Serengeti National Park
The Serengeti National Park has given Tanzania its name in the global safari circuit. The wide, open savannah to the west of the Great Rift Valley is the icon of a northern Tanzanian game viewing experience and it receives somewhere around 120 000 visitors a year! This is vastly to do with the presence of the annual wildebeest migration, which circulates the Serengeti and crosses into Kenya’s Masai Mara on its northern boundary, drawing tourists, filmmakers, and avid documentarians from all over the world. This is a place not to be missed, and the record shows that the Serengeti, and Tanzania as a whole, has been rated as the top safari destination in the world.Enquire Now
There is no doubt that a safari experience this spectacular appeals to a large number of African travellers, and during peak season, the national park is full of tourists. The sheer sight and sound of almost two million animals (mainly wildebeest, zebra, and gazelle) migrating across the plains will stick with you forever, and the presence of predators makes the whole experience thrillingly out of this world. Visiting the Serengeti should be timed with the cycle of the migration, so that you make sure your trip coincides with the action, such as the river crossings, and the calving season. There are private concessions in and around the national park that offer more exclusive game drives away from the public crowds, which often offer the best safari experiences.