PNC39 Day 08: Serengeti National Park

March 14, 2018 Comments Off on PNC39 Day 08: Serengeti National Park
Andrew Walton
Just a happy guy who loves travelling, loves Africa and feels that travelling changes you forever.

Serengeti National Park

We head off into the Serengeti National Park while crossing into Tanzania. The Serengeti is 14 700 square kilometres, but is mostly known for having over 3 million animals. Here you can look forward to seeing zebra, wildebeest, zebra, lion, hyena, hippos and ostriches. You will see most of these animals on a game drive on our way to the camp. The landscape changes from vast open plains to thick shrubbery and further along it changes into a forest as we head north. You will also see the infamous acacia trees (prolific in Africa) and large rocky outcrops.

When we arrive at the park you can sip on a cold sundowner and have a few snacks, then we will head onto the camp. We will spend two nights in the Kati Kati tented camp which is a highlight of this trip.

These tents offer large beds, clothes racks, a sink, a ‘bucket shower’ and a toilet. This camp is an eco-friendly camp, so we ask you to take this into consideration. There is also a lounge area and a comfortable mess tent where you can enjoy your meals. Here you get a taste of the bush with a few comforts.

Accommodation: Kati Kati Tented Camp or similar
Meals: Breakfast, Lunch Dinner
Included Activities: Serengeti – Game Drive (Overland Vehicle), Serengeti – Sundowner in the Park

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