Serengeti Safari Camp
Migrate with the animals of the Serengeti
Serengeti Safari Camp
This personalised, mobile tented camp focuses on an intimate encounter with one of Africa’s most impressive wilderness regions. Set in various locations across the Serengeti National Park, total bush seclusion is guaranteed. A simple but authentic safari camp experience, focusing attention on the external environment. Known for its top notch guides, explore by vehicle and encounter the Great Migration, elephants, buffalo lion and cheetah, to name a few.
At the lodge
The central areas of Serengeti Safari Camp are divided beneath two tents, a dining tent and a lounging tent. Minimalism is a must with this camp moving location four times over the course of a year. The lounge has throw rugs, an upholstered couch, directors chairs, leather beanbag and a mix of soft scatter cushions to keep you total relaxed and at ease. In the dining space a single elongated table surrounded by directors chairs, provides the perfect meeting place to catch up on the day's events with fellow travellers. There is also small library and bar blended effortlessly into the mix. Outside there is a campfire and chairs for your evening sundowner or a bit of stargazing.
In keeping with the rest of this mobile camp, the six tents are simple but comfortable with good quality furnishings. Spread out, away from the central area ensuring privacy and a feeling of bush immersion. Each tent comes with double or twin beds and a leather topped writing desk. The en-suite bathroom has a eco-flush toilet and bucket shower, with hot water a moment away. Beyond the tent flap are two director's chairs, foot rests and depending on location, views of the plains or into a wooded thicket.
Game drive, game drive and more game drive. This is the perfect method of exploration when following the Great Migration and all it’s excitement, from crocodile infested river crossings to the birthing season to incredible big cat hunts there is no shortage of action in this neck of the woods. Take advantage with a packed lunch, spending a full day in the bush or find a picnic spot with a view. If you just feel like relaxing, watch the wilds unfold from your tent with a book from the small library.