Want to see the Serengeti Migration or the Masai Mara migration in Africa for the years 2019, 2020 or later than that? The annual great wildebeest’s migration involves the moving of the wildebeests, zebras, lions and many animals from the famous Serengeti national park in Tanzania to the renowned Masai Mara game reserve in Kenya. It’s been dubbed the world’s biggest mammal migration and one of the seven natural African wonders. Every year over a million wildebeests, gazelles, zebras and their predators like lions cross over to Kenya for better grazing. These are some of the the great migration animals you will see. You have to communicate to us so that we inform you of the exact masai mara and serengeti migration dates. The scene is very dramatic and unforgettable. January to February is the best time to see wildebeests in Serengeti national park. This is the time the young ones are produced then move towards the magnified lake Victoria during March and April and to the Masai Mara in June or July crossing the mighty Mara river flooded with hundreds of crocodiles. Between February and march every year, half a million wildebeests are born in Serengeti with about 8000 born each day in February. Interestingly, the wildebeests and zebras eat different parts of the same type of grass this is the reason they graze peacefully together. Serengeti national park is endowed with diversity of plants and animals boasting with the oldest ecosystem in the world. During the great wildebeest’s migration, crocodile lovers have great opportunities of seeing the giant Nile crocodiles systematically lying within the river banks waiting to catch their prey. The Serengeti wildebeest migration is one of the best experiences you can see whilst on your Tanzania safaris. Find affordable migration safaris below.