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Serengeti National Park Tanzania, Insider guide  to Tanzania Wildlife Guide.

Welcome to Serengeti national park tanzania insider guide offering reliable travel info about Serengeti Tanzania , the world UNESCO heritage site and listed among the seven wonders of the world . Find all the info about Serengeti like when is the best time to visit , things to do, Serengeti safaris in Tanzania, Safari tour operators, Safari lodges in Tanzania, accommodations in Serengeti & Climatic change in Tanzania.

Serengeti national park have breathtaking scenery located in the tanzania tourism hub that offers great outdoor activities for spotting wildlife safari in east Africa. Pack up the tent or rooftop tent  or book a chalet and load up with provisions and head into the bush with the whole family.

Serengeti National Park is undoubtedly the best-known wildlife sanctuary in the world and ranked at the same footing with Masai Mara National Park Kenya, unequalled for its natural beauty and scientific value, it has the greatest concentration of plains game in Africa.

Serengeti National Park is a Tanzanian national park located in the Serengeti ecosystem in the Mara and Simiyu regions in the northern province of tanzania that is the tourism destinations . It is famous for its annual wild beest migration that tend to be crossing from Serengeti to Masai mara national park due to the change in the climatic condition .

Serengeti National Park is a large conservation area located in the north of Tanzania. The park flows over into neighboring Kenya where it’s known as the Masai Mara Game Reserve.

Serengeti National Park was one of the first sites listed as a World Heritage Site when United Nations delegates met in Stockholm in 1972. Already by the late 1950s, this area had been recognized as a unique ecosystem, providing us with many insights into how the natural world functions and showing us how dynamic ecosystems really are.

Take in the spectacular scenery while hiking with the family or friends. Enjoy bird watching and game viewing,  set on 4×4 trails, go swimming and canoeing in the near by national parks like lake Manyara national park. Explore the rich cultural history of  Tanzania and see ancient Bushmen rock art in the wilderness of Tanzania.

What Does the name Serengeti mean  in Tanzania?

As its well known worldwide that the name Serengeti is derived from the masai phrase which is siringet meaning endless plains in tanzania , this is clear indication that the masai people are the ones found in Serengeti national park as the case in masai mara Game Reserve in Kenya side.

Serengeti National Park is ranked among the top most destinations to be visited in the republic of Tanzania for watching the big five animals . Serengeti National Park is located in northern Tanzania and is truly vast, covering an area of about 5,700 square miles (14,763 sq km). For travelers’ purposes, Serengeti is typically used to refer specifically to the protected national park. But the greater Serengeti ecosystem is much larger, roughly 18,600 sq miles (30,000 sq km) and includes several other game reserves and parks, notably the Ngorongoro Conservation Area and Kenya’s Masai Mara National Park. The great Serengeti area is roughly defined by the wildebeest migration route.

How much are the Entrance fees to visit Serengeti National Park?

No traveler selects to visit Tanzania for tanzania Safari without visiting Serengeti national park , where massive tourism is happening in Tanzania. Serengeti national park is under the management of the Tanzania National Parks and  the park fees are determined already, no bargaining as the park entrance fees are standard (  Fixed) Serengeti National Park fees are $60/person Plus 10 % VAT which makes the fees 70$$$  for visitors over age 16, $30/child (ages 5 to 16), and free for children under 5 years of age. These fees are valid for a period of 24 Hours.

When is the best time to visit Serengeti National Park?

Serengeti National Park is top destination that is a must visit while on Tanzania Safaris, which the best things to do including the Wildlife watching during the game drives. its clear that all national parks of tanzania are open for visitation during the entire year.

Serengeti national park is one of the areas in Tanzania that offers good game viewing all year round, although you might want to avoid the heavy rains in April and May. However, depending on your sightseeing priorities (wildebeest calving, wildebeest river crossing, best time to see predators, birding ). You will need to plan your tanzania safari holiday accordingly to the interest of the things to do in the Serengeti Tanzania.  While all seasons can be a great time to visit Serengeti , it is perhaps more important to figure out what parts of the Serengeti you’ll want to explore during your visit which will largely depend on your sightseeing priorities and the timing and length of your visit.

Sections of Serengeti National Park Tanzania

its well known and blogged much that Serengeti national park has four sectors that are open for visitation and each sector is different from the other , depending on the interests of the traveler . Find the details about the Serengeti national park sectors.

Northern Serengeti Sector .

Northern Serengeti area (Kogatende, Lobo, Loliondo) is the least visited and most remote section of the Serengeti but also offers some of the top luxury camps and lodges in the country. Possibility to see Mara River crossings here around July and August and several camps in the north offer walking safaris and off-road experiences.

Southern Serengeti Sector

Southern plains area of the Serengeti national park is easy to access and offers a great place to see the herds from about December to March and the calving season in February is particularly rewarding, but wildlife is generally much more scarce during the dry season.

Central Serengeti Sector

Central Serengeti and Seronera area is the most visited as wildlife viewing is good here year-round and it has the most lodging options, but it is also the most crowded section of the park.

Western Serengeti Sector

Western Serengeti area or Western Corridor offers decent wildlife viewing all year round with the migration reaching the Grumeti River around May or June and the river is also a great place to view crocodiles and hippos.

open for visitations Here is a very rough guide to the Serengeti’s four sections (just note that each of these sections is still very large) and what you can expect to see: The Southern plains area of the Serengeti is easy to access and offers a great place to see the herds from about December to March and the calving season in February is particularly rewarding, but wildlife is generally much more scarce during the dry season. The Central Serengeti and Seronera area is the most visited as wildlife viewing is good here year-round and it has the most lodging options, but it is also the most crowded section of the park. The Western Serengeti area or Western Corridor offers decent wildlife viewing all year round with the migration reaching the Grumeti River around May or June and the river is also a great place to view crocodiles and hippos.
Where can I stay?

There are a number of public campsites ($30/adult), special campsites ($50/adult), tented camps, and lodges in the Serengeti. The largest number and greatest variety of lodging exists in the Central Serengeti region around Seronera. Whether you want to camp on the cheap, sleep in a remote luxury tented camp, or stay in a large lodge with all the familiar Western amenities, you should be able to find something in the Serengeti suiting any lifestyle or budget. You should book accommodations well in advance, especially in peak season.