Lodges & safari camps in Serengeti Migration Area
Sayari Camp (formerly known as Sayari Mara Camp) is a luxurious permanent camp situated in the far north of the Serengeti National ...More about Sayari Camp
Sayari provided us with a wonderful few days of luxurious living, personalised care and outstanding wildlife-watching. We really liked our guide Oredi, and it was great ... reviews...
Olakira Mara - Ndutu Camp
Olakira Camp, sometimes known as either Olakira Mara, or Olakira Ndutu depending on where it's located, is a semi-permanent tented ...More about Olakira Camp
The staff were very helpful, courteous and friendly. The food was very good and the chef worked miracles for me in terms of my allergies The tents were very spacious although ... reviews...
Nomad Serengeti Safari Camp
Nomad Serengeti Safari Camp is a classic tented mobile camp, which changes location approximately every 10 - 14 days. Its aim ...More about Nomad Serengeti Camp
We absolutely loved it here. Being right in the park was amazing. We felt like we were the only ones in the park for the most part on our drives. Our guide, Dave was an expert ... reviews...
Dunia Camp is located in the Moru Kopjes in the south of central Serengeti. This elegant yet unpretentious camp is in a good ...More about Dunia Camp
We did not find the service quite as good as Lemala Manyara but had an enjoyable stay. We were located in tent 1 on the end so it felt a bit 'on a limb' from a wildlife ... reviews...
Nomad Lamai Serengeti opened at the end of June 2011. It's set high up in the beautiful Kogakuria Kopjies, with views out towards ...More about Lamai Serengeti
We really enjoyed our stay at this wonderful lodge, the host Yana and Nick made us feel very welcome and all the food was delicious . Our guide was first class and we enjoyed ... reviews...
Ndutu Safari Lodge
Originally a tented camp, Ndutu Safari Lodge was constructed in 1967 by George Dove – a professional hunter with a rather flamboyant ...More about Ndutu Safari Lodge
We found everyone very helpful , the rooms were fairly basic but quite adequate considering their location . Lovely views of the bush and welcoming camp fire in the evenings... reviews...
Grumeti River Camp
The seemingly casual Grumeti River Camp overlooks the Grumeti River in Serengeti’s western corridor. It has a rustic, laid-back ...More about Grumeti River Camp
The setting of this camp is beautiful, with the river and the hippos. The tents were also quiet nice- My suggestion is regarding the poor lighting, specially in the bathrooms... reviews...
Please note: Suyan Camp is not currently open and we are not sure when, or indeed if this will change. Please ask us for the ...More about Suyan Camp
having driven for approx 7 hrs accross the flat bumpy never-ending plains in an open jeep, watching the miraculous migration, we finally arrived, dusty, exhausted at the ... reviews...
Klein's Camp is a small, luxury lodge that was originally built as a hunting camp. It sits in its own 10,000 hectare private ...More about Klein's Camp
The trip to Kleins began so well, with the sighting of a family of cheetah (mother and 5 youngsters)) who were sunning themselves on a rock not too far from the track we ... reviews...
Ubuntu Camp is a small, semi-permanent camp in the Serengeti National Park. Like it’s sister camp Olakira, Ubuntu moves seasonally ...More about Ubuntu Camp
Great camp with wonderful guides who were very knowledgeable. We were assured of an open vehicle and did not receive same; however, it all worked out for the best and the ... reviews...
Serengeti under Canvas
The Serengeti under Canvas camps are run by CC Africa, who also run Lake Manyara Tree Lodge, Ngorongoro Crater Lodge, Mnemba ...More about Serengeti under Canvas
There is nothing negative to say about Serengeti Under Canvas. In the middle of this national park, there is this incredible moveable camp - gorgeous, fabulous people, crazy ... reviews...
Kati Kati Camp
Kati Kati Camp is a one of the more simple tented camp located in the Central Serengeti near to Seronera. This area of the Serengeti ...More about Kati Kati Camp
We stayed just one night at Kati Kati as we needed a stop-over on our journey from Rhino Lodge to the Migration area in the north of the Serengeti. Kati Kati is a lovely ... reviews...
Mbalageti Lodge (also known as Mbalageti Serengeti Tented Camp, or simply Mbalageti Serengeti) stands on Mwamyeni Hill, overlooking ...More about Mbalageti Lodge
The lodge itself is nicely situated on a hill with good views from the pool / eating areas of the plains below. However, the grounds were very spaced out resulting in a long ... reviews...
