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Serengeti National Park

Serengeti is the largest National Park in Tanzania and one of Africa’s top-ranking game parks. Serengeti is Chiefly savannah grassland and the unlocked plain is dotted with scattered pieces of shrub land that allures both herbivores to pasture while carnivores hunt. Serengeti dotte a adequate number of granite rocks known as Kopjes that portrays a good sitting  for lions and other predators, useful for hunting and as hidden grounds.

The three Big Cats can effortlessly seen, where by; Cheetahs are repeatedly seen on the south-eastern plains of the park, while Lions more or less seen everywhere in the park, and lastly the Leopards can be found unwind in one of the big trees along the Seronera River.

Serengeti Highlights:

  • Wildlife Safari
  • The Great Migration
  • Balloon Safari
  • Postcard Africa

Serengeti National Park Map

Serengeti’s Topography

Serengeti Plains are the enviros for the most noticeable wildlife extravaganza on the sphere. The wildebeest migration caught sight of more than a million Wildebeest, Gazelles and Zebras in their great annular migration across the plains and acacia woodlands.

Vast queue of facilitating  Zebras and clumsy Wildebeest sprawl as far as the eye can perceive while the Lions and Hyenas ambushes all along the route.

In the Southeastern part, in the course of the summer months of December – March the unlocked plains are engulfed with Wildebeest, Zebras and Gazelles, which they prefer the short delectable grass in the area. Which is their time of galore pregnancy and birth.

The Central area is savannah with dispersed acacia trees and rocky outcrops. The Seronera Valley is in the centre of the Serengeti, named in the wake of the Seronera River, which dispenses the only source of everlasting water. Heaps of Wildebeest, Gazelles and Zebras pass across this area in the course of April and May, as the flock start to move north in search of finer pasture.

The West has sizable woodland and black clay plains, where you can observe large flocks of Elephants and Buffalos. This is the Grumeti River, where distinctly large Crocodiles live. The migration is regularly in June to July in this area.

The Northern part of Serengeti is mountainous and wooded grassland that borders the Masai Mara. Throughout June – October the migration flocks tend to wreath together as they reach their most serious stumbling block to get to the fresh grazing, Mara River. Getting into the Masai mara the flocks have to cross this river, subsequently the sprinkle and fast flowing and swollen, with the hungry Crocodiles and large cats.

Safari activities in Serengeti

Game drives, trips to Lake Victoria, Balloon safaris and cultural interpretation in Serengeti National Park.

Tactically positioned Safari Lodges all over the Serengeti take dominance of huge numbers of animals passing by at certain times of the year.

The Maasai and the Migration.

The Migration in the Serengeti is navigated by the impact of nature, to find water and better pasture. About 1.5 million Wildebeest, 250,000 Zebras and 300,000 Thomson’s gazelle, grunt their way around the Serengeti in an unceasing circuit.

The name Serengeti is derived from the Maasai word siringit with the meaning “endless plains” , a detailed description considering the whole ecosystem expands to over 12,000 square miles (30,000 square kilometers). It is said historically, the Maasai tribe had been pasturing their cattles in the Serengeti plains for around 200 years, therefore Serengeti is Maasai land, understanding how communities live apace with wild animals will reinforce your trip encounter.


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