Enjoy the simply huge numbers of African wildlife traversing the endless plains while on a captivating Serengeti safari. An excellent vantage point would be via a hot air balloon ride, maybe with a glass of bubbles in one hand and camera in the other.
Your Serengeti safari will be one of the highlights of your small group safari experience, witnessing the migration of absolutely enormous quantities of wildebeest, zebra, Thompson’s gazelle, impala and of course the predators trying to take advantage of the abundance.
The Serengeti ecosystem spans approx. 30,000 km2 with a large number of game reserves and national parks. The Kenyan part is known as Maasai Mara and joins into the northern part of Tanzania which connects with the Ngorongoro conservation area. Animals are not restricted to borders, passports and government control therefore freely migrate each year like they have been doing since the beginning of time.
A crocodile can hold its breath under water for up to 3 hours waiting for unsuspecting prey to drink. On a Serengeti safari Gemsbuck are seen here quenching their thirst. Is there a croc waiting?