Lamai Serengeti

Lamai Serengeti: Information from the owner

All the information on this page is supplied to us directly from the lodge owner and reflects their view, not ours.
For Expert Africa's view, see our own report, which contains our own observations and views.

Type Tented Camp
No. of rooms 12
Last updated 29-Jun-2016

Main description of Lamai Serengeti

Lamai Serengeti: Facilities

Property facilities Pool
Room facilities En-Suite, Lounge Area, Pure Cotton Linen, Shower, Verandah
Activities on site (some activities may be seasonal) Bird Watching, Game Drives, Game Viewing, Game Walks, Safaris

Room types at Lamai Serengeti

Lamai rooms

Lamai rooms

There are twelve stone and thatch rooms, raised on wooden decking and all en-suite. Three have an adjoining twin room for children, sharing the bathroom. Each en-suite room is open-fronted, with mosquito netting that can be zipped closed, and canvas roll-downs if needed. There are canopied mosquito nets over the beds. The bathrooms are enclosed by heavy netting, and contain a generous shower with hot and cold running water (provided by a solar system), and flush toilet. Each room has a comfy day bed and chairs for relaxing on the verandah.

Activities at Lamai Serengeti

Game drives

Game drives

Explore the Northern Serengeti with our fabulous and very experienced guides. Game drives allow you to get closer to the big game and cover greater distances so that you can explore further afield in this beautiful part of the Serengeti.

**Game drives are on a shared basis unless a private guide and vehicle have been pre-booked. Max seven in a vehicle.

Walking safaris

Walking safaris

Walking safaris are available at Lamai in certain seasons. At times of year when the grass can be a bit higher walking is sometimes not possible so it is important to bear this in mind (typically between January - March and June).

Walking in the bush is a fantastic experience and one of our favourite safari pastimes. It gives you the chance to really learn about the intricacies of the African bush; to taste, touch, smell and feel Africa. You don't get as up close and personal to the big game, but you do meet the little guys, all equally important in the grand scheme of things.

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