Area: 14,763 sq km
Location: lies between latitudes 1028, and 3017’S and between longitudes 33050’ and 35020’ E
short and long grass plain in the south: the Acacia savannah in the central area: the hilly more densely wooded area in the north, and the intensive wood land in the western corridor.
Altitude: 920 to 1850 meters above sea level.
The animal migration the Grassland savannah plains, wilderness, Kopjes, predators ( lions, leopards, cheetah’s, hyenas, etc.) big ostrich population, many bird species including migrants.
Aardvark, baboon, bat- eared fox, black and white colobus monkeys: buffalo, bush pig, bushbuck, civet, cheetah, dikdik, duiker, eland, elephant, genets, gerenuk, giraffe, gazelles, hartebeest, hippo, honey badger, hyrax, hyena, Impala, Jackal, klipspringer, kudus, leopard, lion, Mongoose, Oryx, Oribi, reedbuck, roan antelope, sable antelope, serval, cat, steenbok, squirrel, suni, topi, warthog, waterbuck, wildebeest, wild dog, vervet monkey, zebra and zorilla.
Distance and time:
335 km from Arusha and may take 5 – 6 hours at a normal driving speed.
Best time to visit:
December to July, to see the wildebeest migration: June to October to see predators.
Lodges, Lobo, seronera, sopa, Serena Huka camps: Grumeti River, Serena Kilawila, migration. Hostels and Rest houses. In addition to the above, there are many public and special campsites in both the high use and low use zones.