The endless plain and witness to one of nature's great spectacles: the Great Migration of millions of wildebeest, zebra and other grazing animals seeking fresh grasses — followed closely by Africa's largest concentration of predators. Whether you're a first-time Africa visitor or seasoned safari-goers, wildlife Great Migration is not to be missed with passionate safari guides from RHINO EXPLORER TOURS & SAFARIS.
Visited by over 350,000 visitors around the world each year, Serengeti National Park is Tanzania’s oldest and most famous park. Known for its great migration of wildebeest, zebras, and gazelle, the park stretches north to the Kenyan border and west to the edge of Lake Victoria in northern Tanzania. The grasslands of the Serengeti plains, the swampy black clay of the Grumeti River, and the open woodlands of the northern Serengeti, are home to a spectacular variety of wildlife. "Predator versus prey" dominates life in the park. Spot a Maasai lion stalking its dinner on the grassy plains, or see the crocodiles lie in wait for a wildebeest feast. A Unesco World Heritage Site since 1981, Serengeti National Park offers the complete safari experience.
The annual migration of the wildebeest is one of the most impressive sights in Africa. About 1000000 wildebeest out of the over 1500000 currently recorded wildebeest are constantly on the move following the path of the rains and the new grass.
Witnessing a river crossing of the great wildebeest migration is a heart-pounding experience. The path of the migration takes the herds thundering across the Grumeti River.
The crocodiles that live in the Grumeti River are renowned as the largest in Africa. Feasting on the casualties from the river crossings of the wildebeest they can grow up to 6 meters (20 feet) long !!!
The Serengeti is home to an endless list of wildlife including lions, leopards, rhinoceros, elephants, buffalos, and cheetahs. Many predators can be found in the park, including all three species of African jackal.
Wildebeest, zebra, gazelle, impala hartebeest, topi and waterbuck wander the grasslands.
More than 500 species of birds, insects and small creatures also call the Serengeti home.
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