|Area:||14,763 square kilometers|
|Altitude:||920 meters to 1850 meters|
|Location:||East Mara Region and North Arusha Region|
|Common animal sightings:||Wildebeest, Grant's gazelle, giraffe, Dik-dik, hyrax, topi, zebra, impala, and the big five—lion, leopard, elephant, buffalo, black rhino.|
|Common bird sightings:||Namaqua Dove, speckled pigeon, rock pigeon, Black-headed Gonolek, grey-breasted Spurfowl, Southern Ground Hornbill, spotted woodpecker, Usambiro Barbet, chalow's wheatear.|
- Take a hot air balloon ride over the Serengeti at sunrise to see the vast savannah and wildlife.
- Enjoy guided Serengeti game drive safaris with experienced safari guides who will take you deep into the wilderness to spot wildlife, including the Big Five.
- Visit local Maasai villages and learn about their culture and way of life.
- Witness the Great Wildebeest Migration, where millions of wildebeests and zebras take their breathtaking annual journey between Serengeti National Park in Tanzania and Maasai Mara National Reserve in Kenya.
- Step off the beaten path with an armed ranger, exploring Serengeti’s untouched corners, observing flora, fauna, and smaller wildlife up close.
- Embark on a thrilling night safari to witness elusive creatures and predators prowling under the moonlit sky as a part of your Serengeti adventure tour.
- Join conservationists on a unique behind-the-scenes experience, contributing to wildlife research or tree planting to preserve Serengeti’s biodiversity.
- Plan your visit to Serengeti from January to March for the wildebeest calving season and from May to July for the annual wildebeest migration.
- Tanzania is a malaria-risk country, so visit your doctor before your trip to get anti-malaria medication. Also, always carry insect repellent and sleep under a mosquito net while camping.
- When packing for your Serengeti safari holiday, pack lightweight, earth-toned clothing to blend with the environment so you do not disturb the wildlife or get noticed while on a walking safari.
- Embrace early morning and late afternoon game drives for the best chances of spotting elusive predators and witnessing breathtaking Tanzanian sunrises and sunsets.