(Home to the Greatest Wildebeest Migration)

How does it feel to experience dawn and dusk in the worlds best National Park? Here uncovered the privilege of the Tanzania’s endless plain as the term ‘Serengeti’ originated from the Maasai tribe.

The land has about 30,000sq kilometers accommodating over 70 species of earth’s biggest mammals, 500 bird species, and diverse habitats like riverine forests, swamps, Savannah grasslands and woodlands.

If you are not a watcher of nature, by any chance Serengeti will steal your glance and be one at least to have a capture of the unique species like bright green and yellow Fischer’s lovebirds or the Kori bustard with their impressive white beards.
The land can be split into the following major parts, namely;

-The Southern Central Serengeti Plains.
Seronera is the oldest camping site in the Serengeti that will let you experience a little interaction between the Flora and Fauna. Seronera is the popular point for balloon safaris in the Serengeti central. It is the predator capital of the world with Cheetahs, Leopards and Lions. Moru site is a home of about 25 black rhinos too.

-The Southern Plain & Lake Ndutu.
Here’s the classical part of the Serengeti a place of the ancient footsteps of the earliest man, open for elands, wildebeests and ostriches. It is the low season paradise.

-The Western Corridor.
What a stretch from the Lake Victoria along the Grumeti River. Root of the Great Wildebeest Migration and a home of crocodiles easily accessible from May to July. In extension, the Grumeti area is the ‘private’ game reserve area that allows a night walk for visitors with their guides.

The other popular and unique angle of the land is the Northern area with the River Mara; the border cross area of the wildebeest and zebras between July and September.