Serengeti National Park

The Serengeti National Park is Tanzania's oldest and most popular national park. It is a designated UNESCO World Heritage site and was recently proclaimed a 7th world wide wonder. The Serengeti is widely regarded as the best wildlife reserve in Africa is most famous for its annual migration of over one and a half million wildebeest and 250,000 zebra. A trip to the Serengeti National Park is certainly one that you will never forget.  principal commercial city of Tanzania. 

The park covers 5,700 sq miles of grassland and savanna as well as forest and woodlands. The park is usually described in three regions: The Serengeti plains where wildebeest breed from December to May. Other hoofed animals including zebra, gazelle, and impala also occur in huge numbers. The western corridor is characterized by swampy savannahs and is home to enormous Nile crocodiles. The Northern Serengeti is dominated by open woodlands and the bushy savannah is the best place to find elephant, giraffes and other large wildlife.

But there is more to Serengeti than large mammals. The liberating sense of space that characterizes the Serengeti Plains stretches across the sunburned savannah to the golden horizon. After the rains the grass is transformed into an endless green carpet flecked with wildflowers. And as popular the Serengeti might be, it remains so vast that you may be the only human audience.

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