Grumeti National Park

Grumeti National Park in the western corridor of Tanzania was created by the Tanzanian government to protect the path of the annual wildebeest migration.

Escape to an Intimate Wildlife Sanctuary

The right to manage and conserve the 138,000-hectare concession was granted to the Grumeti Community and Wildlife Conservation Fund, now known as Grumeti Fund. With conservation at the forefront, this remote, lush location offers a far greener safari experience than other parts of the country. Rolling hills, rivers, and woodlands patchworked into the terrain extend resplendently as far as the eye can see. Here, herds of zebra, wildebeest, and other migratory animals can be witnessed following their ancient routes to Kenya and back again to Tanzania each year. The park’s abundant birdlife adds a melodic symphony to the serene surroundings, creating a harmonious ambience that enhances your connection with the natural world. A wild haven where the untamed beauty of the African wilderness flourishes. 

Biodiversity and Thundering Hooves

Stretching across vast plains, rolling hills, and meandering rivers, the park showcases the raw beauty of the African savannah. The Grumeti River, a lifeline for wildlife, winds through the park, providing an abundant water source and attracting a variety of animals and birds. Each year close to two million wildebeest, zebra and other antelope gather up their young and start the long trek north from Tanzania’s Serengeti National Park to Kenya’s Maasai Mara National Reserve in search of greener pastures. Their journey runs in a clockwise circle, covers some 2,900 kilometres and is notoriously fraught with peril. The Grumeti National Park is part of this routing. 


Grumeti National Park offers several exclusive and luxurious accommodations that blend seamlessly with the surrounding natural beauty. From lavish lodges and private tented camps to intimate safari villas offering guests a secluded safari experience.