A seasonal review of the places to view the Great Wildebeest Migration in East Africa and an outline on where to stay to watch the spectacle first hand.
THE GREAT MIGRATON
Tsala Treetop Lodge
Pay 2 Stay 3 + One complimentary dinner per person (15 Apr - 30 Sep 2020)
Garden Route, South Africa
Amanzi Camp & Anabezi Luxury Tented Camp
Stay 4 Pay 3 (01 May - 15 Nov 2020)
Lower Zambezi Special Offer
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Hwange National Park
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Mana Pools National Park
Mana Pools National Park is one of Zimbabwe’s most lush and flourishing regions, designated as the country’s second World Heritage Site and known as one of the continent’s premier game-viewing regions.
South Luangwa National Park
Bordering the Luangwa River, the northern and southern Luangwa National Parks contain some of the most breathtaking and untouched wilderness in Africa.
Victoria Falls (Zimbabwe)
One of the original natural wonders of the world, the Victoria Falls is a World Heritage Site and an extremely popular tourism attraction.
Bwindi Impenetrable Forest
Located in southwestern Uganda, the Bwindi Impenetrable Forest is said to be Africa’s oldest rain forest. It is world-renowned for its excellent gorilla-sighting opportunities.