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Serengeti National Park

About Serengeti National Park:

Serengeti National Park is one of the most popular national parks in Tanzania and one of the most renowned wildlife sanctuaries in the world. The park is located in the northern part of Tanzania and covers an area of approximately 14,763 square kilometers (5,700 square miles).

The name "Serengeti" comes from the Maasai language and means "endless plains," which accurately describes the vast grasslands that cover much of the park. The Serengeti ecosystem is home to an abundance of wildlife, including the "big five" - lions, leopards, elephants, rhinos, and buffalo. Other animals that can be found in the park include zebras, giraffes, wildebeests, hyenas, cheetahs, and various species of antelopes. The park is also famous for the annual wildebeest migration, where over two million wildebeests, zebras, and gazelles move across the plains in search of fresh grazing grounds. This migration is one of the most spectacular wildlife events in the world and is a popular attraction for tourists visiting Tanzania.

Apart from the wildlife, Serengeti National Park also offers breathtaking landscapes, including open savannah plains, acacia woodlands, and riverine forests. The park is home to the Seronera River, which provides water for wildlife throughout the year and is a popular spot for game viewing.

Visitors to the park can enjoy a range of activities, including game drives, hot air balloon safaris, bush walks, and cultural tours to the nearby Maasai villages. The park also has a variety of accommodations, including luxury lodges, tented camps, and campsites, making it a suitable destination for different types of travelers.

Serengeti National Park is a unique and stunning destination that offers an unforgettable wildlife experience. It is a must-visit destination for nature lovers, wildlife enthusiasts, and anyone seeking a once-in-a-lifetime safari adventure.

Best Time to Visit

The best time to visit Serengeti National Park depends on your interests and what you want to experience. Generally, the park is accessible year-round, but the best time to visit is during the dry season from June to October.

During this time, the weather is generally dry, and the wildlife tends to congregate around water sources, making it easier to spot them. This makes the dry season the best time for game viewing and photography.

Additionally, the wildebeest migration occurs in the park from around January to March and then again from July to October. If you want to witness this natural spectacle, you should plan your visit around those months

The wet season, which runs from November to May, can also be a good time to visit. The park is lush and green during this time, and many species give birth to their young, making it a prime time for wildlife viewing. However, the rain can make some parts of the park inaccessible, and the humidity and heat can be challenging for some visitors.


14,763 km2

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Northern Tanzania

What To Do

Hot air balloon safaris, Walking safaris, Cultural visits, Wildlife migration, Bird watching


Here are the Activities you can do at Serengeti National Park:

  • Hot air balloon safaris
  • Walking safaris
  • Cultural visits
  • Wildlife migration
  • Bird watching
  • Picnicking
  • Night drives


Serengeti National Park is home to a vast array of wildlife that you can see during your visit, including:

  • The Big Five: Lions, leopards, elephants, buffaloes, and rhinoceroses.
  • Wildebeest Migration: From June to October, millions of wildebeest and zebras migrate from the southern Serengeti to the northern part of the park, providing a spectacular wildlife experience.
  • Cheetahs: Serengeti has one of the highest concentrations of cheetahs in Africa, and you can often see these sleek and speedy predators hunting on the savannah.
  • Giraffes: With their towering height and unique spotted patterns, giraffes are a common sight in the park.
  • Hippos and Crocodiles: The park's rivers and lakes are home to large populations of hippos and crocodiles, which can be seen basking in the sun or wallowing in the water.
  • Birds: With over 500 bird species, including ostriches, secretary birds, and vultures, the park is a paradise for bird watchers.


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