Mbalageti Lodge (also known as Mbalageti Serengeti Tented Camp, or simply Mbalageti Serengeti) stands on Mwamyeni Hill, overlooking the vast Dutwa Plain, in a quiet part of the Western Corridor of the Serengeti National Park. It has uninterrupted views of the Serengeti plains towards the Mbalageti River and is a lovely spot to be located in the Serengeti, and ideal if the wildebeest migration is in this area.
Our view of Mbalageti Lodge
Mbalageti is smaller than the large 'Serena' and 'Sopa'-type hotels which are found in many of northern Tanzania's safari areas – and yet it is slightly larger than many of the smaller safari camps. The latter typically take 16-20 guests and, we admit, tend to often be our favourites. However, despite its slightly large size ... we really like Mbalageti! It's well run, tastefully constructed and decorated, and it has great views over the Serengeti. What's more – there's a genuine feeling that it gives good value for money: the standard rooms are relatively cheap, and the tented chalets, whilst more costly, are lovely and spacious.
Rooms at Mbalageti Lodge
Mbalageti Lodge: Traveller ratings
On arrival at Mbalageti you will be shown to the Welcome Centre.