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Serengeti Game Reserve | Top Destinations Tanzania

Overview
Serengeti National Park is one of the best-known wildlife sanctuary in the world, and symbolises the classic African safari. With more than 2 million wildebeest, half a million Thomson’s gazelle, and a quarter of a million zebra, it has the greatest concentration of plains game in Africa. The Serengeti is also synonymous with the annual wildebeest and zebra migration.

Game Viewing + Activities
Although outnumbered eight to one, the zebra join in the migration, maintaining their family units of about a dozen members, each with a dominant stallion. Lion, cheetah, hyena and hunting dog follow the wildebeest and zebra, making sure that only the fittest survive. In November, when the grazing is finished in the North, this army of animals surges back to the now green pastures of the south, where they calve and mate before starting the entire cycle again.Normally, the best time to see the animals here is during January and February. Heading north into the Park, the grass becomes noticeably longer, and it is usual to see Grant’s and Thomson’s gazelles, as well as the occasional small groups of topi and kongoni. Out of the vast sea of grass also rise great granite outcrops, known as ‘kopjes’, which have their own range of vegetation and wildlife. Towards Seronera, the Park headquarters, the landscape becomes more varied. Hills rise out of plains criss-crossed by small rivers. Umbrella acacia trees appear, elegant and serene, contrasting with the twisted commiphora trees.

Where to Stay
Serengeti Serena Safari Lodge

Serena Safari Lodge is a large lodge located in the central Serengeti. It is well located for the migration between December and May.Serena have a number of large upmarket motel type lodges in Tanzania. There camp in the Serengetioffers a traditional Maasai style lodge built of thatch in round rooms; guests can choose between 66 bedrooms each with a stone bathroom and a private balcony. The lodge also has a swimming pool surrounded by shady trees and sun beds in a private area. The lodge offers beautiful views from the central dining room and the bar area. Meals are good with buffets available as well as dishes prepared in the open-air kitchen. Friendly and efficient staff will see to your every need and special requests can be catered for including Bush breakfasts or bush dinners.

Kleins Camp
Klein’s Camp in the Northern Serengeti eco-system. It is perched on the edge of the Kuka Hills, which straddles the north-eastern border of the Serengeti National Park. Set in a private 10 000-hectare/24 500-acre wildlife sanctuary overlooking wooded hillsides, rolling grasslands, marshes and forested riverbanks, the camps’ spectacular location is in a vital corridor linking the Serengeti in Tanzania and Maasai Mara in Kenya.Klein’s Camp is unique in Tanzania in that night game-drives and bush walks are offered and driving off-road in open game-viewing vehicles is permitted. Klein’s Camp offers 10 intimate cottages of local stone and thatch with rich wooden floors and classic interiors. The bathrooms are en-suite. From the private veranda a diversity of resident wildlife may be viewed in the valley below. The camp has a large beautifully furnished open-sided bar/sitting area with a central fireplace, just a short walk from the dining room, both with sweeping views of the valley and surrounding hills. There is a pool and deck tucked into the hillside and a shop stocks locally made Maasai crafts.