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The Serengeti

Words cannot do justice to the vastness of the Serengeti, where you can see the earth’s curvature. Its fame comes from the dense population of animals and particularly the host of predators that stalk across the 14,800 square kilometres of grassy plains, which are broken only by small river valleys and rock kopjes.

For eight months of the year seemingly endless herds of over one million wildebeest, 200,000 zebra and 300,000 Thomson Gazelle’s swarm into the Serengeti, blanketing the plains. The extraordinary spectacle of the migration reaches its climax in February when wildebeest calving begins and both predators and scavengers reap their rewards. The western corridor, a narrow strip of dense vegetation, provides one of the biggest hurdles to the migration where, in search of fresh grass, they must cross the murky and crocodile infested Grumeti river en-route north to the Maasai Mara in Kenya

  • The Accommodation (12)

  • Dunia Camp

    In a region that’s incredibly rich in wildlife throughout the year, between the popular Moru Kopjes and on the periphery of the busy Seronera area, Dunia Camp has managed to create a remote retreat...

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  • Singita Mara River Tented Camp

    Singita Mara River Tented Camp is set on the banks of the world-renowned Mara River in the Lamai Triangle, the northern most tip of the Serengeti National Park, and is the perfect choice for couples or...

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  • Lamai Camp

    Probably the best located camp in the Serengeti system. Situated high up on the Kogakuria Kopjes with views out over the Mara River Valley and Lamai Wedge with some of the top safari guides around...

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  • Sayari Camp

    Sayari Camp is the perfect position to witness the Great Migration crossing the Mara River. It comes as no surprise that Sayari has been voted one of the World’s best safari escapes and is also one of...

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  • Singita Sabora Tented Camp

    Possibly the smartest tented camp in Tanzania! The curtains are silk, there are Persian carpets and even a clay tennis court!  Situated in the vast 350,000 acre private Grumeti Reserve it is one of 3...

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  • Singita Faru Faru Camp

    The vast 350,000 acre private Grumeti Reserve is the more contemporary of the 3 Singita properties in this area with views over a couple of popular waterholes and the acacia-dotted grassy plains.

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  • Singita Sasakwa Lodge

    Sasakwa Lodge in the vast 350,000 acre private Grumeti Reserve is one of the most luxurious lodges in Africa built in the style of a grand Edwardian Manor house. It is situated on the western side...

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  • Singita Serengeti House

    Singita Serengeti House in the vast 350,000 acre private Grumeti Reserve is one of the most exclusive private houses in Africa and perfect for those who value privacy and luxury in the African bush. 

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  • Namiri Plains Camp

    Tucked away in an unbelievably beautiful, remote corner of the eastern Serengeti, closed off to the public for twenty years, Namiri Plains Camp offers a deeper and more intense wildlife experience.

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  • Olakira Camp

    In true Nomadic fashion this intimate mobile tented camp moves twice a year to a new location, following the migration across the Serengeti plains.

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  • Ubuntu Camp

    Ubuntu Camp is a small, mobile tented Camp that moves seasonally to follow the Great Wildebeest Migration throughout the Serengeti National Park.

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  • Serengeti Safari Camp

    Serengeti Safari Camp was the first mobile safari camp in the Serengeti National Park and is still one of the best.

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