Seronera Airstrip (SEU)

Seronera Airstrip (SEU)

Central hub for Serengeti's breathtaking wildlife and safaris.

Year Round
Best Time to Visit
1,545 m

About Seronera Airstrip (SEU)

Seronera Airstrip (SEU) is strategically located in the heart of the Serengeti National Park, Tanzania, serving as a primary air gateway for visitors to this iconic wilderness area. The airstrip is surrounded by the Seronera Valley, a region famed for its rich wildlife, including large populations of big cats, elephants, giraffes, and a variety of ...

What to know

Safety & Vaccinations
Serengeti National Park is generally safe for travellers, with established protocols to ensure visitor security. Recommended vaccinations for travel to Tanzania include hepatitis A, typhoid, yellow fever, and malaria prophylaxis. Consulting a healthcare provider for personalized travel health advice is recommended prior to your trip.
For more information regarding vaccinations and health notices, view the CDC’s page :
CDC Travelers' Health
CDC Travel health notices and vaccination recommendations
Getting There
Access to Seronera Airstrip is typically achieved via a short flight from Arusha or other major Tanzanian cities. This direct air travel allows visitors to maximize their time experiencing the natural wonders of the Serengeti.
Getting Around
Within the Serengeti, transportation is usually provided by safari lodges or camps, with guided tours conducted in specially equipped safari vehicles perfect for navigating the park and observing wildlife.
Visitors to Tanzania, including those flying into Seronera Airstrip for a safari, must obtain a visa. This can be done upon arrival for many nationalities or in advance through Tanzania's e-visa system. Ensure your passport has at least six months validity beyond your planned stay. Applying for an e-visa in advance is advised to facilitate a smooth...
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