In January and February every year, about 400 000 baby wildebeest are born on the Serengeti’s southern plains during the Wildebeest Migration’s calving season. It is an astonishing spectacle and Serian’s Serengeti Mobile Camp based near Kusini is one of the best places to experience it.
This seasonal camp is set up from mid-December to May every year. With only six tents and a dedicated guide, spotter and vehicle at your disposal, you are able to enjoy the vastness of this pristine wilderness entirely at your own pace. Located in Tanzania's Serengeti National Park, one of the earth’s last natural migration corridors and oldest ecosystems, the climate, vegetation and fauna here have remained almost unchanged for a million years.
From June to mid-November, the camp moves north to Lamai where four tents are set up to enjoy classic Migration moments: mega herds traversing the plains in search of fresh grazing, with all the ensuing dangers of hazardous river crossings and lurking lions and cheetahs.
Witness the spectacles of birth and predator action on a comfortable safari in the care of specialist guides. Daily game drives bring you alongside the majesty and drama unfolding on the savannah.