Wildlife Oasis Tours

safari & animal park

The Serengeti National Park

The endless plains



$650 to $6700

Best time

June to February (Areas are best at different times)

High season

July to March (The Seronera area is crowded)

the safari park

The huge ecology of Serengeti National Park is primarily divided into four zones: north, west, central, and south Serengeti. Each of these zones has slightly distinct vegetation, and they all go through the great migration cycle, which makes one zone more advantageous to the other at certain times of the year. However, since most animals live there, these areas are fantastic all year long.

There are several lodging alternatives in the Serengeti, with many of them concentrated in its central region and using seasonal lodges to make up for other areas’ limited supply.

Accommodation options in the Serengeti

  • Public tent camping (Budget option only available in central Serengeti “seronera” & north east “Lobo”)
  • Camping specifically
  • Vacation resorts (follow migration in cycle, south, west & north)
  • Temporary lodges
  • The lodges

Because food and supplies must be brought into the hotels and camps from outside the park, lodging on a Serengeti safari is quite expensive. With several more permits and levies imposed

Although visiting the Serengeti is a fantastic experience, picking the ideal accommodation at the ideal time can be challenging. This is owing to the size of Serengeti National Park, where various activities take place throughout the year depending on the season.

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The dry season is the ideal time to visit the park (late June to October). However, the Serengeti is visited all year long, and some visitors prefer various lengths since they may be better suited to your interests. Here is a guide to visiting the Serengeti National Park per month.

Tanzania’s green season has just begun. apt for bird watching.

The Ndutu region is where the legendary Great Wildebeest Migration congregates and gives birth (calving season).

This is a gloomy moment; it’s unclear if the dry season will continue or whether the rainy season will start.

The season for calving wildebeest is almost over.

It is anticipated to be rainy season, making it exceedingly challenging to move around or enjoy the sun.

Migration is anticipated to occur in the central and southern Serengeti.

A decrease in travelers

This is the start of the dry season, which is also the busiest time of year for safari tourists.

In June, a large migration crossed the Grumeti (west Serengeti) River.

The Great Migration is moving towards the Mara river in the north in preparation for the breathtaking river crossings into the Masai Mara reserve.

It is still the dry season.

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The migration is anticipated to occur in Kenya’s Maasai Mara.

Short rainstorms

only a few travelers (small peak season from late December to early January)

The migration has resumed and is moving toward the north and south ngorongoro craters.

Things to do in Serengeti

The most well-known park and premier safari destination is the Serengeti national park. The Serengeti has a lot to offer, including the Big Five, the greatest overland migration in the world, and breathtaking vistas. These are the top sights and activities to enjoy while visiting Serengeti National Park.

Explore wonders

Over the course of several days, go on a walking safari to explore the Serengeti. Time travel and experience being the first explorer.

When you blend in with the surroundings, the wilderness seems more real. Investigate secluded regions where safari vehicles are not permitted.

When you get in touch with nature and follow the same path as lions, elephants, and giraffes, your senses begin to function.

Flying over the boundless grasslands at dawn in a hot air balloon is the best way to experience the Serengeti’s magnificence. See the African savannah’s sunrise while viewing the diverse wildlife below.

As you glide in the direction the wind takes you, take in the bird’s eye perspective of this fantastic park. A glass of champagne and a sumptuous English breakfast are waiting after the hour-long balloon ride to commemorate this incredible adventure.

This natural display is the main draw for many tourists who travel to the Serengeti. Witnessing millions of mammals thunder over the plains in quest of new grass and water is a spectacular sight.

Wild river crossings, massive herds of wildebeest, crimson dust storms, and predators everywhere. A year-round phenomenon, the Great Migration is visible throughout the Serengeti and the greater Serengeti environment.

With the exception of October, the Serengeti consistently outnumbers the migrating herds, giving it the finest place to view the migration.

The Serengeti National Park allows visitors to watch animals while traveling. If you decide to arrange a drive-in safari, a driver/guide will take you to the Serengeti in a 4×4 safari vehicle, as well as maybe stopping at other locations along the way, depending on your itinerary. Typically, the driver/guide will also act as your Serengeti guide and will accompany you on any game drives you take while staying at their lodge.

National Serengeti Park is a haven for birds. The park is the ideal place for bird watching because it boasts almost 500 different bird species. Other types of birds that can be found in this open grassland are raptors, larks, finches, and kori bustards.

The magnificent lilac-breasted roller and three Tanzanian unique species, Fischer’s lovebird, grey-rumped spur fowl, and babbler-like Rufous-tailed weaver, can be seen in the park.

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We understand these are uncertain times and want to make sure you feel confident about your options if your plans change.

We allows date changes to be made within our Credit for Future Tours policy.

If you’re uncertain about when you’ll be able to travel in the future, you can convert your existing payments to credit. This way you won’t lose any of your money to potential cancellation fees. We’ll keep your money safe and you’ll be able to book your tour when you’re ready.

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