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SERENGETI PIONEER CAMP

Located in the southern center of the Serengeti, Pioneer Camp is the latest addition to the Elewana portfolio and is a superb option for those that would like a little more luxury while still experiencing a luxury tented camp. Featuring some of the best views we have ever seen, this is ideal for those heading to the Serengeti in the window between March and June and from November until January. Definitely one of the safari top picks. Located just around the corner from the equally good Dunia Camp, Serengeti Pioneer Camp nestles up against a rocky outcrop of Nyareboro Hill and looks out across the expanse of the central Serengeti. This region is within an hour’s drive of the main game area of the Seronera but is on the end of a game loop and, as such, enjoys complete privacy from the madding crowds as well. With great game in the area around camp, this is definitely how we like our safari camps. The main areas of the property, as with many Elewana properties, have been designed to make the most of what must be one of the best views in Africa at the moment…looking out to the savannah’s horizon. The vast and spacious tents are then dotted along the hillside with varying levels of elevation or involvement in the bush. The camp consists of twelve en-suite tents all complete with flushing toilets and hot showers. The tents are all traditionally furnished with throw carpets, desks and queen beds. There is also a larger family tent available which encompasses two bedrooms which is perfect for families with younger children. Children over the age of 7 are welcome at Serengeti Pioneer Camp. However, it should be noted that children need to be supervised at all time as the camp is unfenced and wildlife can approach the camp at any time.

SERENGETI MIGRATION CAMP

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. Hidden among the rocky outcrops Serengeti Migration Camp is located at the starting point of the Migration. Comprising of 20 luxurious elevated tents, each with spacious and richly furnished bedrooms, Serengeti Migration Camp blends seamlessly into the environment. Each of the tents is surrounded by its own 360-degree verandah deck, which in turn creates your very own private sanctuary to enjoy the constant game sightings and the ever-present sounds of the bush. The main 'tent' has a split-level lounge, a swimming pool, restaurant and viewing platforms that offer views across the river and the rugged landscape beyond. But it is the drama and proximity of the wild, which takes the experience of this camp to an altogether higher level. Whether it is walking safaris with experienced and highly knowledgeable guides or the sensation of being as close to nature’s daily fight for survival, the sensory feast that accompanies any visit to Serengeti Migration Camp will no doubt rival anything experienced before.

SERENGETI SERENA LODGE

Serengeti Serena Safari Lodge is an award-winning gem of a hotel in one of the most beautiful settings in Tanzania. Seamlessly blended high into an acacia-lined ridge, our African-style lodge and infinity pool offer panoramic views across the Serengeti’s vast, endless grasslands, where lions and cheetahs stalk their prey and massive migrating wildebeest herds darken the landscape in a relentless search for fresh grazing grounds. In keeping with its commitment to preserving the essence of our surroundings, Serengeti Serena Safari Lodge has been designed to blend seamlessly into the landscape of acacia groves and sparkling streams. Its 65 guest rooms and one suite are housed in clusters of traditional domed “rondavels” arranged around the lodge’s stunning infinity pool. Set high on a hill with the rolling plains below forming a natural amphitheater, your room offers a ringside seat for the greatest show on earth, the annual migration of the wildebeest. Decorated in warm earth tones punctuated by pops of brightly colored fabrics and ornate Restaurant and dining experiences are as impressive as their majestic surroundings. Breakfast and lunch are presented in buffet-style and feature a wide range of international choices. In typical safari style, they offer a full English breakfast as well as European options while our lunch menus will typically include meat, poultry, fish and vegetarian options. Our table d'hôte dinner menus feature a salad buffet, soup, entrée, pudding, cheese and biscuits as well as tea or coffee. Vegetarian options are always available. The majority of our meat and dairy products, as well as fruits and vegetables, are sourced from the communities that surround the reserve.

