The Serengeti - The Great Migration
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About The Serengeti
One of Africa’s seven natural wonders and one of world’s 10 travel wonders. The Serengeti covers an area of over 30 000 sq km (12 000 sq m), ranges from northern Tanzania and crosses into south western Kenya - where it becomes known as the Masai Mara - and has the biggest terrestrial mammal migration in the world. Serengeti is known as 'Masailand'.
This region is known for its great annual mammal migrations where over 2 million animals and their predators / dependents move from the Ngorongoro region in the south, into the Masai Mara and back again.
The Serengeti is home to over 70 large mammal and 500 bird species, making it amongst the most densely populated wildlife areas in the world. The climate in this region is dry and warm with cooler temperatures in the higher areas. With even temperatures across the year, the drier months are typically from May to October and the wettest being March and April.
Serengeti Seronera Airstrip
Seronera (ICAO - HTSN; IATA - SEU) airstrip is in the heart of Serengeti National park. It is one of the primary airstrips in the region. Flying into the game rich areas is exciting and a new experience for most of our passengers.
Flightlink has daily scheduled flights to Seronera from Arusha and Dar es Salaam and from Seronera to Arusha, Dar es Salaam and Zanzibar.
There are a number of airstrips within the area and many scheduled service's operate a multi-stop and pick-up service between them.