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Serengeti Migration Camp

At a Glance

    Pros

  • 360-degree wooden deck veranda
  • complimentary laundry service

    Cons

  • camp is about a three-hour trip from Central Serengeti
  • lots of steps may be a problem for people with mobility issues

Serengeti Migration Camp Review

Because this lovely camp is sited in northeast Serengeti among the rocky Ndasiata Hills, you won't see as many vehicles as you would nearer Seronera in the center of the park, but the game is all here. It's hard to believe that the accommodation is actually tented because it looks so luxurious. Spacious tents with hand-carved wooden furniture, big windowlike screens, en-suite bathroom, and a veranda facing the Grumeti River give you a ringside seat of the migration. The main areas with their deep leather chairs, sofas, handsome rugs, and elegant fittings seem more like a gentlemen's club you'd find in London or Washington, D.C., than a tent. Game is good all year round, but when the migration passes through it is awesome. Take a guided game walk from the camp, laze at the pool, or catch up on your reading in the small library. Too fast paced for you? May we suggest sitting on your veranda to watch what's happening game-wise in the surrounding wilderness. Food and service match the surroundings and accommodation in quality and style.

    Hotel Details

  • 20 tents.
  • Rate includes all meals.
  • Credit cards accepted.
Updated: 09-26-2012

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