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Serengeti National Park Wildlife Safaris and Game Viewing Tours

Serengeti, the largest national park in Tanzania, covers 14,763 sq. KM at an altitude of 1,737 m. It is true to it’s Maasai name, Siringet, meaning endless plains. Home to countless numbers of a wide variety of animals and birds, you will encounter lions, cheetah, perhaps even leopards. Feast your eyes on herds of wildebeest, zebra, a variety of gazelles, impala and other species of antelope. Buffalos, hippos, elephants, and giraffe are among the other well-represented species. In addition, numerous smaller mammals and birds abound. The famed migration of wildebeest and zebra, with as many as 1.5 million individuals on the move can be seen between November and June. Popular safari activities include game viewing drives, Great wildebeests Migration, walking safaris, and balloon rides.

Serengeti is one of the most famous safari destinations in the continent of Africa. It is also one of the oldest, longest and largest national parks in Tanzania. The isolated rocky hills and large plains are some of the major features of Serengeti National Park.

The savannah plains of the Serengeti are a perfect Safari destination to check out the Big 5 and other huge population and variety of wildlife. Serengeti National Park Tours experiences the largest migration in the number of millions by Zebras and gazelles in search for greener pastures. Our safari packages offer you to go on an adventure-filled expedition in our world-class private vehicles with our native and experienced guides at your side.

Serengeti also has several game reserves that offer safari game drives, walking safaris and riverboat safaris for a fun-filled day to the visitors. Serengeti National Park is so huge that it starts from Northern Tanzania and extends into south-western Kenya. The park in itself is a spectacle of the remarkable wildebeest migration. The park is mostly inhabited by the ancient and glorious Maasai tribe who have been grazing their livestock for so long in the park now.

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