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Tanzania

Kimondo Camp

PLAN MY TRIP

Following the Great Migration Lamai Wedge to the Serengeti, Kimondo Camp is a beautiful mobile camp offering an authentic safari experience.

Accommodations at the camp consist of eight elegant and spacious canvas tents. Each tent features a comfortable cast-iron king-sized bed with twin beds available upon request. The private en suite bathrooms come with hot and cold running water, safari bucket shower, and a flush toilet. Providing the perfect spot for a rest between adventures, the tents also include a private, shaded veranda with an open view of the magnificent savanna. Other amenities include an in-room lock box, charging facilities, and complimentary laundry service.

Because of its nomadic status, Kimondo Camp enjoys two magnificent locations. From July to October, the camp is situated in the northern Serengeti on the famous Lamai Wedge, a golden triangle of grassland between the Mara River and the Kenyan border. The Lamai Wedge provides a gathering point for the wildebeest and antelope migrations in winter and their pursuing predators. The camp is only a short drive from dramatic scenes of Nile crocodiles snapping at the herds as they cross the shallows of the Mara River. From December to March, the camp pitches its luxury tents in the Southern Serengeti as the herds stop to graze in the sweet grasslands. This is where the wildebeest come to rest and calve before continuing their migration back to Kenya. Of course, there are plenty of other animals to see like lions, leopards, zebra, elephants, hyena, and rhinos to mention a few.

There are plenty of exciting activities to choose from at both locations. Morning and afternoon game drives are conducted by expert guides in either the camp’s open-sided vehicles or closed-sided with a pop-up roof. The vehicles are also equipped with fridges for cold drinks and power points. Bush breakfasts, picnic lunches, and dinners are delicious ways to enjoy a game drive in style with a chef-prepared meal. When the camp is in the Lamai Wedge, there are cultural opportunities to visit several local communities and villages. Guests can visit a traditional homestead and be entertained by the local Kuria dancers, or spend the morning at the market, shopping for crafts and handmade souvenirs.

The camp’s style channels traditional safari tents of old when merchants used to cross the Serengeti on camelback from North Africa bringing ivory and spices to trade. The mobile camp is constructed of wood and canvas with a Moroccan accent which blends harmoniously with its beautiful, natural settings. The lounge tent is lined with rich, handwoven rugs and lit by burnished copper lamps. Delicious homemade dinners can be enjoyed either in the dining tent or under the clear blue or star-lit African skies. The camp serves fresh-baked breads, muffins, and biscuits daily as well as a Continental or full English breakfast to start the day. Light buffet-style lunches or picnics precede full three-course silver service dinners at night.

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Tanzania

Kimondo Camp

PLAN MY TRIP

Following the Great Migration Lamai Wedge to the Serengeti, Kimondo Camp is a beautiful mobile camp offering an authentic safari experience.

Accommodations at the camp consist of eight elegant and spacious canvas tents. Each tent features a comfortable cast-iron king-sized bed with twin beds available upon request. The private en suite bathrooms come with hot and cold running water, safari bucket shower, and a flush toilet. Providing the perfect spot for a rest between adventures, the tents also include a private, shaded veranda with an open view of the magnificent savanna. Other amenities include an in-room lock box, charging facilities, and complimentary laundry service.

Because of its nomadic status, Kimondo Camp enjoys two magnificent locations. From July to October, the camp is situated in the northern Serengeti on the famous Lamai Wedge, a golden triangle of grassland between the Mara River and the Kenyan border. The Lamai Wedge provides a gathering point for the wildebeest and antelope migrations in winter and their pursuing predators. The camp is only a short drive from dramatic scenes of Nile crocodiles snapping at the herds as they cross the shallows of the Mara River. From December to March, the camp pitches its luxury tents in the Southern Serengeti as the herds stop to graze in the sweet grasslands. This is where the wildebeest come to rest and calve before continuing their migration back to Kenya. Of course, there are plenty of other animals to see like lions, leopards, zebra, elephants, hyena, and rhinos to mention a few.

There are plenty of exciting activities to choose from at both locations. Morning and afternoon game drives are conducted by expert guides in either the camp’s open-sided vehicles or closed-sided with a pop-up roof. The vehicles are also equipped with fridges for cold drinks and power points. Bush breakfasts, picnic lunches, and dinners are delicious ways to enjoy a game drive in style with a chef-prepared meal. When the camp is in the Lamai Wedge, there are cultural opportunities to visit several local communities and villages. Guests can visit a traditional homestead and be entertained by the local Kuria dancers, or spend the morning at the market, shopping for crafts and handmade souvenirs.

The camp’s style channels traditional safari tents of old when merchants used to cross the Serengeti on camelback from North Africa bringing ivory and spices to trade. The mobile camp is constructed of wood and canvas with a Moroccan accent which blends harmoniously with its beautiful, natural settings. The lounge tent is lined with rich, handwoven rugs and lit by burnished copper lamps. Delicious homemade dinners can be enjoyed either in the dining tent or under the clear blue or star-lit African skies. The camp serves fresh-baked breads, muffins, and biscuits daily as well as a Continental or full English breakfast to start the day. Light buffet-style lunches or picnics precede full three-course silver service dinners at night.

Coming soon!

Safari Camps
Points of Interest
Hotels & Resorts
Journeys

Coming soon!