Depart with breakfast on Day 4, travel via road transfer to the central region of the Serengeti National Park (1.5 hrs). The Seronera Valley is the best place for viewing lions, leopards and cheetahs year-round
. Leopards can be spotted in the acacia woodlands, Cheetahs are found hunting on the open grassy plains, and lions prides are often seen lounging on rocky outcrops called “kopjes”. The Moru region is particularly well known for its’ beautiful landscape with rocky kopjes and is a must-see. Endangered Black Rhinos are often spotted in that region. We’ll also explore the central territory for parts of the migration, massive elephant bulls, jackals, spotted hyenas, giraffes, zebras and large schools of hippos and Nile crocodiles in the Seronera River.
Throughout your safari we do recommend at least one, if not more, early morning game-drives to catch the nocturnal animals returning from their hunts; this is when the animals are most active and there are fewer vehicles in the bush. Speak with your guide about the various ½-day-trips that can be taken in the central Serengeti – all of which have different things to offer in terms of landscape and animal activity; Seronera, Moru, Gol, Barafu, Namiri plains, etc.) Overnight at The Kubu Kubu Tented Camp.