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A mobile camp almost constantly on the move to get as close as possible to the migrating herds of wildebeest and zebra.

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Couples, Families (children over 8) and Honeymooners

The six lux Meru tents and spacious mess tent of Serengeti Safari Camp moves four to five times a year around the diverse ecosystem of Serengeti, with the aim of keeping in close contact with the migrating herds.

It is one of the last true mobile camps in the area to do, most camps favouring to move just twice a year between the north and the south.

As with all mobile camps the sites for the camps are pre-planned so there is never any guarantee of being amongst such an unpredictable event as the great migration, but by moving every few months Serengeti Safari Camp aims to maximise your chances.

As a guide, between December and April the camp is set up on the short grass plain of the southern Serengeti, before moving to the western corridor between May and early July. Mid-June to early November the camp heads into the northern Serengeti before moving south again in December to start the process again.  

Activities focus on vehicle safaris to search for the migration, either with the private guide that is accompanying around your northern Tanzanian safari or with a guide in camp for those guests who have flown into the Serengeti. Depending on the location of the camp hot air balloon flights may also be possible.

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The camp

Given that the camp has to be packed up and moved so often you might expect some sacrifice in comfort or quality, however that is certainly not the case and camp echoes a traditional bush camp with many stylish touches but without anything considered superfluous.

 Of the six open plan Meru tents there is one twin roomed family tent and Serengeti Safari Camp accepts children over the age of eight years old. Double or twin beds can be found facing the zipped front of the tent which can be opened almost completely allowing for fantastic views and wildlife watching. Coir mats, high quality linen and bespoke glassware is placed on responsible sourced wooden furniture and behind the bed is a dressing area and then then en-suite bathroom.

The spacious mess tent can be opened on all sides allowing for maximum air flow on those balmy Serengeti days and at one end there is a comfy lounge with lots of seating options and at the other a dining area, where meals are normally enjoyed communally.

Facilities

The open plan Meru tents have en-suite bathrooms and bucket style safari showers and hot water on demand.

Dining

Fresh and delicious meals are served either indoor or outdoor and often communally, there is a fully stocked bar and a wonderful fireplace for pre or post dinner drinks.

Why Wayfairer

The camp has been designed to reduce its footprint on the environment at every opportunity possible. This includes using environmentally conscious and locally sourced materials where possible within the construction of the camp as well as the traditional safari bucket shower, which provides just enough water for a hot shower. Even the toilets are eco flush which use 90% less water than traditional toilets.

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