The Serengeti National Park is one of the largest parks in Tanzania, has about 14,763 square kilometers of surface, spread over plains dotted with acacias, wooded savannas and forests.
Its meadows are interspersed with wide kopjes, rocky outcrops like islands in the plain, and rivers flow through the park, providing a habitat for a wide variety of birds, mammals and reptiles.
Serengeti Park is located on a plateau between the Ngorongoro highlands, on the north it borders the Masai Mara National Reserve in Kenya and on the west it extends almost to Lake Victoria.
The name of the park, Serengeti, means “endless plain” and is derived from the Masai language.
The Serengeti remains an ongoing source of inspiration for writers, filmmakers and photographers alike.
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