Nomad Serengeti Safari Camp
Nomad Serengeti Safari Camp is a classic tented mobile camp, which changes location several times a year in order to follow the wildebeest migration around the Serengeti. There are tents and infrastructure for a maximum of 14 guests. The camp's changing location broadly follows the pattern of the migration: see our moving map of the Serengeti migration here. Roughly from December to April, the camp is in the southern plains area and around Lake Ndutu, where the wildebeest herds spread out widely to graze and calve on the open plains. In May it usually moves to the Moru area of central Serengeti. In June and July it's usually based in the Western Corridor and Grumeti area. And from July to October, the camp is based in the northern Kogatende area.
Our view of Nomad Serengeti Camp
Nomad Serengeti Safari Camp is a traditional bush camp, with relatively luxurious comforts and high standards of food and service. There is a lovely balance here between immersing yourself in the wilderness, feeling truly part of the bush, and enjoying the comforts of a luxury camp. If you want an authentic experience of bush living, while also getting close to the migration action, then this is a great choice.
Nomad Serengeti Camp: Traveller ratings
Nomad Serengeti Safari Camp is a classic, tented, mobile camp...