The Central Serengeti, lying at the heart of this spectacular Serengeti national park,
is the most popular region in the reserve for its abundant wildlife, large numbers of big cats, and quintessential
Serengeti landscapes of acacia-studded savanna.
The Eastern Serengeti is one of the most beautiful areas of the national park; mountains, valleys,
and sweeping grassy plains are lush in the green season dotted with granite outcrops
and sliced through by meandering rivers.
The Northern Serengeti is a relatively isolated and less visited area compared to other parts of the park.
It offers a chance to get away the crowds as this region wedged between the central Serengeti and Masai Mara National Reserve
to the north and tends to be comparatively active with abundant wildlife and the migration herd from July to September.
Crassy plains scattered with gradite kopjes extend endlessly across the scenically beautiful Southern Serengeti, which stretches from the underneath of the Central Serengeti to the Ngorongoro Conservation Area and Maswa Game Reserve.