Located in Kirawira area of the Grumeti corridor, on the west side of Serengeti National Park, Mbugani Serengeti provides guests with the rare experience of close contact with the world's greatest animal migration in the area.
Mbugani Serengeti Highlights
Mbugani Serengeti is situated on the vast plains of the Serengeti which are home, all year round to the Big Five, making the camp the perfect vantage point for any game viewing and well worth a visit at any time of year. Serengeti is Tanzania's oldest and most popular national park. The Serengeti is famed for its annual migration, when thousands and thousands of wildebeest and zebras pound the open plains, in their search for fresh grazing. Serengeti is home to colourful lizards, rock hyraxes to 500-plus bird species.
- The camp is home to the Big 5 all year round
- Serengeti is famed for its annual migration
- The national park is home to over 500 bird species
Mbugani Serengeti Game Viewing and Activities
Guests can enjoy an early morning Balloon Safari over the Serengeti for a wide view of the park and an amazing close up of the animals below. A freshly cooked champagne breakfast right in the middle of the game park and in the evening the camp staff light a fire to warm a semi-circle of chairs for guests to enjoy campfires and share game viewing stories or learn more from Maasai warriors.
Serengeti Migration Camp
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.
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.
North Tanzania Family Fun
A great beach and bush family combination package incorporating the best of Zanzibar island and northern Tanzania. Explore the Serengeti, spot wildlife on your game drives, look out over Mount Kilimanjaro and laze about on pristine beaches.
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.