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Great Migration, Kogatende Serengeti


Wildebeest migration peaks as July arrives in Kogatende Serengeti. Thick herds of this species, as well as other wildlife such as zebras, will be seen during the Serengeti National Park great migration. This month is the best time for drives, as there would be little to no precipitation, and wildlife can be easily spotted near bodies of water. At the Seronera River Valley, you can usually find groups of animals like elephants and gazelles, as well as predators like lions, hyenas, cheetahs, and leopards. Stepping in the fields of Olduvai Gorge, where 2 million-year-old human fossils were found, is an experience you must not miss at the Serengeti National Park. Luxurious adventures are also available in this destination such as Air Safari, where you can go on a balloon safari in Serengeti and appreciate the beauty of the park from the top view. Visiting the Maasai village must also be in your adventure list, a place to learn the culture and traditions of the Maasai.


Masai Mara, Kenya


July is a great month to plan your trip to Masai Mara. The rainy season has passed, and the great migration begins at this time of year. Masai Mara is Kenya’s top reserve, which is a staple in itineraries of many safari-goers. There are tons of wildlife to see in this destination, and the number of animals grows even more prominent up to this day. July is a good time for games, which bears little to no precipitation with a colder climate than summer. You can encounter the Big 5 on your adventure at Masai Mara, as well as witness a wide selection of birdlife on lakes and damps. Hippos and buffalos can also be seen dipping in the Talek River. Luxurious camps within the area accept accommodations this month, but the rates can be lower than the earlier part of the year. Masai Mara is an excellent destination especially if you dream of an unforgettable great migration Kenya safari.


Queen Elizabeth National Park, Uganda


Your trip to Uganda wouldn’t be complete if you will not see the Queen Elizabeth National Park. It’s the home of hundreds of animals like cape buffalos, waterbucks, lions, warthogs, leopards, giant forest hogs, hyenas, and elephants. About 95 species of mammals and more than 612 variety of birds nestle in the Queen Elizabeth National Park. Tons of tourists and photographers choose this destination as a favorite as it unites them with nature. Around the area, there are many choices for accommodations where you can also get stunning views of the Mweya Peninsula and Kazinga Channel. Different kinds of wildlife gather in the mentioned places. If you're planning to have an adventure at the Queen Elizabeth National Park, July is a great time to do it.