A small tourist village built on a Koppie
that is located in the small town of Seronera, of Serengeti national park
. It comprises a reception area, video room, curio shops, a cafe with outdoor sitting area, administration offices and several illustrations with information about the park.
One of the illustrations is an elevated walkway, built around a cluster of rocks and trees, that details the wildebeest migration. Each point on the walkway represents a different point in the migration, with placards carrying information about that specific point.What to do there?
Get information about the Serengeti and the wildebeest migration, including maps on sale for TSHS 20,000 (2017), lectures, watch videos or interact with other tourists. There also are souvenirs on sale.
For a list of other attractions in the vicinity, please see section below after map or the attractions page
.Best time to visit?
Any time of the year, with the early months being perfect for viewing the wildebeest migration. You may need a good 4 x 4 if intending to visit the plains during the rainy season of March to July.Location of Seronera visitor information centre
The visitor’s centre is located about half a kilometre north of the Seronera airstrip
,and about the same distance south of the village. It is also at the heart of the Serengeti, a park world renowned for its vast plains and the wildebeest migration.
For more information on its location, please see the map below.How to get there?
By vehicle or flight, with the latter using the Seronera airstrip, then a hired transport to the area. Alternatively, it takes about a 2 hour drive from both Ndabaka
and Naabi hill gates
to get there, using a passenger bus, private, rental or tours and travel vehicle.
For information about park fees and permits, see the TANAPA websiteAbbreviations
m.a.m.s.l. - metres above metric sea level