Mugumu & Fort Ikoma, Serengeti Tanzania
July 13th & 14th 2024

The Registration takes place at Serengeti National Park

This is your next and last chance if you miss this come next year!

2nd Day registation

This pertains Anti-poaching

The second day of the Serengeti Migration Marathon brings a different kind of excitement to Fort Ikoma, a remote outpost within the Serengeti National Park. Here, runners gather for the Anti-Poaching Run, a unique race that combines physical challenge with a commitment to conservation. The atmosphere is a blend of determination and purpose as participants prepare to run for a cause, their efforts dedicated to protecting the Serengeti’s iconic wildlife from the threat of poaching.

As the registration process unfolds, the runners’ passion for conservation is evident in their conversations and interactions. They share stories of their personal motivations, their desire to make a difference, and their admiration for the dedicated anti-poaching rangers who work tirelessly to safeguard the Serengeti’s ecosystem. The registration volunteers, inspired by the runners’ enthusiasm, work with even greater dedication, ensuring that every participant is well-prepared for the race ahead.

The Anti-Poaching Run is more than just a physical challenge; it is a symbol of solidarity with those who protect the Serengeti and a testament to the power of individual action in making a positive impact on the world. As the runners gather at the starting line, their determination is palpable, their hearts filled with a sense of purpose that transcends the personal goal of completing the race. They are running for the Serengeti, for the wildlife, and for a future where the Serengeti’s natural wonders remain untouched.