Getting to Serengeti National Park; Serengeti National Park can be easily accessed both by air or by car transport. Although the best option of getting there is to use Air transport fly into Kilimanjaro International Airport ‘’JRO’’ located about 46 kilometers from Arusha. You can opt to fly into Julius Nyerere International Airport ‘’DAR’’, which sits outside of Dar es Salaama and then fly on to Arusha Airport ‘’ARK’’ or Kilimanjaro International Airport ‘’JRO’’.

You can as well drive from Nairobi to main destination which covers a driving distance of about 325 kilometers in 8 hours ‘’drive’’. It might be along traveling journey but with scenic view of wildlife, rolling hills, country side on the way.

You can also tour Ngorongoro Conservation area a best option is to fly one way drive the other way taking in an overnight stop to tour the Ngorongoro Crater. From the crater it takes a distances of about 140 kilometers seronera area in the Serengeti National Park and the driving time is about three hours.

Note; We recommend our guests to use 4×4 wheel vehicle.

Regular flights from Arusha to several airstrips inside the park.

Getting to Serengeti National Park
Precision Air

Domestic flights

There are several domestic airline carriers that flies to Serengeti National Park such as Coastal Aviation, Safari Air Link, Auric Air flies, Air Tanzania, Precision Air, Regional Air and ZanAir. They have charter flights that flies between parks which can be booked by trust worthy tour operators as part of the tour package.

Requirements needed before you set off your journey to Serengeti National Park;

They include passport, visa and other useful requirements.

On visit to Serengeti National Park, you can adventure into several outstanding activities and attractions with in the park since it measures around 14,763 square kilometers. Activities to do while on safari holiday in Serengeti National Park includes; Game drive & Night game drive, Hot Air balloon, Visit the Ngorongoro Crater, The Great Migration, Visit the Maasai people, Tour the Bologonja springs, Bird watching, Enjoy swimming at your accommodation unit ,Visit the Retina hippo pool ,Visit the Lobo Valley among others.

In general, Serengeti National Park is one of the ranking and oldest national park in Africa with abundance of wildlife species and classic African scenery. It is a UNESCO World Heritage site. Above all, a home to the spectacular wildebeest migration, big fives and offers a top wildlife viewing throughout the year. Predators to explore include spotted hyenas, Jackal and bat-eared fox among others.

Scenery; The park’s scenery is rewardable for its grassland plains in the southeast, to the northern side of the park is hilly and rocky. Then the west part contains with valleys, rivers and forest.  Other parks of the Serengeti National Park are covered with koppies, granite outcrops rising up from the plains. It’s a stunning landscape with bio diversity of wildlife species thus rewarding it the untamed wilderness.

Getting to Serengeti National Park
Getting to Serengeti

Weather & Climate

The park is located in warm areas that rarely tax in the daytime during the Dry season which starts from June to October, when the temperature is good and warm to sustain your life time stay at the park. Although it’s a different story at night, when the mercury can experience a deep dive. During wet season between November to May heat creeps up a few degrees though the odd cold front can introduce a chill.

Best time to visit;

 The best time to adventure wildlife species on Tanzania’s safaris is during drier months which starts June to October, a great incredible time to watch Wildebeest migration. If your wish to see predators in action, take a visit to Serengeti National Park in late January or February