The Grumeti River, at a glance
The Grumeti River spans the western corridor of the Serengeti National Park, flowing westwards into Lake Victoria.
The western corridor stretches 50 km and comprises vast savannah grasslands, riverine forest, rolling hills and shady acacia groves.
This area of the Serengeti is seldom visited due to its remoteness. However, those that do venture this far are rewarded with a great variety of year-round wildlife, including giraffe, hippo, cheetah, elephant, large Nile Crocodiles and good leopard and lion populations.
Grumeti’s remote location means that you will not be distracted by a trail of safari vehicles. Around 30 safari vehicles gather on the banks of the Mara River during The Great Migration, but Grumeti’s banks will be occupied by half as many vehicles.
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