All our tents are custom made walk in tents using heavy duty canvas ensure a spacious ‘room’ complete with en-suite bathrooms. Tents are tastefully appointed with twin or double beds, crisp linen, warm blankets or duvets, bedside tables, wardrobes and luggage racks make your tent a true ‘home away from home’. Lighting is provided by solar power and your bathroom comes complete with a dressing table with fully plumbed washbasin, lavatory and showers – a new, and often surprising, interpretation of ‘camping’. Hot water is available throughout the day and evening and, like your laundry, morning tea or in fact your every need will be arranged by your Butler allowing for a refreshing wash, shower or maybe a shave on the verandah of your tent.
The spacious verandah in front of your room is furnished with comfortable safari chairs and tables – the perfect retreat for a relaxing moment watching a weaver bird building its nest in a nearby Acacia tree, a herd of impala grazing quietly only meters away, or simply relaxing and listening to the sounds of the African bush.
Ndutu, Serengeti Savannah
Ndutu is located well within the Ngorongoro Conservation Area but right on the door step of the vast Serengeti National Park, Lake Ndutu, and its smaller sister lake, Masek. The Ndutu Serengeti Savannah Camp is strategically located in the heart of the Ndutu migration area, just a stone throw away.
Mara River, Serengeti Savannah
The Serengeti Savannah Camp’s Mara River Camp is located around the Kogatende wildebeest migration area, a stone throw away from the Mara River where the crocodile infested river flows through Kenya and Tanzania in the continent of Africa, intersecting the migration path of wildebeest and other animals in the Serengeti-Masai
Seronera, Serengeti Savannah
The Seronera Camp by Serengeti Savannah Camp is located right in the heart of the vast and endless Serengeti plains, easily accessed via the Seronera airstrip. It is located in a small settlement within the Serengeti National Park. The Serengeti’s Seronera is another major host location for the Wildebeest migration,