Set in the territories known as Ndutu and Seronera. The Moru Kopjes, an isolated granite rock formation, are without a doubt an essential feature of the breathtaking scenery of Serengeti. These fascinating rock islands emerge in the unending plains of Serengeti.
Activities at the camp include game drives to view the Big Five and the annual migration, sundowners, aperitifs around the camp fire, a visit to the Maasai village and culture activities, and special arrangements for honeymooners are made.
Perfectly set in the remote southern part of the Serengeti, Sanctuary Kusini's location was specially selected after much research by our guides and the local experts. It overlooks the plains where game are a common sight all year round.
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.
One of the best-kept secrets in Africa, Sayari Camp is tucked away in a remote region of the northern Serengeti, perfectly positioned to witness the great migration crossing the Mara River between July and October.
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.
This is the ideal safari itinerary for those who do not have much time. It incorporates the best of the Serengeti and the ancient, historic Ngorongoro Crater.
Serengeti Kati Kati Camp is a comfortable mobile tented camp situated in Central Serengeti, strategically located to cover the vast Serengeti plains. The camp is only a 2 hour scenic drive to Olduvai Gorge Museum and Grumeti River.
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.