Buffalo Luxury Camp

Buffalo Luxury Camp is located on its own 60 acre private hillside site, 5 kilometres from Kleins Gate just outside the Serengeti National Park.

The accommodation at Buffalo Luxury Camp consists of 15 ‘Suite’ Tents and 5 ‘Chalet’ Tents, all of which are supplied with electricity, have flush toilets and constant hot and cold running water. All tents enjoy stunning views of the Serengeti National Park and its environs.

The split-level Suite Tents measure 60 square metres (or 600 square feet) each and include a veranda, comfortable lounge area, bedroom area and bathroom.

The Chalet Tents, which are also generously proportioned, include a veranda, comfortable seating area, bedroom area, dressing area and a shower room.

The decorative theme in all accommodation tents is distinctly Maasai in design as befits a property which is located in Maasai-land.

The main camp building is built on three levels to include a lounge area, a separate lounge bar and a fine dining room. The main terrace enjoys magnificent views over the surrounding landscape to include the Serengeti National Park.

Buffalo Luxury Camp provides much more than luxurious accommodation beside the Serengeti National Park. It supplies guests with experiences which are not commonly found on the Tanzanian Northern Safari circuit.

These include off road game drives which allow you to get closer to the wildlife you wish to see and night game drives which enable you also to view the nocturnal animals which you would not otherwise come across on Safari.

For our more adventurous guests, “game walks” and “nature walks” can be arranged which are guided by Maasai trackers and accompanied by an armed Ranger so as to keep you from any possible harm.

Visits are organised to the local Maasai village where you can learn about the traditional culture and beliefs of these very proud people.

And last, but not least, sundowners followed by bush dinners are organised under the brightly starlit African night sky.


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