OLAKIRA CAMP (NORTH)

Immerse yourself in the Great Migration at Olakira Migration Camp. You’ll feel the earth vibrate during winter crossings of the brave wildebeest as they face the mighty rivers in the north, or be moved by the mass summer calving on the South’s grassy plains.Olakira follows the massive herds of wildebeest to two spectacular locations in the north and south of the Serengeti National Park. Home from December to March is the southern Serengeti, where herds of wildebeest calve simultaneously and the plains throng with new life. As the dry days of winter arrive, Olakira relocates north to the confluence of the Mara and Bolongonja rivers for spectacular game viewing at the Mara River itself and around the Lamai Wedge.The Olakira camp provides 8 charming, comfortable tents, and pleasant common areas. This camp follows the migratory movements and is set in two different locations: From June to November, the Olakira camp is set in the north-western part of the Serengeti, towards the Bologonja region. Its proximity to the river Mara allows the sighting of numerous groups of zebras and buffaloes crossing it (during the Great Migration towards the Maasai-Mara). From December to Mars, the camp is installed in the South of the Serengeti, near the border with the Ngorongoro conservation area. The Olakira camp offers exceptional safari conditions while following the Great Migration, complying with high quality standards.

SERENGETI MARA CAMP (NORTH)

Serengeti North Wilderness Camp is a ‘seasonal’ camp located in the north of the Serengeti National Park, a short distance from the banks of the Mara River. Seasonal camps have the benefit of being able to move to some of the best game viewing areas of the park, and works under strict guidelines with the camp being truly eco-friendly. Comprising of just ten spacious tents, they provide comfortable beds and quality linen, with en suite flushing toilet and ‘bush shower’. Lighting is by 12-volt (solar powered) with bedside lamps provided. The tents each have a shady verandah. Evenings offer a typical safari campfire around which our guests enjoy sundowners and snacks, and relive the day’s experiences. Separately positioned is a dining tent and a separate lounge tent with comfortable chairs and a choice of board games and books to enjoy during rest periods between game drives. In the evenings, guests can sit around the fire with a sundowner, the perfect opportunity to recount your safari highlights of the day.

SERENGETI BUSHTOPS, SERENGETI TZ

A Tanzanian haven for serious safari seekers, Serengeti Bush tops is an oasis of 5-star luxury within one of the world’s most magical settings. Picture yourself gazing out over the stunning scenery of the Serengeti. Imagine returning from safari and watching the sunset from the comfort of your tent’s private hot tub. Consider the thrill of watching the annual migration thunder across the mighty Mara River or simply revel in the thought of being pampered by your butler and our friendly staff, before enjoying our fabulous cooking and fine wines in the comfort of our restaurant and shared spaces. This combination of safari adventure, first class facilities and blissful relaxation has delivered Serengeti Bush tops’ unwavering promise of Wild Luxury. Bush tops tents are simply extraordinary. Each boasts a hundred and twenty square meters of luxurious living space, providing ample room to wander at leisure, sink into a deck lounger, soak in your private hot tub or gaze out at passing wildlife Solar power and a generator back up ensure constant electricity is on tap within your tent and across the camp. Due to our location, cellphone and Wi-Fi signals come and go, but you can always stay connected. Many prefer not to – and we ask all our guests to keep their phones on silent, to keep the world at bay! Inside each tent, beautiful interiors have been designed in a modern African style. As you sprawl across your large double or twin bed, you can scan distant horizons from a position of unalloyed comfort.

ROVING BUSHTOPS, CENTRAL TZ

Roving Bush tops is based in the central Serengeti, which is known for its abundant wildlife and fabulous viewing throughout the year. Some camps are set in magnificent surroundings but fixed: others offer game viewing on the move, at the expense of five star facilities. As its name implies, Roving Bush tops offers the best of both worlds. The camp sits proudly in the heart of the Central Serengeti, in the Seronera valley. Not only does our superb location provide exceptional year-round game viewing for our guests, the migration comes to us in November/December and then again in March/April, when the wildebeest, zebra and attendant predators return. In between (January and February) the migration remains in reach, visited during our full day game drives. The camp itself is semi-permanent, which means that although it is able to move from one location to another, we will only do so if changing wildlife patterns or park regulations dictate a better place to be. It is hard to imagine where that might be: we have been hugely fortunate to be granted our current magnificent home. Because Roving Bush tops is not fenced off, we enjoy direct access to wildlife and the Bush. Of course, this means taking particular care. Our guests are asked to stay vigilant at all times, being escorted by local security staff when moving between tents in the early mornings, evenings and night. Despite being in the heart of the Serengeti, we are easy to reach. Regular flights to our local Seronera airstrip leave from Nairobi (JKIA or Wilson), Kogatende, Lake Manyara, Arusha, Kilimanjaro, Dar es Salaam and Zanzibar. Guests stay in six luxury tents, featuring king-size beds and 24-hour butler service. During the day, the tent walls can be opened on three sides, enabling panoramic views of the surrounding bush. The lodge service includes all drinks, complimentary massages, private game drive vehicles, and Wi-Fi. Dinner is served in a spacious dining tent where you can select from a sophisticated menu in a haven of contemporary luxury. Alternatively, you can dine in the privacy of your tent. Daily game drives are led by expert rangers, supported by keen-eyed local spotters.

