After the long rains in March and April, a transformation takes place across the Serengeti Plains, with the dusty, barren lands springing to life with lush vegetation and long grasses. The Green Season is not only one of the most picturesque times to visit Serengeti, but it is also the time that the Migration begin their journey back northwards, departing from the Southern Serengeti Plains and reaching the areas around the central Serengeti location of Four Seasons. Guests staying at the Lodge in April and May are often able to drive through the vast herds as part of half and full day game drives.
February is also the calving season for wildebeest, with up to half a million being born in just over four weeks. For these first few months, sightings of baby wildebeest can be enjoyed in the Southern and Central Serengeti – a sight that not only attracts safari-goers, but is also a hotspot for the region’s predators.
To allow guests to make the most of all that there is to see in the Park at this time, Four Seasons is offering a complimentary fourth night for all stays of three consecutive three nights or more, as part of our Stay Longer – Fourth Night Free offer.More posts from January 2017