On the edge of the Kuka Hills, Klein’s Camp stands with excellent views of the valley. The camp contains ten intimate en suite cottages of local rock and thatch with wooden floors and classic interiors. From each private terrace, a diversity of wildlife may be viewed in the valley. The main camp has a large, beautifully furnished bar/living area, plunge pool, curio shop and leisure deck. The restaurant and lounge command spectacular views of the valley and surrounding hills.
Pan African dinners can be enjoyed around an open fireplace or in a bush clearing and private dinners can also be arranged for a romantic setting. Askaris (Maasai warrior guards) accompany you to and from your cottage at night. Bush breakfasts at spectacular locations are a speciality. Private dinners are arranged at request. Day and night safaris in open vehicles are led by experienced rangers and guides and offer a thrilling experience spotting elephant, the black eagle and other wildlife. Enjoy spectacular sundowners with views all the way across the northern Serengeti, and set the mood for sumptuous, intimate evening meals. Klein’s camp is ideal for honeymooners.
Kirawira is situated on a hilltop that overlooks the vast plains of the Western Serengeti. The building style and furniture have been styled on the Victorian era and the open-sided architecture of the public areas keeps the guests constantly in touch with nature. The dining room, lounge and bar are situated in a large tent with raised wood flooring. Accommodation comprises of 25 tents that all have a sweeping view of the Serengeti plains, an en suite bathroom with shower only facilities and a private balcony. The tents are also equipped with a dressing table and writing table, a wardrobe, shaver outlet and mirror, his and hers bathroom vanities, a small table and chairs on the viewing deck and hammocks on request.
Daily game drives are done on the vast grasslands of the Serengeti where a variety of animals roam, including the big five. Guests visiting Kirawira may even be treated to one of the biggest wildlife spectacles on earth: the annual great migration of millions of wildebeest, zebra and gazelle. The lodge has built its own game viewing blinds on the banks of the Grumeti River, from which guests can view the great Grumeti crocodiles and other game that visit the river for a drink. The lodge offers walking safaris, bush dining and sundowners. Fishing trips to Lake Victoria and balloon safaris can be arranged at an extra charge.
Sayari is Swahili for universe or planet, capturing the vast plains and endless skies in which the camp is immersed. Sayari Camp was designed to strike the perfect balance between luxury and immersion in the extensive Serengeti. The 8 spacious guest tents blend perfectly into the majestic landscape. Each tent is beautifully designed with original and traditional cloth and furniture and has 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.
Far away from any other sign of human life, the Sayari camp crew ensures that every guest feels at home in this remote location. Sayari Camp's talented cook offers guests a fusion of European cuisine with authentic African elements. The camp's naturalist guides offer a wealth of knowledge on the wonderful surrounding land and its inhabitants.
The camp was chosen as one of the "Special Places" in Africa by Africa Geographic.
Serengeti Sopa lodge is located in the Nyarboro Hills in the south west of the Serengeti National Park, and is the only tourism development in this section of the Park. The vicinity of the lodge boasts a fair amount of game due to the year-round water and the acacia woodland. This offers a pleasant stay as you spot game at your doorstep.
Situated on the slopes of the hills the lodge offers magnificent views over the rolling plains of the National Park. Access to the lodge is via a tarmac highway to Makuyuni and then an all weather road through Mto wa Mbu, Karatu and the Ngorongoro Conservation Area highlands. The alternative is a one-hour scheduled or chartered flight from Arusha to Seronera followed by a 45-minute drive through plentiful wildlife to the lodge. Spacious rooms, each with two double beds welcome you to a comfortable stay, while a swimming pool invites you to cool off in the African sun.
Located on a hill with awesome views across the sweeping plains you'll find Serengeti Serena Safari Lodge. Home to the great migration, the Serengeti offers you an abundance of wildlife to enjoy from all the “Big Five” to gazelle and other ungulates. The unspoiled wilderness of the Serengeti allows you to witness big game feeding in full view from the lodge as you enjoy luxury service.
The lodge design is simple but stunning. Inspired by a traditional African village, separate "rondavel huts" house the 66 luxury guest rooms and all have their own private shower and toilet. Each room has a balcony and their own view of the vast Serengeti plains. From the overall impression to the smallest detail, the lodge is rich in local atmosphere created by indigenous African handicrafts and art. A delightful water feature runs through the main public areas, creating a natural source of waterborne plants and provides a home to many indigenous species of reptiles, amphibians and birds.
