The Serengeti National Park is where vacation-goers come to fell the true experience of an African wild safari. The park is blessed with wildlife, endless plains, sunrises, and sunsets which makes your heart go wild. Serengeti Plains are known for having a huge wildlife population in Africa.
White-bearded wildebeest, zebras, and gazelle annual migrate from Serengeti to Masai-Mara Kenya is the Lifetime experience which you can’t afford to miss!.
The Serengeti National Park, or Serengeti Park, or just Serengeti, was founded to prevent depopulation of lions which were Hunted. In 1921 the British colonial administration in Tanzania apportioned around 3.2 Square Kilometers of the plain as a partial Game Reserve, the year 1929 the Administration declared Serengeti as a full game reserve. In 1951 the Game Reserve was declared to be National Park. 1981 the Park was announced as a Unesco World Heritage Site
he Serengeti National Park is a paradise of all African wild animals. It is the dwelling place for the entire Big Five, however, the rhinos are hard to see them as their population continues to diminish due to poaching.
The Home of Wildlife.
Some of the arrays of animals found in the park are large herds of impala, bushbuck, hartebeest, giraffe, klipspringer. Thompson’s and Grant’s gazelle, warthog, roan antelope, lesser kudu, oryx, eland, wild wildebeest, etc.
Serengeti National Park.is the home of Carnivores like the African lion, leopard, honey badger, Golden wolf, cheetah, Striped and Spotted hyena, Wild dogs, serval, and many others.
The Paradise of Birds.
Serengeti Park is a Birder’s paradise, the plains have more than 500 different species of birds, from large ones as ostrich, the yellow and red barbet, Hartlaub’s turaco, the Ashy starling, Ficher’s lovebird, the Black crake, to very small ones as Finches.
The world's greatest wildlife migration,include more than 1.5 million wildebeest and thousands of zebra and gazelle from Serengeti to Masai Mara and Back to Serengeti.
The annual Great Migration season is the natural event that bringing more tourists to Serengeti than any other season of the year. This is the biggest migration of animals on the planet earth which referred to as Seven Natural Wonders of Africa.
At around the same time each year, wildebeest migration starts in the southern Serengeti towards, Masai Mara National Park in Kenya. This “Journey” including, around 260 000 zebras 1.7 million wildebeest and roughly 470000 Antelopes.
The Migration starts around January to March which is rain season at Southern Serengeti, along with being the rainy season, it is also the breeding season whereby Over 500,000 Calves will be Born in this Time.
Around July, animals will start to cross the Grumeti and Mara rivers in July. Early August Wildbests and their “accompany” will start to arrive in Masai Mara National park, where they will stay until November when the Rain will start again in the Southern plains, this season will bring Animals back again!. This circle covers over 1000 kilometres each year.
To get the Fullest experience of the Serengeti Safari timing is very important, at most you have to consider the movement of Herds. Without this, in your mind, you might find all animals including Predators have moved to different locations.
The best Serengeti tour Season is the one that including the period of Wildbeast calving or the Serengeti Grummet mating and Mara river crossing time.
THE SERENGETI’S CLIMATE
At most climate in Serengeti is moderate never be very hot, but it can be too cold at nights and early mornings.
June to October is the Dry seasons and the Plains are experiencing two sessions of rains, ‘short rains’ from November to December, and the ‘long rains’ that from March to May.