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, more commonly known as the 'Western Corridor', follows the course of the Grumeti River from the central part of Serengeti
for 100km out towards Lake Victoria.
This pretty valley has a reasonable range of resident wildlife year round, but is most commonly visited during Apr/Jun then the main migration herds tend to pass through on their way north. There is a reasonable selection of accommodation options.
The main potential negatives are there the road network in this area is very limited, which can lead to significant vehicle clustering, especially during that Apr/Jun migration season. At other times of year this part of the park is not generally considered to be a very strong location. The main road through the area also experiences a fair amount of transit traffic. Off-road driving and walking safari are not generally permitted.UpsidesDownsidesSeasonsAccommodationTrips