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Kenya Tanzania Safari Map or Tourist Map

The tourist maps details Kenya Tanzania safari routes, showing you major and most popular game parks and game reserves and cities, including Nairobi, Mombasa Zanzibar, and other natural features of Tanzania and Kenya.

A stylish Kenya safari takes you to Masai Mara, Lake Nakuru, Amboseli, Tsavo East, Tsavo West, Samburu and Mount Kenya and Aberdares while a Tanzania safari combines Ngorongoro, Serengeti, Lake Manyara and Tarangire on the Northern Circuit, and Selous, Ruaha, Mikumi on the Southern Circuit.

Kenya, Tanzania and Zanzibar are Africa’s top destinations for exciting wildlife safaris, honeymoon safari and family holiday in Africa. A combined Tanzania Kenya safari is most memorably rewarding. We offer Kenya Tanzania safaris connect top game parks in both countries, allowing you to see stunning African wildlife, landscapes and sceneries.

The Migration Safari
Planning a migration safari in Tanzania or Kenya? The Kenya Tanzania maps below shows the migration route of wildebeests from Tanzania's Serengeti to Kenya's Masai Mara. Here, you are looking at two different countries in East Africa for the wildebeest migration safari – Serengeti in the South and Maasai Mara in the North.

Either destination is good at completely different times of the year – but generally the migration safari is the most popular attraction in Masai Mara and Serengeti between in July, August, September and October each year as the herds of wildebeests cross crocodile-infested The Mara River in Masai Mara in search of pasture.


The Mara River snakes across the northern tip of Serengeti National Park on its westward flow into Lake Victoria. The Mara River is most famous for the legendary wildebeest crossing, a dramatic event, which is featured in countless wildlife documentaries. Hippos abound in these dark waters, along with massive Nile crocodiles looming just below the murky surface.

Large herds of wildebeests, buffalo and zebras graze on the verdant floodplains and occasionally plunge into The Mara River to access greener pastures across the river. A giant crocodile emerges to pick off a host of the herds of wildebeest making their way across a river in Kenya's Masai Mara during their annual wildebeest migration.

The sight of wildebeests, zebras and other creatures being grabbed are a common sight on many a nature programme - but the sheer ferocity of the crocodile make these images more terrifying than ever. The unsuspecting wildebeest are no match for the deadly jaws and superior strength of this huge crocodile.

The killing machine slaughters several, but strangely, leaves them to float down the river uneaten. As the crocodiles strike, other animals are trampled under the feet of the surging herds and they get swept by the fast-flowing waters. And the predators lie in wait for the herds that make their way across a stream during their mass migration in the Masai Mara, waiting to make a kill. Some of the terrified animals that did their best to escape the clutches of the ferocious crocodile end up in the razor-sharp teeth of waiting lions, cheetahs and other predators. This breath-taking episode is best known as the survival of the fittest.

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