Lemala Kuria Hills is a new permanent tented camp in the Northern Serengeti and the ancestral home of the Kuria tribe. Built in a secluded valley with fig and sausage trees and punctuated by large boulders known as “kopjes”, the area is ideal for witnessing the migration of the wildebeest as well as other big game. The camp features ten luxury tents that highlight the epic views and ensure privacy with a raised deck, plunge pool and indoor-outdoor shower. The lounge has been erected on top of the largest of the kopjes and has private dining areas, lounge with log fires and a stunning bar with the best view of the Serengeti. The main lounge is connected to the swimming pool, spa area, and deck for barbeques and sundowners.
The area is only 30 minutes from the Mara River and Lamai triangle yet completely private. Game drives, walks, bush meals, sundowners and cultural opportunities with the Kuria tribe are offered.