Serengeti Safari Lodge / Camps Accommodation
The Serengeti National Park forms the core of the 30,000-square-kilometre Serengeti – Ngorongoro – Mara ecosystem.
As such it plays a major role in the world’s most famous wildebeest migration, which involves some two million wildebeest and other ungulates. But even when the migration is out of range, the sheer volume of predators and grazers that inhabit the Serengeti makes for unforgettable game viewing, with a good chance of spotting all three large African cats: lion, leopard and cheetah. Most safaris focus on the plains southeast of Serengeti, site of most of the large lodges, but for those with sufficient time and resources, it’s worth heading further north to the remote Mara River region or the Western Corridor.