Serengeti National Park

Serengeti national park is a World Heritage Site crowded with wildlife over 2 million ungulates, 4000 lions, 1000 leopards, 550 cheetahs, and some 500 bird species inhabit a region near 15,000 square kilometers in size. Explore the endless Serengeti plains dotted with trees and kopjes, gaze upon the great Migration, and find an elusive leopard during a very riverine forest, birds over the plains at sunrise. It’s the only place where you will be able to witness immeasurable migrating wildebeest over the Acacia plains, and doubtless the closest to an untouched African wilderness you'll ever get.

The magic of Serengeti park isn't easy to clarify in words. the real smiles of the Maasai people, supplying you with an instant warming glow inside. or just the feeling of regularly being amongst thousands of animals. Most visitors come here to witness legion wildebeest, zebras, gazelles, and elands on a mass trek to quench their thirst for water and eat fresh grass. During this great cycle movement, these ungulates move around the ecosystem in a very very seasonal pattern, defined by rainfall and grass nutrients.

These large herds on the move can’t be witnessed anywhere else. The park is unfenced giving animals enough space to make their return journey, one that they’ve been doing for varied years. When planning your Serengeti safari you presumably want to include seeing the nice great Migration. The annual migration of ungulates, wildebeests zebra and gazelle, Grant's gazelle and eland, through Serengeti parkland the simplest wildlife spectacle of its type in Africa, and perhaps the earth. Although the migration patterns occur from years to years, Serengeti migrations follow an annual cycle based on the rainfall patterns.