There are three popular regions for Serengeti Safari: the southern plains, the central Seronera Valley, and the western corridor.
The southern plains are flat, open areas of short grassland. This is the quintessential Serengeti landscape, and what you probably picture in your head when you think of Tanzania Safari.
The central Seronera Valley is a network of river valleys whose rich grazing grounds attract the largest numbers of wildlife in the region. This is the most popular area to visit.
The best way to explore the Serengeti is by 4×4 vehicles on a game drive. As you make your way across the savanna grasslands, your guide will point out all the Serengeti Wildlife that you encounter.
A Serengeti National Park Safari will also include an opportunity to get to know the way of life of the Maasai indigenous people. While some African communities flatly reject modernization, the Maasai have a unique way of integrating modern education into their ancient customs and traditions in a balance of old and contemporary.