Kati Kati Tented Camp is a fairly large rustic mobile safari camp in the central part of Serengeti National Park, two hours scenic drive from either Olduvai Gorge or Grumeti River.
The twenty tents have en-suite shower rooms with bucket shower, hand basin and flush toilet. Three tents have king sized beds and the rest are twins. Each tent hs a private sitting area at the front. There is a cosy mess tent where meals are served. Food can also be enjoyed al fresco. There is a separate lounge tent and a library.
Activities here include game drives in the Serengeti and visits to local Maasai villages. In the evenings guests gather round the camp fire to enjoy snacks and drinks and swap tales of the day's events.
Open: Kati Kati Tented Camp is open from 1st May till 31st March.
Location: Kati Kati Tented Camp is a mobile camp in the Seronera area of Serengeti National Park. It is about a 2 hour drive from both Olduvai Gorge and Grumeti River and 40 minutes from the Seronera airstrip.
Rooms: The 20 canvas safari tents with gauze windows and en-suite facilities with bucket showers and flush toilets. The bedrooms have 2 twins or 1 double bed, bedside tables and a writing desk and chair. Each tents has a shaded sitting area at the front.
Activities: Days are spent on game drives in the national park. Guests an also visit local villages to learn about the Maasai lifestyle and culture. The camp offers private breakfasts and sundowners in the bush.
Facilities: The main area of camp has a lounge cum library and a dining area. There is a camp fire where pre-dinner drinks are served. Meals can be taken here in the open air if wished. Lighting is solar powered.
Dining: Meals are taken at a communal table.
Children: Children of all ages are welcome.
Health: This is a malarial area.
Communication: There is no internet access. The camp has a satellite phone.
"A fantastic setting, right in the Serengeti with wildlife all around. The staff were really friendly and welcoming - probably the best we encountered on the trip. The camp fire was a great place to sit for a sundowner before dinner. The food was delicious. We loved the bucket showers! We only had one night here and wished it was longer. Falling asleep while listening to zebra munching grass the other side of the canvas is a wonderful experience."