While the animals are in search of better grazing areas, you will be able to witness one of the most impressive animal migrations in the world.

This iconic African safari moment is the type of experience that every traveler wants to have. While the migration of the animals is fluid, the animals typically follow a pattern, and safari organizers can take you to some of the best vantage points to see the herds on the move. If you want a bird's eye view of all the action, a helicopter safari tour will give you unparalleled views of the migration. While a Great Migration African safari mainly focuses on the herds, you will still see giraffes, elephants, lions, and more roaming the great plains of Africa.

No matter when you book an African safari, you are sure to see more than one National Geographic photo-worthy moment. While the Great Migration is one of the most spectacular moments in the animal kingdom, there is still so much to discover throughout the year!

If you are considering an African safari for your next vacation, contact us today, and we'll help you plan your trip.

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