Serengeti safari

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Serengeti safari

Who doesn’t think about Visiting The Serengeti whenever the idea of an  African Safari pops up?. Almost none!

The Serengeti National Park is always in the mind of every  Holidaymaker who wants to capture Africa’s wildlife experience. 

The Beautiful UNESCO’s world heritage park is largely spread along the North-east part of Tanzania. A huge savanna landscape with endless horizons, covered by pale yellow grass rippling in the warm breeze, gnarled acacias twisting to the sky, and vultures circling on thermals overhead. This is the most popular African Wildlife park 

Its southern part is of endless savanna grass plains stretching as far as the horizon dotted with a few flat-topped acacia trees. 

While the northern part of Serengeti comprises Dramatic scenery which makes this  Park so remarkable. 

In a nutshell, The Serengeti plain deserves its crown of being the most celebrated wildlife reserve in the world and the unmatchable park!

The Sunrises and sunsets at Serengeti are magnificent moments that none of the African Vacation Maker wouldn’t wish to miss.

About Serengeti Safari .

No doubt, The Serengeti National Park is among few parks where you will glimpse all African wild Animals at ease. All Big Five can be spotted however Rhinos are rarely seen. 

The Serengeti park is home to arrays of a large herd of impala, bushbuck, giraffe,  and klipspringer, warthog, Thompson’s, Grant’s gazelle, hartebeest, roan antelope, lesser kudu, oryx, eland, wild wildebeest, etc.

Serengeti National Park is known for an enormous number of carnivores like the African lion, leopard, honey badger, Golden wolf,  cheetah, Striped, Spotted hyena, Wild dogs, serval, and many others.

If your Bird lover, Serengeti Park is the paradise of over 500 Species of Birds from Ostrich, to small ones like  Finches. 

Where is The Serengeti?

The Serengeti National Park is a large national park Located in northern Tanzania, the park stretches over 14,763 km2 (5,700 sq mi). It is located entirely in eastern Mara Region and north east portion of Simiyu Region and contains over 1,500,000 hectares (3,700,000 acres) of virgin savanna.

When is the best time to  go?

The best time to visit Serengeti is from January to February or from June to October. However, the Serengeti’s density of wildlife offers a spectacular safari experience no matter what time of the year you are there.

 The park’s open plains and mild climate mean that vegetation is never too dense to see animals.

What to  Do in Serengeti.

  • Be part of the Great Wildebeest Migration.
  • Spot the Big Five and many more Animals
  • Get a dawn eagle view of the plan through Hot air balloon flights.
  • Meet with Masai tribes for cultural tourism.  
  • Evening and Morning Walking safaris.
  • Visit nearby Ngorongoro Crater and  The Paleoanthropological site of Olduvai Gorge.


Known as the Serengeti great migration of wildebeest migration

Wildebeests  “gnus” are stars in this annual natural phenomena where  there are more than 260000 Zebras and 470000 Antelopes who are “escorting”  1 Million Wildebeest to migrate clockwise from Southern Serengeti to Northern  then crossing the Tanzania-Kenya Border to Masai mara before come to Southern Serengeti later on

During this annual circle of more than 1930 km!“Courting”, Mating and Calving are taking places along the way as well as battling with Prey and Predators.

  • January/February/March – Wild Beasts are at southern Serengeti along with the Ndutu plans and Ngorongoro Conservation Area. At this time in the year, the southern plan is having green grazing from the previous November short rain. Calving is taking place this season. 
  • April/May – The Trip starts in these months heading towards the northern via a western corridor and central Serengeti Grumeti areas.
  • June – The herds reach central Serengeti now and are getting prepared for the toughest part of the trip.
  • July – Crossing River Grumeti taking place now. This is the most dangerous period for the Nile Crocodiles.
  • August –After the hardship of crossing River Grumeti, for those who are strong enough to battle with the Carnivorous, it is a revealing moment. This is the time of enjoying green grazing on the savanna plain of Northern Serengeti. Before the next trip to  Masai mara commenced.
  • September/October – The Wildebeest herds and their “friends” are crosing Masai Mara rivers. This season will include back and forth trips between the Masai Mara and Serengeti National Park searching for good Grazing areas.
  • November – As the short rains begin at the southern Serengeti, it is a good time for Herds to move back.
  • December – By this time all those who are still alive will have already moved from the northeast Serengeti (Lobo woodlands) to the southern plains of the Seronera plans. This is the Calving season again and the circle  reshuffled  again.


Client Reviews.

Hey Ihana Safaris   Team, Thank you!!!! I believe that all of us are grateful for your personal diligence in caring for all of us continually from the time we arrived until when we said goodbye. Thank you is not enough. A 1000 thanks for a great time with you on our 6 Days Safari trip!

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Edina Herdson

From Miami USA.- Visited Tanzania 2021

Our time in Tanzania was extremely Fabulous, We spotted Tree-climbing pride of Lions relaxed on the Acacia trees, Rhino grazing along the floor of Ngorongoro Crater. I’m so glad that your Greatest  company makes us meet our expectations. We’re promising to see you soon again.

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John Macdonald

From Manchester -UK Visited Tanzania July 2021

I believe, my kids had an unforgettable time at  Tanzania which will treasure for a lifetime. Am also feel blessed to have been able to enjoy Africa Safari together with joy and safety. Thank you and Tanzania for the Best  Time!”

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Maximillian Anderson

From Amsterdam,Visited Tanzania with his Kids September 2021

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