Seronera is an all year round game-viewing capital with an impressive population of bovids and predators which remain even after the spectacular hordes of blue wildebeests and zebras have migrated north. The endlessly changing landscape explains the diversity of the wildlife to be seen during your Serengeti Central Safari from the sky.
Around June, some of the wildebeest will have reached and congregated around the Grumeti River in Kirawira - Serengeti’s Western Corridor. At this point, the migration is halted or slowed down as the channels of the river prove difficult to cross giving plenty of opportunities to spot the herds on the plains and riverbanks.
Between December and March, the migrating herds return to the nutrient-rich Ndutu short grass plains for their calving season. A safari from the sky is the perfect place to witness one of nature’s most awe-inspiring spectacles.
The famous Mara River crossing begins around June and comes to a halt in November. It is considered the final perilous crossover as the herds attempt to make their way to this area where the water is reliable and the grass plentiful.
Enjoy a serene morning flight over this majestic park as you gaze down upon utopian baobab trees that tower up to 100 feet high. As you soar the skies of Tarangire, you may even spot some unbelievably majestic beautiful leopards and the famous herds of elephants.
An unsuspected oasis hidden to the North-West of the Serengeti, the Singita Grumeti Game Reserve is a well-kept secret among safari lovers. The remoteness of the site and the limited number of visitors and developments in the area have left the reserve almost completely untamed and unaffected by the touch of man. It is a peaceful Eden where the animals live wild and free to roam the broken savanna far from the throngs of tourists pouring into national parks every year.