Serengeti is a bare savannah, which is located in the Northern part of Tanzania, East of Lake Victoria on a plain of an approximately 30 000 km² area, and reaches to the Southern border of Kenya.
In the centre of the Serengeti area, there is “Serengeti National Park”, which with its area of 14 763 km² is one of the largest national parks and is most probably the most well-known national park of the world. Since 1981, it has been listed on the UNESCO World Heritage List, and is one of the biosphere reservations.
In this area, there are more than 1.8 million herbivorous and several thousands of rapacious animals. Gnus, gazelles, zebras, buffalos and the lions hunting these animals are widespread in this area.
Gnus, zebras, Thomson-gazelles and elands migrate when dry and rainy seasons change. Since the Pleistocene area, they have been migrating through the Serengeti from North to South, entering the neighbouring Masai Mara National Park, and then back on the same route. Spend your holiday in Kenya.