Grumeti River Camp
In the untouched seclusion of a remote, idyllic valley in the western corridor of the Serengeti National Park, 50km east of Lake Victoria, lies the tented Grumeti River Camp. Flanked by two hillsides, this blissful camp nestles beneath tall riverine trees on the banks of an oxbow tributary of the Grumeti River. It is one of the wildest and most remote camps in Africa’s greatest wildlife sanctuary, the Serengeti. Intimate and distinctive, Grumeti is ideal for honeymooners or for celebrating a special occasion.
Ikoma Safari Camp
Ikoma Safari Camp is a small, deluxe tented camp situated 3kms from the Ikoma Gate of the Serengeti National Park.
There are ten tents, all having twin beds and attached bathrooms with hot showers and flush toilets. There is a thatched bar and dining room. Electricity and hot water is supplied by 12V solar power. There is an inverter for recharging video batteries.
There have been over 40 species of mammals sighted in the area. In addition to game drives, there are walks and night game drives. Alternatively, sit around the camp and relax. A minimum of three nights is recommended.
Serengeti Serena Lodge
Set high on the saddle of a tree-clad ridge, commanding panoramic views across the Serengeti, this lodge is the ultimate fusion of traditional African architecture and world-class style.
Winner of numerous awards from the world travel press, it is perhaps the finest venue the Serengeti has to offer.
The Lodge is in the Serengeti National Park, 335 kms from Arusha.
By road: transfers by road from Arusha take approximately —- hours.
By air: the airstrip is adjacent to the lodge and a ‘meet and greet’ and transfer service is offered.
A unique property in Tanzania’s Serengeti plains, Kirawira Luxury Tented Camp offers the ultimate safari experience – 25 elegantly furnished tents set against the Serengeti’s majestic landscape and amidst its legendary wildlife. In rugged surroundings, Kirawira provides superb cuisine, luxurious sleeping and bathing arrangements, and professional service.
A large, beautifully-appointed tent with raised wood flooring serves as the lounge and bar which is available for guest use throughout the day and evening.
Tanzania under Canvas
A unique property in Tanzania’s Serengeti plains, Kirawira Luxury Tented Camp offers the ultimate safari experience – 25 elegantly furnished tents set against the Serengeti’s majestic landscape and amidst its legendary wildlife.
In rugged surroundings, Kirawira provides superb cuisine, luxurious sleeping and bathing arrangements, and professional service. A large, beautifully-appointed tent with raised wood flooring serves as the lounge and bar which is available for guest use throughout the day and evening.
Intimately situated in the natural curve of a group of kopjes, Kusini Camp is unique in the Serengeti. It is an elegant blend of the modern and the traditional in the time-honoured grandeur of the earliest safari camps, from which you can experience the most dramatic wildlife spectacle on Earth – the great annual migration of the plains game, almost year-round.
Serengeti Sopa Lodge
Nestled in the acacia woodland on the edge of the escarpment overlooking the plains of the south-western Serengeti National Park, one of the most famous parks in the world, and host to the largest and most spectacular annual migration of the wildebeest.
Located 315 km from Arusha, approximately 7.5 hours drive, and 50 minutes flight with 45 minutes drive from the nearest airstrip. The lodge is set in the Nyarboro Hills, in the South West overlooking the Serengeti.
The Serengeti National Park is vast, stretching from the endless grass plains in the South to the woodlands in the north up to the Kenyan border. The Park is about half the size of Belgium and the Serengeti eco-system as a whole is virtually the same size as Belgium.
The Serengeti hosts the largest concentration of wildlife in the world, thought to be more than 3 million, and is home to one of the great wonders in the world, the Great Migration. Over a million Wildebeest move annually from the southern plains, where they give birth in January – March, to the Maasai Mara in the north, and back, accompanied by Zebra and other migratory mammals. Lion, cheetah, hyena, hunting dog and crocodiles make sure only the strongest survive.