Located in the southwest sector of the larger Serengeti ecosystem, Ndutu Conservation Area is most well known for game viewing during the great migration. This migration of wildebeest and zebra generally flow through this area from December through to February or March. During this time the animals gather to eat the lush short grasses after the rains. This is also when most of the herds' babies are born. Migration times can vary depending on the availability of grasses and food.
This area is also a great location to visit in late June through to October for general game viewing. With fewer tourists game viewing becomes more a personal and private experience as you explore, track and seek out game with your guide.
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