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A Breathtaking Odyssey of Wildlife

Serengeti National Park

Welcome to Serengeti National Park, a sanctuary of unrivalled natural beauty and the final bastion of a pristine grazing ecosystem. Behold expansive plains that ripple endlessly, a canvas teeming with a rhythm as ancient as time.

Annually, the Serengeti hosts a spectacle like no other – the Great Wildebeest Migration. Witness over 1.2 million wildebeests, zebras, and antelopes chart their timeless course across the vastness, driven by an innate quest for sustenance and survival, painting a vivid narrative of nature’s indomitable spirit.

As this saga unfolds, the savanna becomes a theatre of life and death. Mighty lions and cunning hyenas shadow the vast herds while lurking beneath the waters; the Nile’s titanic crocodiles await their moment of destiny.

Recognised as a World Heritage site, the Serengeti stands as a symbol of Africa’s rich biodiversity. The Maasai aptly named it the “endless plains,” It is a sanctuary teeming with the highest concentration of plains animals globally.

Spanning 14,763 sq km, the Serengeti cradles over 4 million large mammals within its embrace, offering a sanctuary of unbridled freedom. Here, you can encounter 35 species of plains animals and spot over 400 distinct bird species adorning the African sky.

Reasons to visit Serengeti National Park

  • Immerse yourself in a unique savanna ecosystem teeming with two million large mammals and a diverse array of East African plains species.
  • Bear witness to the phenomenal Great Wildebeest Migration.
  • Encounter Africa’s iconic predators in their natural habitat.
  • Revel in the park’s breathtaking natural beauty, characterised by expansive, grassy plains and scenic kopjes.
  • Discover why it is consistently rated as a top safari destination.

What to Do

  • Embark on thrilling game drives and birdwatching expeditions.
  • Soar above the plains on a balloon safari for an unparalleled perspective.
  • Traverse the savannah on guided nature trails through Naabi Hill.

Getting There

  • Conveniently accessible by road from Arusha.
  • Avail daily scheduled flights from Arusha, Zanzibar, or Dar es Salaam.

Best Time to Visit

  • The park is a year-round destination.
  • Optimal wildlife viewing occurs during the dry season (late June to October), with the wildebeest migration being the pinnacle experience.
  • Witness the dramatic river crossings (best seen from June to August) and the wildebeest calving season (late January to March).


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