About serengeti
The Serengeti ecosystem is a geographical region in Africa, spanning northern Tanzania. The protected area within the region includes approximately 30,000 km2 (12,000 sq mi) of land, including the Serengeti National Park and several game reserves. The Serengeti hosts the second largest terrestrial mammal migration in the world, which helps secure it as one of the Seven Natural Wonders of Africa, and as one of the ten natural travel wonders of the world.

Serengeti

black elephant on brown grass field during daytime
black elephant on brown grass field during daytime
flock of birds flying over the sea during daytime
flock of birds flying over the sea during daytime
cheetah standing on grass plains during daytime
cheetah standing on grass plains during daytime
A cheetah in the Mara, Africa
A cheetah in the Mara, Africa
black and white giraffe on brown grass field
black and white giraffe on brown grass field
brown and black horses on brown field during daytime
brown and black horses on brown field during daytime
brown elephants on green grass field during daytime
brown elephants on green grass field during daytime
woman in white and black stripe dress wearing brown cowboy hat standing on brown grass field
woman in white and black stripe dress wearing brown cowboy hat standing on brown grass field
A cheetah in the Mara, Africa
A cheetah in the Mara, Africa
brown bare trees on green grass field during daytime
brown bare trees on green grass field during daytime
giraffe walking towards green tree
giraffe walking towards green tree
herd of lion on field during daytime
herd of lion on field during daytime
green tree on green grass field during daytime
green tree on green grass field during daytime
herd of zebra near tree
herd of zebra near tree
A cheetah in the Mara, Africa
A cheetah in the Mara, Africa
bunch of antelopes
bunch of antelopes
black elephant walking across brown grassland under cloudy sky
black elephant walking across brown grassland under cloudy sky
brown leopard near trees
brown leopard near trees