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The Serengeti National Park is a Tanzanian National Park in the Serengeti ecosystem in the Mara & Simiyu region. You can spot on giraffes, elephants, hippos & lions. Wide spread in the area of 14750 square kilometer, the park lies in the north western Tanzania. The most popular animals among the tourists here are the Big Five (lion, elephant, rhino, leopard and buffalo).

Why to Visit Serengeti National Park?

This national park is an epic place to visit especially if you are here to see the Big Cats (Lions, Cheetahs & Leopards). It is also an incredible bird watching destinations with over 500 species to spot on. And it is best known for its migration of wildebeests and zebras.

There are so many reasons for you to visit the Serengeti National Park. The most important ones are listed below:

  • The Serengeti National Park eco-system is the oldest on the planet.
  • Over 1 million wildebeest migrate every year?
  • The Serengeti National Park holds one of the largest population of lions. Over 3000 in the eco-system.
  • You can meet Maasai, tribesmen.
  • It gives you a lot of photo capturing moments

Serengeti without a doubt creates stir in the mind of every tourist. Its beauty in the morning and its amazing sunsets will give you unforgettable moments.

You have to feel the great migration which is also known as the greatest show on the earth, being seated in your safari vehicle for a moment in silence and listening to the constant sound of the wildebeests: their intrinsic rhythm and coordination will leave you in awe.

How to get around Serengeti National Park?

The best way to reach here is a safari including other parks on the way. Our professional driver-guides are excellent in navigating the dirt roads and show you the most fascinating wildlife.

However, if you have only very few days, or do not like long distances, you can also fly straight to and from the different airstrips in Serengeti.