Known for its highest concentration of large mammals on this planet, The Serengeti National Park is one of the largest and best-known nature reserves in the world. Not only the diversity but also the sheer number of animals that lived there – especially the enormous herds of ungulates, makes the area a unique spectacle for nature lovers and wildlife photographers. What makes the Serengeti such a formidable location for game viewing throughout the year is its distinct seasonal changes that shape the migration’s pattern.
Most people think Serengeti as just a vast endless grassy plain, but in reality, the ecosystem is comprised of a wide range of landscapes, with areas of acacia forest, Riverine vegetation, soda lakes, and the Granites Mountains. The Serengeti can essentially be divided into five different main zones, each of which has its own different characters and range of wildlife.