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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 (11 500 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 east‚ westwards into the Serengeti and then north into the Masai Mara and back again.