Encounter the Great Wildebeest Migration

Resting in the magnificent Great Rift Valley and presided over by the majestic Mount Kilimanjaro, Kenya is characterised by hauntingly beautiful natural landscapes of forested hills, patchwork farms, wooded savanna and vast forests brimming with an extraordinary abundance of wildlife. Witness one of the most amazing wildlife sights on earth. The annual migration of wildebeest and other grazing herbivores across the Serengeti is one of the greatest spectacles in the natural world. Followed by countless predators, their endless search for food and water leads to the famous Mara River crossing, resulting in some dramatic game viewing as the 2-million-strong herd attempts to safely cross the river and reach the grazing plains.

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Cape Town – Kenya: 5h45min flight to Nairobi
Johannesburg – Kenya: 4h flight to Nairobi


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Great Migration