Seronera - central Serengeti, is the airstrip which most safari visitors use when they visit to see the annual migration
Tarangire National Park known for its ancient baobab trees, large family herds of elephants, prolific bird life and dry season concentrations of wildlife
Ngorongoro Crater is a World Heritage Site and one of the world's largest inactive and un-flooded volcanic calderas with a rich diversity of wildlife and the famous paleontological site of Olduvai Gorge nearby
Lamai wedge a remote section of the northern Serengeti across the Mara River which is especially good towards the end of the season
Wokakuria plains a northern sector of the park known for its oribi antelope and cheetah, usually devoid of crowds
Mara River, Tanzania - dramatic wildebeest crossings are most likely to witnessed towards the end of the dry season during September and October
Manyara National Park lakeshore habitats are home to large elephant and buffalo herds and over 380 recorded bird species. The park's incredible fauna and flora have qualified it as a World Biosphere Reserve.
The annual migration in December
The migration started leaving Kenya's Maasai Mara in November. It moves quickly south down the Loliondo boundary. The rains have started and fresh grass covers the southern plains.
The annual migration in January
The migration is settled in the short grass lands on the southern plains. Game moves into the Ngorongoro Crater. Zebra are foaling.
The annual migration in February
Over 2 million wildebeest, zebra, gazelles, eland and predators are in the Serengeti plains. Wildebeest are dropping foals.
The migration during March
The heavy rains are approaching and the short grass plains are starting to take strain.
The annual migration in April
The migration starts moving slowly through woodlands towards the western corridor as the long or heavy rains set in. The wild flowers come out in full bloom.
The annual migration in May
The migration follows the Mbalageti river towards the Grumeti Controlled Area where the long grass plains and woodlands provide food.
The annual migration in June
The rains are ending and the dry season is approaching as the migration crosses the Grumeti River - the Grumeti crocodiles enjoy their annual feast.
The annual migration in July
The migration moves north east through the Grumeti towards the Ikorongo Controlled Area. Some migratory animals move towards the Lobo area.
The annual migration in August
Most of the migration is concentrated in the Ikorongo area where the Mara is crossed to get into the sweet grasses of the Masai Mara.
The annual migration in September
The migration moves into Kenya's Maasai Mara in search of water and fresh grazing.
The annual migration in November
The migration starts moving south in anticipation of the new seasons rains which are usually about to start.
The annual migration in October
The Serengeti is near the end of the dry season, water is available in the Maasai Mara.
Ruaha National Park created as part of the Rungwa Game Reserve in 1964, it's now Tanzania's largest park at 20226 km2, best known for elephants, large mammals and predators in the dry season.
Ruaha by PJ van Erp CCA-SA 2.5
Selous Game Reserve originally protected in 1896 it's now a UNESCO World Heritage Site covering over 54600 km2
Rufiji elephants by Panii CCA-SA 3.0
Katavi National Park created in 1974, it's Tanzania 3rd largest park at 4471 km2, extremely remote and less frequented by visitors than other Tanzanian national park.
Mahale Mountain National Park opened in 1985, arguably the best and most reliable place to see wild chimps anywhere in Africa