Thursday, May 24, 2012

Domestic Tourism in Serengeti Nation Park

Serengeti National Park (1°30'-3°20'S, 34°00'-35°15'E) is a World Heritage Site located in Tanzania. Twice a year ungulate herds of unrivaled size pour across the immense savanna plains of Serengeti on their annual migrations between grazing grounds. The river of wildebeests, zebras and gazelles, closely followed by predators are a sight from another age: one of the most impressive in the world.

Geographical Location

Between the Great Rift Valley and Lake Victoria in northern Tanzania, 200 kilometers (km) northwest of Arusha. It is contiguous in the north with the Maasai-Mara National Reserve in Kenya which it parallels along the border; on the northeast with the Loliondo Game Controlled Area; on the south east with Ngorongoro Conservation Area, on the southwest with Maswa Game Reserve and by the Ikorongo-Grumeti Game Controlled Area in the west: 1°30'-3°20'S, 34°00'-35°15'E.

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