MBALAGETI, SERENGETI & H0TEL TILAPIA IN MWANZA

Mbalageti Serengeti is located in the Western corridor of the Serengeti National Park, the largest and most famous national park in Tanzania. One of the main attractions is the annual migration of the wildebeests and its large number of lions, cheetahs and herds of giraffes and zebras. With its unparalleled opportunities for wildlife viewing and seeing Africa at its most untamed, the Serengeti National Park offers a synchrony of beauty and nature as no other place. Mbalageti Serengeti is located in the western corridor of the Serengeti National Park, Tanzania. The Lodge offers a breathtaking 360-dgree panorama view of the Serengeti Plain lands and the Mbalageti River, where one of the main attractions is the annual migration of wildebeest and zebra. Mbalageti is actually the word from old Maasai language. It means wildebeest, but the word is no longer in use; today Mbalageti refers to the seasonal river. Mbalageti has 43 rooms, all of which have electric fans, electronic safes, hairdryers and en-suite bathrooms. Rooms consist: 14 standard lodge rooms are all built together, and relatively small, but are ideal for travellers trying to keep to a modest budget, 24 luxury tented chalets are all individually built – partially from stone and partially canvas, 5 executive suites each with two separate bedrooms, each with a separate en-suite bathroom, and their own lounge/dining room and a huge outside deck with great views. These suites are the most costly room category at Mbalageti and they are the only rooms that have TV’s and minibars. There is a restaurant, bar and pool are situated in a separate building, on the edge of the hill, with 360-degree panoramic views of the Serengeti.

MBALAGETI, SERENGETI 

Mbalageti Serengeti is located in the Western corridor of the Serengeti National Park, the largest and most famous national park in Tanzania. One of the main attractions is the annual migration of the wildebeests and its large number of lions, cheetahs and herds of giraffes and zebras. With its unparalleled opportunities for wildlife viewing and seeing Africa at its most untamed, the Serengeti National Park offers a synchrony of beauty and nature as no other place. Mbalageti Serengeti is located in the western corridor of the Serengeti National Park, Tanzania. The Lodge offers a breathtaking 360-dgree panorama view of the Serengeti Plain lands and the Mbalageti River, where one of the main attractions is the annual migration of wildebeest and zebra. Mbalageti is actually the word from old Maasai language. It means wildebeest, but the word is no longer in use; today Mbalageti refers to the seasonal river. Mbalageti has 43 rooms, all of which have electric fans, electronic safes, hairdryers and en-suite bathrooms. Rooms consist: 14 standard lodge rooms are all built together, and relatively small, but are ideal for travellers trying to keep to a modest budget, 24 luxury tented chalets are all individually built – partially from stone and partially canvas, 5 executive suites each with two separate bedrooms, each with a separate en-suite bathroom, and their own lounge/dining room and a huge outside deck with great views. These suites are the most costly room category at Mbalageti and they are the only rooms that have TV’s and minibars. There is a restaurant, bar and pool are situated in a separate building, on the edge of the hill, with 360-degree panoramic views of the Serengeti.

LOBO WILDLIFE LODGE

Romantic, Remote, and Wild: That is Lobo Wildlife Lodge, located in the North of Serengeti National Park, the most spectacular scenario of wildlife in its pure essence. Lobo Wildlife Lodge is a dream of romanticism in its remote location, strategically built into an enormous volcanic rocky outcrop. It is the largest lodge on the migration route where its elevated position means that the migration can be viewed from the comfort of a sun lounger. You can watch and witness the migration even from the pool. It is the first lodge on the way from Kenya to Tanzania, only 28 km from the Maasai Mara. Lobo Wildlife Lodge invites you to an unforgettable safari experience from its privileged location, unrivalled by any other both for game viewing and scenery. A waterhole below the Lodge attracts a variety of wildlife during the day and is lit each evening, revealing an interesting array of nocturnal animals, providing a close encounter with the very authentic wildlife. All the Lodge’s 75 elegant guestrooms afford superb views of this unbelievable natural phenomenon, and the sumptuous swimming pool is situated on the very edge of the rock, offering uninterrupted views of the horizon. Elegantly decorated in authentic traditional African style, the rooms are fully equipped with ensuite bathrooms that have shower attachments and bathtubs. King–size beds are provided and the rooms have mosquito nets over the air vents. Some of the 75 rooms have twin beds; others are double rooms with King-size beds. Interconnecting family rooms are also available. Moreover, there is one junior suite and two Presidential suites, where important world-renowned personalities have enjoyed the magical experience of wildlife in this privileged setting.

