Serengeti has to be one of the most famous (if not the the most famous) wildlife preserves in the world. And with good reason — what you can see within just a couple of days is hard to believe and be matched. From the wildebeest migration with its staggering 1.5 million animals to the King of the plains himself; from giraffes and hippos to crocodiles and hyenas; from tiny birds to massive elephants; from the roars of lions at night near your camp to the eerie quiet and stillness of the plains; it’s a spectacle of life and you should explore it.
A little after passing through the Ngorongoro convervation area (we came back later and actually went into the crater, but more on that later), we found ourselves in the plains of Serengeti.
In case someone wasn’t sure where they were, there is a big sign 😉 Fun fact,
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