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The Serengeti National Park, meaning “endless plains” in the Maasai language, is undoubtedly one of the world’s most celebrated wilderness areas and is an ongoing source of inspiration to writers, filmmakers and photographers.
The Serengeti National Park lies in Northern Tanzania and covers an area of about 14,760 square kilometers. It was first established in the 1920’s and was made a National Park in 1951. It is renown throughout the world as an area of great wildlife viewing. It is particulary famous for the huge herds of wildebeest and zebra that migrate. Every year following the rains in search of new grass. The word Serengeti comes from the Masai language and means endless plains. The park lies on a high plateau between the Norongoro Highlands to the east and Lake Victoria to the west. To the north lie Kenya and the Masai Mara Game Reserve, which forms the northern part of the Serengeti ecosystem.
To many it is regarded as Africa’s finest Game Park. Animals and bird life are usually seen in abundance throughout the year. The most famous feature of the park is the spectacular concentration of plains game during the annual migration. It is also well known for its unique wildlife lodges and the beautiful granite outcrops or “kopjes” which rise out of the plains.
Words cannot describe what an amazing time we had on our 8 day trip to Uganda & Rwanda, and this was all thanks to Robert and Engagi Safaris. Form the start, when we first took an...
We have just returned home after a 3 week tour around Uganda during February 2016. We have visited Pian Upe, Manyatta, Kidepo, Murchison, QEP, Kibale, Bwindi, Mhingha, Batwa and Lake Mburo.
We did a 10 day trip with ES in Uganda in May. Sadly we had some health issues but Robbert and Kenneth took real good care of us.
I was looking for a local tour company out of Kabale to take me on a customized tour of 3-4 days. Robert Basiima was so responsive with my inquiries and planning the trip.