Instagram Travel Photography: The Serengeti Wet Season


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The Serengeti Wet Season

Serengeti National Park, Tanzania

Instagram Travel Photography - Serengeti Wet Season

Going on safari in Tanzania is an amazing experience no matter when you go, but visiting places like the Serengeti National Park can be a very different experience depending on what time of year you visit.

For instance, during the dry season (June – October) the weather is very dry, which makes animals easier to spot as they tend to congregate near the remaining watering holes. This is also the best time to see the great Wildebeest Migration, with large numbers in the North end of the park in August and September. However, this also tends to be the busiest and most expensive time of year to visit the Serengeti.

While it can get quite wet when visiting during the wet season (November – May), you will get to experience the calving season in the Serengeti if you visit during the month of February. During this time the plains are full of baby animals and the predators are very active. It is also a much less crowded and more affordable time to visit.

For more information on when and how to visit the Serengeti National Park, be sure to check out my Serengeti National Park Safari Guide linked below!



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