Serengeti National Park

  • A million Wildebeest each one driven by the same ancient rhythm.
  • Fulfilling its instinctive role in the inescapable cycle of life.
  • Frenzied three weeks bout of territorial conquests and mating.
  • Survival of the fittest as 40km {25milles} long columns plunge through crocodile infested waters on the annual exodus north to the Maasai Mara.
  • Relishing the species in brief population explosion that produces more than 8000 calves daily around the Ndutu before the 1000km {600miles} pilgrimage begins again.
  • Serengeti is Tanzania’s oldest and most popular national park, A UNESCO world heritage site famed for its annual migration,
  • Some three million hooves – not only wildebeest but also zebra, and gazelle-march as one in search of fresh grazing and water,
  • Even when the migration is quiet, the Serengeti offers scintillating game viewing: Smaller groups of elephants, buffalo, giraffe, and the best sighting of big predators in the continent, lion, leopard, cheetah and hyena.
  • There is also wooded hills and towering termite mound, river lined with fig tree, small lakes, plains dotted with broken kopjes, and swamps,
  • There is more not only large mammals, variety of dung beetle, lizards, and birds.
  • Size of the park is 14763sq km (5,700sq miles)


  • Great migration, Cheetah, Lion, Giraffe, Topi, Hartebeest, Elands, Hippos, Leopard, and great variety of birds.


  • Game viewing, hot air balloon, maasai rock painting and the music rock


*Grass dominates the part of the Ngorongoro conservation that borders Serengeti.
*There is two alkaline lakes in the south of the park, Lakes Masek and Ndutu, Known mainly for their population of lesser and greater flamingoes.
*The Ndutu area is known for its Cheetah sightings and the rear Wild dog sightings.
*On the Ngorongoro side off-road driving is allowed.
*Here you can have the real picture of the big predator interaction when the migration is around.


*The center of the park.
*The area is famous for its Lion and Leopard sightings.
*Best part of the park to see Cheetah during the dry season.
*The Lion research here is the second longest wildlife research in the world after the Chimps in Gombe both in Tanzania amazing.


*The western corridor begins 3miles from the Seronera and passes over the Grumeti River and beyond to a central range of hills.
*Eighteen miles before Ndabaka gate is an extensive area of black cotton soil.
*which makes rainy season travel difficult.
*The Grumeti River is known for its huge crocodiles.


*This part of the park has great game viewing year round.
*However from around mid-July to October, when the migration is generally in the area, the game viewing here is spectacular.
*Thousands of Wildebeest and Zebra gather along the Mara river to cross either to Kenya or South towards Serengeti.
*The area is one of the few places on the northern circuit to look for the rare Black Rhino.


  • Located on the southern tip of Serengeti, bordering the Ngorongoro conservation.
  • Over 8000 calves are born here every day in a space of two weeks during the calving season.
  • Off-road driving is allowed on the Ngorongoro area.
  • The area is great for photographers and big cheetah fans.


  • lion, cheetah, hyena, serval cat, caracal, elephants, and stripe hyena,


  • Alkaline lake, acacia woodland, grass plains and seasonal salt pans.


  • Offers great game viewing during the green season (December-April),
  • If you are lucky you might see the fastest animal going for its favorite food (Thomson gazelle)
  • Not crowded with safari vehicles,


  • lion, cheetah, ratel, hyena, and eland.


  • short grass plains, seasonal waters, and kopjes

Where To Stay?

Tortolis Camp
Mbuzi Mawe Tented Camp
Kubu Kubu Tented Camp
Kati Kati Tented Camp

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