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Serengeti National Park

Serengeti National Park is one of the great ecosystems in Mara and Simiyu regions, Tanzania, as one of Africa's spectacular safaris where the annual migration of deer and zebra wildlife in May when the grass becomes dry and depleted will encourage the masses in the great army that presents the show the wildlife is amazing.

Serengeti National Park is a nature reserve in the Serengeti ecosystem in northern Tanzania where an annual migration of over 1.5 million white-bearded deer, 250,000 zebra, Nile crocodile, honey badger and others to the water reserve points.

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The Maasai peoples in the open plains of the eastern Mara named the Serengeti the "endless plain." Austrian Oscar Baumann explored the area in 1892 and American Stewart Edward White camped in Seronera for three months in 1913 and hunted 50 lions.

The British colonial government made a partial reserve of 800 hectares (3.2 sq km) in the area in 1921 in an attempt to prevent the extinction of lions. This policy became the basis for the Serengeti National Park established in 1951. The British expelled the Maasai population from the park and transferred them to the Ngorongoro Conservation Area in 1959.

The 14,750 sq km (7,000 sq mi) park covers grasslands, savannahs, river forests and forests in northwestern Tanzania. The Serengeti plain includes a treeless meadow in the south as the wildebeest house from December to May. Zebras, deer, impala, hartebeest, hats, buffalo, and waterbuck are also in large numbers during the rainy season.

The western corridor is a black clay over the savanna where the Grumeti River and forest rivers in May to July are home to Nile crocodiles, patas monkeys, hippopotamus, and martial eagles. North Serengeti is dominated by open forest and hills to the Mara River where wildebeest and zebra migrate from July to August, and November, including elephants, giraffes, and dik dik.

More than one million wildebeest as the largest population of large mammals on earth, over 500,000 Thomson's and Grant's gazelles, 200,000 zebras, tens of thousands of hats and Coke's hartebeest. Also giraffes, waterbuck, impala, warthog, hippo, some antelope species, common eland, roan antelope, bushbuck, lesser kudu, fringe-eared oryx and dik dik.

The Big Five includes over 3,000 East African lions, 1,000 African leopards in Seronera, 5,000 African bush elephants in the north, Eastern black rhinoceros in Kopjes and 53,000 African buffalo. Carnivores include cheetahs, 4,000 hyenas, two species of jackals, African golden wolf, honey badger, striped hyena, serval, seven species of mongooses, two species of beavers and East African wild dogs.

Primates include olive baboons and vervet monkey, patas monkey, black-and-white colobus in the forest of the Grumeti River. Other mammals include aardvark, aardwolf, bat-eared fox, ground pangolin, crested porcupine, three species of hyraxes, and cape hare.

About 500 species of birds, including Masai ostrich, secretarybird, kori bustards, helmeted guineafowls, southern ground hornbills, crowned cranes, marabou storks, yellow-billed storks, lesser flamingos, martial eagles, lovebirds, oxpeckers, and many species of vultures.

Reptiles include Nile crocodile, leopard tortoise, serrated hinged terrapin, rainbow agama, Nile monitors, chameleons, African python, black mamba, black-necked spitting cobra, and puff adder. Serengeti National Park is spectacular wildlife in Mara and Simiyu

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Location: Serengeti National Park in Mara and Simiyu regions, Tanzania.

Complementary facilities: Property and lodging available at Buffalo Luxury Camp, Dunia Camp, Four Seasons Safari Lodge Serengeti, Ikoma Tented Camp, Kati Kati Camp, Kiota Camp, Kirurumu Serengeti Camp, Lemala Kuria Hills Lodge, Mbuzi Mawe Serena Camp, Robanda Tented Camp, Sayari Camp, Serengeti Bushtops Camp dan Serengeti Pioneer Camp

Routes and public transport: The flight to Serengeti International Airport in Mugumu, then travel overland to the park for 40 kilometers. Other alternatives are Mwanza Airport (166 kilometers), Arusha Airport (226 kilometers) and Kilimanjaro International Airport (284 kilometers).

Advice: January-February for the wildebeest calving, June-September for general wildlife viewing with a chance of seeing the wildebeest crossing of the Grumeti River (June-July) or the Mara River (September).

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