Park of the Week: Serengeti National Park

Right in the heart of East Africa, lies the lush Serengeti National Park. If you are ever touring in East Africa (Kenya, Tanzania, Uganda), Serengeti is the place to go. From gorgeous views of Mt. Kilimanjaro, to hot air balloon rides, as well as sights of the greatest wildebeest migration on the globe, the Serengeti National Park is a must-see!

Once you have arrived, the Serengeti National Park management will see to all your needs. For a wilderness experience simple stay at the luxury tented camps. These 5 star accommodations are intimate, private and exclusive. Each one is set in special locations allowing day game drives for the whole family. Amazing views of the hundreds of species that inhabit the park are available to you at Serengeti National Park. If you choose a comfortable hotel instead of the luxury tented camps, the experience is just as profitable. The luxury lodges are overlooking wonderful hippo pools and from their vantage point you can watch the animals with ease. All the accommodation at Serengeti National Park offer game drives, and sundowns. You can go either in the day to catch a relaxing view, or adventure at night with spotlights and brave tour guides. The luxury tents have indoor pluming, available showers and comfortable beds that are tastefully decorated with bright African colors. Serengeti National Park offers views of the biggest African predators such as the lion, leopard, cheetah, and hyena. The endangered white rhino finds peace and safety in the vast plains of Serengeti National Park. The variety of bird life is incredible, views of the pink flamingo, the crested eagle, redneck spur foul and the colorful sunbird are common sights to the highly trained park rangers at Serengeti National Park.

To be prepared for the adventure at Serengeti National Park, you should expect hot days and cold nights, a lot of sun and an unforgettable experience. Serengeti National Park has every comfort designed to serve you. It may help to brush up on the Swahili basics, but the park rangers and tour guides of Serengeti National Park all know English and can translate. You may also be interested in the maasai merchandise sold at the many curio shops around the park. Stopping at these shops will immerse you in an exciting culture, you can experience a bit of how they live through buying spears, pots, bows, baskets, jewelry and woodcarvings. The many long hours spent honing their skills show in what they make.

Over all, Serengeti National Park will give you a chance of a lifetime to see, hear, smell, touch and taste Africa for yourself. Kenya has direct links with Serengeti National Park, allowing easy access to the breathtaking savanna. From the migrating animals that rush across the glorious grasslands to the diverse species of plants, this park will certainly fulfill your dreams of an African Adventure. If you are looking to take a trip to Kenya be sure to swing through the Serengeti National Park and see a beautiful haven to the wild animals of the world.

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