Serengeti Wilderness Camp

Serengeti National Park Tanzania

  • 4x4 drives and guided walks
  • Prime wilderness locations
  • Browse through books in the library
  • Games available for children
  • Drinks round the campfire

Open: Serengeti Wilderness Camp is open all year.

Location: This seasonal camp moves every three to six 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 12 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. One tent is larger, with four beds, and makes good family accommodation.

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 lit 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 six and over are welcome.

Health: This is a malarial area.

Communication: There is Wi-Fi internet access.

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