Serengeti National Park
The Serengeti National Park is an expansive wilderness area of approximately 15 000km, bordered by the Ngorongoro Conservation Area, the Great Rift Valley, Lake Victoria and the Masaai Mara Game Reserve. With an area this vast, the regions within the Serengeti National Park are distinctly different and each presents an optimal time of the year for visiting. The key to a successful Serengeti safari is understanding where within the Serengeti to visit, and when.
The most popular and spectacular Serengeti safari experience is the annual Wildebeest Migration that thunders across the Serengeti-Mara ecosystem in a constant cycle of survival and rebirth. It is a bucket-list safari experience and the primary reason for most first time visits to the Serengeti. But the Serengeti offers more than just the Wildebeest Migration. Some of the most rewarding safaris are found by understanding and appreciating the Serengeti National Park in its entirety and not focusing solely on the migration.
The bordering areas of the Serengeti also hold a rich cultural and tribal diversity, and it is here that functional Masaai tribes and the Hadzabe people can be found. This interaction only adds to the depth of experiences found in the Serengeti. Other important factors when choosing a Serengeti safari is the type of safari accommodation style you would prefer, and what type of Serengeti tour you would like to embark on? Please see our Serengeti tour and accommodation sections for a better understanding of these variable factors.
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Maximum travellersNo Limit
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