The Serengeti National Park is an in situ conservation site in Tanzania which has the largest mammal migration in the world. It houses 70 larger mammal species and some 500 avifauna species in this area. It also has several game reserves for entertaining tourists.
The major population of wild animals is dominated by mostly the ungulates like the wildebeests and the Burchell's zebra, which are often found to be grazing together. Other species of ungulates found here are Thomson's gazelles and the common elands. One can also hope to see black rhinos, hippos, leopards, hyenas and African wild dogs. The crater is a well preserved wildlife sanctuary which offers luxury safari rides into the forests.