The Serengeti Safari Camp makes use of a traditional mobile tented camp on a shared-use basis, periodically moving location within the Serengeti according to Migration game movements and weather conditions. Although the camp will NOT move during your actual stay, the chances of being within reach of the wildebeest migration, which is one of the principle goals of any visit to the Serengeti, are greatly enhanced by this mobility.
During December-April the camp is located in the southern Serengeti, near the Ndutu woodlands. In May-June it is in the western corridor and from July-November
the camp is in the northern Serengeti.
The camp has up to twelve guests staying at anyone time in its six luxury tents with en suite bathrooms. The focus of the camp is a large dining tent with
a shaded 'sitting out' area. As well as a fully-stocked complimentary bar, there is a small reference library of African books and a variety of games.
There is a campfire every evening, around which guests can share the day’s adventures with like-minded souls.