The Serengeti national park is a one of the Tanzanian national park in the Serengeti scheme in Mara and Simiyu regions. It is a famous for its annual migration of over 1.5 million white bearded or Brindled wildebeest and 250,000 zebras and its numerous Nile crocodile.
The Serengeti is a vast and beautiful range of 14,763 square kilometers, is perhaps the world’s most famous wildlife area in Africa. The Serengeti is also the oldest and most famous national park and a World Heritage Site and Biosphere Reserve and recently delivers the world 7 Wide Wonder.
Serengeti supports the largest concentration of plains game viewing in Africa and the entire world. It’s an incredible procession of almost two million wildebeest and zebra that takes place each year from January to December in a different location of the Serengeti, and many people visit the Serengeti to see the migration and big cats.
But even when the migration is quiet in another part of the Serengeti, the Serengeti proffer arguably the most brilliant game scrutiny in Africa, a large bull buffalo, groups of elephant, giraffe, hartebeest and thousands upon thousands of antelope, Grant’s gazelle, kongoni, eland, topi, and impala.