Serengeti National Park

The Serengeti is Africa's most famous park.

Renowned for the two million strong wildebeest ‘Great Migration’ and incredible concentrations of predators, the Serengeti is a park that guarantees an exceptional safari. The vast endless grass plains (Serengeti in Maasai) are the richest grazing grounds on the continent; home to the largest herds on the planet, and the highest concentrations of predators in Africa.

Just focusing on the Great Migration however would not be doing the park justice for it is widely believed that if you took the Great Migration out of the park, the Serengeti is still the finest park in Africa. Vast herds, huge predator concentrations, uninterrupted views, river crossings, huge lion prides, great leopard sightings, high concentration of cheetah, some of the best camps in Africa. What more do you want! The Serengeti is one of those very rare places that receives so many accolades yet manages to live up to all the hype. Surrounded by amazing tribes, such as the Masai and Hadzabe, there is even more to this park than meets the eye. In a nutshell, the Serengeti is the mother of all safari parks and the most celebrated wildlife reserve in the world. It is like a lost world. In our view there is nowhere else like it. Absolutely outstanding! Originally created to preserve the path of the Great Migration, the Serengeti and its surrounding reserves cover nearly 30,000 square kilometres. Throughout the year the huge wildebeest and zebra herds move in a clockwise direction around the plains, searching for fresh grazing grounds. To maximise your chance of viewing the herds, choosing the right accommodation, for the time of year you are travelling, is crucial. Have a read of the Great Migration page on the tool bar to gain an understanding of the movement of the herds. Seeing the migration in the Serengeti is really the best you can get from a Tanzania Safari


Serengeti offer lots of amazing activities!

The main activity in the Serengeti is daytime game driving. No night safari is permitted inside the park but there are a number of lodges found in the reserves adjacent to the Serengeti which allow this activity.
Most notable are Singita’s Grumeti Reserves (Sasakwa, Faru Faru and Grumeti Reserves Sabora) as well as Kleins Camp and the camps in the adjacent Loliondo reserve are where guests can night drive. Walking is also possible outside the park, and a couple of camps in the far North of the park allow for walks within the park
boundaries. Alex Walker’s Serian is the only camp in Southern Serengeti area permitted to walk. Speak to us for the most up to date information on walking inside the Serengeti as the rules change all the time. There are no boating


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