One reason why for many guests Serengeti is on their bucket list, is the desire to witness the incredible spectacle of the Great Migration. Two million wildebeest make their long journey from the Southern region, where their calves are born between January to May, towards the Maasai Mara in the North. Then, with the beginning of the short rains in late October, the migration makes its way back into the Serengeti. By December, the herds trek past Seronera to return to their calving grounds again, and the circle is complete.
Where static camps may catch a glimpse of this astounding event depending on their location, Siringit Migration Camp travels with the herd. From December to March the Migration Camp is in Ndutu area in Southern Serengeti and from June to October in the Kogatende area in Northern Serengeti. Spectacular and close-up views of the Migration are thereby guaranteed. Avoiding long drives, the camp is conveniently located close to the airstrips but in quiet locations with amazing views. The beautifully designed tents made of custom-designed and handstitched canvas feature hot showers, flush toilets and double vanity, ensuring even the most discerning guests will feel comfortable. A not-to-be-missed experience is certainly the dining on the Mara River banks or perhaps a hot air balloon ride.