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Serengeti National Park

Serengeti National Park

A UNESCO World Heritage Site

The Serengeti National Park is a UNESCO World Heritage Site – and rightly so. Large groups of ungulates, zebras and wildebeest are followed by large numbers of predators lurking in the grass in search of the next meal – or resting after it. The nature is fantastic in itself with the typical acacia trees in front of the savannah horizon. Beige, yellow, gray, blue and everything in a square if the storm comes in. Magical to experience an environment completely undisturbed by humans and one of the oldest ecosystems on earth.

The Serengeti can be visited all year round. You can plan to be there at the calving in February, see this hiking trip, or when they cross the river around October. However, it is this time many others also plan to be there then. So the choice of time depends on what experience you are looking for. We think you should do hiking – it’s the most amazing of all. And then there will be a car safari on the way there and back. SO it will be both.


Dramatic and varied nature to enjoy is offered. In addition to the classic acacia trees that lean against the savannah’s grass green horizon, the Serengeti is known for its kopjes. Kopjes are protruding rock formations that are liked by all kinds of reptiles such as dragons and snakes. On top of a copy you can often see lions or cheetahs taking a nap with a good view of the surroundings. Along the various rivers it is greener and here there are both palm trees and sausage trees. As if all this crazy beauty is not enough, there are also lots of animals here. There is a well-known copy, Gol copy. This is home to many cheetahs. On our hiking safari at the gnu calving we get up early to sit up on the copy and watch the cheetahs return after the eighteenth hunt.

Wildlife in the Serengeti

In the Serengeti there are all 13 different predators: lion, leopard, cheetah, jackal, hyena and crocodile to name a few. Here you also have a chance at “the big five”: lion, elephant, buffalo, rhino and leopard. Lions are more or less everywhere and the Serengeti is known to have the most densely populated lion population in Africa. You can find them in piles relaxing under the trees or strolling around the savannah. We all want to see a hunt, and it happens that you get. Or at least the result of it. The leopard is harder to spot because he usually spends most of his time in a tree with his prey to avoid the hyenas. You see elephants and buffaloes grazing here and there. Some black rhinos are found in the Serengeti but are difficult to detect as they prefer to stay away. Also the birds then.

Migration in the Serengeti

You have probably heard of Serengeti’s migration. Millions of animals in search of rain and green grass. Read more about Serengeti’s migration. We have a completely unique hiking safari where you get close to migration

Best time

The whole year

Height ö.h

920 - 1,850 m


‎14,750 km²

Rainy season



Hiking safari

Car safari
Visit to maasaiby

Balloon safari

Night safari (by car dock)

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