About the Serengeti:
Covering 14,763 square kilometres of endlessly rolling savannah plains, the Serengeti is Tanzania’s first established, largest and most famous park wherein tens of thousands of hoofed animals roam in a constant and unremitting search for the fresh grasslands upon which their survival depends.
Often referred to as the “eight wonder of the world”, the Ngorongoro Crater is one of Africa’s best-knwn wildlife arenas. The Ngorongoro Crater is one of the largest volcanic craters in the world and covers a total area of 264 square kilometres. An utterly unique biosphere, the Crater harbours grasslands, swamps, forests, salt pans, a fresh water lake and a glorious variety of birdlife, all enclosed within its towering walls. It boasts a high concentration of wildlife with exceptionally close range viewing opportunities.