A large - privately owned game reserve that is located next to the north western border of Serengeti national park
. Spanning some 350,000 acres, it is owned and run by the Singita - fund
, a non-profit organisation that started in South Africa.
The reserve was built on land that was reclaimed and repurposed as a haven where some of the animal populations could prosper. Today it boasts growing numbers of elephants, rhinos, lions and many others - all of whom are well protected from poaching.What to do there
Game drives, with many of the animals being easier to spot due to the conservation efforts, or stay at the Singita lodges or camps.
For a list of attractions that you could see in the area, please see the section below after map, or the attractions page
.Location of Grumeti game reserve
The Grumeti game reserve is located next to and north west of the Serengeti national park, an area that sits in the path of the wildebeest migration, Much like the Serengeti, most of the landscape is flat with taller grass, and a few areas being hilly.
For more information on this location, please see the map below.How to get there?
By air or by vehicle, with airstrips inside that could be used all year round. There is an all seasons dirt road, that could be used from Serengeti, Arusha, Musoma, or Mwanza, though some areas may get a bit slippery during the rain.
For more information, see the Singita website.