Tanzania’s landscape has something special to offer any time of year, from the scorched grasslands to the swollen sky when to visit will really depend on which side of Africa you want to see. Many travelers flock here in the hopes of catching The Great Migration. This is considered one of nature’s greatest events as millions of wildebeest undertake a treacherous journey through the Serengeti seeking greener pastures. Whilst it is difficult to pinpoint the exact time of year the Great Migration takes place you are more likely to catch the wondrous event between the months of February and May.
During the downpour seasons of November and May you can find the Great Plains scarce of tourists and will be able to enjoy the peace and quiet of a private safari and lower accommodation rates.