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Serengeti

Africa’s most dramatic and recognised wilderness

The great wildebeest migration starts as the animals seek fresh rain-ripened grass and a reliable water supply. It is hard to believe that over a million wildebeest and 200,000 zebra will be on the move, and no drought, gorge, or crocodile infested river can hold them back. Their migration is as older than the history of mankind.

But despite the apparent intensity of the phenomenon, it is actually a fairly slow trek. Not all the animals will make it to journey’s end, but their sacrifice fuels other parts of the food chain, turning the circle of life.
 
The park boasts superb game viewing all year round, a huge predator population and varied birdlife. You will have no difficulty seeing the Big Five here. As the sun goes down and many animals are finding a safe place to sleep, others are waking in anticipation of hunting under the cover of darkness. On a night safari, prepare yourself for a whole new world to open up; see for yourself the big predators hunting their prey, and meet close up the small nocturnal animals never seen in daylight.
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Singita Sasakwa Lodge
Tanzania’s Grumeti Reserve is part of the greater Mara ecosystem. The finest property on these plains is the Singita Sasakwa Lodge, a grand, turn of the century manor house with private cottages that blend the very best of African and European influences.
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Serengeti Safari Camp
Where is Serengeti Safari Camp? The answer: it depends. Serengeti Safari Camp is a mobile camp, so it moves every couple of months to a new location, ensuring unbeatable viewing of the Great Migration as the herds progress across the plains.
Accommodation:
Serengeti Pioneer Camp
Imagine yourself as a pioneering explorer when you stay at Serengeti Pioneer Camp in a quiet corner of the Serengeti National Park. On this rocky outcrop in an acacia woodland, you’ll feel completely secluded, but are still within easy reach of the park’s best game viewing areas.
Accommodation:
Lamai Serengeti
Lamai Serengeti is a small but luxurious lodge in the far northern reaches of Tanzania’s Serengeti National Park. With panoramic views of the surrounding landscapes, each of the lodge’s cosy rooms aims to preserve the peace and rustic charm of this incredible region.