Hello Katarina, if you want to see lots of animals including the migration, of course, your best bet would be Tanzania. By June, the migration should be in full swing as the herds make their way from the plains to their transitional range located in the Western Serengeti. The mass movements of the migration, combined with the wildebeest rut at the beginning of June makes this an exciting time for a safari in the Serengeti. But the river crossings aren't the only spectacle. Just witnessing hundreds of animals on the plains is a sight in itself. Particularly because they attract many of Africa's impressive predators. Lions, leopards, hyenas and wild dogs follow the herds and give safari goers excellent chances of seeing a kill in action.
Being a natural event, the migration changes year to year in both timing and location. Our driver/guides who are on their trips keep us fully apprised as to the location of the migration. Please feel free to contact us for further information at email@example.com or visit us at www.rickshawtravels.com
On: 21 March 2012