Kenya and Tanzania
An Exclusive Migration Safari
See the Great Migration take center stage on this exclusive Great Migration Safari by Ker & Downey. Follow the millions of wildebeest, zebra, and gazelle herds as they make their annual pilgrimage from Kenya’s Masai Mara to Tanzania’s Serengeti. The African wildebeest migration lets you experience the world’s oldest ecosystem and one of the most life-changing spectacles in true Ker & Downey comfort. Thrilling and unforgettable, no wonder it remains one of the biggest bucket-list spectacles in the world. Indeed, nothing compares to witnessing the Great Migration in person.
First begin your Great Migration Safari at Rekero Camp, a seasonal outpost in the Masai Mara. This intimate nine-tent accommodation is ideally located near the confluence of the Mara and Talek River. It therefore offers front row access to the wildebeests and zebras as they trample past.
You will then travel to the 50,000-acre Naboisho Conservancy in the far east of Kenya’s Masai Mara. Here, Naboisho Camp offers Masai-led expeditions on foot and vehicle. Head into the wilderness of lion, cheetah, elephant, giraffe, and a host of plains game.
Next, your Great Migration safari continues across the border in Tanzania’s Serengeti National Park. This UNESCO World Heritage Site and Wonder of the World boasts 1.5 million hoofed animals and the largest concentration of large mammals.
Upon arrival, receive your first introduction to the Serengeti at Sayari Camp. This is one of the few permanent camps in the largely untouched northwestern Serengeti. Due to its position near the Mara River, it features a year-round concentration of wildlife. It also has remarkable proximity to the Great Migration.
Finally, see the Great Migration at Singita Mara River Tented Camp. This luxury tented camp rests in the perfect position on the Mara River in the Lamai Triangle. While here, enjoy yet another front row seat to the annual migration crossing on guided game drives and romantic stargazing safaris deep in the African savannah.