The Serengeti National park is one of the most important natural protected areas of eastern Africa. It spans over an area of 14,763 Km² bounded by the Kenyan border near Masai Mara, the Ngorongoro natural reserve and other important wildlife reserves. It was declared a World Heritage site by UNESCO on 1981.
You will be able to find among many other species, all five members of the so-called “big five”: elephants, lions, leopards, rhinos (*black) and Serengeti is perhaps most renowned for the great migration of its Wildebeest.
The Masai who had grazed their cattle on the vast grassy plains for thousands of years had always thought likewise. To them, it was “Siringitu” the place where the land moves on forever.