Serengeti National Park
Serengeti National Park is perhaps the most famous park on earth and is known for the enormous migration of wildebeest, zebra, and gazelles as well as the lions, spotted hyenas and cheetah that hunt the great herds. This is the quintessential image of safari and Africa for most people.
In most areas of the park you must stay on roads and no night drives are allowed.
During the calving season, the action is in an area where off-road driving is allowed making it a great location to visit. Vehicle crowding can be a small issue and it is definitely not as exclusive as low tourism destinations, however, the mass of animals seen cannot be matched.
Serengeti National Park is located in the northern part of Tanzania and borders the southern border of Kenya. Ngorongoro lies just to the east of Serengeti National Park. The park is massive – over 5,500 square miles.
- Spotted Hyena
Below are some sample itineraries that include a visit to Serengeti National Park:
Best Times to Go
The best time to go to Serengeti National Park is all year round. We will advise you on the best locations to stay depending on the time of year you travel.
Below are some of the accommodations available for Serengeti National Park. Click a link below for more information.