SERONERA WILDLIFE LODGE

Seronera is one of the most important spots of Serengeti National Park, where you can witness an actual kill in the flesh. This area is in the heart of the Serengeti, where all game drives, balloon safaris, and catching planes take place. Seronera Wildlife Lodge is located on the migratory route, and it provides front-seat viewing of this extraordinary natural phenomenon. Seronera Wildlife Lodge is artfully constructed around a rocky outcrop from glass and wood elements, perfectly blending into its surrounding; next to the lodge, several waterholes attract, day and night, the most amazing animals, providing a unique opportunity for a close encounter with the Big Five. Seronera Lodge is only 5 minutes from the departing point of the hot air balloon safaris, which offer a thrilling bird's-eye wildlife perspective of the vast plains of The Serengeti. From its privileged location, the Seronera's 75 rooms afford stunning views of over a million wildebeest as they migrate from Kenya to Lake Victoria to escape the drought. Seronera Wildlife Lodge has 75 spacious guestrooms, all of them affording stunning views over the Serengeti plains. Elegantly decorated in authentic African style, the modern rooms offer King-size beds and are fully equipped with ensuite bathrooms, central heating and a host of luxury amenities. The rooms' air vents also have mosquito nets placed over them.
Among the 75 rooms, Seronera Wildlife Lodge offers twin rooms (with twin beds), double rooms (King–size bed), two Presidential suites and one junior suite. Other facilities include: The Chui Restaurant, The Pang indoor bar The Ikoma Sundowner outdoor bar.

SERENGETI SOPA LODGE

The 73-room Serengeti Sopa Lodge, located in the south-western section of Tanzania's Serengeti National Park, is spread out along the top of a hill with views across the Serengeti plains. It is one of the larger lodges in the Serengeti, and is frequently busy with big tour groups.
Serengeti Sopa Lodge is part of the Sopa chain, which also includes the Ngorongoro Sopa Lodge and Tarangire Sopa Lodge. Large yet fairly personal, it is accessed up a steep, rocky track in a bushy part of the Serengeti National Park. There are 69 standard rooms and 4 suites at the lodge. All are located in two wings on either side of the main area, and accessed from long, open corridors. The main bar features a terracotta cement floor, different hues of earth-colored walls and upholstered wrought-iron chairs and tables. There are large windows on three sides, maximizing the fantastic views beyond, and a shady terrace has more tables and chairs. The dining room has a long buffet area to one side, where most meals are served. The hotel has good wheelchair access throughout. In front of the lawn, a large swimming pool, surrounded by cream-colored sun loungers and sunshades, is overlooked by a sizeable and well-stocked pool bar. The lodge also has a small gym (with cross-trainer, bench press and step machine, and great views to gaze on as you sweat), a TV room and a curio shop.

IKOMA SAFARI CAMP

Ikoma Safari Camp is a permanent tented camp in the Serengeti Ikoma region in Tanzania. The Camp is located on the main wildebeest migration route between the Serengeti and the Maasai Mara. It is raised up on the side of an impressive bush with broad scattered acacia trees in the endless savannah. The migration seasons at camp are centered on June to October when the herds pass through the area. Game-viewing from the breakfast terrace can be superb. Additionally there is good resident game throughout the year, especially zebras, wildebeest, impalas, giraffes and elephants. The camp is environment friendly; it is run by solar energy.  The camp consists of 8 luxury cottages 3 of them double and 5 that can afford from 1-4 guests spread out to ensure privacy and exclusivity. Each has full en-suite bathroom and a private veranda from which you can enjoy the panoramic views of the nature. The camp restaurant offers cuisine with both local and international influences and serves themed lived cooked dinners, al la carte lunches and breakfast buffet.   All meals are served under the vaulted ceiling of the open-aired dining room, providing great views of the landscape below. The cuisine is international, using fresh local ingredients and a hint of African spices. Children can be catered for with early mealtimes, and we are happy to accommodate special dietary requirements. Lunches are typically served buffet style, with a varying selection of soups, salads, and hot and cold dishes…and an assortment of delicious deserts. Dinner is a 3-course meal served at your table. There is always plenty to eat and enough variety to ensure there is something to suit all tastes.

