Great Migration Land

The Serengeti is the most famous National Park in the world that offers unlimited Safari Packages in Africa – the world’s best wildlife destination, the reigning king of all African National Parks, and home to Great Migration that located north zone of Tanzania range from 920 m to 1,820 m above sea level, covering an area of 14,763 square kilometers. Join us on a safari and explore the endless Serengeti plains dotted with trees and kopje from which majestic lions control their kingdom; gaze upon the Great Migration in awe or find an elusive leopard in a riverine forest. Or perhaps see everything from a bird’s-eye view and soar over the plains at sunrise during a hot air balloon safari. Accommodation options come in every price range – the sound of lions roaring at night is complimentary.

Serengeti Highlights - What to See

Serengeti Great Migration
The Great Migration is the annual roaming – a clockwise rotational system of more than 1.5 million wildebeest and thousands of Zebras together with Antelopes searching for suitable grass and much favorable, water and a good place to breed “the 7 natural wonders of Africa and is also a UNESCO World Heritage Site”. The migration starts in the southern plain of Serengeti National Park towards the western zone to the northern zone enters Maasai Mara National Park in Kenya and finishes the cycle via the eastern zone returning to the short grassland of the southern zone.

  • January to March; The months of new life and action, where thousands and thousands of calves are born within a couple of weeks.
  • April to June; The Great Migration moves to the western zone of Serengeti National Park and few can be spotted around the center of Serengeti. Is the period of heavy rainfall.
  • June to October; The Great Migration moves to the northern zone of Serengeti National Park to Maasai Mara National park in Kenya. Travelers can witness the epic events of river crossing which is full of actions
  • November to December; The migration starts to return to the southern plain of Serengeti from the northern zone via the eastern areas – to return to their calving grounds again, and the circle is complete.


Serengeti Animals

The animal population in the park is more than 4 million animals and 400 bird species. The biological diversity of the park is very high with at least four globally threatened or endangered animal species: black rhinoceros, elephant, wild dog, and cheetah.

Witness the African Big 5 Animals (Lion, Leopard, Elephant, Rhino, and Buffalo) for your safari to Serengeti National Park. Other animals including, honey badgers, Striped Hyenas, Spotted Hyenas, Defassa waterbuck, coke’s hartebeest, jackal, bat-eared foxes, rhinos, elephants, hippos, elands, impalas, waterbucks, topi antelopes, serval cat, caracals, genets, oribi, steenbok, common duiker, kirk’s dik-dik, klipspringers, Thomson gazelle, masa giraffe, warthog, olive baboon, and many others

The Serengeti ecosystem

The Serengeti ecosystem covers a large expanse of 35,000 square kilometers, which comprises woodland and grassland. The Seronera area, in the center of the national park surrounded by Ngorongoro conservation area on the south zone, Maswa game reserve together with Ikorongo Game Controlled Area and Grumeti game reserve on the west zone, Maasai Mara National Park in the northern zone, and Loliondo game-controlled area on the east zone.

Serengeti Rivers

The park consists of several rivers which are the main source of water for the water-dependent animals grazing nearby the water shore of the river, also the predators hide near the water point waiting to hunt. The northern rivers – Grumeti and Mara river where the main event of great Migration occurs which know as migration river crossing – the epic event of the Serengeti Migration

Serengeti Kopjes (Out-Rocks)

The name Kopje is the Greek name meaning the head of the earth which means the out-rock feature of the earth caused by the internal volcanic eruption, also known as metamorphic rocks consisting of very hard granite which provide a habitat and hiding place for the Animals of Serengeti National Park.

Serengeti vegetations

The Serengeti National Park is covered by short grassland which provides good game viewing. The forest zone at west north of the park where some of the rare colobus monkeys are found – the marshes, bushes, to the short acacia savannah area in the Lobo area.

What to do in Serengeti National Park

  • Unlimited game drive to a different location inside the park
  • Big chance to see the African Big 5 Animals “Lion, Leopard, Elephant, Rhino, and Buffalo”
  • Witnessing the Serengeti’s Migration which known as “The Greatest Show on Earth”– most memorable activities during the migration river crossing
  • Balloon flight – Beautifully scenic flights watching the great migration from above
  • Maasai cultural tour to the Ngorongoro area
  • Visit Olduvai Gorge – where the Leakey family discovered the remains and skull of an early human being dating back to 1.75 million years
  • Sundowner – Being served a table of fruits with a bottle of wine in the bushes – relax and enjoy the sundowner
  • Bush meals

Serengeti Safari Packages

5 Days – Lake Manyara, Serengeti & Ngorongoro Crater

Enjoy a 5 Days Safari to L. Manyara, Serengeti, and Ngorongoro Crater to witness the African big animals 

3 Days Safari Tour – Serengeti

Are you looking for a short Serengeti Safari? Look no further. Here is the 3 days safari in 2 nights to Serengeti National. 

Serengeti National Park
6 Days: Serengeti and Ngorongoro Crater

The 6 Days Safari Tour to Serengeti National Park and Ngorongoro Crater, offers big animals game drive to the Great Migration sighting


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