The Serengeti is a National Heritage Site, home to one of the most highly diverse groups of animals and habitats on the planet. The majestic ecosystem stretches from Tanzania to Kenya, and 80% of it is currently protected by both governments.
The Serengeti is an infamous tourist destination, giving ample opportunities to view the Big Five, and of course the Great Migration. The Migration is an annual phenomenon, during which time hundreds of thousands of wildebeests, zebra and antelope move in herds from one grazing area to the next, spanning approximately 1800 miles.
Tourism is a significant part of Kenya’s economy, and it has emerged as the top foreign exchange earner in Tanzania last year as well. According to Africa Travel and Tourism, basing on its great potential, the sector has much to be confident about in 2014.
In 2010, the Tanzania government announced a plan to construct…