The Serengeti is a vast and bountiful region of Africa that spreads over 30,000 square kilometres. It’s located in the north west of Tanzania which extends all the way down to west Kenya. The Serengeti is famous for its annual migration each year, bringing in loads of wildlife and has a wide range of different environmental habitats. The name itself derives from the Masai people, with Serengeti meaning endless plains.
The 2 million or so herbivores leave the north and head for the southern plains to chase the rains before returning north around April each year. These brave crea- tures are risking everything and face issues such as thirst, hunger and of course the predators.