The Serengeti National Park forms part of a huge conservation area, encompassing the adjacent Ngorongoro Conservation Area, well as the Masai Mara in neighbouring Kenya. With no fences or man-made barriers, huge numbers of wildlife move freely throughout this area, constantly recreating an ageless natural cycle. The magnificent Serengeti is famed for its vast tree-less grasslands allowing for excellent wildlife sightings. The Park boasts 35 species of plains-dwelling game and prolific birdlife.
Grumeti Serengeti Tented Camp is set in the remote reaches of the Park, on a bywater of the Grumeti River, known for its wildebeest crossings and enormous Nile crocodiles. Tucked into a strip of riverine forest, guests thrill to the antics of spectacular pied colobus monkeys (found nowhere else in the Serengeti) and enjoy nocturnal serenades by orchestras of owls and bushbabies.
Every year between June and July, Africa’s annual Great Migration passes through Grumeti, and hundreds upon thousands of wildebeest, zebra and other herbivores cross the Grumeti River, risking the jaws of some of Africa’s largest crocodiles.
The name Serengeti comes from the Maasai word 'siringet' meaning 'endless plain' and at Migration Camp one experiences the vastness of the sweeping plains. The Serengeti migration masses around the site for several months en route to the southern plains with excellent sightings of lion, leopard, elephant and buffalo year round.
The camp is uniquely set in the northern central Serengeti, overlooking the Grumeti River, and offers 13 secluded luxury tents with full bathroom facilities for the discerning traveller. Spectacular sunsets, open air dining, roaring log fires and star studded night skies reflect the romance of East Africa.
Kusini is a permanent tented camp blended seamlessly into the delicate environment of the predator-rich plains of the Serengeti. The short grass plains surrounding Kusini provide the setting for the most spectacular natural phenomenon in the continent of Africa, the wildebeest migration, during which time the hordes amass around the camp for the birthing of their young.
The migration comes with its own retinue, and the predators - lion, leopard and cheetah -plus countless zebra, gazelle and other plains game add to a diverse eco-system that evolves around you during your stay at Kusini.
Perhaps surprisingly, Kusini sits exclusively in this remote region of the Serengeti, affording guests the rare opportunity for secluded game drives and intimate walking encounters well away from the principle tourist circuit. The expert guides at Kusini enhance your stay by sharing their knowledge and experience gleaned during a lifetime in the bush. Secluded amongst the rocky outcrops of this private swathe of paradise, Kusini has nine tents featuring ensuite bathrooms with showers and elevated terraces overlooking the Serengeti plains.
Between definitive wildlife encounters and classic African adventures, you may gather for elegant candlelit meals and safari tales in the dining tent, have 'sundowner' cocktails or picturesque banquets atop a nearby kopje, enjoy tranquil siestas watching the animals that often visit the watering hole at Kusini , or spend contemplative hours in the intimate library lounge, taking stock of what you have seen.
Kusini affords you the opportunity to enjoy a very special and private part of the Serengeti - exclusive in location, rich in experience, and luxurious in setting.
Set amid rocky outcrops or ‘kopjes' as they are called locally, which are geological features of the Serengeti, Mbuzi Mawe tented camp is in the heart of the Serengeti National Park, half way between Seronera and Lobo, in a low use area of the park. The camp consists of 16 uniquely appointed luxury guest tents each with their own en suite facilities and private veranda. Tents are decorated in a true African luxury style with mosquito nets and four poster beds and his and hers bathrooms. Activities at Mbuzi Mawe include daily game drives where, with the aid of your guide, you will have the opportunity to experience and appreciate first hand the harshness and beauty of this area. Balloon flights and sundowner cocktails can be arranged.
Speke Bay Lodge is located on the south-eastern shore of Lake Victoria in Tanzania, East Africa. It is 15 kilometres from the Serengeti National Park, and 125 kilometres north of Mwanza. Speke Bay is part of Speke Gulf, named after the famous explorer John Hanning Speke, who, in 1858, discovered Lake Victoria to be the source of the Nile.
Embraced by savannah, the Lodge looks like a small village, stretched out along the shores of the lake. The main buildings and luxury accommodation are round in form, built to perfection, painted white and thatched with a grass roof in the traditional style of the local tribe, the Sukuma.
Since the Lodge is outside but close to the Serengeti National Park, it is the ideal place to start or end your safari, or relax during your travels. Excursions in boats and on mountain bikes are offered, so you can truly experience Africa close up; you can fish from the beach for Tilapia, go out in a boat to catch Nile perch, or wander around on the Lodge's 100 hectares of savannah, looking for birds.
The vast and sensational Serengeti is the epitome of most people's dreams about wild Africa; its endless rolling plains perfectly honour the meaning of its name in the Masai language: Seregenget or Siringitu is the place where the land moves on forever.
