Serengeti Safari Camp travels through the Serengeti National Park where the densities of animals and predators are high. The camp is positioned before arrival in likely proximity to the predicted path of the migration.
This 12-bed camp has large walk-in meru tents, with dressing room area separating the beds from the new eco-flush loos and bucket showers. There is a separate library and lounge tent, as well as a new dining tent.
Camp movements are pre-planned in an effort to be within reach of the wildebeest migration, but this cannot always be guaranteed given the unpredictability of nature and weather conditions. Activities include game drives in private 4x4 vehicles with your own private guide, daily game viewing, great birding, and opportunities to see the great wildebeest and zebra migration, large herds of plains game and the highest concentration of predators in Africa.
From December to April, the camp is on the southern Serengeti Plains with access to the main herds as they calve through February. Birding is excellent during this time, as is general game viewing. From May to early July, the camp moves to the Moru Kopjes area, central Serengeti Plains, and to the Western Corridor as the mass of the migration moves west and north. From mid-July to November, the camp moves to the quieter northern Serengeti close to either the Mara or Bologonja Rivers, offering great game viewing and crossings of either of the rivers. Towards late November the camp starts to head south again, arriving on the southern Serengeti Plains around mid-December.