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EXPLORE THE ICONIC SERENGETI NATIONAL PARK (Home to the Greatest Wildebeest Migration) Imagine witnessing the enchanting spectacle of dawn and dusk in the world's finest national park. Here in the Serengeti, the name derived from the Maasai tribe, Tanzania's vast plains beckon, boasting an area of about 30,000 square kilometers teeming with over 70 species of the earth's largest mammals, 500 bird species, and diverse habitats including riverine forests, swamps, savannah grasslands, and woodlands. Even if you're not a nature enthusiast, the Serengeti will captivate you with its stunning sights, offering glimpses of unique species like the vibrant Fischer's lovebirds and the majestic Kori bustard with their impressive white beards. The park can be divided into several major sections: -The Southern Central Serengeti Plains: Seronera, the oldest camping site in the Serengeti, provides opportunities for interactions between flora and fauna. It's renowned as the predator capital of the world, home to cheetahs, leopards, and lions, with the Moru site hosting approximately 25 black rhinos. -The Southern Plain & Lake Ndutu: This area offers a glimpse into the Serengeti's ancient past, with traces of the earliest human footsteps. It's a haven for elands, wildebeests, and ostriches, making it a paradise during the low season. -The Western Corridor: Stretching from Lake Victoria along the Grumeti River, this region is the epicenter of the Great Wildebeest Migration and is home to crocodiles, particularly accessible from May to July. The Grumeti area also features a 'private' game reserve allowing night walks for visitors with guides. Another highlight is the Northern area with the River Mara, where wildebeests and zebras cross the border between July and September, adding to the park's allure.

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