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  • Songa Tented Camp

    $ 1,000 Per adult per night
    Lose yourself in rolling savannahs for the safari of a lifetime. Songa Tented Camp invites you on a soulful, immersive adventure, blending exhilarating proximity to nature with carefully considered creature comforts.
  • Naboisho Camp

    $ 1,170 Per adult per night
    Naboisho Camp is situated in a 50,000 acre conservancy bordering the Maasai Mara Game Reserve to the west and the Olare Orok Conservancy ("OOC") to the north. With just 9 tents this camp offers guests the chance to explore this diverse wilderness in a more intimate way. Unfettered by park regulations the range of activities are amongst the best in the region. The experience is based out of a camp that offers spacious traditional tents that include comfortable beds and a tented safari bathroom that includes a flush toilet, a sink and a shower plumbed with hot running water. The swimming pool provides a relaxing spot in which to unwind after a game drive, or while away an afternoon in camp. Consider combining a stay at Naboisho Camp with a visit to Ol Pejeta Conservancy or across the border to Tanzania's Serengeti National Park, Ngorongoro Crater, the southern parks or Zanzibar Island.
  • Tortilis Camp

    $ 683 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

    $ 2,812 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 rate is fixed at $21200 per night in Peak Season and $15000 in the Off Peak Season.  For 1 to 4 persons, the house rate is fixed at $13350 per night in the peak season and $9450 on the Off Peak Season.  
  • Faru Faru Lodge

    $ 2,650 Per adult per night
    Faru Faru Lodge embodies a fresh take on African bush appeal and ushers in a new era of luxury wilderness safaris, set within Singita’s 350,000-acre private and exlusive-use reserve in northern Tanzania. Singita's relaxed approach to luxury, forms a golden thread throughout this easy-going lodge in the heart of the Serengeti. Its contemporary African décor and design and close-up views of a busy waterhole alongside the Grumeti River invite continuous connections with nature, while vast outdoor decks, an interactive kitchen and multiple airy enclaves for dining and drinks add personality to every culinary moment. The café-style bar at the heart of the lodge hums with a subtle sparkle that spills over to the pool area and firepit, making for magical evenings under starlit skies. Consider combining your stay at Faru Faru Lodge with one of the other Singita Grumeti properties during your stay or heading to the coast for some rest and relaxation.
  • Sabora Tented Camp

    $ 2,650 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.
  • Nyasi Migrational Camp

    $ 1,000 Per adult per night
    Explore a rich landscape of inky blue skies, burnt orange sunsets and the soft neutrals of the African savannah. Nyasi, meaning grass, is hidden under the deep shade of acacia canopies. The camp moves between 2 locations in the Serengeti (North and South) throughout the year, following in the footsteps of The Great Migration. Guests are granted a front row seat to the procession of more than two million wildebeest, zebra and Thomson’s gazelle as they wander across the vast grass plains.
  • Serian Adventure Flycamping

    $ 1,090 Per adult per night
    First off, a disclaimer: flycamping has nothing to do with flying. Rather, it takes its name from sleeping in the bush under nothing more than a flysheet, as was the camping tradition before the luxury‐laden era of ‘glamping’ arrived. The premise is that you spend the days walking, and the nights sleeping out in light weight tents, in a makeshift camp that moves each day – the end of each day’s walk brings you to your new site for the night.
  • Serian Serengeti Lamai

    $ 1,275 Per adult per night
    Serian Serengeti Lamai is a mobile camp in the far North of Tanzania's Serengeti, an area known as the Lamai Wedge. The open plains of the Lamai Wedge are incredibly beautiful and abundant in game. The landscape is reminiscent of scenes from the film, Out of Africa, and there is plenty of freedom to roam and explore. The camp is situated opposite Crossing Point 4, midway among all crossing points along the river – and is perfectly positioned to spectate the wildebeest river crossings. Away from the river, this area of rolling savannah, boulder-strewn hillsides and fig-tree groves, is littered with inconceivably enormous herds of wildebeest, topi and zebra – as well as all the predators that gorge on this movable feast. Needless to say, the game-viewing we have access to is world-class. Cheetah, lion and elephant especially make for fantastic sighting, but it’s not unheard of to see the Big Five in a day.
  • Serian Serengeti Mobile Kusini

    $ 1,275 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.
  • The Nest at Serian

    $ 1,090 Per adult per night
    What does it take to find the perfect tree house? Located on the western side of the Mara River and only open to access by foot – thick with trees, valleys, rocks – we kept circling back to one particular spot: fifty metres from the water looking along a stretch that is filled by a raucous pod of hippo. A line of Warburgia stretches along a little draw, and a single tree at the end shows scars: a scratching post for a resident male leopard. The salt lick luring the impala leads to a hippo funnel and their small sandy beach.
  • Ngare Serian

    $ 1,275 Per adult per night
    Ngare translates to ‘by the river’ in the Masai language, and the idea behind this snug little camp was to transport the serenity of the original Serian camp to the water’s edge. Hugging the banks of the Mara, Ngare Serian is cosy and intimate. It can only be reached on foot, over a narrow rope bridge – and in a way the crossover is symbolic: a call to step out of touch and out of time, and give yourself over to the natural charm of the place. There’s something special about being on the water’s edge – the water slipping and sloshing over the stones sets a soothing soundtrack, but at the same time its energy and movement lends lightness and life – green shoots, verdant growth and glossy rocks that metamorphose into hippos.

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