Serengeti National Park
Serengeti National Park covers about 14763 square kilometers of endless rolling plains that extend up to Lake Victoria and reach up to the Kenyan border.
It enchants travelers with magnificent wildlife that include over three million large animals. It is composed of two Biosphere reserves and two World heritage sites.
Serengeti differs itself from others with a unique environment that has invited movie makers, numerous photographers, Scientists and writers.
Its ecosystem is one of the oldest on earth and the main features of flora and fauna, climate have hardly changed in the past years.
Serengeti is renowned for the great migration of animals (Wildebeest and Zebras). Usually every October and November, about 220000 zebras and millions of Wildebeests migrate south from the northern hills to the southern plains for lush grasses and tropical rains.
This annual migration is very strong and pass through rivers and valleys until they reach their destination of interest.
These animals wander through a number of parks, wildlife reserves and other protected areas, but the best points of view are Serengeti in Tanzania and Maasai Mara National reserve in Kenya.
Serengeti’s lush habitats are home to numerous Wild animals such as Zebras, gazelles, lion, impala, leopard, cheetah, hyena, dik dik, Klipspringer and other larger mammals like elephants, hippopotamus and giraffes. Also 500 species of birds are recorded in the Park including the migrant species.