A UNESCO World Heritage Site, the Serengeti's endless plains are patrolled by Africa's big cats, elephant, buffalo, gazelle and giraffe. The oldest national park in Tanzania, it is also home to the annual migration of over two million wildebeest, along with more than 200,000 zebra and 300,000 Thomson's gazelle, as they make their way across the park in search of fresh grazing.
This is the longest overland migration in the world, and predators are waiting to take advantage of the sheer numbers of prey on the plains. The Serengeti is Tanzania's largest national park at 14,763 sq km (5,700 sq miles).
The oldest National Park in Tanzania
Home to the annual migration
Where to Stay
You will note that we present our accommodation options in a slightly different way, Instagram style. You won't find lengthy descriptions and information on how many hair dryers there are in your bedroom. We let the pictures do the talking. We prefer to get to know you, your likes and your quotation will include our detailed hotel recommendations and information (including hairdryers!).
A mobile tented camp in the style of safaris of old
A luxurious tented camp in a remote area of the Serengeti.
We love the unusual dome shaped suites in traditional rondavel style
A simple but luxurious tented camp in true safari style
A luxurious tented camp on the famous Mara crossing
An authentic tented safari experience in true safari style