Naabi Hill is one of the few spots Serengeti that provide surreal views of the great ungulate migration and prey-predator interactions at the southern plains of Serengeti during birthing time
The Hidden Valley, as the name proposed, is a clandestine spot that offers the off-the-beaten game drives opportunities at the southern Serengeti.
A visit to Poacher’s Hide at Tarangire is always breathtaking. This historical old baobab tree served as a hiding place for poachers until the mid-1990s when the park rangers discover it.
The attractive and beautiful kusini plains literally come to life during the gnus birthing season and host a large number of cats and other big mammals.
Kakesio plain and Valley is a borderline separating Ngorongoro highland and the southern plain of Serengeti and one a few areas to see the African Wild dogs.
The Matiti Plains at the southern fragment of Ndutu forest offers awe-inspiring game viewing of the female wildebeest drops their baby in the green season and lots of prey-predator interactions
The Naabi triangle is a delightful slice of a short-grass plain that lies south of Naabi Hill towards the Ndutu forest and hosts high masses of migrating ungulates during the green season.