Serengeti national park
Serengeti National Park (Serengeti) is located in Tanzania, best known for its abundance of animals and the great wildebeest migration. The Serengeti stretches 14,763 (5,700 sq miles) stretching North to Kenya and bordering Lake Victoria to the West.
Serengeti has the highest concentration of large mammals on this planet and its famous known for its 2,500 Lions the largest concentration found anywhere. The park also has over 518 identified bird species where some of them are Eurasian migrants who are present in the European winter months from October to April.
Serengeti National Park was one of the first sites listed as a World Heritage Site when United Nations delegates met in Stockholm in 1981. Already by the late 1950s, this area had been recognised as a unique ecosystem, providing us with many insights into how the natural world functions and showing us how dynamic ecosystems really are.
This park together with Masai Mara National Reserve is the only place where you can witness millions of migrating wildebeest over the Acacia plains, it’s the cradle of human life, and probably the closest to an untouched African wilderness you will ever get
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Serengeti National Park in Tanzania is famous for being the location of the Great Wildlife Migration, which involves two MILLION wildebeests, zebras and antelopes. It’s also an extremely large and wild game park, and home to the Big Five of Africa.
Masai Mara National Reserve in Kenya and Serengeti National Park in Tanzania together form the Serengeti-Mara Ecosystem (aka the Serengeti Ecosystem). Masai Mara is located in southwestern Kenya and shares its southern border with Serengeti Park in northern Tanzania.
Preparing For Your Adventure. As a general guide, comfortable, casual, wash-and-wear clothes are recommended. Please note that muted colours are recommended for game-viewing.
We recommend four days and three nights as the minimum time to gain maximum benefit from a stay at Serengeti Bushtops. This gives you the chance to explore in all directions, from the heart of the Northern Serengeti, with each adventure balanced by time spent at leisure. The longer you stay, the more you’ll see.
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