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Indulge in Colonial Grandeur, and Let Tanzania’s Great Migration Penetrate Your Soul

Located in northern Tanzania, the Serengeti National Park is where herds of animals traverse vast plains, flocks of birds take off in noisy flight, and a blood-orange sun dips below a shimmering horizon. The park is known for its once-in-a-lifetime wildlife experiences, notably the annual Great Migration, where thuds of millions of hooves reverberate across the African landscape, like a wild orchestra’s notes penetrating the soul.

Many of Serengeti National Park’s luxury safari lodges and camps offer tailored experiences with expert guides beyond the Great Migration and sprawling plains.

Experience the epitome of opulence and personalized service at the Serengeti National Park’s exclusive lodges and camps. Transport yourself to a bygone era of colonial grandeur, where luxury safaris await; immerse yourself in a world of refined dining, and savor the exquisite flavors prepared by a private chef during enchanting bush dinners under a celestial canopy. Indulge in lavish spa treatments, unwind in infinity pools that seem to blend with the horizon, and enjoy dedicated personal butler service that caters to your every need.

Visit the Moru Kopjes to see the elusive and endangered black rhinos, and enjoy a hot air balloon safari to experience a spectacular view of the park from above. Explore a dense riverine forest with orchid-covered trees as bushbuck dart into the thick cover, or tour Lake Victoria, renowned for its unparalleled beauty with lush, tropical islands. With one of the largest concentrations of predators in the world and a staggering diversity of habitats, species, and landscapes, the Serengeti is the closest one can get to the pristine, raw, and jaw-droppingly beautiful African wilderness.

What is the region known for?

The Serengeti National Park is a paradise for safari enthusiasts and nature lovers of all types. Whether you like private camping grounds that provide a raw wildlife experience or prefer luxury glamping and lodges, you can enjoy the enchanting landscape, awe-inspiring wildlife, and untamed natural beauty.

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Wildlife viewing lioness with 7 cubs while on a private, exclusive game drive in Grumeti Reserve.

Best of East Africa Safari

Embark on an extraordinary luxury East Africa safari experience, showcasing the highlights of the region. Explore the world-famous Masai Mara, witness the stunning Ngorongoro Crater, and roam the vast plains of the Serengeti Grumeti. This all-inclusive journey offers once-in-a-lifetime moments, including the wildebeest migration, thrilling Big Five safaris, and captivating cultural interactions.

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The spirit of the Serengeti

The Serengeti lives up to every imagined depiction of a typical African safari. Vast open spaces, acacia trees and unparalleled wildlife

Top places to stay in Serengeti

Indulge in exclusive tranquil retreats surrounded by the stunning desert scenery of Sossusvlei

Frequently Asked Questions

When is the best time to visit Serengeti National Park?

The best time to visit Serengeti National Park is during the dry season, from June to October. This period offers optimal wildlife viewing opportunities as animals concentrate around water sources, and vegetation is less dense. The infamous wildebeest migration takes place here from May to August. The wet season, from November to May, brings lush greenery and bird-watching opportunities. January and February are the height of the calving season and your best chance to see how herds behave when there are calves to protect.

What wildlife can be seen in Serengeti National Park?

Visitors can expect to see the “Big Five” (lion, leopard, elephant, rhino, and buffalo) as well as giraffes, zebras, cheetahs, hyenas, hippos, crocodiles, and a variety of other wildlife. The highlight of the park is the annual wildebeest migration, where millions of wildebeest, zebras, and gazelles traverse the plains in search of fresh grazing lands. The migration attracts predators such as lions, leopards, and cheetahs, providing incredible wildlife viewing opportunities where visitors can see mother nature in her truest form.

What are the most luxurious accommodations available in Serengeti National Park?

Serengeti National Park offers a selection of luxurious accommodations for visitors seeking an exclusive retreat. Some of the most renowned luxury lodges and camps include Singita Sasakwa Lodge, Four Seasons Safari Lodge Serengeti add andBeyond Grumeti Serengeti River Lodge. These establishments provide top-tier amenities, gourmet dining experiences, spa services, and captivating scenery of the surrounding landscapes. Guests can enjoy personalized service and unparalleled comfort, immersing themselves in the splendor of the park while experiencing the highest level of luxury.

What kind of terrain can be expected in Serengeti National Park?

Serengeti National Park boasts a diverse terrain that encompasses vast grassy plains, acacia woodlands, rocky outcrops known as kopjes, and riverine forests. The open grasslands provide prime grazing areas for herbivores, while the woodlands and kopjes offer shelter and vantage points for predators. The park’s vistas also include riverbanks and watering holes, attracting wildlife during the dry season. This diversity in changing landscapes of Serengeti National Park contributes to the Serengeti National Park’s exceptional biodiversity.

What are some activities and attractions in Serengeti National Park?

Serengeti National Park offers a range of activities and attractions for visitors to enjoy. Game drives provide the opportunity to witness the park’s abundant wildlife, including the iconic wildebeest migration and the big five. Guided nature walks allow for a more captivating experience, with the chance to observe flora and fauna up close for beautiful photograph opportunities. Cultural interactions with local Maasai communities provide insights into their traditional way of life and customs while conservation projects and anti-poaching initiatives also offer opportunities to learn and contribute to the park’s and Lake Victoria’s preservation.

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