Nomad Serengeti Safari Camp

Nomad Safari Camp is a traditional safari bush camp. The comforts and level of food and service turn this safari camp into a more luxurious experience without being pretentious. Nomad were one of the first companies to introduce the concept of mobile tented camps. Their aim, to be in the best possible location to view the migration in Serengeti and they do this incredibly well. It is the ideal camp in which to enjoy a Serengeti Safari.

This small but perfectly formed safari camp makes its own migration through the Serengeti, every few months it moves to coincide with the herds of wildebeest as they make their journey through Serengeti.

Nomad Serengeti Safari Camp has 6 large walk-in Meru tents.

Each tent is a suitable distance from its neighbour to ensure privacy. Each room as a large comfortable double bed. Twins are available as well.

Each guest tent has , has a dressing area and an ensuite bathroom at the rear, consisting of safari style bucket shower and eco friendly toilet, as well as jugs of hot and cold water delivered to your tent as and when required by you.

Serengeti Nomad Camp is reminiscent of days gone by an Africa we once knew far from the crowds, with a colonial feel to it. Sofa’s and directors chairs are dotted about the lounge tent, with occasional tables to the side and discrete lighting.

You are hosted by your personal guide, who ensures your requests are met. Meals are excellent at Serengeti Safari Camp and most dietary requests can be catered for.

Camp Location:

December – April – Short grass plains of Serengeti
May – July – Western Corridor
July – November Northern Serengeti


  1. Richard and Kathy


    Everything about the camp was wonderful – the service, friendly staff, food, accommodation (including bucket shower) and especially of course the location (listening to lions roaring in the night and having zebras and wildebeest right outside the door). Sitting round the camp fire and eating at one table with the other guests added to the fun.

    One thing that’s worth noting and warning your other clients about is that it can get really cold in the evenings when eating in the main tent and although we’d taken light fleeces, this was not really enough. The hot water bottles in the bed and warm duvet were very welcome.

  2. Paul and Anthea


    Accommodation was outstanding for a tent in a moving camp. Location beautiful. Animals all around us. Timings very well managed by Joseph. Game drives excellent. In camp food very good, even baked gluten free food for Paul. Only criticism was their packed lunches which were quite sparse. All staff friendly and helpful, especially when unwell for a short time.
    Loved the hot water bottles in our bed at night!

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