The Serengeti National Park, located in the Simiyu and Mara regions of Tanzania, was originally established to be a wildlife conservatory. The native Maasai people named the place, after their word, “siringet”, which means “the place where the land runs forever”. When visiting the Serengeti National Park you will be surrounded by the amazing wildlife and landscapes this beautiful park has to offer. The 5,700 square miles are not populated with humans, they aren’t allowed to live on the park lands. Without their human footprint, you can appreciate the home of some of the greatest animals on the planet.
Discover and explore Serengeti National Park in the country of Tanzania. This online guide of information, articles, and photos of Serengeti helps you explore the attractions and points of interest of Serengeti. It is located on the continent of Africa and its GPS coordinates address is latitude 2.3333 and logitude 2.3333. [Map of Serengeti].