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Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

We hard five days camping safari with our friend from Suzi land and Ireland we visit Tarangire, Serengeti, ngorongoro, and lake manyara was best trip for us

1  Thank beeadventuressafari
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Reviewed 3 weeks ago

Seronera area is one of the best to watch wildlife in Serengeti. The sausage trees around the airstrip are one of the best places to see a leopard in Serengeti

Thank Sachin_Rai_FB
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Reviewed 3 weeks ago

We saw Cheaters, Hyena's and their lunch! A really interesting area to wander in our vehicle and view the animals.

Thank stephen H
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Reviewed 3 weeks ago

It is THE Serengeti, period. However you can get there, go. Seeing in their native habitat the animals most people on Earth only read about is a life-changing experience. You are surrounded by the never-ending drama of the circle of life as you watch the animals give birth, live, hunt and die around you. You cannot help but develop an appreciation for the role that every living thing plays in the grand scheme and how the loss of even the seemingly most insignificant creature ripples throughout.

The roads are long, rutted and dusty, so be prepared. Be sure to select your guide and your accommodations carefully. Their quality will make all the difference. There are those who think that just because they have a Land Cruiser and can speak English they can be a guide. Look for guides who have university training and a long history with the best companies. Look for a company with an impeccable service record and vehicles that are well maintained. Check to see how large your group will be, how long will your travel time be and how many nights will you be staying at each camp?

Research your accommodations. They range from spartan to extravagant. Will the tents in your camp have electricity and running water? What will you be sleeping on? What meals are served and what is the quality of the food? Is all food edible or do you have to be concerned about dysentery? What, if any, additional fees might you incur? What assistance is available if you fall ill or are injured?

If long trips over washboarded dusty roads are not to your liking, you might research flights. There are at least five local airports throughout the Serengeti and the flights between them are short.

Regardless of how you get there and what you do once you are there, a visit to the Serengeti is guaranteed to be a life-altering experience.

Thank IN_Travelers47906
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Reviewed 4 weeks ago

We saw so many animals, leopards, lions, elephant herds of 25-30, serval cat, and so many more. We were also so lucky to see a rhino. Highly recommend going here. Best safari we have done.

Thank rojolondon2016
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Reviewed 4 weeks ago

Can get very busy here. Still alot of wildlife around.There are many places to stay, very popular place.

Thank StuJenelle
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Reviewed 4 weeks ago

It is a must experience safari park for all nature lovers, being the home of the Big Five. We sited more than thirty big cats, but alas missed leopard. Big herds of elephants, wild beasts, buffaloes, zebras, antelopes and a variety of birds.

Thank charoos
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Reviewed 4 weeks ago

If you want to see leopards or lions on trees THIS is the place. Seronera comes alive in the dry season when there is action around every water body - there are a few including the river of the same name. Dont miss the Seronera Visitor Centre and do go on the tour. You will learn about the Serengeti, its flora and fauna, and be in the company of two hyrax species. There are over 20-30 bird species that can be found here, maybe because of the tourist lunch boxes! And its exciting to imagine that once the sun sets, the cement benches that you sat on may become a cool resting place for lions and other creatures.

1  Thank VikInd
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Reviewed October 2, 2018

Big five except the Rihno were in plenty. We saw leapord with the kill on a tree, plenty of lions and Cheetahs. The best was a show of a lioness which came towards our Jeep which was very close. The lioness was coming towards our Jeep, so close that all of us in the Jeep thought that we were the feed fir the lioness and the pride of nearly 12 lions and lionesses which were sleeping nearby. iit was a tensed moment and we all held our breath. tfor our luck the lioness took a turn to the creek nearby to drink water. After drinking water the most amazing site we saw. The lioness climbed a tree. At the top of the tree the lioness gave us plenty of different sitting poses while trying to find its prey. This was the most amazing experience on our Safari. It is un imaginable such a big animal gracefully climbing a tree and effortlessly flexing its body in different poses to find its prey. It was a breath taking moment. You need to experience!

1  Thank Priya B
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Reviewed October 2, 2018

We flew into Seronera to reach the Four Seasons Safari Lodge. Seronera is a small airstrip, but busy.

Thank Martin W
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