Game viewing safari in Serengeti National

Game viewing safari in Serengeti National Park – a safari to Serengeti will not leave you the same. Serengeti National Park is home to wildlife safari viewing in East Africa. The incredible safari destination is home to large numbers of wildlife within the region, hosting the famous African Big Five animals.

Serengeti National Park is located in the Mara and Simiyu regions and contains 1.5 million hectares of savanna, and stretches on a total land area of over 14,763 square kilometers in Tanzania and was established in 1951. Serengeti National Park is at the heart of the larger Serengeti ecosystem and is well-defined by the area covered by the Annual Wildebeest Migration.

Game drives in Serengeti National Park

Game drives in Serengeti National Park also referred to as the Endless Plains are one of the best ways to explore the unmatched beauty of Africa. Serengeti offers great game-viewing experiences that can be executed on several game drives across different ecosystems in the park. Our well-planned safari packages will let you experience the magical Serengeti from all its edges.

The experience is truly an off-the-beaten-path activity that can be adventured in open savannah grassland, and acacia trees on an off-road safari vehicle with open proof guided by an armed guide who must be holding a caller radio for easy location of mammal species wow!!


All you need to know about Serengeti National Park – The great wildebeest migration in Serengeti National Park- Game viewing safari in Serengeti National Park

Serengeti National Park is home to the second-largest terrestrial mammal migration that has ever occurred on Earth. The wildebeest migration is one of the seven natural wonders in Africa and the world at large. The “Great Wildebeest Migration” Over one million wildebeest, hundreds of thousands of zebras and gazelles, move through Serengeti annually in search for food and breeding grounds.

Between December to June is the wet season in Serengeti and animals usually head towards the south to Naabi Hill.As temperatures increase and the dry season sets, the large herds travel through the Seronera River Valley and the Western corridor before they cross the Grumeti River and moving north to the Lobo Valley and Bologonja Springs.

Usually after several months of grazing on fresh pastures the herds turn around and start the process afresh. The large herds are usually followed by predators who hunt them down for food. Serengeti is the only place where you can see such a dramatic scene in the world that occurs naturally. Thus a visit here will only create lasting memories.


Wildlife in Serengeti 

Serengeti National Park habituates great numbers of wildlife, the spatial-temporal gradient with the abiotic factors such as the rainfall, temperature, topography, and geology with the drainage systems in the Serengeti National Park have manifested the wide variety of large numbers of wildlife both aquatic and terrestrial.

Serengeti National Park is home to over 2 million wildebeests, around 900,000 and 300,000 zebras as the dominant herds. Other herbivores in Serengeti include elands, hartebeests, buffalos, hippopotamus, black rhinoceroses, antelopes, and ten species of the primates.

The National Park also inhabits large numbers of predators and has one of the largest lion populations in Africa. There are over 4,000 lions in Serengeti. The other species include leopards, cheetahs, spotted hyenas, and wild dogs.

Serengeti National Park is also home to great numbers of birdlife with it habituating over 500 species. Serengeti National Park has the highest number of ostrich population in Tanzania and probably Africa at large.

Game viewing safari in Serengeti National Park are truly wonderful with guaranteed wildlife sightings on your expedition.

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