Serengeti Safari Camp is a luxury, mobile camp that’s all about shadowing the wildebeest migration.
Accommodations at the camp consist of six open-plan, Meru-style tents. The bedrooms feature a separate dressing area. The en suite bathrooms are situated at the rear of the tent and come with eco-flush toilets, safari-style bucket showers, as well as a wash-basin with cold running water and hot water delivered whenever guests request it. There is also a family tent with two bedrooms and an adjoining sitting area.
The camp is located in the world-famous Serengeti. From December to April, Serengeti Safari Camp is on the southern Serengeti Plains, which are good for general game viewing and birding. From May to early July, the camp migrates to the central plains and western corridor, as innumerable wildebeest and other game herds move north and west. Highlights are the wildebeest rut as well as their iconic crossing of the Gumeti River. From mid-July to early November, camp is set up in the northern Serengeti, near the Mara and Bologonja Rivers. By late November, the camp is again headed south. Of course, the main focus is the great migration when millions of wildebeest and thousands of zebras and Thomsons gazelles flood the plains looking for new grazing lands. But the Serengeti is also known for its other large mammals and boasts a high lion population.