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Serengeti National Park

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The Wildebeest Migration And Calving

Is The Greatest Natural Show On Earth

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The Serengeti National Park provides a unique opportunity to experience the wildebeest migration as it happens and the birth of thousands of wildebeest calves during the calving season. But it also provides even more wildlife spectacle.

The map below shows the location of some immersive 360° safari videos 360° icon and detailed virtual tours of some of the lodges. Click the icons on the map to watch or scroll down the page to see them all listed.

360 Virtual Tour Icon Surrounded By The Serengeti Wildebeest Migration

Get an amazing immersive glimpse of what a day in the life of a Serengeti National Park wildebeest is like. Become a part of the herd as they surround and sometimes even inspect the 360° camera.

Key Moments In This 360° Video
Large Herd Of Blue Wildebeest
Curious Young Calf
Muzzle Close Up
Drinking At A Waterhole
Trekking Through The Savannah
Waterhole Running Low
360 Virtual Tour Icon Very Close Encounter With Elephants

The elephant population in the Serengeti National Park has been estimated to be more than 7000 in the year 2020, so they are doing really well. Spend some immersive time with this herd.

Key Moments In This 360° Video
Spending Time In The Shade
Matriarch Sees The Camera
The Herd Goes Past
360 Virtual Tour Icon Lions In The Eastern Serengeti

A day in the life of this lion pride that includes four large males who rule the area in their struggle to survive and thrive.

Key Moments In This 360° Video
Lion In The Tall Grass
Pride Of Fifteen Lions
Lions Mating
Injured Lioness
360 Virtual Tour Icon Sights and Sounds of the Serengeti

It's not only what you can see on a Tanzania safari that is noteworthy, but also what you can hear from the animals, birds and surroundings.

Key Moments In This 360° Video
Relaxed Giraffe
Large Baboon Troop
Hippos Fill The Waterhole
Elephant Feeding
Lions Feeding On A Buffalo
Zebra And Wildebeest
360° Virtual Tours Of Accommodation

Serengeti National Park Lodges

View the map to find the exact location of each lodge by clicking on the 360° icon icons.

Take a 360° tour of several Serengeti national park lodges here...

Facts About

Serengeti National Park

Where Is The Serengeti

This wildlife refuge is located in north-central Tanzania adjacent to the Masai Mara National Reserve in Kenya with which it shares a border, and even though it's in a remote area it reasonably accessible.

By Road: Guided safaris normally start from the town of Arusha which is about an eight hour drive away from the park. Self drive safaris are possible but a 4x4 vehicle is essential.

By Air: For international travellers the best point of entry is Kilimanjaro International Airport (JRO) which lies between the towns of Moshi and Arusha. From here or Arusha Airport (ARK) its possible to fly-in to land at one of the seven airstrips in the Serengeti.

Trees & Plants

Over 314 plant species have been recorded in the park, with open savannah grassland dominating most of the region and acacia tree species being the most common.

Other tree species that occur are the sausage tree, yellow fever tree, fig tree and wild date palm.

Animals to See

The Serengeti is a wonderful place to see the big cats, lion, cheetah and leopard are commonly seen. So are elephant, buffalo, hippo, giraffe, zebra, wildebeest, hyena, black-backed and golden jackal and Thomsons gazelle.

Wild dog and black rhino are very rare with white rhino not found here at all.

National Park Info


There are a variety of accommodation styles available in The Serengeti National Park from ultra luxurious lodges to permanent tented camps and mobile tented camps that follow the migration.

There are over 24 luxury lodges to choose from within the borders of the park itself and for the budget conscious traveller there are a total of eight public camps where you can pitch a tent overnight.

View detailed 360° virtual tours of lodges here...

Weather & Climate

The climate here is moderate, never getting overly hot in African terms as the average maximum temperature is under 30° C (86° F). At night temperatures are cool to cold in winter.

The dry season runs from June to October every year and there are two wet seasons. The 'short rains' are from November to December, and the 'long rains' are from March to May.

Best Time To Visit Serengeti

Wildlife sightings are good all year round but there are some specific times when sightings are particularly good. The dry months from June to October offer the best general wildlife viewing.

And of course, the wildebeest migration that occurs around June, July and September offers spectacular sightings and also February, when the wildebeest calving season is in full swing.