The Serengeti Safari Camp is a mobile camp that changes location every two to three weeks. These movements do not occur during guests’ stays but are instead pre-planned to keep up with the Great Migration when possible.
The six completely upgraded tents at Serengeti Safari Camp are spacious and include en suite bathrooms with drop toilets, bucket showers, and hot and cold water on demand. The camp is in the traditional East African bush style, with a light footprint, while still including all of the amenities you will need for a comfortable stay. The library and lounge tent is a recent addition, and the dining tent has also been newly upgraded.
Each group of guests has their own private guide and safari vehicle, and the day’s schedule is up to you. You can go back to camp for lunch, or enjoy your meal in the bush while still viewing game. In addition to the Great Migration, the Serengeti is also home to excellent resident game in an amazing array of habitats as well as over 500 species of birds. Your guide is an expert, having traveled throughout the Serengeti region and will share with you extensive knowledge of the area.
The schedule of camp movement can vary, but generally, it is located in the southern Serengeti from December through April, where the migratory herds calve through February. In May through early July, the camp moves to the Moru Kopjes area of the central Serengeti and through the Western Corridor, and while the migration can be unpredictable during this time period, the Wildebeest Rut in May and the Grumeti River crossing in June and July are spectacular events. From mid-July to November, the camp moves through the northern Serengeti along either the Mara or Bologonja Rivers, and towards the end of November, the camp heads south again.Request Information