Serengeti National Park

The name Serengeti comes from the Maasai word “Siringet” referring to an “endless plains”. As you stand on the southern grass plains, you can witness one of the greatest concentrations of plain  animals left on earth. The plains were formed 3-4 million years ago when ash blown from volcanoes in the  Ngorongoro highlands covered the rolling landscape.

The Serengeti truly boasts some amazing wildlife numbers. Some staggering numbers: more than 500  species of birds and 300 species of mammals (of which 80 large mammals) call the plains of Serengeti  home.


Coverage in SQ KM


Species of birds


Species of mammals

Major Attractions in Serengeti

Endless Plain with no horizon

This is an Endless plain that you can’t see the horizon, is the breading and feeding ground for about  2Millions animals during the rainy season.

Wilder Beast Migration (Based on Migration Calendar)

Is the trek or movement of animals from Serengeti to Masai Mara Kenya, occurring every year that  involves about 2M wildebeest, 800K zebras 500K gazelles. The travel distance is 800KM covering the  area of 36,000 SQM

Migration Calendar

Through this trekking,migration passes at Mara riverwhere they will provide annual food to the crocs,it's  an amazing scene to see thiscrossing activity.

The biggest concertation of Big Cats - Cheetah, Lion and Leopard.

Serengeti provides good shelters to cats (Plains, Kopjes and trees) also it ensures a plenty of preys  (wildebeest, zebra etc.)

Big crocodiles & Hippo.

Crocodiles and hippos are found in pools around the park, Retima hippo pool, Grumeti river and Mara  river. Those are the only key places to find biggest crocodiles about 5.5 meters long.