Kenya & Tanzania

Each year, in July and August, the Serengeti – the name given to the region of northern Tanzania and parts of Kenya – is home to the world’s largest terrestrial mammal migration. You can view endless swathes of wildebeest and zebra journeying across the landscape, offering prey for the two countries large lion and land predator populations. As one of the official Seven Natural Wonders of Africa, this trip will leave you in awe of the ruthless beauty of nature.

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