Serian’s Serengeti North and South Camps offer guests the choice of either witnessing the major crossing points of the dramatic wildebeest migration or the birthing season both from the comforts of an elegant mobile camp.
In either the North or South Camps, accommodations consist of spacious, colonial-style custom-made canvas tents. Each tent is furnished with simple elegance with large, comfy beds and sumptuous rugs. The en suite bathroom is fitted with a traditional, bucket-shower and a flush toilet. For families, there is a tented suite available comprised of two individual tents joined by a communal living space. Every tent includes 240-volt power outlets for charging batteries and devices at any time of day.
From mid-June to mid-November, the camp is situated in the far north of the Serengeti plains just a little over a mile away from the Mara River. Every year millions of wildebeests and thousands of zebras swarm the plains of the Serengeti in search of new pastures. The drama is heightened as predators such as lions, leopards, and hyenas pursue the herds who must also traverse the crocodile infested river. From mid-December to May, the camp is located in the southernmost extreme of the Serengeti’s short grass plains in prime position as the first new rains renew the savanna and usher in the wildebeest birthing season.