Into the wild with the big five, Serengeti National Park

If you have ever dreamed of seeing animals in the wild, this is your time to make that dream come true. Put a check on that bucket list and get your Safari gear on. Famously known for the incredible migration of millions of beautiful wild animals that trek across the open plains of the Serengeti, this area hosts a cornucopia of species, flora and fauna. It would be a safari sin for you to forget your camera. Bring extra sunscreen and batteries. You wouldn’t want to miss that leopard in the tree or the birth of a Rhino. Choose what area you want to visit as this massive thriving ecosystem spans the desert landscapes of the northwestern territory of Tanzania and southern Kenya. According to Lota Melamari, The
Director of
 Tanazania National Parks says, “The Serengeti region encompasses the Serengeti National Park itself, the Ngorongoro Conservation Area, Maswa Game Reserve, the Loliondo, Grumeti and Ikorongo Controlled Areas and the Maasai Mara National Reserve in Kenya.” Oh yeah, remember to keep your eyes out for the BIG FIVE: The Lion, Leopard, Cape Buffalo, Elephant and the Rhino. Although The Rhinos may be the rarest of the bunch, the Leopards are the hardest to find, typically hiding up in the tree lines.