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Safari Overview

African safaris are once-in-a-lifetime experiences, and every wildlife enthusiast has it on their bucket list. This 3 Days Serengeti National Park Tour provides the opportunity to view interesting creatures in gorgeous landscapes. Tanzania’s huge wildebeest migration safari is unrivaled in terms of animal spectacle. Every year, herds of wildebeest make a round over the Serengeti plains, following the grass that develops in response to the periodic rains.

A 3 Day Serengeti National Park Tour takes you on a wildlife safari journey to Tanzania’s Serengeti National Park. It is an outstanding safari package for wildlife enthusiasts since it provides adequate time for game watching experiences in the vast savannah plains of one of the world’s most recognized wildlife sites.The Serengeti National Park is Tanzania’s flagship conservation region, home to one of the world’s biggest concentrations of species and the lion’s share of the Wildebeest Migration.

A Serengeti safari is a stunning experience no matter what time of year you come due to the park’s astounding abundance of species. It is well-known for being home to a diverse range of animal species, including the Big Five, and for hosting the annual wildebeest migration.

Safari Highlights for a 3 Days Serengeti National Park Tour

Day 1: Pickup from Arusha and Transfer to Serengeti National Park.

Day 2: Full Day Game Drive to Serengeti National Park

Day 3: Morning Game Drive and Transfer to Back to Arusha

Detailed Itinerary

Day 1: Pickup from Arusha and Transfer to Serengeti National Park.

Day 1 begins with a pickup from the airport or your Arusha hotel. Your driving guide will inform you on your safari and destination. You will then travel 335 kilometers from Arusha to the Serengeti National Park, which stretches north to Kenya and borders Lake Victoria to the west. Arrive at your lodge in time for lunch before heading on a game drive in the park in the afternoon. Dinner and an overnight stay at your preferred lodge.

3 Days Serengeti National Park Tour

Day 2: Full Day Game Drive to Serengeti National Park

Carry your packed lunch from the lodge and set out for a full day wildlife drive in Serengeti National Park after having breakfast early in the morning. More than 200,000 zebras and 300,000 Thomson’s gazelles follow the wildebeest’s migration for fresh pasture.

Yet even when the wildebeest migration is quiet, the Serengeti offers arguably the most scintillating game-viewing in Africa: great herds of buffalo, smaller groups of elephant and giraffe, and thousands upon thousands of eland, topi, kongoni, impala, Grant’s gazelle, leopards, cheetahs, three African jackals, spotted hyena and a host of more elusive small predators, ranging from the insectivorous aardwolf to the beautiful serval cat.

There are also around 500 bird species, ranging from the enormous ostrich and strange secretary bird of the wide grassland to the black eagles that glide easily over the lobo hills. Dinner and overnight stay at the prior night’s lodging.

Day 3: Morning Game Drive and Transfer to Back to Arusha

After breakfast, you will continue on another game drive through the spectacular terrain of the Serengeti National Park, with prospects of sighting additional species, including some you may have missed on the previous full-day game drive. You will then return to your accommodation for lunch before continuing on to Arusha, bringing your three-day Serengeti safari in Tanzania to a close. Drop-off at your Arusha resort or at the airport for your next journey.

SAFARI INCLUSIONS

  • Vehicle Transfer to and from Arusha
  • English Speaking driver guide
  • Accommodation and meals
  • Park Entry Fees
  • Game Drives
  • Bottled Water on Safari

SAFARI EXCLUSIONS

  • International Flights
  • Visa Fees
  • Medical & Travel Insurance
  • Tips
  • Laundry
  • Personal expense
  • Optional activities

Why you should visit Serengeti National Park?

The Serengeti is a renowned African destination, often regarded as the greatest animal safari area in the world. The Serengeti National Park is well-known for the stunning Great Migration. Every year, an epic migration of over 2 million wildebeest, zebras, and gazelles traverses its enormous plains. For good reason, the Serengeti is Tanzania’s most popular safari destination.

It also has the highest concentration of animals in Africa, spanning 14 763 km2 (5,700 mi2) from the northwest of Tanzania to the south-western border with Kenya. The Serengeti National Park is home to some of Africa’s most magnificent landscapes, including acacia-dotted savannahs, granite kopjes, and crocodile-infested rivers.

The Great Migration in Serengeti Park

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The Great Wildebeest Migration in the Serengeti is the world’s largest and longest overland migration.  In pursuit of water and new pasture, 1.5 million wildebeest, 200,000 zebras, and 350,000 gazelles rush over the African bushveld. With such a high density of huge creatures, the Serengeti also hosts Africa’s greatest population of wild lions. Aside from lion prides, the Serengeti National Park is a fantastic area to see cheetahs, leopards, and hyenas, as well as lesser predators like caracals and serval cats.

