Self Driving Safari Serengeti
There is a certain charm in planning a self-driving safari in Serengeti. It is a very personal experience that tests your skills in driving a 4×4 under some difficult conditions. Additionally, it gives you the reward of finding the wildlife on your own. Self-driving in one of Africa’s national parks is also quite a common activity.
The logistics of planning a self-driving safari in Serengeti. Unlike in many other parts of the world, where planning a road safari simply means renting a car, planning a route, and getting on the road, visiting Serengeti by your own vehicle is more complicated than you think. First, you need to take into consideration that prices will go up significantly. Additionally, expect to drive 300-400 km daily if you want to make the most of your time in Serengeti. Furthermore, you need to know how, and when to explore Serengeti with 4×4, finally the camping site in Serengeti.