Nduara Loliondo Camp
Nduara Loliondo is a semi-permanent tented safari camp which moves between two locations within the Loliondo Game Controlled ...More about Nduara Loliondo
We loved our yurt and our bucket shower. This was a very unique and different living experience. The visit to the Masai village and school was one of the highlights of the ... reviews...
Standing on the top of a Kopje in a remote corner of south-west Serengeti, Kusini Camp is very similar to its sibling, Swala ...More about Kusini Camp
The staff were all very friendly and the rooms were very nice and comfortable but the public areas were a bit soulless, perhaps because the poor weather meant that we didn't ... reviews...
Lobo Wildlife Lodge
First constructed in 1968, the large Lobo Wildlife Lodge was until recently run by the government, and its old-fashioned, stone ...More about Lobo Wildlife Lodge
A well located lodge in central Serengeti, comfortable rooms, hot showers and good views with wildlife right outside the bedroom windows. The hyrax and baboons can be noisy ... reviews...
Serengeti Migration Camp
Tucked in amongst an outcrop of kopjies in northern Serengeti, the large tented Serengeti Migration Camp has a comfortable colonial ...More about Migration Camp
Migration camp was a very good camp well run and a great setting. For us it was a tad too big (over 40 people for dinner) with lots of travelling safaris just dropping ... reviews...
Serengeti Green Camp
Most of the Serengeti's camps are substantial; they are semi-permanent and stand for much longer than your visit! The Serengeti ...More about Serengeti Green Camp
In the middle of nowhere with a great staff - couldnt do enough for us. Survived a spectacular storm in the middle of the night - and some great sunsets. George our guide/d... reviews...
Serengeti Walking Mobile Camp
The Serengeti National Park is one of the best wildlife destinations in Africa – attracting so many visitors that some roads ...More about Serengeti Walking Mobile
Mark was an extremely knowledgeable walking guide. He took us on 4 hour walks in the morning and 2 hour walks in the evening explaining every feature along the way. We ... reviews...
Kimondo Camp, previously known as Olakira Lamai Camp, is the new sister camp to Olakira Camp, located south of the Mara River, ...More about Kimondo Camp
The warmest of welcomes and the kindest of staff have made a great impressin on both of us. Absolutely the last word in hospitality and thoughtfulness. As in all the Parks ... reviews...
Serengeti Sopa Lodge
The Serengeti Sopa Lodge, located in the south-western section of the Serengeti, has a lovely location, spread out along the ...More about Serengeti Sopa Lodge
Very comfortable hotel right in the middle of the Serengeti. Wonderful views from terrace and room balcony, saw monkeys, impala, many birds and wildebeest in the distance... reviews...
Serengeti Bushtops is a stylish, permanent tented camp, situated in the Wogakuria area of the northern Serengeti, not far from ...More about Bushtops
really very very good in all. reviews...
Lake Masek Tented Camp
Named for the lake it overlooks, the relatively new Lake Masek Tented Camp is located just south of the border of southern Serengeti ...More about Lake Masek Tented Camp
This was the most luxurious of all our stays in the bush. Our tent was as nice as most 4star hotel rooms in any big American city...with a separate bath and private outdoor ... reviews...
Serengeti Serena Safari Lodge
At the end of a long winding road leading into the Kyabatero Hills, northwest of Seronera, lies the Serengeti Serena Safari Lodge...More about Serengeti Serena
We had an upstairs room in the lodge with a fantastic view of the Serengeti. We had animals directly outside the lodge roaming around. You had to be escorted to and from ... reviews...
Seronera Wildlife Lodge
Built around an enormous kopje, or rocky outcrop, Seronera Wildlife Lodge is in the heart of the Serengeti and on the annual ...More about Seronera Wildlife Lodge
The only reason that I chose this lodge was that it had a gym and I could maintain my training in the evenings. However their gym was not open. It was equipped with 19 ... reviews...
