Serengeti North Camp is open July to Nov and is focused on the river and clients are here during the traumatic and very intense drama of the river crossings. It is all about following the huge herds of one and a half million Wildebeest on their annual migration to the Mara. Serengeti South Camp is open Dec to April and the focus is more on the vast open plains traversed by great herds of Wildebeest as they seek out the rich grassland that will support the growth of their calves. Mid January to late February sees around 400,000 calves drop in a short period of time. Here you camp right on the edge of the southern plains in amongst the umbrella thorn that marks the plateau overlooking Lake Eyasi. The focus is a mix of incredible game sightings of huge herds unparalleled in what you may have seen in the Mara and Northern Serengeti, this is the area to appreciate the vastness of the herds and their movements.
Both the North and South Camps feature 8 traditional Meru tents with en suite bathrooms, flush loos and safari showers.
Dining includes picnic breakfasts, lunches, and bush dinners. Enjoy your meal while you watch the herds swarm the banks searching for a suitable crossing. It’s a photographers dream as they explode over the river. There is also a large dining tent.
Activities include exclusive use of specially prepared safari vehicles with private guides, walking safaris on request, fly camping, sundowners, bush baths, photographic workshops, and game drives.