The triangle is a beautiful stretch of plains is home to high densities of animals. During the green season, the short grass plains in this triangular shaped area are the feeding ground of a staggering number of migratory herbivores including wildebeest, zebra, gazelle and the carnivores, both great and small, which follow the migratory herds. Because there is no permanent water on these plains and because the grass withers at the onset of the dry season, much of wildlife can only subsist here during the green season.



Best Known For

• Main feeding ground for the Great Migration
• Seasonal area at it’s best from Dec – Apr
• European migrant storks in green season
• Excellent area to witness predation


80 square miles


Short Grass Plains, Small Depressions & Hollows

Main Species

Migrant Storks, Cheetah, Grant’s & Thomson’s Gazelle, Serval, Hartebeest, Wildebeest, Lion