All You Need to Know About the Serengeti National Park
The Serengeti National Park, well known for The Wildebeest Migration during December through to April, where thousands of wildebeest, zebras and gazelle follow the sweet smell of the rains to find lush feeding grounds for its herds.
During the migration, most of the female population of wildebeest will be pregnant and will most likely give birth to their offspring at the end of their long journeys.
the place where the land runs on forever
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There are over 350 recorded bird species including species of raptors, vultures, kori bustard Choriotis kori, ostrich Struthio camelus and lesser flamingo Phoenicopterus minor (LR), and several with a comparatively restricted distribution such as rufous-tailed weaver Histurgops ruficauda.
The climate in the Serengeti Park is mainly restricted to rainfall from November to May with peaks in December to March or April. Rainfall tends to decrease towards the east and increase to the north and west, reaching 950 mm annually in the western corridor near Lake Victoria.
Things to do in the Park
There are numerous activities to take part in during your trip to the Serengeti National Park, such as:
Visit the Serengeti Visitor Centre
At this self-guided walking path visitors can explore and learn about the history of the Serengeti, its ecosystem and its various wildlife.