Is there a more iconic safari destination than the Serengeti in Tanzania? Seemingly endless savanna, dotted by acacia trees and home to a plethora of wildlife and Africa’s main stage of the eternal fight for survival between prey and predator. This is also where you can witness nature’s greatest spectacle, the annual Great Migration: hundreds of thousands of wildebeest, zebra and smaller antelope move through the Serengeti Plains.

‘Endless plains’. This is what the Maasai called these beautiful and bountiful lands that their ancestors have been living in for hundreds of years in northern Tanzania: Serengeti.

The vast savanna stretches over 30,000 square kilometres and is shared by thousands of lions, leopards, hyenas and cheetah as well as hundreds of thousands of plains game like zebra, gazelles, impala, topis and wildebeest. The latter form the centre of a huge clockwise annual migration following greener pastures from the Serengeti Plains north, crossing the border into the Masai Mara Reserve in Kenya, and back.

Beautiful camps are scattered all over the Serengeti, many of them being mobile tented camps that follow the migration and give you a authentic safari feel. Step out into the plains, close your eyes, take a deep breath and listen to the symphony of sounds around you.


Textbook Landscape

The ultimate definition of open, vast savanna

Great Migration

This is where close to a million wildebeest, zebra and antelope migrate through the plains each year

Safari Feels

Follow the footsteps of the first explorers in authentic tented camps

Maasai Land

Rich in culture and history



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