Buffalo Luxury Camp
Buffalo Luxury Camp is set in a 60 acre site a short distance into the Loliondo concession, just outside the Serengeti’s Klein’s Gate. As well as game drives within the Serengeti itself, guests who stay here have the added benefit of being able to do other activities such as night drives and walks, ...More about Buffalo Luxury Camp
Faru Faru Lodge
Faru Faru Lodge is the most southerly of the Singita's properties in the Serengeti, and is close to the Grumeti River and the Serengeti's Western Corridor. Having opened early in 2007, Faru Faru is also the newest of the properties here. It has views over the undulating, short grass hills of ...More about Faru Faru Lodge
Four Seasons Safari Lodge Serengeti
The large, upmarket Four Seasons Safari Lodge Serengeti is located in the centre of the Serengeti National Park, with a waterhole adjacent to the lodge. It lies just north of the productive wildlife area around Seronera, which has excellent permanent game, as well as hosting the migration in season, ...More about Four Seasons Serengeti
Open since 1998, Kirawira Camp is part of the East African chain of Serena Hotels. It is the smartest and smallest of their properties in northern Tanzania and is designed to be a high-end, colonial-style tented camp. The most noticeable thing about Kirawira Camp is its location. Atop a high ...More about Kirawira Camp
Opened in 2010, Lemala Ewanjan is located in the Seronera area of the Serengeti, which enjoys good resident game throughout the year. It’s an uncomplicated and comfortable camp very similar in style and design to other Lemala Camps. Ewanjan’s sister camps include Lemala Ngorongoro, the seasonal ...More about Lemala Ewanjan
Lemala Kuria Hills
The latest addition to the Lemala Camps portfolio, Lemala Kuria Hills is their most luxurious camp which opened in July 2013. Located in the northern Serengeti, in the scenic Wogakuria Hills, it is about a 30 minutes drive from the Mara River. This part of the Serengeti is a great place to witness ...More about Lemala Kuria Hills
Lemala Mara-Ndutu is a seasonal camp that moves twice in the year - Lemala Mara spends June through October in the northern Serengeti by the Mara River, before closing for two weeks in November and then re-opens as Lemala Ndutu in the southern Ndutu plains from December through March. Lemala ...More about Lemala Mara-Ndutu
Mbuzi Mawe Tented Camp – which means 'klipspringer' in English – is set amidst the bush and rocky outcrops of central Serengeti. It belongs to the large Serena group of hotels/lodges, although this camp is one of the group's smaller and more intimate lodges; it's much more personal than many of ...More about Mbuzi Mawe
Namiri Plains Camp
Namiri Plains is a brand new camp opening on July 1st 2014. It will be located in one of the most reliably good game viewing areas in the Serengeti - the central Seronera area. We haven't yet visited this camp, however we know the company who run it very well from other properties around Tanzania ...More about Namiri Plains Camp
About half-way between the Ngorogoro Crater rim and Ndutu, Olduvai Camp stands at the base of a kopje on the southern edge of the Serengeti. A sister-camp to Mawe Ninga in Tarangire, it's run by Maasai and has 16 simple walk-in tents, built on concrete bases with thatched roofs. Each has twin ...More about Olduvai Camp
Sabora Tented Camp
Just to the north-west of the Serengeti National Park, the old Grumeti Game Reserve was a privately run wildlife area which covered about 1,500km². In 2006, the management of this (together with the larger, neighboring Ikorongo Game Reserve and Fort Ikoma Open Area) was taken over by a team from ...More about Sabora Tented Camp
Set atop Sasakwa Hill, Sasakwa Lodge is a stunning lodge and the flagship property of Singita Grumeti Reserve. Grumeti Reserve is a privately owned reserve, on which sit three sister properties – Sasakwa Lodge, Sabora Tented Camp and Faru Faru. This reserve covers 1,500 km² of wilderness to ...More about Sasakwa Lodge
Serengeti Pioneer Camp
Opened December 2012, and located in south central Serengeti National Park, Serengeti Pioneer Camp is a smart tented camp with a touch of the early explorer about it. Built on a slope below a picturesque kopje, the camp setting retains a feeling of seclusion yet is well placed as a base for game ...More about Serengeti Pioneer Camp
Alex Walker's Serian Serengeti
A stylish tented camp - Alex Walker's Serian Serengeti is a mobile tented operation situated in one of two locations in or around the Serengeti depending on the time of year. Aiming to give guests a simple, authentic bush experience, it's a relaxed and friendly camp which retains a luxurious edge...More about Serian Serengeti
Singita Mara River Tented Camp
Set in the beautiful Lamai triangle (an area of land north of the Mara River, but south of the Kenyan border), Singita Mara River Tented Camp is a new tented camp with just six tents spread along the banks of the river, all very well equipped. We haven’t yet had a chance to see this new camp, ...More about Singita Mara River