KIRURUMU SERENGETI CAMP

Kirurumu Serengeti Camp is a luxury mobile camp, moved seasonally to take best advantage of the vast Serengeti. The camp is used as a base, a spring board for an early morning game drive, a break for a sumptuous lunch, a respite from the heat of the day and the finale to a day’s adventure where stories can be swapped around a fire. As a small and intimate camp the staff are on hand just to look after a very limited number of guests and so the level of attention and service is always excellent.  The camp moves to the scenically and outstandingly beautiful Moru Kopjes in June. Moru is the unique location for the Serengeti Rhino project and also by virtue of permanent water in the area boasts a large population of Lion with densities approaching the Seronera area but unlike Seronera the area is not congested and it is much more remote and private. The resident game is plentiful and is the reason the Lion population is high. The migration may or may not move through the area in June and the pattern of the migration is very difficult to determine in advance being subject to weather patterns and availability of water for the large herds. From late December to the end of March, the camp moves to the Ndutu area of the Ngorongoro Conservation Area.

NDUTU SAFARI LODGE (SOUTHERN)

Ndutu Safari Lodge is situated in the Ngorongoro Conservation Area in the southern Serengeti eco-system. The Lodge nestles unobtrusively under a canopy of giant acacias with views towards Lake Ndutu. The lodge offers a superb base in which to explore the range of habitats that lie within easy reach. Swamps, woodland, soda lakes and the world famous Serengeti short grass plains make Ndutu Safari Lodge one of the best places to watch wildlife. Ndutu Safari Lodge consists of 34 stone cottages that extend from the central, open-sided bar, lounge and dining room. Each room has its own verandah that faces Lake Ndutu. All rooms have en-suite facilities. The cottages are made from local materials and offer comfortable accommodation. Breakfast is a buffet of fresh fruits and cereals, and an English cooked breakfast is made to order. Boxed picnic breakfasts cab be ordered for those that want to be out and about early. All rooms have electric lights; there are also torches and small solar lights in the rooms for use when the generator has been switched off at night. There are no fences around Ndutu Safari Lodge and wild animals wander through at all hours of day and night. Guests, for their own safety, are requested to stay within the lodge grounds. During the evening, guards are on duty and are on hand to escort guests back to their rooms. There is also Wi-Fi and a well-stocked gift shop at the lodge selling a wide range of curios. Ndutu all-weather airstrip is one kilometer away from the lodge. Approximate flying time from Arusha Airport to Ndutu is 50 minutes. For the lodge guests, free transport is available to and from the airstrip.

SERENGETI WILDERNESS CAMP (CENTRAL)

Ndutu Safari Lodge is situated in the Ngorongoro Conservation Area in the southern Serengeti eco-system. The Lodge nestles unobtrusively under a canopy of giant acacias with views towards Lake Ndutu. The lodge offers a superb base in which to explore the range of habitats that lie within easy reach. Swamps, woodland, soda lakes and the world famous Serengeti short grass plains make Ndutu Safari Lodge one of the best places to watch wildlife. Ndutu Safari Lodge consists of 34 stone cottages that extend from the central, open-sided bar, lounge and dining room. Each room has its own verandah that faces Lake Ndutu. All rooms have en-suite facilities. The cottages are made from local materials and offer comfortable accommodation. Breakfast is a buffet of fresh fruits and cereals, and an English cooked breakfast is made to order. Boxed picnic breakfasts cab be ordered for those that want to be out and about early. All rooms have electric lights; there are also torches and small solar lights in the rooms for use when the generator has been switched off at night. There are no fences around Ndutu Safari Lodge and wild animals wander through at all hours of day and night. Guests, for their own safety, are requested to stay within the lodge grounds. During the evening, guards are on duty and are on hand to escort guests back to their rooms. There is also Wi-Fi and a well-stocked gift shop at the lodge selling a wide range of curios. Ndutu all-weather airstrip is one kilometer away from the lodge. Approximate flying time from Arusha Airport to Ndutu is 50 minutes. For the lodge guests, free transport is available to and from the airstrip.

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