Kimondo Migration Camp

$ 879

Kimondo Camp is an intimate 8 tented safari camp that moves between the Southern and Northern Serengeti in order to track the movements of the Migration. When in the North, Kimondo Camp is situated on the Lamai Wedge in an exclusive area east of Kogatende Bridge, offering excellent access to both the river and the open spaces of Lamai. In the South, the camp is nestled under Acacia trees in a bowl of open grasslands with a permanent water source which attracts wildlife throughout the season. Tents are spacious and comfortable with en-suite flush toilets and safari showers. To the front is a small veranda and seating area that allows guests to enjoy the peace of the bush in their own space. After activities, guests gather at the fire place, sundowner spots and the common dining and library tent or have a private dinner under the stars.

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Description

Kimondo Migration Camp pays tribute to an age when merchants from North Africa crossed the Serengeti on camels to trade ivory and spices along the East Coast. The mobile camp constructed of wood and canvas reflects traditional safari style with a Moroccan accent – simple, elegant and totally at home in this unspoilt landscape. Rich, handwoven rugs line the floors in the mess tent, where burnished copper lanterns glow into the night. Dinner is served either in the dining tent or under the African night sky. Afterwards, trade stories of the day’s sightings beside the crackling campfire.

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Accommodation Type

Rate Shown

Game Package, High Season, If SALE: Applies to current season only, Per Adult Sharing, Valid during 2018

Includes

Accommodation, Breakfast, lunch and dinner, Closest airstrip transfer, House Drinks, Laundry, Soft drinks, Tea and Coffee, Water

Excludes

Champagne and cellar wines, Concession Fees, Flights, Insurance, Medivac insurance, Park Fees, Transport to and from

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