Serengeti Safari Camp

$ 914 $ 749

Serengeti Safari Camp is designed to follow the migrating herds, which is the primary objective of most safari-goers. Camp sites are carefully selected to be within striking distance of the herds (nature allowing of course) but always tucked away in corners of hidden wilderness as far from others as possible. There are two identical camps which leap frog around the Serengeti, moving 4 – 5 times a year. This is one of the last camps to continue doing this as many “mobiles camps” now only move twice per season.

Each year, these little camps cast off from Lamai Serengeti and begin their own odyssey.  Covering hundreds of miles and moving every couple of months along a route that the herds have travelled for hundreds of years, Serengeti Safari Camp is where you come for your migration fix.

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Serengeti Safari Camp

This camp is is all about the Wildebeest migration, which is truly something to behold. Depending on the time of year, there is always something to see. December to March sees the herds gather on the short grass plains in Southern Serengeti to have their calves. From April to June they spread out over central and western Serengeti. As there are two identical camps, it is a good idea to combine the two as the herds can be unpredictable at this time of year. During July to October, the herds are up in Northern Serengeti, criss crossing over the Mara River in search of fresh grazing. This is probably the most intense time to see them. November sees them pushing south again to start the whole cycle once more, and once again it is a harder time of year to predict their movements and a combo of both camps, or Serengeti Safari Camp with Lamai Serengeti works wonders.

With only six canvas tents and a roomy open mess tent, there is plenty of space to appreciate the vastness of the Serengeti. Camp is not short of creature comforts, but you will find nothing that is not absolutely necessary to ensure your comfort. The mobile nature of the camp precludes a light footprint, as does a commitment to do no harm as the camp moves through the Serengeti. Enjoy a good old bucket shower here, and make use of eco-flush loos which use 90% less water than your ordinary toilet.

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Game Package, High Season, Per Adult Sharing, Valid during 2017

Includes

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

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Champagne and cellar wines, Flights, Insurance, Laundry, Medivac insurance, Park Fees

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