Accomodations At Serengeti National Park


Tanzania's oldest and most popular national park, also a world heritage site and recently proclaimed a 7th world wide wonder, the Serengeti is famed for its annual migration, when some six million hooves pound the open plains, as more than 200,000 zebra and 300,000 Thomson's gazelle join the wildebeest’s trek for fresh grazing. Yet even when the migration is quiet, the Serengeti offers arguably the most scintillating game-viewing in Africa: great herds of buffalo, smaller groups of elephant and giraffe, and thousands upon thousands of eland, topi, kongoni, impala and Grant’s gazelle.

Serengeti Sopa Lodge
Sopa Lodge

Location: In the Nyaboro hills in South west Serengeti offering magnificent views of the Serengeti
Accommodation: 78 luxury suites each containing two queen-sized beds and leading to a private verandah.
Activities: Swimming
Website: Serengeti Sopa Lodge


Serengeti Serena Lodge

Serena Lodge

Location: On a hill on Central Serengeti. A traditional African village inspires the lodge design.
Accommodation: 66 luxury roundavel huts.
Activities: Swimming
Website: Serengeti Serena

Olakira Camp


Location: A classic mobile tented camp right in the middle of prime wildlife areas in the Serengeti.
Accommodation: 6 spacious guest tents with large king-size or twin beds and convenient bathrooms.
Each tent has its own private verandah with an amazing view overlooking the Serengeti.
Activities: Game viewing, balloon safaris
Website: Olakira Camp

Tanzania Under Canvas

Under Canvas

Location:Mobile Camps. The location of these migratory camps are plotted to coincide with the documented movements of the annual Great Migration as it traverses the Serengeti plains.
Accommodation: Two TUC Mobile Camps: Serengeti Under Canvas and Klein’s Under Canvas.
•Serengeti camps – 4 luxury roaming en-suite tents complete with hot bucket showers
•Klein’s wilderness camp – 6 opulent en-suite tents with personalised butler service
Activities: Game drives, night game drives, bird watching, guided walks, bush breakfasts
Website: Tanzania Under Canvas

Migration Camp

Migration camp

Location: Northern Serengeti, overlooking the Grumeti River and migratory route to the Serengeti wildebeest.
Accommodation: 20 luxury en-sutie tents with private balconies, built on raised platforms
Activities: Swimming
Website: Migration Camp

Klein’s Camp

Kleins camp

Location: Northern eastern edge of Serengeti, hidden among the bush covered Kuka hills.
Accommodation: 10 cottages with en-suite bathrooms and private verandahs.
Activities: Swimming
Website: Kleins Camp

Sayari Camp

Sayari camp

Location:North-western side of Serengeti, on the south bank of the famous Mara River.
Accommodation: The 8 spacious guest tents with king-size bed, en-suite bathroom and a private veranda with a comfortable couch, overlooking the Serengeti.
Activities: Bush breakfast, reading, drawing, painting, writing.
Website: Sayari Camp

Grumeti River Camp

Grumeti Camp

Location: Situated in a remote valley in the western corridor of the Serengeti National Park, 50kms east of Lake Victoria.
Accommodation: 10 spacious tents with en-suite bathroom, overhead fans and outdoor showers.
Activities: Game drives, bird watching, excursions to Lake Victoria
Website: Grumeti River Camp

Mbalageti Serengeti Tented Camp

Mbalageti Camp

Location: Western Serengeti, on Mwanyeni hill and offers a breathtaking panorama view of the Serengeti plain lands and the Mbalageti River.
Accommodation: 24 luxury chalets, 2 luxury tented suites, as well as lodge rooms.
Activities: Game drives, swimming, spa
Website: Mbalageti Serengeti Tented Camp

Kirawira Luxury Tented Camp

Kirawira camp

Location: Western Serengeti, on a hill with sweeping views of the Serengeti.
Accommodation: 25 luxury tents built on wooden platforms, Victorian and East African décor echo life in a 19th century safari camp.
Activities: Swimming, guided walks (on request)
Website: Kirawira Serena Camp

Kusini Camp

Kusini Camp

Location: Southern Serengeti, set in a natural curve of a group of Kopjes in a remote area of the Serengeti close to the path of the annual wildebeest migration.
Accommodation: 12 en-suite tents with wooden terraces overlooking the plains blend seamlessly into the wilderness.
Activities: Game viewing, cultural visits to Maasai village.
Website: Kusini Camp

Nomad’s Serengeti Safari Camp


Location: This luxury mobile safari camp moves seasonally around the Serengeti ecosystem shadowing the Serengeti wildebeest migration.
Accommodation: 6 en-suite light and simple tents.
Activities: Game drives
Website: Nomad Serengeti Camp

