Tanzania offers amazing wildlife viewing throughout the year. Tanzania has more wild animals per square kilometre than any other country in Africa.
The high and peak seasons are during the dry months of the year.
There are three safari circuit with and the most frequented with visitors is the northern circuit where most trips start in Arusha and Kilimanjaro regions
The best chance for seeing the wildebeest migration is during June and July and the time to see the wildebeest calving in the Serengeti is January to February. The south of Serengeti is great place to be during the months of January to March for Wildebeest migration. The dry season (late June to October) is generally the best time for wildlife viewing throughout. The vegetation is less dense, and animals tend to congregate around rivers and waterholes. The ‘Wet’ season (November-May) is often more beautiful when the parks are green depending on the short rains starting in October/November, and visitors numbers are lower. The parks in the Southern and Western circuit are less accessible in the long rains (March to May) and some lodges and tented camps close in that period in places like Ruaha national park.