The Great Migration is the largest mass movement of mammals on earth and takes place every year in East Africa. Now that summer is here, it is the best time to see the herd of wildebeest and other herbivores arrive in the Maasai Mara. East Africa Adventure Tours and Safaris offer a Masai Mara Migration tour so that you can see perhaps the most spectacular natural phenomenon in the whole of Africa.
Personalised Masai Mara Migration Safari
Each year around two million animals move from the Serengeti National Park in Tanzania to the Masai Mara over the course of July to September. This is due to the luscious grasslands that await at the Masai for the animals to graze on when the dry season hits. Witnessing such an awe-inspiring event should be a personal experience that is tailored to you, which is why here ate East Africa Adventures, we can customise each safari so that it suits your requirements.
Whilst the Great Migration is something to behold, we understand that your time in East Africa might be short and there is a lot to see and do. Our four-day excursion is great for those who want to include a tour as part of their trip but want to save time to do their own thing later. Your meals and accommodation will be catered for as we take you on guided game drives to watch as the wildebeest cross different terrains to get to the Masai Mara. The East Africa Adventure team will also pick you up from your hotel to begin your own great expedition! Have a look at our Four Day Masai Mara Migration Safari here.
However, there is no harm in staying a little longer and seeing some of the sights, such as the Masai Mara reserve, Lake Nakuru, Amboseli National Park and Tsavo East. So why not have a look at our Eight Day Masai Mara Safari for a once in a lifetime adventure?
Get in touch with East Africa Adventures
If you would like to start your East African adventure with us, then feel free to get in touch with our team who can help curate the perfect safari for you. Call us directly on +254 722 106 172 to speak to on of our expert guides or contact us online for a call back at your earliest convenience. Masai Mara not your thing? Don’t worry, you can take a look at our range of safaris here.