Serengeti Wilderness Camp is a small camp in the heart of the world famous national park, which relocates every 3 to 6 months to give you the best game viewing.
The camp has only ten tents, so is intimate and the staff are friendly and helpful. They will do their best to make your stay a happy and memorable one.
Your tent has comfortable beds with good quality bed linens, bedside tables and lamps, a dressing area and private bathroom with a flushing toilet and bush shower. There is a shaded veranda, ideal for resting between game drives and walking safaris, watching birds and animals nearby.
Days are spent out game viewing in the park, in specially adapted vehicles. You can also go on guided walking safaris led by an experienced guide and accompanied by a parks ranger. There is good bird watching in and around camp. Balloon safaris are possible, too, and must be prebooked well in advance.
The lounge tent has a small reference library, selection of maps and various games. There is a handy recharging point for cameras. In the separate dining tent you can enjoy delicious, freshly prepared meals and chat with other guests. In the evening you can savour sundowners and snacks around the camp fire, reliving the events of the day.
Open: Serengeti Wilderness Camp is open all year.
Location: This seasonal camp moves every 3-6 months to prime locations within the central zone of the Serengeti National Park. The nearest airstrip is Seronera, about a 20 minute drive away.
Rooms: There are 10 large tents with en-suite facilities including a flush toilet and a bush shower. There are comfortable beds and bed linen is provided. There is a dressing room and tents have bedside tables with solar-powered lamps. There is a veranda, ideal for quiet relaxation or bird watching.
Activities: You can spend days game driving in the national park, go on guided walking safaris or bird walks. All activities are led by experienced, professional guides. Multi-day wilderness trails are offered, too. Balloon safaris are possible, but need to be booked well in advance of travel.
Facilities: There is a central dining tent and a lounge tent, which has a selection of games for children and reference books and maps. There is a recharging facility for cameras and videos. The campfire is let each evening and is a good place to sit over a sundowner and enjoy time with other guests.
Dining: Meals are eaten communally.
Children: Children aged 6 and over are welcome.
Health: This is a malarial area.
Communication: There is no Wi-Fi internet access.