WHAT CAN DO IN serengeti national park-TANZANIA
The Serengeti National Park is located in the northern-central part of Tanzania and occupies approximately 30,000 km2; it is divided into three segments, that is to say, the central part, the well-liked southern sector (Seronera Valley), the land of a thousand plains; the northern sector, with dense bush, dotted acacias, wildlife, and classic savannah that links Kenya’s Masai Mara Reserve; and the western arcade, noticeable by the Grumeti River.
The Serengeti national park is home to a sizable and substantial migration of wildebeest and zebra, native cheetah, lion, giraffe, elephant, and birds.
Serengeti national park is mostly famous because of the migration of over 200,000 zebras and millions of wildebeest which circulate from the northern part heading southern plains of the park.
The Serengeti ecosystem is one of the oldest on the planet; its fauna, flora, climate, and vegetation have remained largely unchanged in recent years, ever since early man was discovered in Olduvai Gorge two years ago.