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Best Serengeti Safari Tours

Best Serengeti Safari Tours

Best Serengeti Safari Tours

The Serengeti is one of the most famous parks in Africa and is synonymous with wildlife and classic African scenery. It is Tanzania’s oldest park and a Unesco World Heritage Site. It is home to the spectacular wildebeest migration and offers top-class wildlife viewing throughout the year.

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Accomodation in Central Serengeti #2 November and october

The Serengeti has much to offer high-end travellers, with a wealth of luxury lodges and tented camps scattered across the reserve and on its outskirts.

Accomodation in Grumeti - western corridor - Serengeti

The Serengeti has much to offer high-end travellers, with a wealth of luxury lodges and tented camps scattered across the reserve and on its outskirts.

Top Accomodations in Serengeti

The Serengeti National Park covers a truly massive area of land, with different corners of the park offering up wildly different game drive and accommodation experiences.Dependent on the time of year you are visiting, different areas of the park offer up something different. The movements of the Wildebeest Migration, arguably the Greatest Show on Earth, further complicate things. If you’re hoping to track this massive movement of wildlife, you’ll want to be right at the heart of the action.

Below, we’ve broken down the best regions to stay in during each portion of the year.

Accomodation in Ndutu area January to March

Best Accommodation in Ndutu and Southern Serengeti: Lake Ndutu Luxury Tented Lodge, Ndutu Safari Lodge, & Lake Masek Tented Camp.

Accomodation in Grumeti - western corridor - Serengeti

Best Accommodation in Grumeti:   Sasakwa lodge, Serengeti House, Sabora Tented Camp, Faru Faru lodge, Explore mobile tented Camp & Migration Camp.

Top 12 Serengeti Luxury Safaris Lodges and Camps

Best Accommodation in Northern Serengeti: Serengeti Under Canvas, Kaskaz Mara Camp, Lamai Serengeti, Lemara Kuria Hills, & Nimali Mara.

When to go to Serengeti National Park?

The best times to visit Serengeti National Park are from January to February or from June through September, although you should plan your trip around the movement of The Great Migration. For example, winter is the best time to see the herd in Southern Serengeti, while the Western Corridor and Northern Serengeti are the best places to spend the summer and autumn months. Most safari operators will have a good idea of where the animals are headed and when, and most will adjust their itineraries based on the herd’s movement. Temperatures remain relatively constant with daytime highs resting in the 80s. You’ll find cooler weather in the Ngorongoro Conservation Area due to its higher elevation. April and May see the most rainfall, and many lodges and camps close for this slower season. Read more ….

Getting to Serengeti

The recommended point of entry is Kilimanjaro International Airport (JRO) which lies between the towns of Moshi and Arusha. The airport is located about 200 miles from the park’s southern entrance. There are a couple of international flight options such as KLM (daily), Turkish Airlines and Ethiopian Airlines (a couple of times per week). 

Kilimanjaro International Airport also has daily connections with Nairobi (NBO) in Kenya, which offers more international flight possibilities. Additional airlines such as British Airways, Emirates and others fly into Tanzania’s capital Dar es Salaam (DAR)

Please note that arriving at Dar es Salaam may require an extra overnight and a domestic flight on a small regional airline with luggage restrictions.

Activities in Serengeti National Park

The Serengeti is one of the most sought-after tourist destinations in the world. It is home to a large variety of wildlife and fauna, and to one of the ten natural wonders of the world: The Great Migration. The Serengeti is stretch along 30,000 square feet of land and provide a large variety of things to see and do during a visit. As a company that operates in the Serengeti area, here are 10 activities we recommend doing in Serengeti National Park. Tanzania’s Serengeti National Park is one of the world’s most beloved and recognizable wilderness areas, and there is so much more to do than ‘just’ go out on game drives.  


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The Great Wildebeest Migration – the annual migration of giant herds of grazers across Northern Tanzania and Kenya is a truly spectacular event. Over two million wildebeest, zebras and gazelles move through the Serengeti and Masai Mara ecosystems . 


There’s no better way to experience a safari by doing a Hot air Balloon safari serengeti. A sunrise hot-air balloon flight over the Serengeti sure is one of the most unforgettable and extraordinary adventures you can do and it’s definitely one of the main highlights of your safari. 


A full day spent out on safari is the best way to see the range of what the magnificent Serengeti national park has to offer. It’s good to start on a full stomach, so after breakfast in your tent or the restaurant (you choose), it normally start at around 7 am,


The Serengeti has more than 500 bird species recorded, and the Serengeti-Mara ecosystem is one of Africa’s Endemic Bird Areas (land important for habitat-based bird conservation containing restricted-range bird species), hosting five bird species found nowhere else.


Seronera Valley is the Big Cat Capital of Africa! There is simply no better place in Africa to observe large carnivores in action! Excellent encounters are available year round and it is not unusual to encounter all four large predators (lion, hyena, leopard and cheetah.


Retina Pool offers the best hippo viewing in the Serengeti. The most unique feature and compelling draw for visitors to the Retina Pool is that they are permitted to leave the vehicle and view the hippos on foot. The riverbank here is about 10-feet above the pool.

Serengeti  frequently Asked Questions

We recommend four days and three nights as the minimum time to gain maximum benefit from a stay at Serengeti Bushtops. This gives you the chance to explore in all directions, from the heart of the Northern Serengeti, with each adventure balanced by time spent at leisure. The longer you stay, the more you’ll see.

The best time to visit the 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 visit.

You can enjoy Serengeti for two days as Minimum, 2 days is plenty to see, hear and experience the incredible wildlife and sights of the Serengeti. The number of days needed to properly do a Serengeti safari can range from 2-4 days to 1-2 weeks, depending on how much time and budget a visitor has.

  • T-shirts and tank tops
  • Long-sleeved shirts (for protection from sunburns)
  • Shorts
  • Light long pants or convertible long-short pants
  • Warm fleece pullover or jacket
  • One swimsuit
  • Cotton socks and underwear
  • Pajamas
  • One pair of comfortable walking shoes
  • One pair of sandals or flip-flops
  • Wide-brimmed hat
  • Bandana (for dust)
  • Heavy sweater, gloves, and toque if traveling in the cold season (June – August)

Central Serengeti; The heart of the Serengeti National Park delivers superb game viewing throughout the year and is home to a great selection of safari camps and lodges. The area offers good access to all the Wildebeest Migration hotspots and supports a high density of plains game, leopard, cheetah and lion.

YES! So many factors to consider, to mention one; Serengeti National Park covers an area of about 5,700 mi² (14,763 km²) vs Masai Mara’s 585 mi² (1,510 km²) size. If you want to experience vast African savannahs at their best, then Serengeti is the better African safari destination for you

Most days have a fine, clear sky. It gets cold at night with minimum temperatures around 14°C/57°F. June, July, August & September – Occasional cold fronts are possible, with temperatures close to freezing. It’s usually cold early in the morning.

YES! As malaria is present in the Serengeti, you should take measures to protect yourself. Apply DEET-based mosquito repellent (these formulations are the most effective) and take antimalarial medication.

3000 lions; Serengeti national park is home to over 3000 lions which is said to be the largest population of lions in Africa.