Guide to Tanzania’s Serengeti National Park

guide to Serengeti National Park
Wildlife and landscapes at the Serengeti National Park, Tanzania | © Wild Mind Travel Co

The Serengeti National Park is where nature and wildlife meet in Tanzania. The park landscape is dominated by thousands square kilometres of grassland plains, savanna, riverine forest, and woodlands. Serengeti wildebeest migration is arguably the greatest show on earth. This Tanzanian national park is best known for its abundance of animals and the great wildebeest migration.

Sighting the Big Five

Elephants of Serengeti | © Serengeti National Park

Imagine spotting Africa’s most iconic wildlife all in one game park? The Big Five are; lion, leopard, elephant, African buffalo, and rhinoceros. They were considered the most challenging and dangerous animals to hunt on foot by trophy hunters back in the 1800s. At Serengeti national park, tourists have the chance to meet the Africa’s most iconic wildlife – the Big Five game; lions, leopards, elephants, African buffalo, and rhinoceroses.

The Great Migration

With over 1.5 million wildebeest and 250,000 zebra annual migration, Serengeti is one of the Serengeti has the highest concentration of large mammals on the planet. Its 2,500 Lions the largest concentration found anywhere on the ground. Visitors are thrilled to the sights of  the Great Migration – the Wildebeest migration from Serengeti National Park to Maasai Mara National Reserve. And to have the chance to see the iconic predators, the best time is June to October. You’ll need about 3-4 days to indulge this safari and the unlimited things and sights it offers. Serengeti is the dream safari destination for everyone as it is home to the most spectacular wildlife viewing on earth.

Beyond the wildlife, the seemingly endless stunning landscape here makes for the most romantic scenery, Tanzania and one of Africa’s most popular safari destinations, delivers on all accounts. An awe-inspiring sights for safari-goers and nature lovers. There is a wide range of accommodation options for tourists to stay in the Serengeti Ecosystem.

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