- Serengeti game drives and walking safaris
- Optional hot air balloon safaris over the Serengeti
- Wildlife and birdlife photography opportunities
- Picnic breakfast with champagne
- Stunning viewing platforms at the camp
- A fantastic wildlife spectacle, the Great Migration
- Lodge type; Tented Safari Camp
- Location; Serengeti National Park
- Lodge size; 20 Tented Suites
- Recommended stay; 3-7 nights
Experience The Great Serengeti Migration From This Tented Safari Camp On The Grumeti River
Serengeti Migration Camp is hidden among the rocky outcrops or 'kopies', that exude a decadence reminiscent of old Africa. Set in absolute isolation among the wide flat rocks and spreading acacia trees above a northern branch of the Grumeti River.
Situated in the Serengeti National Park, which is internationally renowned for the greatest wildlife spectacles on the planet, all of this combined with the lowest concentration of game lodges.
The accommodation at Migration Camp is made up of just 20 tented safari suites, which all have large bedrooms, en-suite bathrooms, a separate dressing room and a private veranda.
A number of game viewing and safari activities are on offer, including game drives, walking safaris, bush dinners and picnics. A highlight for many is a champagne breakfast picnic served in the bush.
Bird-watching is also excellent, with over 500 species of bird having been recorded in the area.
As the name suggests, Migration Camp is ideally located for those wishing to experience the great migration. The huge animal migration herds of wildebeest and zebra move through the area from around June to September, with the camp situated in the path of their journey.
It is here at Serengeti Migration Camp that one will find your very own sanctuary in Africa.
Each of the tented rooms and suites at Serengeti Migration Camp offers guests a unique and comfortable experience.
All tented safari suites are outfitted with soft furnishings, a writing desk, and a room fan, as well as an en-suite bathroom with a flushing toilet, shower, and twin vanity basin.
Hot water is available around the clock, thanks to solar energy.
It is from one's private verandah that one gets to take in all that surrounds, the wildlife, the birdlife and the scenery.
All tented suites face the sunset and are linked with the main lodge by raised wooden walkways.
The dining experience at Serengeti Migration Camp is as diverse as the surrounding landscape with numerous options available;
- Dining at the main lodge area with views out over the Serengeti
- Camp-fire dining in a remote bushveld setting
- Private and intimate dining options on your own private verandah
- Bush luncheons whilst out on safari
- Picnic breakfasts with champagne
A premium selection of wines, beers and whiskey and cognacs is available either around the table or on the main lodge deck.
The cuisine is of the highest international standards and certainly will not disappoint.
Serengeti Migration Camp offers a range of facilities for guests to enjoy, including a lounge for relaxing, a bar, and a swimming pool.
There is also a wooden viewing deck with stunning views over the surrounding Serengeti plains and hills, which is the perfect spot for enjoying African sunsets.
The camp also has free Wi-Fi in the main lounge and central guest area.
Guests can also find locally crafted souvenirs at the gift shop.
Day-long game drives are a must in the Serengeti National Park or choose the short morning and afternoon options; the choice is yours. Highly recommended is the champagne picnic breakfast and/ or the picnic lunch when doing the one the game drives; this is what a safari in Africa is supposed to be like.
A timeless and inimitable Serengeti Balloon Safari, this is the game viewing experience of a lifetime and another must-do.
Serengeti Migration Camp welcomes families with children of all ages. However, it must be noted that there are no dedicated family units or child facilities for younger children.
Serengeti Migration Camp by the Elewena Collection is the perfect destination (the Northern Serengeti) for those who want to experience the very best of African wildlife.
With just 20 tented suites, guests can enjoy uninterrupted views of the wildlife and scenery from their private verandah.
Camp facilities include a lounge, bar, swimming pool, and viewing deck - perfect for watching African sunsets.
Activities available include game drives, walking safaris, hot air balloon excursions, bush dinners, bush lunches, and picnics. Let us not forget the annual wildebeest migration that passed close to camp.
So if you're looking for an amazing safari adventure in Africa, look no further than Serengeti Migration Camp!
From US$ 800.00 per person
Elewana Serengeti Migration Camp Rates
Per person per night sharing
Rates are in US Dollars
*Rates may vary according to season
- All meals and drinks
- Shared and scheduled game drives
- Guided walking safari
- Transfers to and from designated airstrips
- Service charge and VAT
- All flights
- All transfers other than includes
- Champagne, private cellar wines and spirits
- Items of a personal nature
- Travel insurance
- Optional safari activities
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