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Serengeti National Park

Serengeti National Park
The 'endless plains' named Siringet by the wandering Masai, is a fitting title for these 14,763 sq km, that support 3 million mammals, upwards of 2 million of whom annually migrate in concentrated herds north across the Mara River. This 'the last great spectacle of nature' has a cast that includes around 1.3M Wildebeest, 0.3M Thompson's Gazelle and 0.2M Zebra.

It begins in June with the return leg in October/November. The Serengeti centres on acacia savannah, with dry grasslands to the south, western corridor of wooded highland that fronts Lake Victoria and north, the wooded grasslands along the Grumeti and Mara Rivers. Around 3,000 Lions and upwards of 500 Cheetah inhabits this enormous sanctuary.

 

 

Accommodation:

Kirawira Tented Camp
Lobo Wildlife Lodge - North
Seronera Wildlife Lodge - Centre
Serengeti Serena Safari Lodge
Serengeti Sopa Lodge - West

 
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