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Tanzania

Sabora Tented Camp

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Set in the iconic Serengeti in the heart of Tanzania, Sabora Tented Camp is a luxury, 1920’s style safari camp with all the romance of a bygone era.

Nine sumptuous, air-conditioned tents recall the elegant, colonial era of a century ago. En-suite bathrooms come with an outside bath and shower that enhance each suite, and a separate dressing area and reading area. For added relaxation, the tents include a private viewing deck with a Swarovski spotting scope. Other amenities include air conditioning, mini bar, a tea and coffee station, and a digital safe. The nine suites can accommodate eighteen total guests.

The camp is situated in Grumeti Reserve and forms part of the Serengeti Mara ecosystem. This area on the western part of the Serengeti National Park, Africa’s number one world heritage site, is known worldwide for its spectacular annual wildebeest migration. Every year millions of wildesbeests and thousands of zebras and Thomsons gazelles flood the grassy plains in search of new pastures. Of course, the predators are not far behind including large populations of lions, leopards, hyenas, and wild dogs. The 350,000 acres of Grumeti Reserve’s is mostly untouched wilderness and hosts a massive wildlife population including twenty-five species of large carnivores, forty species of herbivores, and over 500 species of birds.

Activities at the lodge center around the twice-daily game drives conducted in 4×4 vehicles with professional guides. A community tour visits the Environmental Education Center for lessons on understanding the Serengeti Ecosystem. Guided safari walks take a closer look at the flora and fauna. The lodge even offers archery lessons with a bow for children and a professional compound bow with arrows for adults. Other activities include mountain biking and out-rides starting from the equestrian center in the nearby Sasakwa Lodge. For an additional fee, there are hot air balloon safaris across the Serengeti Plains. Other activities such as tennis and shopping are also available.

The main area of the camp offers an elevated viewing deck, swimming pool, dining room, bar lounge with satellite television, DVD player, and library. Breakfast, lunch, and dinner as well as teas, coffees, and premium wines are provided daily. The camp’s chefs strive to create an incredible dining experience using locally grown, organic produce, Zanzibar spices, and fresh-picked herbs. Guests are not limited to eating meals in the dining room, however, and can enjoy the chef’s delights under a lamp-lit acacia tree, on the viewing deck overlooking the busy waterhole, or beneath a sausage tree beneath moonlit skies.

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Tanzania

Sabora Tented Camp

PLAN MY TRIP

Set in the iconic Serengeti in the heart of Tanzania, Sabora Tented Camp is a luxury, 1920’s style safari camp with all the romance of a bygone era.

Nine sumptuous, air-conditioned tents recall the elegant, colonial era of a century ago. En-suite bathrooms come with an outside bath and shower that enhance each suite, and a separate dressing area and reading area. For added relaxation, the tents include a private viewing deck with a Swarovski spotting scope. Other amenities include air conditioning, mini bar, a tea and coffee station, and a digital safe. The nine suites can accommodate eighteen total guests.

The camp is situated in Grumeti Reserve and forms part of the Serengeti Mara ecosystem. This area on the western part of the Serengeti National Park, Africa’s number one world heritage site, is known worldwide for its spectacular annual wildebeest migration. Every year millions of wildesbeests and thousands of zebras and Thomsons gazelles flood the grassy plains in search of new pastures. Of course, the predators are not far behind including large populations of lions, leopards, hyenas, and wild dogs. The 350,000 acres of Grumeti Reserve’s is mostly untouched wilderness and hosts a massive wildlife population including twenty-five species of large carnivores, forty species of herbivores, and over 500 species of birds.

Activities at the lodge center around the twice-daily game drives conducted in 4×4 vehicles with professional guides. A community tour visits the Environmental Education Center for lessons on understanding the Serengeti Ecosystem. Guided safari walks take a closer look at the flora and fauna. The lodge even offers archery lessons with a bow for children and a professional compound bow with arrows for adults. Other activities include mountain biking and out-rides starting from the equestrian center in the nearby Sasakwa Lodge. For an additional fee, there are hot air balloon safaris across the Serengeti Plains. Other activities such as tennis and shopping are also available.

The main area of the camp offers an elevated viewing deck, swimming pool, dining room, bar lounge with satellite television, DVD player, and library. Breakfast, lunch, and dinner as well as teas, coffees, and premium wines are provided daily. The camp’s chefs strive to create an incredible dining experience using locally grown, organic produce, Zanzibar spices, and fresh-picked herbs. Guests are not limited to eating meals in the dining room, however, and can enjoy the chef’s delights under a lamp-lit acacia tree, on the viewing deck overlooking the busy waterhole, or beneath a sausage tree beneath moonlit skies.

Coming soon!

Safari Camps
Points of Interest
Hotels & Resorts
Journeys

Coming soon!