Nomad Lamai Serengeti opened at the end of June 2011. It's set high up in the beautiful Kogakuria Kopjies, with views out towards the Mara River Valley and Lamai Wedge – in the far north of the Serengeti National Park, just south of the border with Kenya. Between July and October the camp has a prime position to see the great wildebeest migration, and is close enough to the Mara River for guests to witness river crossings.
Our view of Lamai Serengeti
Lamai Serengeti has a superb location and very good pedigree, and if you read our travellers' reviews there is little doubt that it is following in the footsteps of its high-quality sister camps. It may not appeal to some purists who like more elemental bushcamps with campfires and simple rooms; it's too substantial and smart. That said there is no air-con or satellite TV here either. It really suits those looking for great guiding and service, superb views and a touch of understated luxury.
Lamai Serengeti: Traveller ratings
Lamai Serengeti Camp has some of the Serengeti's best views...