The quintessential African safari experience and nature’s greatest spectacle, the Great Migration is a sight to behold. From July to November each year, over two million wildebeest, zebra and gazelle embark on a cyclical movement through the Mara, driven by rainfall and lush grazing. Throughout the journey, this wildlife face dangerous threats such as crossing rivers teeming with sinister crocodiles and an abundance of predators always in their shadow. Short summer rains begin in November and the wildebeest move south to their Serengeti calving grounds. However, the ample resident wildlife of the Masai Mara stays in place, ensuring an unforgettable safari experience at any time of the year.