The name Serengeti was derived from the Maasai Language which means “The Plains with no ends” or
Endless plain, the vast and its real you can experience this as you get in there.
But Serengeti eco-system divided into different land formation where it has Hills, open area, woodland
and River circuit, where there is seasonal and permanent rivers
It is about 335km away from Arusha stretching north to Kenya Maasai Mara and bordering Lake Victoria
to the west. It was established as a park in 1951
Things to do:
Spectacular game drives
Hot air balloon safaris around seronera Valley, western Serengeti and southern Serengeti around nduta are. Depends on Migration of the wildebeest, but in seronera it can be done all year around.
Maasai rock paintings and Musical rocks at Moru in Serengeti If you looking for immigration it depends where are they going to be, but it depends on what clients want.
The best time time to see
Jan – Feb – Ndutu
March – April
May – June seronera Area
July – western Serengeti around grummet river, where it is also famous for crocs as well
LODGE: Serena kirawira, Mbalageti Chalet & seasonal mobile camps.
July – August – September & October – They will be around Serengeti north where they are heading to
Maasai Mara. This is so unique to see how they cross this river with so many crocs and hippos.
Walking safaris can be arranged as well inside the park. It will be done with Game Ranger with Rifle
again Serengeti is also known for its high density of lions, cheetah and also leopards can be seen here than any park.
Pleas send us you email and we will assist you to arrange your safaris or program.
General: please bring spare glasses, cream for bits sun cream
No need to worry about malana its endemic and can be preventable, only use the repellant and cover up at sundown use of puts
On safaris: please bring film and batteries for your camera. Protect your camera from dust and keep equipment and film cool. Ask permission before photographing local people
Please we advise you to take out travel insurance to cover loss of baggage or valuables personal items, accident and medical expenses
We recommend 15$ – 30$ per person per day for your safari guide or max 20% will be appreciated.
It is very safe but don’t walk alone during the night.