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Weather and Calving Season Sure to Start 2020 Off with a Bang

Last updated Friday, January 31, 2020 06:30 ET

The wildebeest migration is a sight thousands of tourists come to see each year in Tanzania. It's also the perfect time for hikers to climb Kilimanjaro and lovers to hit Zanzibar's white sand beaches.

Moshi, Tanzania, 01/31/2020 / SubmitMyPR /

TANZANIA, AFRICA – The wildebeest calving season runs from late January to early February, with thousands of calves born daily. Their migration happens from December to March, meaning wildebeests cross through the area in droves. It’s a sight thousands of tourists come to see each and every year.

But it’s not just wildebeest that pour into the area. This is the perfect time of year for trekkers and lovers as well. The mild, dry weather makes for an ideal time for hikers to climb Mt. Kilimanjaro! While Zanzibar offers great year-round weather, Valentine’s Day gives lovers an excuse to hit the white sand beaches before or after other wild adventures to cozy up to their partners and enjoy some oceanside romance.

Zara’s Serengeti Safari Lodge enters its second year in 2020, and is already winning awards for excellence! Wild camps such as this offer guests the opportunity to sleep on the plains safely and comfortably while giving them the up-close experience they desire from a safari.

As usual, Tanzania never disappoints travelers, giving them wildlife, adventure, relaxation, and beauty so many come to the area to experience. We predict 2020 will start with a bang and continue to thrill tourists as the year progresses. Home to Mt. Kilimanjaro, Serengeti National Park, and Zanzibar, it’s no wonder tourists migrate here like wild beasts, and Tanzania is here to greet them with open arms.


Our full-service African travel company owns and operates local hotels, lodges, and wild camps to create a truly amazing adventure-of-a-lifetime. Tanzania, the largest country in East Africa, offers a landscape for every traveler: white beaches on the coast, the Serengeti plains full of wildlife, tropical rain forests full of monkeys and brightly colored birds, and one of the world’s largest mountains, Mt. Kilimanjaro. 

With over 30 years of experience, we offer the best in trained climbing guides, accommodations, and safari operators to give a once-in-a-lifetime experience you will want to relive time and again. Find us online at https://zaratours.com.

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