Serengeti sky


(With apologies to Montana.)

The African savanna is the original big-sky country. It swallows you up in its vastness.

The Serengeti measures a 12,000 square miles in size. It is part of Tanzania’s national park system and is home to more than 70 large mammal species. It is truly one of the last spectacular big-game areas left on the planet.

Some say that the word serengeti comes from the Maasai language and translates into English as “endless plains.”

Historically, the region has also been called Maasailand after the Maasai people.


Over 500 species of birds may be spotted in the big Serengeti sky. There are a few tsetse (tik-tik) flies too.

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