Home to the most ancient show on Earth, the Great Migration of almost 2 million white bearded wildebeests. It accommodates more lions than anywhere else in Africa, earning it the name “Big Cat Country”. This is The Serengeti, Africa’s most famous and fabulous national park.

The Great Migration

Every year, throughout, about two million wildebeest accompanied by a large number of zebras, and smaller numbers of Grant’s gazelle, Thomson’s gazelle, eland and impala, travel from Tanzania’s Serengeti to Kenya’s Masai Mara in search of ample and fresh grazing pastures and better quality water. This “race of life” have been there since the ancient times and seems to go on forever.


Home to one of the world’s greatest concentrations of wildlife. Even without the migration, Serengeti’s wildlife is unrivaled. A safari to this paradise exhilarates all of your senses to life and leave you with an absolutely different perspective to the natural world. 

Renowned for its predators – especially lions, leopards and cheetahs – and with plenty of elephants favoring the western woodlands of Grumeti. A Serengeti safari promises an incredible natural spectacle no matter what time of the year you visit.

BIRDING in the park

The Serengeti, particularly Lake Ndutu is a paradise for both birds and bird-watchers. The Serengeti is renowned as one of the endemic bird areas in Africa. With blistering more than 500 species, including a few Tanzanian endemic species, such as Fischer’s lovebird, grey-breasted spurfowl and rufous-tailed weaver. Other birding highlights include kori bustard, secretary bird, usambiro barbet, yellow-throated sandgrouse, grey-crested helmet shrike, and Hildebrant’s starling. Its a perfect spot for ornithology.

Why Visit

It has been a legend in film and literature and continues to be an inspiration to writers, photographers and travelers from all over the world. Its infinite expanses of open grasslands, exhilarating multitude of its Great Migration of wildebeest and zebra, its prides of lions and other large predators they combine to form the finest and a worthwhile safari experience.
As the sun sets and turns the scene to gold, photographers cling to their telephoto lenses. As the white-bearded wildebeests perform the ancient dance, the horizon fills with dusts as predators join the center stage. Here a family gets mesmerized staring to a hair-raising, unforgettable show of a lifetime.

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