• Tortilis Camp

    $ 738 Per adult per night
    Tortilis Camp is named after the flat-topped umbrella thorn tree, Acacia Tortilis, a sight synonymous with East Africa. It is situated in one of Amboseli's areas of Acacia Tortilis woodland, with the majestic backdrop of Africa's highest mountain, the snow-capped Kilimanjaro. Game drives, walks, sundowners and bush meals are enjoyed both inside the park, and within a private 30,000-acre game where Tortilis Camp is located. Consider combining a visit to Amboseli with a stay in Kenya's Mara,  Laikipia and Lewa areas close to Mt. Kenya.
  • Singita Serengeti House

    $ 2,953 Per adult per night
    Singita Serengeti House, an exclusive-use retreat designed for families and friends, has opened in the 350,000-acre Grumeti Reserves on the edge of the Serengeti in northern Tanzania. Located on the slopes of Sasakwa Hill with breathtaking vistas of the endless, open plains of the Serengeti, the house is Singita’s response to a growing demand from discerning travelers for privacy and flexibility. Itineraries, activities and meals are tailor made and tweaked as guests dictate the day-to-day pace and rhythm of their vacation according to their interests and needs. Rate shown is the rate per person, based on an occupancy of 8  persons. For 5 to 8 persons, the exclusive-use house rate is fixed at $23625 per night in Peak Season and $16855 in the Off Peak Season.  For 1 to 4 persons, the exclusive-use house rate is fixed at $14860 per night in the peak season and $10615 on the Off Peak Season.  
  • Sabora Tented Camp

    $ 2,785 Per adult per night
    With travellers yearning for wide-open spaces, intuitive service and unfiltered space and time, this modern interpretation of luxury tented safaris reflects a new dawn on the continent – and presents the perfect opportunity to return to Africa to rest, reset and be restored. Retaining the quintessential elements of a romantic safari under canvas, the camp’s nine tented suites are now set even closer to the ground. Subtle décor and design elements merge seamlessly with the continent’s creative energy and contemporary cultural identity; while hand-stitched leather finishes, durable canvas and campaign furniture echo the spirit of classic East African adventures.
  • Serian Serengeti Mobile Kusini

    $ 1,410 Per adult per night
    Serian Serengeti Kusini is a mobile camp created to make the most of the spectacular wildebeest migration. From December to March, it is perched on the edge of the short grass plains, a perfect vantage point over the vast space where the Wildebeest herds amass to give birth to their young. Nestled in a well-watered wood, ancient trails weave the migration right through camp.
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    Serian Serengeti South Camp

    $ 1,060 Per adult per night
    Serian’s Serengeti is a mobile camp and from mid-December to May, it's set up on the southernmost extreme of the Serengeti’s short grass plains: prime position to spectate the wildebeest birthing season. Dramatic savannah storms sweep in nourishment and new life, and an innate primordial urge pulls the wildebeest to the site of their origins to reproduce. The plains literally come to life for the birthing season. Millions of gnus and zebra dominate the landscape, looking for the fresh green grass that follows the first rains – and to give birth to their young. Serian Serengeti South Camp is located close to the Laetoli footprints an archeological site of some renown. This area is positioned ideally to witness the remarkable Wildebeest Migration birthing season. "Serian" becomes the base from which you have exclusive access to hundreds of thousands of acres of acacia clad woodland filled with huge abundance of wildlife. A minimum of 5 nights must be booked, which can include nights spent at Serian Serengeti Mobile (Kusini) Camp
  • Mila Tented Camp

    $ 1,343 Per adult per night
    First opened in December 2019 in the Mwiba Wildlife Reserve, Mila Camp is relocating to the Nyasirori part of Western Corridor area of Serengeti where it will be ideally located to take advantage of the Wildebeest migration as it passes through this area between May and July each year. This classic East African tented camp offers a pristine safari not lacking in any of the comforts. Resident game is present year round and the camp will also have access to the Grumeti River ecosystem.
    With five tented rooms and a two-bedroom family tent, Mila Tented Camp draws inspiration from the Hadzabe, who are known for their honey. This is reflected in the natural linens, textiles, and colours that blend into the environment and welcome travellers to soak up the beautiful surroundings, both inside and out. Guests staying at Mila Tented Camp are allocated a private vehicle and guide per booking and together with undertaking a safari adventure, have the ability to take to the sky in a scenic hot air balloon trip. There is also the option of fly camping for those who want a real sense of adventure and a night under the stars.
  • Sanctuary Ngorongoro Camp

    $ 760 Per adult per night
    Sanctuary Ngorongoro is located in Lemala Forest on the Eastern rim of Ngorongoro Crater not far from the access road. Set in the midst of old acacia trees, it has views through the trees to the crater. Access is via a meandering forest road, which leads to a natural clearing in the forest where camp is set. Ngorongoro is a highland area, which means that it gets cold, especially in the months July to September. Visitors will feel at one with nature at this location.
  • The Highlands Ngorongoro

    $ 1,167 Per adult per night
    The 8 tented camp is set high in the Ngorongoro Highlands on the slopes of the Olmoti Volcano. The are views of the Gol Mountains in the North and Empakaai Crater in the East. The Highlands offers a comfortable and stylish high-altitude retreat in dome shaped tents, inspired by the Maasai bomas dotting the surrounding highlands. The eight large tents have en-suite bathrooms with flush toilets and plumbed showers. Snug beds and a wood burning stove keep guests warm on even the coldest nights. The main area offers both sunrise views from the dining area, as well as sunset views from the bar/ lounge and a large inside fire place to ensure the safari feeling of a camp fire even when the temperature outside is too cold to sit out.
  • Serengeti Safari Camp

    $ 975 Per adult per night
    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.
  • Entamanu Ngorongoro

    $ 1,190 Per adult per night
    Entamanu Ngorongoro sits on the remote Northwestern corner of the Ngorongoro Crater rim. The camp is accessed via its own road from where there are spectacular views down over the Southern Serengeti before popping up over the Rim to the immensity of the Crater below. This is one of the only sites at the Crater where it is still an experience of the Crater as it used to be. Far from the crowds, tucked away and remote. This site is in the only place where you can watch the sun rise over the Crater, and set over the Serengeti. It can be cold here, it can be windy and it can be foggy, but come prepared and the reward is great. This is how it feels to really live on the edge of the world, right up close and personal with the wild of these volcanic highlands. A lot of thought has gone into keeping everyone comfortable here where the elements are king. Gas heaters in the rooms, fires in the main mess and lots of cosy corners wrapped in sheepskin. The wind can be intense depending on the seasons so the camp is designed to limit any noise in the rooms at night. It is important to be aware that this experience is about feeling like you are on the edge, not about 5 star frills and fancies.