Serengeti National Park

Serengeti National Park is an endless National park Tanzania with diversity of flora and fauna. The Serengeti name come from Maasai language “Siringet” meaning an endless plains. Serengeti is famous for wildebeest migration, endless plains with dotted acacia tree species, rocky outcrop named kopjes and abundance of wildlife species. Covering an area of 14763 square km it extend from southern in Ngorongoro Conservation to northern in Masai Mara Kenya.
Serengeti National Park with vast terrain, breathtaking scenery and best game viewing experience is well known for the great annual wildebeest migration including zebra, home of predators and other species as elephants, giraffes, lion, leopard, cheetah, hyena, jackal, hippos, nile crocodiles, wild dog, impala, gazelles, hartebeest, topi, eland, duiker, hyrax, buffaloes, ardwolf, bat eared fox, half million zebra, over million wildebeest and over 450 bird species.

Serengeti National Park is accessible all year round and among the top activities conducted in the park includes game viewing, balloon safari, walking, photographic safaris.