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The Serengeti National Park in Tanzania is renowned for its incredible wildlife and annual migration of wildebeest, plains zebra, and gazelle. 

Wildlife and Migration

The Serengeti is home to over 500 bird species and a diverse range of mammals, including lions, leopards, cheetahs, and various antelopes.

The annual migration, which includes at least 2 million wildebeest, plains zebra, and gazelle, is a spectacular sight.

Accommodation and Tours

There are various types of accommodations available, including budget camping, luxury lodges, and tented camps.

Serengeti safaris can be customized to suit different preferences and budgets, with options ranging from basic camping to luxury fly-in tours.

Road Conditions

The roads within the Serengeti are generally rough and dusty, which can make longer drives challenging.

Best Time to Visit

The best time to avoid crowds is during the low season (April to May), when the park is less busy and the weather is pleasant.

The peak migration season is from July to August, but this is also the busiest time.

Tips for Visitors

To avoid crowds, consider splitting your safari between different areas of the park and visiting during off-peak hours.

Book a fly-in safari to maximize your time on the ground and enjoy more luxurious accommodations.

Recommended Tours

At Fisi Africa Safaris we recommend combining Serengeti national park

 with Masaimara national reserve