SERENGETI NATIONAL PARK

The last great rotation.

Serengeti is only remaining natural grazing ecosystem to be found in the world.

Serengeti is the most famous national park in Tanzania covering 14.763 square kilometres.

The great migration through Serengeti and Masai Mara attract visitors from around the world. More than a million animals make the seasonal journey to fresh pasture to the North, then the South, after the biannual rains.

Large prides of lions, plentiful families of elephants, giraffes, gazelles, monkeys, eland, and the whole range of African wildlife can easly be found in Serengeti.

 

Serengeti was designated a UNESCO Word Heritage Site in 1981.