Category Archives: Serengeti Wildlife

Migration Update July 2015

2 July 2015

Flight Report: SERONERA 2nd July 2015 Jambo all We had a wonderful flight in the Seronera region this morning. Flight duration was 0.9 HRS with smooth drag landing in the Hyena Gorge area. Wildlife sightings Read more

Wildebeest Migration Update

10 June 2015

MARCH 2015 SERONERA. The vast herds of migrating wildebeest have arrived in Central Serengeti early this year. In March, the herds would normally be in Serengeti South and expected in the Seronera Valley area Read more

The Great Migration of Wildebeest

1 February 2015

The Great Migration of Wildebeest and Zebra are in our flying area of Serengeti South. Our passengers are daily experiencing extraordinary balloon flights floating over the huge herds and the attendant predators. The Read more

Balloo The Lion

13 October 2014

Balloo was 'adopted' as a cub by Serengeti Balloon Safaris in 2012 through a financial contribution to The Serengeti Lion Project. (follow the story of Balloo from the beginning). Being almost three years old Balloo, is reaching Read more


28 July 2014

Today on the lovely Singita Grumeti Reserve adjoining Serengeti National Park, we flew over enormous herds of migrating wildebeest and zebra. It appears that the great herds have turned back south west again. Passengers were Read more

Serengeti Balloon Safaris Wildlife

26 February 2014

SERENGETI SOUTH.  Serengeti Balloon Safaris passengers have been thrilled with some amazing flights in Serengeti South over the migration.  The majority of female wildebeest have now given birth to their calves on the short grass Read more

The Great Migration

20 December 2013

20th December 2013 Serengeti Balloon Safaris conducted their first balloon safari of this season in Serengeti South this morning. The Great Migration is well and truly here. Some 90% of the flight today was over the vast herds Read more

Good News from Serengeti!

7 February 2013

After an absence of some twenty years, it is wonderful to see wild dogs in Serengeti again. This pack of 11 healthy individuals was photographed in the Seronera area by Ivan Pascoe of Serengeti Balloon Safaris Read more