Walk with the wildebeest migration

April 26th 2018  |   Wildlife Safaris, Travel, Countries, Experiences, Unique Experiences, Miscellaneous, Tanzania  |  by   Charlotte Opperman
Lady watching zebra and wildebeest on a mobile safari in the Serengeti, Tanzania

This June Aardvark Safaris is offering guests the opportunity to walk with the annual wildebeest migration as it crosses Tanzania’s Serengeti National Park.

Walking with the annual wildebeest migration, Serengeti National Park

Walking with the migration, Serengeti National Park

The eight-day walking safari starts in the central Serengeti and follows the path of the migrating herds into the northern Serengeti, walking between 15 – 20 kilometres per day. Hiking routes are away from tracks and vehicles, enabling guests to access areas off-limits to ‘normal’ visitors.

Watching the annual wildebeest migration at a crossing, Serengeti National Park

Watching the herds, Serengeti National Park

A comfortable mobile camp moves ahead of the group with luggage, enabling a small camp crew to get everything set up, prepare meals and ensure that guests have all that they need. This walk will be guided by Jean Du Plessis, Director of Wayo Africa which has pioneered active and unique safari options in Tanzania for the past 20 years.

Waiting for action on a ledge, annual wildebeest migration, Serengeti National Park

Waiting for action, Serengeti National Park

Dates: 22nd June – 3rd July
Available through Aardvark Safaris from £5,035 per person (based on 6 guests)
Cost includes all accommodation, meals and drinks in camp, national park fees, domestic flights and transfers, guides and Flying Doctors’ evacuation insurance.
For booking or further details visit www.aardvarksafaris.co.uk or call 01980 849 160

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