Serengeti National Park

About Serengeti National Park

Tanzania’s oldest and popular National park is also a world heritage site the Serengeti famed a forest annual migration when some six million hooves pound the open plains as more than 200,000 zebra and 300,000 Thomson’s Gazelle join a million wildebeest on the trek for fresh grazing.

Common species found in the park include Lions, Cheetahs, numerous zebra and large herds of giraffe, gazelles, elands, impala, klipspringer, warthogs and numerous birdlife.

The wildebeest, numbering more than a million are the chief herbivores and the main prey of large carnivores such as lions and hynes. The annual migration of wildebeest herds across the park is a world famous attractions.

The Serengeti – a vast, sparkling, treeless plain can be visited anytime of the year and expect to fight huge numbers of mammals and birdlife.