Serengeti National Park

Serengeti National Park

Serengeti National Park, This is the most unique national park in Tanzania where you can enjoy and experience the Wildebeest crossing Mara river to attach with Maasai Mara national Reserve in Kenya. Early morning game drive in Serengeti will give a different experience in Tanzania Safari. On the way to serengeti you will have a chance to see the beatfull view of the  Ngorongoro Crater. in or 5 to 12 Days serengeti safari its possible to explore the other parks like Tarangire National Park, Arusha National Park, Lake Manyara National Park and Ngorongoro Crater tour.

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The Migration Of Millions Of Wildebeest And Zebra Starts Here. The Endless plain Of Grasslands Makes The Serengeti Fantastic For Spotting Lion Kills Because You Can See The Whole Spectacle Clearly.

There Are Mobile Camps That Are Worth Staying At, Because The Wildlife Concentrates In Certain Parts Of The Park Depending On The Time Of Year And The Rains. If You Can, Spend minimum of 2 Days To Make The Most Of It.

You can visit Serengeti at any season around the year but most important is to know when is the best season to see The Great Wildebeest Migration which you can see from our map room.

Serengeti Migration Updates

Southern plains (Ndutu Area)

Vast short-grass plains cover the south of Serengeti National Park, stretching into the north of Ngorongoro Conservation Area, the south-west Loliondo and Maswa Game Reserve. Occasionally there are small kopjes which, like the forests around Lake Ndutu, harbour good populations of resident game. However, around these oases of permanent wildlife, the majority of this area is flat and open. It’s alive with grazing wildebeest from around late-November to April, but can be very empty for the rest of the year. Places to stay here include:

From December to April we are normal offer a special tour packages for calving season at Ndutu area when Wildebeest are giving birth and amazing killing from Lion and Cheetah Prides.

The Seronera area

In the heart of the national park, just to the north of the short-grass plains, Seronera has all the best features of the Serengeti and also, sadly, its worst. Scenically, it’s a lovely area – with open plains, occasional kopjes and lines of hills to add interest. The resident game here is phenomenal, with high densities of relaxed leopards, cheetah and lion. These live off the resident herbivores, as well as the migrating game. The migration passes through here in April/May, but Seronera is within reach of both the Southern Plains and the Western Corridor – so from about November to June, it can be used as a base to see the migration. Seronera’s big drawback is that it is always busy; places to stay include

We are offering unique safari packages to guarantee you to explore Serengeti for more than one day in the endless plain of Seronera central of Serengeti National Park, Our tour packages with give you an access to see the Great wildebeest crossing Mara river and their ecosystem.

Western Corridor

Stretching to the west, almost to Lake Victoria, the Serengeti narrows into what’s known as the Western Corridor. The key feature of this area is the two rivers, the Grumeti and the Mbalageti, which run almost parallel, each supporting a band of most, evergreen riparian forest. This area sustains a very good permanent game population, including plenty of zebra and wildebeest, all the predators and forest ‘specialists’ like colobus monkeys. The birdife is particularly varied. The migration passes through between about May and July – pausing to gather momentum before crossing the crocodile-rich waters of the Grumeti River, into the Grumeti Reserve. Camps in the Serengeti’s Western Corridor include:


Northern Serengeti

Stretching from Seronera for about 100km north, to the Kenyan border, the northern Serengeti is gently rolling country, broken by small rivers and occasional hills and kopjes. There are good permanent populations of wildlife in several areas here, including the very beautiful Lobo Kopje. It’s interesting, varied country that’s far from the park’s main entry point in the south – and hence it receives delightfully few visitors.

The further you go north, the fewer vehicles you see. Even when the migration is here, between about August and October, you can still enjoy spectacular wildebeest crossings of the Mara River. A particularly stunning are is the wild Lamai Wedge – the area of land between the Mara River and the Kenya Border – which includes the picturesque Wogakuria Kopjie, and a beautiful series of game-rich valleys and plains. This is the only area of the national park where off-road driving is acceptable.

Short History of Serengeti National Park

history, It was 1913 and great stretches of Africa were still unknown to the white man when Stewart Edward White, an American hunter, set out from Nairobi. Pushing south, he recorded: “We walked for miles over burnt out country… Then I saw the green trees of the river, walked two miles more and found myself in paradise.”


The Serengeti region encompasses the Serengeti National Park itself, the Ngorongoro Conservation Area, Maswa Game Reserve, the Loliondo, Grumeti and Ikorongo Controlled Areas and the Maasai Mara National Reserve in Kenya. Over 90,000 tourists visit the Park each year.