11 November 2019 Live #MigrationUpdate@alexwalkerserian safari guide Jeremiah captured the last big group of the wildebeest migration crossing at Kogatende heading towards the southern Serengeti. Some herds have made it to the Mori Kopjes.
Southwest of the central Serengeti lies Moru, home to the black rhino. Moru Kopjes is home to the remaining population of black rhinos in the park. Another highlight at Moru is Gong Rock where a short walk leads to a series of Maasai paintings. Just to the east lies the saline Lake Magadi, a great spot for pink flamingos to gather.
In the next few weeks, the Serengeti Camps will start their migration move to the southern plains to get ready for their arrival.
Set off on a full-day outing with a picnic in tow. You're free to follow to the wildebeest, wherever they happen to be. Link in bio!
06 November 2019 Live #MigrationUpdate@nasikiacamps safari guide @moodieshots captured the great herds crossing the Mara River close to the Nasikia Mobile Migration Camp.
In early November, we would suggest basing yourself in the Kogatende and Lamai areas of the northern Serengeti to give yourself a chance of witnessing a late river crossing. In the second half of the month, it can be a good idea to split your time between the northern Serengeti and the central Seronera region of the park.
As the herds disperse, many will head down towards the centre of the park so if you are set on catching the herds, this would be a good combination of locations. This way, even if the herds haven’t quite made it down to central Serengeti, you would have most likely caught them in the north.
Aside from the migration, November is an excellent time to make the most of low rates and have an exceptional value Serengeti safari, with no other vehicles. Seronera is usually really busy in the peak months, so visiting here in November gives you a seriously spoiling more private stay in an area that in peak months is so popular (due to its phenomenal resident game). We’re here to help you plan a trip of a lifetime! Click the link below to sign-up to get our daily migration update straight to your inbox. Link in bio!