Large boulders and natural kopjes surround Lemala Kuria Hills camp which is ideally situated in the Wogakurya Hills near the Mara River.
Each of the fifteen custom-built tents was constructed from recycled steel, glass, sustainable timbers, composite decking, and canvas combine with contemporary design to ensure a stylish and comfortable getaway. Each 750-square foot tent offers either a grand super-king bed or two three-quarter-size beds. Large glass-fronted doors and mirrors in the bedroom, bathroom, and sitting areas open to panoramic views of the incredible Serengeti beyond, melding indoors and out. The en suite bathrooms come with a freestanding bath and both an indoor and outdoor shower. For added privacy and relaxation, each tent has a spacious deck with tables and chairs, a private plunge pool, and sun beds.
The camp is ideally located in the world-famous Serengeti. The grandeur of Serengeti’s endless plains encompasses nearly 10,000 square miles. Innumerable gazelle, zebra, and buffalo graze the grasslands along with notable numbers of elephant and giraffe. At the height of the seasonal migrations, over one million wildebeest are on the move, joined by hundreds of thousands of zebra and gazelle. Not far behind the migrating herds are the predators, most notably lion but also including leopard, cheetah, jackal, hyena, and aardwolf. Generally, around October to December the herds descend from the northern hills following the rains. Sometime from April to June they begin their return trek northward, crossing the crocodile-infested Mara River between July and September.