Mbono Tented Camp has the advantage of being positioned on a private concession, just next to the Serengeti National Park. A safari experience here is intimate and diverse, with access to year-round game and splendid, comfortable tented accommodations.
Mbono Tented Camp makes its home within the private Maswa Wildlife Reserve. With a prime position on the edge of the southern region of the national park, guests of Mbono can enjoy the distinct experiences of a Serengeti safari and a game drive through a private, thoroughly uncrowded game reserve. Mbono hosts up to 12 safari-goers in its six classic canvas en-suite tents. Through the windows of netting, guests can look out over the plains and the Mbono River which trickles along next to the campsite. Inside the tents, campaign-style furnishings enhance the spacious living space. The en-suite bathroom has ample space too, with a his and hers vanity leaving plenty of elbow room for couples as they ready for the day or refresh after game drives.
Together with its sister camps of Subeti Tented Camp, Nyasirori Tented Camp, and Mwiba Tented Camp, Mbono Tented Camp is part of the Legendary Expeditions Camps family. Similar in design and all offering a sublime classic safari experience, this collection of four camps is found in the most beautiful and isolated locations in the Serengeti region.
A skilled team of trackers, drivers, and guides is poised to reveal the many marvels of the region, and each group at Mbono has the luxury of their own game vehicle and guide. The annual Great Migration peaks in the area in January and February, and year-round zebra, buffalo, topi, gazelle, lion, leopard, and antelope are among the populations found on game drives and explorations. Walking safaris provide an even more intimate experience in the wilderness as the guides point out the signs of activity hidden to the average eye.
The private Maswa Wildlife Reserve is accessed exclusively by the guests at Mbono Tented Camp, ensuring that the luxury safari is free from the throngs of tourists that tend to flock to the Serengeti. Excursions into the national park are possible too, if so desired. Whatever the activity, guests frequently find themselves with a drink in hand, relaxing around the campfire before retiring to their private tent.Request Information