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Serengeti National Park Travel Guide

Serengeti is often referred to as ‘Endless Plains’ by the Masai people. Serengeti is Tanzania’s oldest and largest National Park that protects the terrestrial wildlife on earth. Serengeti National Park is inscribed on the World Heritage List and has recently proclaimed the tag of 7th worldwide wonder.

The park stretches north to Kenya bordering Lake Victoria to the west. You can witness the whole range of African wildlife in Serengeti. A number of migratory birds and animals are seen in Serengeti with a variety of Eco-systems- elephants, giraffes, gazelles, eland, monkeys, wildebeest, zebra and many more.

The lush green forests along the shores of its rivers and streams with its hippos, crocodiles, jackals, leopards, sable cats, lions, rock hyrax with the amazing bird life is worth admiring. The breathtaking sights of nature and wildlife add to the splendid beauty of the park and makes African nature at its best!

Serengeti is actually a word for ‘endless plain’ in the language of the native Masai people. It is famed for its annual wildebeest migration. The migration season is between July and November and a visit during these months is a must!

The ecosystem in Serengeti National Park is the oldest one in the world, and has been around for many thousands of years.

One can tour the Serengeti National Park by hot air balloon, which can be a thrilling way to explore the park and enjoy wildlife sightseeing!


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