The Serengeti was recognised World Heritage Site by UNESCO in 1981; it is also one of the most famous and popular destinations of safari lovers for its high concentration of animals, but especially because this area is the setting of one of the most amazing natural phenomena in the world: the Great Migration.
Shrubby savannah, thorny bush savannah and Commiphora gallery forests can be found further North, while to the far North the landscape is hilly.
Serengeti National Park's areas
- Central Serengeti
- Southern Serengeti
- Western Serengeti
- Eastern Serengeti
- Northern Serengeti