Serengeti under Canvas: 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.
|No. of rooms||8|
Main description of Serengeti under Canvas
Serengeti under Canvas: Facilities
|Property facilities||Meal on Request|
|Room facilities||En-Suite, Outside Shower, Verandah, Complementary Wi-Fi, Dressing Gowns, Internet, Mini Bar|
|Available services||Credit Card, Laundry Service|
|Activities on site||(some activities may be seasonal) Bird Watching, Game Drives, Game Viewing, Big 5, Child Friendly Activities, Cultural Tours, Hot-air Ballooning, Safaris|
Room types at Serengeti under Canvas
The spacious safari tents at Serengeti Under Canvas, each with a double bed, ensuite bathroom and separate w.c, as well as his and hers al fresco bucket showers, lend themselves to excellent family adventures. Each family tent can cater for a family of two adults and two children, between the ages of six to 12. A private safari vehicle is at your disposal when booking your family holiday at andBeyond Serengeti Under Canvas.
Serengeti Under Canvas features nine spacious safari tents, each with a double bed, ensuite bathroom, separate w.c and al fresco bucket shower. Redolent of classic safari style, custom-made Indian rugs, crisp linens, sparkling crystal and polished brass lend flair to the simplicity of camping.
Activities at Serengeti under Canvas
At andBeyond Serengeti Under Canvas game drives are tailored to suit your preference, with a choice between shorter, twice-daily drives or one long all-day game drive with a stop for a picnic lunch. The annual movements of the camps are carefully planned to anticipate the progress of the Great Migration, so you should not have to travel too far to see the vast herds. However, if the Migration has moved off or the dramatic river crossings are in progress, you may choose to spend more time on the vehicle in order to maximise your chances of seeing this incredible phenomenon. When the Migration herds are not within easy reach, the camps remain in some of the most remote and beautiful corners of the Serengeti, with game drives setting off in search of the exceptional resident game. This will allow for some magnificent, private game viewing, while there may be significantly more vehicles present during the Migration months, particularly at river crossings. As you may be spending most of the day on the move, our safari vehicles are closed, with roll-down canvas windows and pop-top roofs. Game drives are conducted in the Serengeti National Park, so off-roading and night drives are not permitted.
Hot Air Ballooning
View the Serengeti from above with this truly spectacular Hot Air Ballooning experience. Marvel at the views and wildlife from above as you enjoy this experience of a lifetime that will truly be with you forever. It is a rare and precious adventure never to be forgotten.
Only when in the Seronera / Ndutu / Grumeti / Kogatende regions.
Excluding any applicable park fees.
Additional costs apply.
Lake Victoria Full Day Trip
This full-day trip to the shores of Lake Victoria promises a combination of wildlife adventures, sightseeing, fishing thrills and cultural insight. A morning game drives through the Serengeti takes guests to the park gate. From here, it is a 20-minute drive to the lake shore, with the option to stop and learn about the work of the &Beyond Foundation at Lukungu Primary School. On arrival at Lake Victoria, guests can choose to set off on a fishing safari excursion in a traditional canoe, pay a visit to the traditional doctor, clap along to the rhythm as the villagers perform a local dance or simply admire the magnificent landscapes. A picnic lunch is served on the lake shore before guests set off on their return journey. Minimum of 2 guests and minimum one months notice required. (Only when in the Grumeti region)
Additional costs apply.
Olduvai Gorge & Shifting Sands Tour
Explore the breathtaking surrounds of the archaeological site of Olduvai Gorge, the cradle of mankind, best known as home of the earliest remains of homo sapiens, discovered by Mary Leaky. Move on to crescent-shaped volcanic ash dunes knows as Shifting Sands, which slowly creep across the desert floor in response to prevailing winds.
Please note that a private vehicle must be booked for this adventure. (Only when in the Ndutu region)
Additional costs apply