For an authentic safari camp experience, Nasikia Mobile Camp provides simple luxury while following the path of the great wildebeest migration through the southern Serengeti Plains from December to March.
Accommodations consist of twelve deluxe mobile tents in either single, double, triple, or family configurations. There is even a honeymoon option. The sturdy and cool canvas tents feature a large bedroom with a desk and chair, a storage chest, and wardrobe. The comfortable beds have soft cotton sheets and warm duvets. Accessed through a separate door, each tent includes an en suite bathroom with ceramic sinks, a vanity mirror, a bucket shower, and a toilet. The tents are decorated in neutral tones to blend into the natural environment. A private patio area includes a table and chair for relaxing outside and taking in stunning landscape of the Serengeti.
From December to March, Nasikia sets up camp in the Ndutu area in the Ngorongoro Conservation bordering the southern Serengeti plains. Here the camp is poised to witness the dramatic spectacle of the great migration when millions of wildebeests and thousands of zebras and Thomson’s gazelles pour into the Serengeti in search of new pastures. Of course, their predators the lions, leopards, hyenas, and wild dogs are hard on their hooves. Nearby Lake Ndutu and Lake Masek are extremely saline but still attract many wildlife as the waters feed the woodlands and short grass plains that the animals graze on.