Serengeti Bushtops is a stylish, permanent tented camp, situated in the Wogakuria area of the northern Serengeti, not far from the Mara River. Between June and November this is usually one of the best areas to stay to try and catch a glimpse of a dramatic wildebeest river crossing. The camp is set over a large area – it’s a 1km walk from the first tent to the last tent – and with only 13 tents, they are significantly more private, and isolated, than other camps in the area.
Our view of Serengeti Bushtops
Serengeti Bushtops is remarkably stylish, and the rooms very spacious and private. The service seemed friendly and efficient. It lacks the communal ‘bushcamp’ feel of some of the smaller, more intimate camps in the area – and is a little more ‘hotel-like’ and formal – but for those wanting privacy and luxury this could be a good choice.
Serengeti Bushtops: Traveller ratings
Serengeti Bushtops is located in the north west of the Serengeti National Park