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Serengeti National Park

Itinerary Overview
Day by Day

About Serengeti National Park

Serengeti national park It’s the only place where you can witness millions of migrating wildebeest over the Acacia plains, it’s the cradle of human life, and probably the closest to an untouched African wilderness you will ever get: welcome to Serengeti National Park. Where time seems to stand still, despite the thousands of animals constantly on the move. Also one of the first sites listed as a World Heritage Site was when United Nations delegates met in Stockholm in 1981. 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 shows us how dynamic ecosystems really are. Today, most visitors come here with one aim alone: to witness millions of wildebeests, zebras, gazelles and elands on a mass trek to quench their thirst for water and eat fresh grass. During this great cyclical movement, these ungulates move around the ecosystem in a seasonal pattern, defined by rainfall and grass nutrients. These large herds of animals on the move can’t be witnessed anywhere else. Whereas other famous wildlife parks are fenced, the Serengeti is protected, but unfenced. Giving animals enough space to make their return journey, one that they’ve been doing for millions of years. Read more about the Great Migration

Day 1- Arrive at Arusha any time. An arrival transfer is included

When you land at Arusha through KIA airport or by any transport I will be InTouch with you, then I will take you to a lodge or hotel

Day 2- Visiting Serengeti National Park

You will immerse yourself in the splendor of the Serengeti, one of Africa’s most celebrated wildlife reserves. Discover the park’s iconic creatures when you set out in a 4x4 on morning and afternoon safaris through the golden grasslands. With luck, spot all of Africa’s “big five”—lion, leopard, elephant, rhino, and buffalo. Later, visit the Serengeti Wildlife Research Centre, and enjoy a talk by one of the visiting researchers.

Day 3- Exploring a huge area of Serengeti Bush

On this day we will be walking on Bush and observing how animals are live here at Serengeti and looking out for the park’s wild denizens along the drive

Day 4- Visiting Serengeti Wildebeest routines

After breakfast on your third day you set out for a full day’s game drive for wildebeest , including a sumptuous buffet lunch within the Serengeti National Park. This day-long adventure is likely to be the highlight of your stay, as the wonders of the Serengeti reveal themselves

Day 5- Using Balloon to explore all directions easily

On this day, the earlier you rise the more you will see along the Mara river (the divide between the Serengeti in Tanzania and the Mara in Kenya). After a Bush breakfast, you return to camp at midday, to catch up on your beauty sleep. Alternatively (having pre-booked) you might choose an early morning balloon safari, which concludes with a champagne breakfast in the midst of the grasslands.

Day 6- Going to Lions territories

We will fire our engine and take the time to find lions during finding lions also you will see other animals like cheeter and rhinos and more.

Day 7- Finalizing with Extra thing like visiting Bush peoples and more

They say that every good thing has to end – and that parting is such sweet sorrow. However, one last natural wonder is left: the drive to the airstrip. This is your last opportunity to find something special in the landscape, so your ranger and spotter will be as keen as you are to pick out a final attraction to be captured as a parting memory, or on film forever.