Serengeti National Park | Migration Camps

Nyikani Migration Camp

The Nyikani Migration Camp located in the Serengeti ecosystem, moves twice a year to ensure its guests are very well placed to witness the Great Migration of wildebeest and zebra. From December through March, the migration moves in and out of the Ndutu area. Ndutu is located in Ngorongoro Conservation Area, just south of Serengeti National Park. Nyikani Migration Camp’s location provides easy access to prime game viewing areas around Lakes Ndutu and Masek. In addition to the almost two million wildebeest and zebra that move through the area each year, Ndutu is home to cheetah, lion, giraffe, and hundreds of bird species. During February’s calving season, the wildebeest give birth to 8,000 babies a day.
From late May through October, the Camp is located in Northern Serengeti, close to the Mara River, allowing easy access to several river crossing points in the area. During this time of year, the wildebeest migration is crossing the Mara River back and forth from Tanzania to Kenya. River crossings are common, with crocodiles, hippos and large cats scattered throughout the area.
The 13 tents are comfortable, airy, and very safari-cool with lots of earthy tones, billowing curtains and brightly coloured bedspreads decorated with hand-painted lilac-breasted rollers. Each tent boasts electric lighting, power point with universal adaptor, a writing desk, a digital safe, a private and shady veranda, and indoor and outdoor lounge chairs. The en-suite facilities feature wardrobes, flush toilet, twin washbasins with running water, and safari-style bucket shower. The tents are positioned approximately 20m apart from one another, so there is ample privacy!

Nimali Mara

Set in the more remote area of Kogatende, in the northern sector of the Serengeti National Park, Nimali Mara is located about 30 minutes from the Mara River. The Northern area of Lobo and Kogatende meet up with Kenya’s Maasai Mara reserve and are well known for the spectacular crossings of the Mara River.
The camp is a hidden oasis in a remote location that ensures guests a peaceful and nurturing place of solitude and endless opportunities to unwind and experience Tanzania’s wildlife up close. This boutique and intimate tented camp offers a sense of sophisticated elegance and is beautifully designed with contemporary, and organic decor.
The lounge and dining offer spectacular views of the Serengeti plains and the amazing wildebeest migration. An infinity pool is set within a rocky natural cave overlooking the endless plains, where resident wildlife frequently passes by. Experience the magic of the bush and marvel at the unspoilt wilderness that surrounds it. With its seamless combinations of safari opulence, in and outdoor connections with nature, this boutique and intimate tented camp offers unfiltered sense of time and space.
Each of the 10 suites is purposefully placed to capture the best views of the plains. From the uncluttered beauty of the interior spaces to the glass wall overlooking the vivid landscape and captivating wildlife, this is a meticulously designed haven that encourages stillness and serenity. Every suite has a private deck with a swing bed & a beautiful large copper bathtub, with a window that opens out into the plains bringing a level of closeness to nature that heightens the sights, sounds, and smells of the bush.

Serengeti Sojourn

The absolute premier game experience, Serengeti Sojourn offers guests the once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to merge with nature and witness wildlife up close, in a setting quite unlike any other – raw Africa: Serengeti National Park. Uniquely, the elite tented camp moves twice a year within the national park to ensure the best possible sightings of this phenomenon. From mid-December to the end of March, the camp is located in the Ndutu region – the perfect site from which to witness the migration and the wonders of calving season. From the start of June to the end of October, the camp is located in the Lobo area, in proximity to both the Grumeti and Mara River, which offers equally sensational viewings of the migration and convenient access to the Lobo Airstrip. Serengeti Sojourn is not operational during the months of April, May and November, as well as early December.
Serengeti Sojourn comprises twelve tents in total, each decorated exceptionally with both luxury and comfort in mind, thus allowing guests to explore the best of nature in style. The tents are spacious, well-appointed and offer a great sense of privacy, catering to couples and families. The accommodation and service – offered by four dedicated “tent valets” who take care of guests’ comfort and safety – live up to outstanding standards and take “glamping” to the next level. The ten Deluxe Tents and two Family Tents offer a top-end bush abode, with a selection of bed configurations and a sizeable living area with luxurious, homey touches.
Perfectly complementing the overall Serengeti experience, dining is likewise a special occasion at these camps – glorious cuisine in a dream setting. A lovely dining tent sets the location where personalised meals are served. Occasional bush meals are served near to the camp, and campfires are lit when conditions allow, adding a vibrant atmosphere. Private dining can also be arranged on request.
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