embalakai Authentic Camp
Embalakai Authentic Camp
The Serengeti National Park is the most well-known in Africa. Because of the incredible concentrations of predators and the massive migration of two million grazers, a safari here is guaranteed to be exceptional. As a result, their grazing grounds are among the richest in the African bush., and as a result, their herds and predator concentrations are among the highest on the planet.
The Serengeti in Africa is one of those really unusual places that manages to exceed expectations and take your breath away despite its illustrious reputation. This larger territory, which is surrounded by unique tribes like the Massai and Hadzabe, is likewise fascinating from a cultural standpoint. The park as a whole is a UNESCO World Heritage Site, and because of the diverse ecosystem and abundance of species, you may spend a lot of time in different areas and never feel like you’ve seen everything. It’s not just the animals that make a Serengeti safari so memorable, from the majestic Kjopes in the north to the acacia-dotted boundless plains in the south. In a nutshell, it is without a doubt the world’s most famous wildlife reserve; nowhere else compares. It’s incredible!
The Great Migration is the park's principal feature.
The Serengeti is home to so many different species that it’s impossible to list them all here, which is why it’s such an important element of a Tanzania safari. The Great Migration, which includes up to 2 million wildebeest, 200,000 zebras, and 350,000 Thompson, Impala, and Grant’s gazelles, is the park’s principal attraction. Many believe it to be the most spectacular remaining African wildlife show. Predator watching is outstanding, with roughly 3–4,000 lions and large concentrations of cheetah, leopard, and hyena. Topi, eland, hartebeest, buffalo, elephant, caracal, serval, bat-eared fox, hyrax, genet, hares, porcupine, aardvark, giraffe, jackal, mongoose, crocodile, monitor lizard, aardwolf, baboons, vervet and colobus monkeys, and over 500 species of birds are among the creatures.
Where is the Serengeti?
A Northern Tanzania safari itinerary is incomplete without a visit to the Serengeti. It’s a vast stretch of endless plains teeming with wildlife in Tanzania’s northwestern region, which borders Kenya’s famous Masai Mara. It’s only a short flight from Arusha (and many other Northern Tanzanian airstrips!) –and one you should take if you’re planning on visiting other Northern Tanzania parks. Many visitors come to Northern Tanzania not only to see the vibrant Maasai culture in the Ngorongoro Highlands, but also to see the Ngorongoro Crater. Other nearby parks, such as Lake Manyara and Tarangire, are more “add-on” destinations; the Serengeti, in our opinion, is the true star of the show.