Sasakwa Lodge


Location:Situated on top of Sasakwa Hill, adjacent to the Western Corridor of the Serengeti.
Accommodation: 7 suites (1 - 4 bedroom) with AC, lounge with fireplace, veranda with a spotting scope, en suite bathroom with bath and shower, dressing area, guest bathroom, heated infinity plunge pool, direct dial telephone facilities and wireless internet access.
Facilities: Satellite television, DVD player, reading library with internet facilities, billiards room, wine cellar, tennis courts, a gym, spa, and a heated infinity swimming pool and Jacuzzi.
Website: Sasakwa Lodge

Sabora Plains Tented Camp


Location: Located on the vast Sabora Plains with spectacular views of the savannah.
Accommodation: The six lavish tents are air-conditioned and feature a bedroom and reading area, bathroom with bath and outdoor shower, viewing deck with your own Swarovski spotting scope, and a library lounge tent. Facilities: Dining room, lounge, wide viewing deck, heated plunge pool, Jacuzzi, tennis court, spa and Colonial Trading Post.
Activities: Game drives and walks, archery, lawn croquet, mountain biking and equestrian pursuits.
Website: Sabora Plains Camp

Faru Faru River Lodge

Faru Faru

Location: Built in the style of a classic East Africa safari camp, the lodge is located on a hill overlooking a waterhole and the Grumeti River.
Accommodation: Six suites with AC, a deck with spotting scope with sweeping views of the breathtaking landscape.
Facilities: Elevated viewing deck, heated plunge pool, spa and store.
Activities: Strolls along Grumeti River, game drives, walks, horseback trails and hot air balloon safaris, archery, lawn croquet and mountain biking.
Website: Faru Faru River Lodge

Mbuzi Mawe Tented Camp

Location: The Camp is set amidst the bush and rocky outcrops of central Serengeti, on one of the main migration corridors. The camp is perfectly situated to afford spectacular views of the annual migration.
Accommodation: Accommodation comprises 16 spacious tents, each with 24-hour electricity, constant hot water, en-suite bathroom, dressing area, two double four-poster beds and a verandah with double sun bed.
Activities: Hot air balloon safaris, massage services, bush lunch / barbeques, wildlife video / slide shows, traditional dancers, sundowner cocktails
Website: Mbuzi Mawe Tented Camp

Ubuntu Camp

Location: The Camp is located on the south bank of the famous Mara River in the northern Serengeti. The area is almost untouched by tourists and Sayari Camp is the only permanent camp in the remote north-western Serengeti.
Accommodation:8 spacious guest tents each beautifully designed with a king-size bed, en-suite bathroom and a private veranda with a comfortable couch, overlooking the Serengeti.
The dining area, lounge area and campfire create a perfect bush setting, with Africa as the backdrop.
Activities: Wildlife watching, bush breakfasts, reading, painting, drawing.
Website: Ubuntu Camp

Ikoma Safari Camp

Location: Ikoma Safari Camp is located 10 km from Serengeti National Park gate. It is a permanent luxury tented camp in the Serengeti Ikoma region located on the main wildebeest migration route between the Serengeti and the Masai Mara.
Accommodation: The camp consists of 3 luxury tented suites, 2 luxury tented family suites and 4 exclusive round traditional tented suites spread out to ensure privacy and exclusivity. Each has full en-suite bathroom and a private veranda from which you can enjoy the panoramic views of the nature.
Activities: Walking safaris, night game drives, bush dinners, traditional dances, village tours
Website: Ikoma Safari Camp

Serengeti Wilderness Camp

Location: Currently situated about 40 kms north of Seronera on the Tagora Plains; this is a seasonal camp, which is relocated every three months or so, to follow the game's movement.
Accommodation:There are 10 en suite tents, with two beds , solar lighting and bucket showers.
A large dining tent with bar, as well as a comfortable lounge area with a small reference library, and a typical safari campfire make up the balance of the facilities.

Website: Serengeti Wilderness Camp

Bilila Lodge Kempinski

Location: Located in the heart Serengeti National Park, the Bilila Lodge Kempinski is a dream hideaway, offering stunning views, and combining the height of luxury with romance and open wildlife, in the spectacular setting of the African wilderness.
Accommodation: Includes 74 rooms, including 2 private villas, feature luxurious en-suite bathrooms, and are decorated with especially selected African artwork.
Facilities: Restaurant, lobby lounge, bar, wine cellar, art gallery, gift shop, swimming pool, Anantara Spa and small board meetings
Activities: Champagne breakfast in the bush and honeymoon journeys
Website: Bilila Lodge

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