Seronera is one of the most important spots of Serengeti National Park, where you can witness an actual kill in the flesh. This area is in the heart of the Serengeti, where all game drive, balloon safari, and catching planes take place. Seronera Wildlife Lodge is located in the migratory route, and it provides front- seat viewing of this extraordinary natural phenomenon.
Seronera Wildlife Lodge is artfully constructed round a rocky outcrop from glass and wood elements, perfectly blending into its surrounding; next to the lodge, several waterholes attract day and night the most amazing animals, providing a unique opportunity for a close encounter with the so called Big Five. Seronera Lodge is only 5 minutes far from the departing point of the hot air balloon safaris, which offer a thrilling birds-eye wildlife perspective of the vast plains of The Serengeti.
From its privileged location, the Seronera's 75 rooms afford stunning views of over 2.5 million wildebeest as they migrate from Kenya to Lake Victoria to escape the drought.
That is Lobo Wildlife Lodge; located in the North of Serengeti National Park, the most spectacular scenario of wildlife in its pure essence.
Lobo Wildlife Lodge is a dream of romanticism in its remote location, strategically hidden inside an enormous volcanic rocky outcrop. It is the biggest Lodge on the migration route. You can watch and witness the migration by lying in the pool.
Artistically made of wood and glass elements around clusters of large boulders, harmoniously merging with its surroundings, the Lodge affords from its raised location stunning views of the most amazing natural spectacle to be seen on Earth
Lobo is ideally set in the migratory route of over two and a half million of wildebeest in their desperate struggle for survival. It is the first lodge in the way from Kenya to Tanzania, only 28 km from the Masai Mara.
Lobo Wildlife Lodge invites you to an unforgettable Safari Experience from its privileged location, unrivalled by any other both for game viewing and scenery. A waterhole below the Lodge attracts a variety of wild visitors during the day and is lit each evening revealing an interesting array of nocturnal animals, providing a close encounter with the very authentic Wildlilfe. All the 75 elegant guestrooms afford superb views of this unbelievable natural phenomenon, and the sumptuous swimming pool is situated on the very edge of the rock, offering uninterrupted views of the horizon.
Lobo Wildlife Lodge offers simple but comfortable rooms, incredible views, friendly service, good food and is located in an unbeatable position for dry season wildlife viewing in the game rich Lobo River Valley. The most notable feature of the lodge is that it is built on top of and around a massive kopje or large granite outcropping. The kopje is integrated throughout the main lodge area and creates a unique and natural ambiance especially when the resident baboons are clambering around. However, the real highlight of the Lobo Wildlife Lodge has to be the spectacular views of the Lobo Valley from the swimming pool and dinning terrace. It is possible to see a good portion of the Lobo Valley and if you are courageous enough to climb higher up the kopje an even better view awaits. With a pair of binoculars it is possible to see buffalo, impala, topi, giraffe and elephant.
The Mbalageti Serengeti is located in the Western corridor of the Serengeti National Park in Tanzania. The Serengeti offers unparalleled opportunities for wildlife viewing and seeing Africa at its most untamed. Main attractions include the annual migration of the wildebeest and the large number of lions, cheetah, herds of giraffe and zebra.
The Mbalageti Serengeti is situated on the Mwamyeni hill and offers a breathtaking panoramic view of the Serengeti plain lands and the Mbalageti River. Sunset or sunrise, each side of the hill accommodates 12 of the 24 luxury tented chalets. With a structure of local rock and wood, these canvas fitted chalets are the perfect way to relax after a day of game viewing. All chalets have a bathroom with luxury amenities and are designed with attention to the smallest detail. Pamper yourself in the bath while enjoying a spectacular view. The private veranda with its cooling thatch roof is a private oasis and works as an extension of your bedroom in the wild. There are also two exclusive suites with a little extra of everything, and a private outdoor bath right in the wild. The suites offer the most exclusive way of safari living you could ever imagine. There is a swimming pool made out of local rocks and situated on the edge of the hill. With a 360 degree view of Serengeti, the pool will cool you off after a rough and dusty day among the wildlife.
Breakfast, light lunches and dinner, with influences from both the Serengeti environment and continental cuisine are served in the restaurant, with views overlooking the Serengeti plains. The bar, situated in the centre of the main building, is the natural meeting place and heart of the lodge. Here you can compare your day's game experience while being served the drink of your choice. You can also sit back and relax in the lounge loft, a cozy corner on the second floor in the main building. Board games, puzzles, magazines and books are available for all the guests. In our two ‘dukas' you can buy a memory for life or gifts for the loved ones at home. Local products, art and craft as well as more luxury items are available.
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