Serengeti National Park


Serengeti National Park

Serengeti National Park, in Tanzania is one of the finest national parks in Africa. And, this national park holds the largest mammal migration on the world. Is this the only reason that makes it worth visiting!

The name of this national park is derived from a Maasai word Siringet which means a place where the land runs forever. Serengeti national park is located in the northern Tanzania and shares it border with Kenya’s Masai Mara Game Reserve.


  • Serengeti National Park is true wildlife wonder, if you’re planning a safari in Serengeti National Park, you should some of it best highlights. 
  • The park offers a picturesque landscape with vast plains, savannahs, acacia woodlands, and rocky outcrops known as kopjes. The wide-open spaces and dramatic scenery provide a beautiful backdrop for wildlife viewing and photography. 
  • Balloon Safaris : Hot air balloon safaris are a popular and unique way to experience the Serengeti. Floating above the plains during sunrise, you can witness the wildlife from a different perspective, capturing panoramic views and enjoying a truly memorable adventure. 
  • Cultural Interactions : The Serengeti is home to the Maasai people, known for their vibrant culture and traditional way of life. Visitors can engage in cultural interactions, visit Maasai villages, and learn about their customs, traditions, and unique way of coexisting with wildlife. 
  • Birdwatching Paradise : With over 500 bird species recorded, the Serengeti National Park is a paradise for birdwatchers. From large raptors such as eagles and vultures to colorful bee-eaters and lilac-breasted rollers, the park offers ample opportunities to spot and photograph a wide variety of avian species. 
  • Seronera River : The Seronera River is a vital water source within the park, attracting large concentrations of wildlife, especially during the dry season. It provides excellent game viewing opportunities, including sightings of crocodiles and hippos. 
  • Olduvai Gorge : Located on the outskirts of the Serengeti, the Olduvai Gorge is an archaeological site of great significance. It has yielded numerous fossils and artifacts, including some of the earliest known human remains, providing valuable insights into human evolution. 

Best Time to visit

You can visit Serengeti National Park at any given time of the year, but the dry season (which runs from late June to October) is the best time to visit Serengeti National Park. 

This is the when a large number of animals gathers around the waterholes. And but if you want to explore Serengeti without crowds plan your Serengeti Safari in late November to May.  


From the Big Five to 2 million wildebeest, the eco-system of Serengeti National Park supports a big herd of wildlife. In this national park you can spot and zebra, eland, big cats, topi, kingoni, impala and giant’s gazelle.


Here are the top activities you can enjoy in Serengeti National Park:  

Game drive – Going on a game drive is the quintessential Serengeti experience. Hop on a 4x4 safari vehicle and explore the vast plains, woodlands, and rivers in search of the "Big Five" (lion, leopard, elephant, buffalo, and rhinoceros and other wildlife.

Hot Air Balloon Safaris – For a unique and breathtaking perspective of the Serengeti, take to the skies on a hot air balloon safari. Drift above the plains at sunrise and witness the stunning landscapes and wildlife from a bird's-eye view.

Walking Safaris – Embark on a guided walking safari to get up close and personal with the Serengeti's flora and fauna. Accompanied by an experienced guide, you can learn about the smaller creatures, birdlife, and plant species.

Cultural Tours – Serengeti National Park is surrounded by local communities, such as the Maasai people, who have a rich cultural heritage. Engage in a cultural tour to learn about their traditions, visit local villages, and interact with the Maasai people.  

Photography – Serengeti National Park offers extraordinary opportunities for wildlife and landscape photography. Whether you're a professional or an amateur photographer, the park's incredible diversity and stunning scenery provide endless possibilities to capture stunning landscapes.  

From watching the Great Wildebeest Migration to riding a hot air-balloon safari, there’s a lot you can do in Serengeti National Park. So, keep your back packs ready and get ready to embark on an unforgettable adventure.

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