Wildebeest migration (crossing Mara River) and (Calving Serengeti Plains)
Every year around 1.5 million wildebeests and hundreds of thousands of zebras cross the Serengeti plains on the search of fresh food and water, creating the largest terrestrial mammal migration. During this fight for survival, many wildebeest die, usually victims of the many predators that lie on the way and from exhaustion and starvation.
Often considered one of the Seven Wonders of the Natural World, the annual wildebeest migration across the plains of the Serengeti is the greatest wildlife spectacle on Earth.
On a migration safari, you can follow the steps of the wildebeests and zebras in the Serengeti National Park. To help plan your Serengeti safari, the following map shows the typical movements of the wildebeest migration:
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