Serengeti Migration Camp is the embodiment of the ‘camp’ experience. Located next to the famous Grumeti River which is home to resident hippos that bark and wallow their days away, Serengeti Migration Camp has become synonymous with low-impact high-action game viewing in a landscape that is untouched since the dawn of time. The lush haven still preserves its access to the wilderness, having exceptional access to the herd movements seasonally and year-round. Gourmet cooking provides feasts like no other, as elegant medleys of spices and fresh produce hit all the right spots. When you’re not venturing out on the plains on game drives, make sure to take a sundowner drink and watch the plains for some very colorful performances.
Migration Camp Tents are designed with the guest’s comfort in mind. Each tent is richly furbished in wood and leather with an internal floor space of 45 square metres and a wrap-around verandah. They feature an en suite shower room with flushing toilet, shower and twin vanity basin, the latter of which receives hot (solar generated) and cold running water 24-hours a day. Tented rooms include luxuriant soft furnishings, a writing desk and stationery set and a room fan. The tents have a wooden floor, fixed bathroom walls, fixed wooden doors but all combine with the all-enveloping canvas.
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At Serengeti Migration Camp restaurant, you can enjoy elegant dining with inventive dishes using, wherever possible, locally sourced produce. Menus draw on international themes with a modern twist on classic dishes. Enjoy delicious food surrounded by the sights and sounds of the African bush. Whether it's dinner under a starlit sky or a hearty breakfast - bush dining is a magical experience.
To witness one of the greatest natural spectacles on earth is a privilege. To experience that spectacle in luxury and total isolation makes the experience unforgettable. Serengeti Migration Camp is in the northern reaches of the Serengeti National Park and a veritable pit stop for the millions of wildebeest and zebra that traipse past in June/July and October/November. The lodge is in a river valley overlooking the 'siringet'. Game viewing is high on the agenda here and the region is rife with lion and leopard and East Africa's plains game. You can explore this spectacular area on game drives in specially designed 4x4 vehicles and on bush walks conducted by armed, highly trained and knowledgeable guides. Between game viewing activities, you can take a refreshing dip in the pool. The split-level lounge, cigar bar, restaurant, sundecks and swimming pool are perched among the outcrops and overlook the vast and rugged landscape.