Serengeti National Park

With an area of 14,760km2 the Serengeti National Park is the second largest park in Tanzania. It is located on a plateau between the Ngorongoro and the Kenya border and extends west to Lake Victoria. Declared a national park in 1951, it is the oldest in the country. It has been a UNESCO World Heritage Site since 1978. Its name means “plains at infinity” in the Maasai language. The landscapes are magnificent: grassy savanna in the south, shrub savannah in the north, wooded areas to the west and the famous Kopjes rocks to the east. The landscapes provide an impression of freedom out of the ordinary, it is Africa of wildlife and wild flora in all its expression. Making a safari in the Serengeti National Park is crossing one of the most famous parks in the world thanks to its highest density of animals of plain of the planet. Each year sees the famous great migration (wildebeest and zebra) that takes place from December to May, hundreds of thousands of these herbivores migrate down south to enjoy the grass meadows. But throughout the year the Serengeti is full of animals, especially in the region of Seronera in the center, rich in permanent water points. There are many elephants, giraffes, all kinds of gazelles, gigantic buffalos, thousands of birds, as well as large predators, including eagles, vultures and, of course, lions, leopards, cheetahs and the famous hyenas. The Serengeti National Park offers stunning landscapes and an abundance of animals unique in the world that makes it the most beautiful park in Tanzania and certainly the unmissable place to make an unforgettable safari. Making a safari in the Serengeti National Park is the certainty of seeing all the animals that fascinate us.

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