Kleins Camp: Information from the owner
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|No. of rooms||10|
Main description of Kleins Camp
Klein's Camp: Facilities
|Room facilities||Deck, En-Suite, Safe, Shower, Complementary Wi-Fi, Hair Dryer, Internet, Mini Bar|
|Available services||Babysitting Service, Credit Card, Laundry Service|
|Activities on site||(some activities may be seasonal) Big 5, Bird Watching, Game Drives, Game Viewing, Game Walks, Walks, Massages, Safaris, Child Friendly Activities|
Room types at Klein's Camp
Majestically situated on the edge of the Kuka Hills, &Beyond Klein’s Camp consists of just ten intimate cottages made of local stone and makuti thatch, with rich wooden floors and classic interiors. Each cottage has an ensuite bathroom and private veranda with breath-taking views over the surrounding hills and the valley below.
Activities at Klein's Camp
Bush breakfasts and dinners at spectacular locations are a speciality
Set on a private concession on the northern border of the Serengeti National Park, andBeyond Klein’s Camp offers the opportunity to experience night drives and go off-roading in search of intimate wildlife encounters in open safari vehicles with a canvas canopy. Because they are conducted in a private concession, game drives do not encounter vehicles other than those from Klein’s, allowing the rare luxury of relatively private animal sightings while benefitting from the wildlife riches of the neighbouring Serengeti. The camp overlooks a popular route used by the herds of the Great Migration when moving between north and south so that, twice a year, the valley below are filled with a jostling throng of zebra and wildebeest. However, this wildlife-rich are delights at any time of year and the Klein’s concession is famous for its enormous prides of lion, as well as some of the best leopard viewing in Tanzania.
Guided walks up and along the quartzite hills or in the game-rich valley ending with sundowners served on the crest of a hill.