Are you considering an African safari holiday that takes in the great wildebeest migration through the Serengeti and Masai Mara regions? We are often asked where the best place is. That all depends on the time of year, what you would prefer to witness and the budget you have to play with.
We often get asked where people should go on African safari to witness the Wildebeest migration.
For us, the migration is best and perhaps most brutal when it crosses the Mara River in the Serengeti area.
The Mara River is home to large numbers of crocodile and hippopotamus and you can only imagine the action from mid July to early November when the great herds of wildebeest are on the move.
Sayari Camp pioneers the spectacular, unspoilt northern Serengeti area and is synonymous with the most dramatic sightings right in front of your tent! This area is so remote and you are almost certain to encounter other non-migratory inhabitants like the big cats, elephant, giraffe and groups of numerous large antelopes and of course the crocodiles and hippos.
Sayari Camp has undergone a major facelift and the new camp features spacious rooms with panoramic views of the never-ending plains. The large, luscious beds, wide verandas, indoor bath and outdoor shower all look out onto the ultimate backdrop: the Serengeti.
So this is the place regardless of whether the migration is in full swing to experience the ultimate African safari from game drives, safari walks, off road driving to cultural visits to the local community.
(Sayari Camp pictured below)