The Serengeti National park is located on northern parts of Tanzanian Republic. Its a protected area which extends with the famous Masai Mara in Kenya covering 30,000sq miles in total. The word “Serengeti” means a world of endless plains in the local Masai language. The park is one of the finest and best places in East Africa that holds big numbers of wildlife and hosts second terrestrial mammal migration in the world – Great Wildebeest Migration.
When to Go
During the migration, about 1.8 million Wildebeests migrate followed by hundrends of thousands of Zebras and Gazelles. This spectacular Tenth Wonder of the modern World is determined by the availability of grazing starting from the Southern Serengeti entering Masai Mara National Reserve in Kenya to the North. From January to March, Wildebeests spend their time on the short grasslands giving birth to approximate 500,000 calves. The best season to see the migration in action is from April to June and October to December as they head back again to the South.
What to See
Besides the phenomenal wildlife journeys, Serengeti National Park is also famous for its abundant grazers like; Buffaloes, Elephants, Elands, Topi, Antelopes and many predators like; over 3,000 Lions, over 1000 Leopards, Cheetahs and many hyenas which follow the moving Wildebeests at their footsteps.
Serengeti National Park remains Africa’s top safari dream destination to many people. Whenever you want to visit the thrilling game drives from which lions roam in their jungle, balloon and fly-in game views over the savanna grasslands, visiting the paleoanthropological Olduvai Gorge site, birdwatching to Masai community cultural activities, Spiky Tours we have got you covered.
Where to Stay
Accommodation options range from budgets campsites outside and inside of the park, mid-range to luxury lodges.
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