Africa's most famous game reserve, the Serengeti, is part of Tanzania's northern safari circuit, which includes the Ngorongoro Crater and Lake Manyara. The Serengeti is renowned for its wildlife viewing, with predators such as lions, jackals, cheetahs and hyenas enjoying rich pickings of abundant plains game.
This is especially so during the fabled annual migration. This wondrous event sees more than two million wildebeest, zebras and gazelles pass through the grasslands and acacia woodlands of the Serengeti - whose name means ‘endless plain' in the Maasai language.
As well as migrating animals, the Serengeti Plains support significant numbers of permanent residents, meaning that safaris can be enjoyed here year round. There's a wide choice of lodges and campsites, from which guided game drives can be taken. Balloon safaris offer another perspective of the ‘endless plain', drifting gently above the trees and following the course of the Grumeti River. Crocodiles live in the river and are a fearsome obstacle for the migrating herds to overcome when they cross the river each year.
Top itineraries in Serengeti
Staying in luxury safari lodges, enjoying expert-led game drives and indulging with full-board gourmet dining throughout, this small-group safari takes in the best of Tanzania’s national-park treasures, from Ngorongoro Crater to the Serengeti. It’s all capped with some beach relaxation in Zanzinbar.
From the bustling hub of Arusha, head to Lake Manyara, the Serengeti and finally the Ngorongoro Crater offering views to leave you speechless.
After enjoying some of the world’s finest wildlife viewing on a luxury, all-inclusive fly safari through the Serengeti, Ngorongoro Crater and Taringere National Park, enjoy some white-sands relaxation on Zanzibar.
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Top places to stay in Serengeti
&Beyond Klein's Camp lies to the south of Kenya's Masai Mara National Reserve and to the east of the Serengeti, ensuring excellent, year-round game viewing. Accommodation comprises ten intimate cottages of local rock and thatch, all with private terraces and breathtaking views. Action-packed night …
The wood-carved rondavels, campfire fine dining and infinity pool of this luxury offering are perfectly positioned for stunning views over the Serengeti’s endless plains – a true safari wonder.
Serengeti Under Canvas is an original concept that reaches well beyond the bounds of traditional Tanzanian safaris and allows you to go where the animals are. Three Bedouin-style tented migratory camps operate all year round, moving across the Serengeti, bringing guests within the closest possible …
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