Serengeti National Park


Serengeti National Park is an iconic eco region in Tanzania that is most famously known for the sighting of The Great Migration. It is part of the Serengeti ecosystem which is one of the Seven Natural Wonders of Africa and one of the Ten Natural Travel Wonders of the World.
Serengeti which translates into English as “Endless plains,” is a Maasai word which they named when they used to graze their livestock in here and, according to them, the land run forever and never seems to be ending, which only signifies the vastness of this area.
The Great Migration move from north through the park area seeking new pasture lands towards southern plains and then venture into Kenya. The vast Serengeti National Park, pasture lands, and rivers like Mara and Grumeti perfectly accommodate the wildebeests who spend somewhere close to six to seven months in this park. Apart from that, the Big Five can be easily spotted here along with cheetahs, hyenas, monkeys, and porcupines.
The landscapes of this place mostly consist of grassland plains, savannas, forests, woodlands, hills, and rivers. Among the unique sights, calving by wildebeests and chasing and hunting by predators are a major attraction.


• This park is part of Serengeti ecosystem which is located in both Kenya and Tanzania and was established in 1952.

• It has rich biodiversity and ecological significance

• It is the perfect place for spotting the great migration

• It is of great ornithological interest as it houses 500 different bird species.

• Naabi Hill is an acacia-covered hill and the main entrance to this park ideal for walking safaris and clicking Pictures.

• Hot air balloon safari is a popular activity in this park.


Serengeti, in Massai language it means to the “endless plains.” Exists in north Tanzania and extends to south-western Kenya. The region hosts the largest mammal migration in the world.

The Kilimanjaro International Airport is the closest to Serengeti National Park. Start your journey from Arusha and the most convenient way to get from Arusha to the Serengeti is by taking a small plane to one of the various airstrips in the park.
The drive from Arusha to the Serengeti is about 325km and will take about eight hours. It is a rough ride and, for a large part, over dusty roads – but the trip offers beautiful sceneries on its way to the park.

Game viewing, balloon Safari, skipping to Ngorongoro Crater, Interaction with Maasai People.

Annual Great Migration of wild beasts.

January-February is the best for the wildebeest calving and June-September for general wildlife viewing when you can have a chance of seeing the wildebeest crossing the Grumeti River.

2.5 million Mammals of Serengeti in Tanzania will be marching towards Kenya’s Massai Mara in search of fresh pasture and water. This is the biggest ever annual drama ever staged on Earth. Calving and hunting by chasing predators are the unique events to watch here.

Float in a hot air balloon over the famous Serengeti National Park with its enchanting scenery and vistas looking down to find the millions dotting over the great savannah. It is an excitement beyond imagination.

Situated in Eastern Serengeti by the Ngorongoro Conservation Area, Naabi Hill serves as Serengeti National Park’s main entrance and the walking safaris are mostly recommended here.
Naabi Hill’s walking trail, offers some of the best views of the Serengeti. This acacia-covered hill also acts as the home for a pride of lions and welcomes millions of wildebeest, zebras and gazelles during the annual Great Migration.

Maasais are the most well-known local tribe in East Africa. Learn about their customs, traditions, and lifestyle. Many Maasai villages, are called Maasai bomas. A visit to a traditional Massai boma that is made of sticks, mud, and cow manure or visiting to the village school or purchasing handicrafts and jewelries produced by members of the village are always awe-exciting.

Kopjes are interesting weathered gigantic rock formations that rise out of the central Serengeti plains like little mountains. These rock formations provide shade, small water pools, and a great vantage point for many animals, including lions, leopards, and cheetahs.Serengeti never dies.

Tanzania is loved by its vast open plains that offer some of the best game viewing in Africa…



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