Kimondo Camp, previously known as Olakira Lamai Camp, is the new sister camp to Olakira Camp, located south of the Mara River, and is very similar in style and design. Similar to Olakira Camp, Kimondo Camp moves location during the year. It is situated in the Lamai Wedge, a small pocket of the Serengeti north of the Mara River and south of the border with Kenya. This part of the Serengeti is a great place to witness the great migration between the months of July to October: it’s within the Serengeti National Park and is one of the more remote camps in this park. Then from mid Nov - mid March it moves down to the south east of the Kusini area. There are only a few other camps around here, so it's a quieter area than the Ndutu area to see the migration during this time.
Our view of Kimondo Camp
Although Kimondo Camp is a relatively new camp we are confident it will be as well run as its sister camps in the area. When located in the quieter Lamai Wedge in the northern Serengeti, it is a great base to see the migration from July to October. It's also a good option when it is down in the southern Serengeti for those who wish to see the migration with fewer other people around.
Kimondo Camp: Traveller ratings
The Serengeti is home to huge numbers of animals: over a million wildebeests...