David Attenborough’s “Greatest Show on Earth” travels over 1000 km (600 miles) north and then south in a round migration each year. Although the timing of this stunning year-round migration varies according on the yearly rains, the wildebeest normally congregate in the south from late December to March before traveling north along the western corridor from April to May. The enormous herds cross the Mara River in September before returning south in October or November.

A Closer Look at Serengeti National Park

The Serengeti National Park is one of several that comprise the Greater Serengeti Ecosystem. Serengeti is derived from the Maa word’siringet,’ which means ‘land that goes on forever’ in Maasai. The Serengeti, Tanzania’s oldest and most popular national park, was designated a UNESCO World Heritage Site in 1979. The Serengeti National Park has also been named one of the world’s seven wonders. The Serengeti is made up of a variety of ecosystems, including grassland plains, kopjes, riverine forests, swamps, and woods, which sustain a wide range of wildlife species.

The Serengeti National Park is separated into four sections: The Western Corridor, the Northern Lobo region that extends northwards to Kenya’s Masai Mara, the Seronera Valley and Seronera River area, and the Southern Serengeti, where the giant herds congregate to calve in January and February. The world’s biggest unbroken volcanic caldera, the Ngorongoro Crater, and Olduvai Gorge, which are home to some of the earliest remains of early humans, are situated in this Southern Serengeti region, and were really part of the Serengeti National Park until 1959.

Serengeti Wildlife

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All year round, enormous herds of buffalo, eland, topi, waterbuck, impala, kongoni, and Grant’s gazelle may be seen grazing in the Serengeti National Park in Tanzania. The Serengeti is well-known not just for its migratory wildebeest and herbivores, but also for its large population of big cats drawn by the availability of prey. Smaller cats like the caracal and serval, as well as jackal, fox, mongoose, and genet, live in this vast safari park. Crocodiles, hedgehogs, shrews, agama lizards, snakes, and dung beetles are among the other animals present in the Serengeti.

The Serengeti is also home to Africa’s Big 5, including giraffes, warthogs, baboons, and African Wild Dogs. Around 500 bird species live in the Serengeti National Park, including the black eagle, secretary bird, Kori bustard, shrikes, ostrich, crowned crane, and marabou storks, as well as unique species like the beautiful Fischer’s Love bird.

When is the best time to go on a 3 Days Serengeti National Park Safar?

The Serengeti is best visited between January and February, or from June through October. The Serengeti, on the other hand, offers a fantastic safari experience no matter what time of year you come. Because of the park’s vast plains and warm temperature, foliage is seldom too dense to sight animals, and the region’s two short rainy seasons, from November to December and March to April, are rarely unpleasant.

Why you should book with us a 3 Days Serengeti National Park Safari?

Thousands of animals may be heard within the Serengeti’s borders: hyenas guffaw, elephants trample well-worn safari paths, and hippos splash in watering holes. At any given time, almost 2,000 lions are ready to pounce on unsuspecting prey, preparing to hunt their unfortunate victim across apparently endless waves of golden grass.

The environment rustles with the quick feet of loping giraffes, while tree limbs tremble with every monkey movement. The Great Migration, during which over one million wildebeest, zebras, and gazelles travel the Serengeti in search of richer pastures, is the most spectacular sight you’ll see.

I can do a Self-Drive Safari in Serengeti National Park?

You are allowed to drive yourself through the Serengeti, but a safari will save you money on car rental and gas. In addition, most safaris include housing, meals, and transportation to and from the airport. Once you’re in Serengeti National Park, supplies are limited, so bring or buy whatever you might need – from additional camera batteries to Band-Aids – before you enter the park.

Serengeti Safaris

Laba Africa Expeditions provides a range of Serengeti Safaris, from a 4-day Serengeti Safari to a 7 Days exclusive Tanzania Safari. The numerous tour styles respond to the demands of diverse tourists, offering itineraries that combine multiple safari sites to fit a broad variety of budgets, interests, and timeline requirements. We provide the following Serengeti Safaris:

  • Serengeti Camping Safaris
  • Self-Drive Tours
  • Family Safaris
  • Budget Camping Safaris
  • Budget Lodge Safaris

Our Tanzania safaris to the Serengeti National Park focus on unique wildlife viewing experiences in this breathtaking natural area.

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