Faru Faru Lodge offers luxury and elegance in a rustic setting overlooking the Grumeti River in the Grumeti Reserve which forms part of the Serengeti-Mara ecosystem, bordering on the Serengeti National Park. The private Grumeti Reserves concession consists of an enormous area of 350,000 acres (140,000 hectares) of wild and unspoilt wilderness teeming with wildlife. The area forms part of the famous wildebeest migration which normally pass through the reserve between May and June. The reserve also has good resident wildlife making it a good safari destination year round.
The highlight of the gameviewing nromally happens between May and June when the annual wildebeest migrations crosses the Grumeti River. The camp is well positioned to enjoy the migrating herds. Expert guides will accompany guests on interpretive, twice-daily game-drives in open 4x4 safari vehicles into the game-rich Serengeti National Park, boasting the largest mass of free-ranging animals on earth. As there are only two small camps in this remote park, you almost never see other safari vehicles. Sundowners on the Kirawira Hills are a memorable way to end a day's safari. With over 341 species recorded, bird watching around Grumeti is exceptional birdwatchers almost always exceed their sighting targets. Game drives and walks can be enjoyed with professional guides amongst the most experienced in East Africa, whilst other activities include archery, lawn croquet, mountain biking, equestrian pursuits, and hot air ballooning. The Equestrian Centre is situated adjacent to Sasakwa Lodge, and is home to sixteen horses. The Centre includes a lunging arena, fenced paddock, and a walled 2.7 kilometre riding track, which can also be used for walking and jogging. More experienced riders can enjoy outrides onto the Serengeti plains. Tack is English style, and guests have the choice of either English or Western saddles.
Carefully planned to bring guests as close as possible to the magnificent spectacle of the Great Migration, Serengeti Under Canvas is situated at a variety of private campsites throughout the National Park, moving according to the path of the migratory herds.
An exclusive lodge in the private Grumeti Reserve in the western Serengeti. The migration passes through the Grumeti Reserve between May and June. The wildlife is good year-round and so the experience is shear and unadulterated opulence in the Serengeti.
Olakira Camp is a seasonal mobile tented camp following the migration in the southern and central Serengeti. the camp is situated very close to the Mara River overlooking a crossing point regularly used by the Great Migration.
Sabora Tented Camp is a premier tented camp in the private Grumeti Reserve, ideal for the migration between May and June. The camp is located in the open savannah plains of the Grumeti.
Klein's Camp is located in the northern Serengeti, ideal for the migration between July and November. Klein’s Camp overlooks the incredible wooded hillsides, rolling grasslands, marshes and forested river banks which surrounds it.
This quick 7 night fly-in safari is ideal for honeymooners. You'll have the chance to explore the wild Serengeti - home of the annual migration, take in the sights of Kilimanjaro and spend your time game-viewing.
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.
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.