The Serengeti National Park, nestled in the heart of Tanzania, presents an expansive landscape teeming with a rich diversity of flora and fauna. It’s a sanctuary for a myriad of species, ranging from majestic lions and elephants to tall giraffes, zebras, and the renowned wildebeest. Spanning approximately 14,750 square kilometers, this well-known and breathtaking wildlife reserve is recognized globally, gaining its status as a UNESCO World Heritage Site and attracting countless safari adventurers worldwide.

This park is synonymous with the colossal annual migration of wildebeest, one of nature’s most grandiose spectacles of wildlife movement. This migration involves millions of wildebeest, zebras, and gazelles trekking over 1,800 miles from the Serengeti in Tanzania to the Maasai Mara Reserve in Kenya, in a continuous search for sustenance and hydration. This unforgettable spectacle, which takes place every year from July to October, draws crowds from all corners of the globe.

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Languages spoken
Swahili, English
Currency used
Tzs, USD
Area (km2)
14,750 square kilometers


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