January through to March/April the whole area comes alive when the region welcomes the wildebeest migration.
You do not have to restrict yourself to only visiting between January to April, this part of the Serengeti is home to many resident species and the location is a welcome break between the Ngorongoro Highlands and the further reaches of Serengeti.
Olduvai Tented Camp has 16 walk in tents, each of which is built on a concrete base with a thatched roof. Each tents has twin or double beds the en suite facilities include flushing toilet hot and cold water shower.
It is a good base from which to explore the nearby Olduvai Gorge and to experience Maasai culture as well as enjoy the wildlife especially when the migration is on the short grass plains.
Despite having been upgraded considerably over the years, Olduvai Tented Camp remains essentially a bush camp with style. The idea is to provide a middle ground in which guests and Maasai can meet on equal terms, rather than some ultra-luxurious lodge which would cause the locals to retreat into themselves.
For more information, or to book your Olduvai experience, contact Christine MacDougall on
01524 242018 or ENQUIRE NOW.