Each year more than six million hooves pound the legendary Serengeti plains. Triggered by the seasonal rains, more than a million wildebeest, 200,000 zebra and 300,000 Thomson’s Gazelle gather to undertake their long trek to new grazing lands. The wildebeest rutting season is a frenzied three week long bout of territorial conquests and mating, followed b survival of the fittest as the 40 km long columns plunge through crocodile infested waters on the annual exodus north. Serengeti is the most top rated park in Tanzania that it is renowned for its wealth of leopard and lion and most importantly for the Annual Migration of Wild beasts: believed to the biggest animal drama ever staged on the earth. The vast stretches of the park support the endangered black rhinos to hide and the breeding of Cheetahs alongside other diverse species, from the 500 varieties of bird to 100 different types of dung beetle. After the rains, the serengeti’s magical golden horizon is transformed into an endless green carpet, flecked with wildflowers. After the rains, the Serengeti’s magical golden horizon is transformed into an endless green carpet, flecked with wildflowers. The wooded hills, towering termite mounds, monumental rocky kopjes, and rivers lined with elegant acacia trees make this park the biggest attraction for the overseas travelers. Want to see the Serengeti Migration? The best time is to visit from December to July. To see predators, June to October are best. For the best chance of finding the migration, allow a minimum of three days.