Memorable Tourism Experience in Serengeti National park : Serengeti National Park is the most well-known destination for African safari vacations due to the diversity of wildlife found within the park. It is among the Wonders of Africa and a World Heritage site, the home to the big 5 Animals, home to more than 2000 species of animals and plants. It is also one of the cheapest National Parks in Tanzania. The Serengeti National Park is known for many exciting things. Here are the memorable safari experiences from Serengeti national park, Tanzania.
Visiting Maasai Community
The Maasai are a semi-nomadic pastoral tribe who have lived within the Serengeti National park in Northern Tanzania for hundreds of years, grazing herds of livestock throughout the Rift Valley without causing damage to the land or its resident wildlife.
Their ancestral communities stretch across the Serengeti National Park to make opportunities for Serengeti safari tours to visit their villages or see them out in the savannah: men herding livestock; women carrying water or firewood. Meeting the Maasai people gives a memorable lifetime experience by interacting with them in aspects of cultures such as wearing Maasai dress, Singing, and Dancing Ceremonies.
The Great Migration
The Serengeti Great Migration is the seventh among the wonders of the world. It involves a migratory herd of over 1.4 million Wildebeest, 220,000 Zebras, and 300,000 Antelopes traveling thousands of miles from the Serengeti National Park in Tanzania to Mara National Reserve in Kenya from July through to October. The common reasons for animal migration are to search for greener pastures, fresh water, good weather conditions, and breeding. Watching these massive animal migrations is one of the most inspiring natural events and can be a once-in-a-lifetime experience. The most awesome watch in the movement is the survival of these animals as they cross the Mara River, closely followed by their predators such as Lions, Crocodiles, Hyenas, Leopards, and Jackals.
The bush camping of Tanzania’s Serengeti national park is the most memorable camping experience that one can have in an African safari. The bush camps are tented sites within the Serengeti National Park that allow visitors to spend a few nights and get close to nature. The experiences and adventures in Bush camps include; sitting around the warm orange glowing campfire, sleeping under African stars, hearing the roaring of nighttime Hunting Lions, and spending time with friendly tour Guides. The bush camps are the ways to experience the magic of Tanzania’s Serengeti National Park.
Hot air Balloon safari
Hot air Balloon Safari is always a favorite choice for tracing the wildlife at Serengeti National Park. Furthermore, doing a hot air balloon safari is another alternative way of viewing the wonders in Serengeti National Park after the game drive. The hot air balloon safari gives a close view of animals in their habitats, magical moments with camera shootings, watching the wildebeest migration, staying on top of natural vegetation (wild savannah), and exploring the beautiful landscapes of Serengeti, Memorable Tourism Experience in Serengeti National park
Additional tourist experiences from Serengeti national park include bird watching, the sight of the Big Five Animals (Lion, Cape Buffalo, Black Rhinoceros, Elephants, and Leopard), and a game drive.
The luxurious accommodation of lodges, resorts, motels, and hotels within the Serengeti National Park at Seronera and Ngutu is an unforgettable experience in the wilderness of Tanzania land.
If you are planning a visit to Serengeti National Park, the park is accessible by both air. If you are thinking of accessing the park by road, it is possible accessing it via the fifteen (15) access points. Meanwhile, by air, the park hosts seven (7) airstrips accessible from all national and international airports in the country. In addition to that, the park is accessible through eight gates (8) which are Naabi Hill Gate, Ikoma Gate, Ndabaka Gate, Kleins Gate, Tabora B, Lamai Gate, Handajega Gate and Ndutu Gate
Distance from Arusha through Ngorongoro Reserve to Nabi Gate is 272 km, from Arusha to Kleins Gate is 420 km and from Mwanza to Ndaba Kamen is 141 km, distance from Mwanza to Ikoma Gate is 253 km through Mugum district. The distance between Sirari Boarder and Ikoma is about 158 km via Kiabakari – Butiama and Mugumu Vanaf Sirari – Ikoma-hek via Nyamongo, Mugumu 138 km. De Sirari – Lamai-hek via Nyamongo sixty seven kilometres.