Few people forget their first encounter with Serengeti National Park. The view from the summit of Naabi Hill at the park’s entrance, from where the Serengeti’s open grasslands stretch Or spotting male lions stalking across open plains, their manes blown by the breeze Or it may be the epic migration of animals in their millions “Seven New Wonders of the World” Whatever it is, welcome to one of the wildest places, one of the greatest wildlife-watching destinations on earth. The 14,763 sq km Serengeti National Park is also renowned for its predators, especially its lions hunting alongside the lions are cheetahs, leopards, hyenas, jackals and more. These feast on zebras, giraffes, buffaloes, Thomson’s and Grant’s gazelles, topis, elands, hartebeest, impalas, klipspringers, duikers and so many more. Big chance of spotting part of the big five !
It’s an incredible birdwatching destination, too, with over 500 species. Serengeti borders Masai Mara forming the largest animal Kingdom