Serengeti National Park

The one and only

Paul recommends you spend at least six nights camping in two locations for a visit to the Serengeti, at whatever time of year. Having the time to explore is the key, camping in more than one location is essential in such an enormous landscape. The Serengeti is the most famous wildlife area in the world. No other area offers such spectacle and diversity year round.

The Migration at Moru KopjesThe Migration at Moru Kopjes

Dawn view from campDawn view from camp

With unparalleled wildlife viewing, stunning scenery and many diverse areas in which to camp in private and explore off-road, this park is a must for first time safari goers and guests returning at a different time of year.

The Serengeti National Park is the centre of an ecosystem that supports the annual migration of wildebeest and other ungulates that number over 2 million. Thankfully only small packets of this great landscape are developed or have tourist facilities, and long may it stay that way!

Camping in comfortCamping in comfort

The dry season moves the herdsThe dry season moves the herds

Spend time and camp in style in two remote locations and your investments of time and money will be well rewarded. The pleasure of a visit to this magnificent park with a guide of knowledge and experience cannot be underestimated.

Watching CheetahWatching Cheetah

Elephant up close Elephant up close

Lake NdutuLake Ndutu

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