Looking to watch the great wildebeest migration? AA Africa has launched its updated safari tours for Tanzania. The company’s great wildebeest migration tours offer the chance to see the movement of huge herds of wildlife.
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Augustine’s Adventure Africa (AA Africa) has launched its updated wildlife safari tour packages for Tanzania. The company’s great wildebeest migration tour packages offer the chance to see the movement of huge herds of wildlife in the Serengeti.
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The newly launched updated tour packages follow the migration of 1.5 million wildebeests, 600,000 zebras, and 400,000 Thomson gazelles as they travel to find water and green grass. The migration is an ongoing movement throughout the year, as the wildlife relocate to different regions of the Serengeti every couple of months. In February and March it is possible for you to see the birth of calves, while August to October allows for you to watch the herds cross the Mara River.
AA Africa’s Ndutu Wildebeest Migration Escape is one of its most popular safaris. The safari follows the great wildebeest migration across the Ndutu Plains and includes 2.5 days of wildlife watching in the Serengeti. The nine-day tour also allows for pink flamingos to be viewed in Arusha National Park. Also included is a visit to a ground water forest that is the home of baboons and tree climbing lions. The package also includes viewing the rare black rhino in the Ngorongoro Crater.
The company’s deluxe Kirawira Wildebeest Migration Escape is another top choice. In addition to watching the great wildebeest migration, there is also the opportunity for you to do bird watching at Tarangire National Park. The safari also allows for viewing giant crocodiles and large schools of hippos in River Grumeti. You can read more about AA Africa’s tour packages here https://finance.yahoo.com/news/tanzania-private-safari-tour-packages-022500515.html.
Another favorite is the Mara River Wildebeest Migration Escape. Along with watching the great wildebeest migration, there is also the chance for you to view one of the world’s highest concentrations of elephants at Tarangire National Park. The safari also visits the Olduvai Gorge, which is known as the ‘Cradle of Mankind’. The 11-day safari also includes a visit to a Maasai village.
AA Africa Safari Escapes uses high quality Toyota land cruisers with pop up roofs and each vehicle has seven window seats, fitted with VHF radio communication, charging system outlets, and a fridge to keep drinks cold.
All wildebeest migration escapes are led by professional naturalist guides, who provide comprehensive lectures and talks on natural history, including the general ecology of wildebeest migration and how the movements of more than two million ungulates affects the population dynamics of carnivores in the Serengeti-Mara ecosystem.
After this wildebeest migration escape in the Serengeti plains, it is also possible for you to add a four night extension to Zanzibar. The island is a popular getaway that boasts history and beautiful beaches. Stone Town, a world heritage site, is located on Zanzibar Island, and is the old city and cultural heart of Zanzibar where little has changed in the last 200 years. For adventure travelers, water sports, such as scuba diving and snorkeling are possible.
AA Africa follows the Standard Operating Procedures (SOPs) regarding Covid-19 as provided by the Government of Tanzania through its Ministry of Health. The company’s top priority is to ensure your safety during the pandemic. All vendors in the tourism sector comply with the stated safety guidelines.
It is recommended that you book safaris one year ahead for best choice of accommodation, although six months in advance is also possible. Bookings can be made up to one month before arrival date but will depend on the availability of accommodation.
You can get more information about AA Africa by visiting https://aaafrica.net or you can call +255 787 477 144.