Serengeti babies and predators in their masses: 20 Jan 18 small group departure
Fresh air and dramatic skies over lush, endless plains teeming with predators and dotted with millions of baby wildebeest and zebra is the definition of the Serengeti in late January.
It’s the start of the short rains and the calving season. Less crowded and more affordable, this is one of our very favourite seasons.
Join us on 20 Jan 2018 on an exclusive, small group departure bringing you the highlights of Tanzania’s wildlife and national parks.
We support the Serengeti De-snaring Programme
Due to the simplicity and low cost of snares, snaring is a favoured method by poachers. The Serengeti National Park (SNP) runs its own de-snaring programme. With assistance from the Frankfurt Zoological Society and tour operators in the Serengeti, one 8-man team operates in the SNP. Between April and October 2017, 7 331 snares have been removed – showing just how pervasive these snares are.
From December 1st 2017, Wild Frontiers will donate 1 USD per bed night at all our camps in the Serengeti. We don’t cut corners when it comes to our guests, and we don’t compromise on protecting the environments in which we operate. By choosing to stay with us, you will be contributing significantly to the Serengeti’s de-snaring programme.