Bologonja Springs at the north-east part of Serengeti has a flourishing ecosystem that includes a growing forest that draws larger mammals like elephants and giraffes, as well as a variety of birds and antelope species like the mountain reedbuck and steenbok.
Lobo Valley is a gorgeous area at the northern part of Serengeti that is scattered with a stunning set of Kopjes and woodlands and offers magnificent views of mammals and Birds life.
The Mara River lies across the migration path of ungulates at the northern part of the Serengeti ecosystem famous for its spectacular wildlife spectacle of wildebeest and Zebra crossing the river.
Lamai Triangle is a triangular-shaped watershed area just at the north of the Mara River which hosts a huge number of wildebeest during the annual migration.
The Ndutu Forest at the southern Serengeti offers a lot of photo opportunities for migrating animals and prey-predator interaction during the annual great migration.
Lies in the northern part of Serengeti the ancient Nyamalumbwa hill offer a superb game viewing opportunity.
The cornerstone of northern Serengeti is the striking landscape with elegant granite rocks known as Wogakuria Kopjes that offers a boundless game viewing and photography prospect