Wildebeest Migration in Serengeti is a spectacular occasion that attracts travellers all year round in Tanzania.
Exclusively, some travellers come to Tanzania specifically to witness wildebeest migration unquestionably.
Tanzania national parks offer magnificent views of different wild animals, majestic nature and panoramic landscapes exclusively.
Otherway following the wildebeest migration pattern should not be only the motive behind your visit to motherland Tanzania.
Obsession and the great motive behind your plan for a safari in Tanzania can wildebeest migration, if so then you should realize the broad weather patterns across Africa and Tanzania in particular.
In particular, the weather become exceedingly unpredictable, particularly due to current global warming.
Nowadays we surprisingly encounter rainfall in the middle of deserts and crazy damaging tornados when expecting rains to fall.
In the south of the equator, Tanzania is considerably huge and its own size means that the climate varies considerably within the country.
However, in general, the main rainy season, or the ‘long rains’, lasts during March, April and May. Afternoon tropical downpours are the norm. The humidity is generally high and daily temperatures can reach the low-mid 30°s.
In Tanzania, the long dry season basically lasts through June, July, August, and September.
In particular, in October is when rainfall becomes unusual even on the island and inland regions. The temperatures vary largely with altitude and location. However, it is normally fine, with clear skies and sunny weather all around and the best time to visit Tanzania.
During the month of November and December, there’s another rainy season, particularly the ‘short rains’. These are much lighter than the predominant rains and less reliable.
If it rains during the short rains, then it dries up for a few months and in January and February. Tanzania’s ‘short dry season’ takes its course before starting to rain again unevenly in March.
The Best Time To See The Great Wildebeest Migration
Many tourists and travellers visit Tanzania to enjoy Serengeti’s spectacular wildebeest migration.
Predominantly linked to the rainfall, this migration of thousands of wildebeest comprised of gazelle, zebra, eland and impala takes place throughout the year, while following a considerably fair predictable pattern, as the wildebeest are constantly in a motion seeking fresh grazing and clean drinking water.
Keep in mind that, the wildebeest migration takes place all year round and the migration can be spotted in any given month of the year, so you just only need to know where to observe it in relation to the migration calendar.
Consider booking your upcoming Tanzania Wildebeest Migration tour with Afrozone Kingdom Safaris and we will take you to magnificent and appropriate places where migration can be observed at any given time of the year.