Harmoniously nestled into the heart of the Serengeti ecosystem, set high on the Gambasage hill overlooking the famous Grumeti River, Serengeti Simba Lodge is situated on the main path of the annual Great Migration of wildebeest and zebra. With awe-inspiring panoramic views of the vast savannah, Serengeti Simba Lodge is home to prolific birdlife and a stunning array of large game including: lion, buffalo, cheetah, leopard, giraffe, elephant, bush buck, zebra, gazelle, topi and wildebeest. The vast wildebeest migration passes through our area twice a year on the annual trek through the Serengeti eco-system, which is a spectacle no safari-goer should miss.
Serengeti Simba Lodge is home to prolific birdlife and a stunning array of large game including: lion, buffalo, cheetah, leopard, giraffe, elephant, bush buck, zebra, gazelle, topi and wildebeest. The vast wildebeest migration passes through our area twice a year on the annual trek through the Serengeti eco-system.
Stunningly located just outside Serengeti National Park, with magnificent views across miles of the Serengeti, Serengeti Simba Lodge allows for types of activities that are not permitted inside the park such as walks and night game drives from the lodge. Special meals in outdoor spaces can be arranged and traditional sundowners in the bush can be enjoyed while out on game drive. Whilst reclining at the lodge itself, guests will find plenty of places to relax and enjoy the views and sunshine from the pool. Nature walks are a popular way to explore the surrounds and for guests to acknowledge the natural details. A speciality in the serengeti is a hot air balloon safari, which can be arranged for guests to enjoy the spectacular plains from above. If a more cultural influence is desired, there is the option to take a trip to the local village to experience the Masai people in day-to-day life.
Hidden among the rocky outcrops Serengeti Migration Camp is located in the northern Serengeti, at the starting point of the Migration. The best time to visit the camp is between July and November, in order to witness the Migration.
Ndutu Safari Lodge is situated in the South-eastern part of the Serengeti ecosystem, close to the Ndutu Plains and is perfectly located for the wildebeest migration between November and May. Tucked well away from the busy tourist circuit.
Dunia Camp offers superb game viewing all year round in two of the Serengeti’s prime areas, the southern plains and the central Serengeti Valley. After a day of game viewing, the strategic location of the camp provides a private and peaceful base.
Fancy an authentic 7 night adventure? Then take a look at our rustic northern Tanzania itinerary. You'll stay in comfortable camps but still experience the best of the Serengeti, the Ngorongoro Crater and experience views of Kilimanjaro.
This is a great 9 night itinerary ideal for families wanting to explore both the Serengeti and the tropical island of Zanzibar. Spend time on a coffee farm with Mount Kilimanjaro in the background, enjoy a safari in the Serengeti and spend the remainder of your time relaxing on a tropical island.
About half-way between the Ngorogoro Crater rim and Ndutu, Olduvai Camp stands at the base of a kopje on the southern edge of the Serengeti. It's run by Masai and has 16 simple walk-in tents, built on concrete bases with thatched roofs.
Ronjo Camp is a basic mobile tented camp located in the central Serengeti region close to the rather busy Seronera river area, but the exact location can vary every 6 months. This is a simple set up with a central mess tent alongside a camp fire with deck chairs.
Mbalageti Lodge stands on Mwamyeni Hill, overlooking the vast Dutwa Plain, in a quiet part of the Western Corridor of the Serengeti National Park. It has uninterrupted views of the Serengeti plains and is in an ideal position for the Migration.