Ronjo Tented Camp

Ronjo Tented Camp is situated in the central Serengeti area during December to March. This mobile camp is generally set away from the busiest areas, ensuring easy access to the very best game viewing for its guests.

It is a simple, fairly basic camp of just 12 tents. Each tent has private facilities, locally made, traditional furniture and safari chairs set on a terrace.

The mess tent at Ronjo Tented Camp serves wholesome meals and has a campfire around which guests enjoy a drink following an exciting day’s safari.

There is plenty to see and do in this area. In the heart of the national park, just to the north of the short-grass plains is the Seronera area. It is here that Myles Turner the first National Park Warden of the Serengeti made his home in the 1950’s. It is also home to the Frankfurt Zoological Society and a number of other NGO’s.

Seronera’s resident game is phenomenal, with high densities of relaxed leopards, cheetah and lion. These live off the resident herbivores, as well as the migrating game.

Ronjo is an excellent camp for those who wish to get close to the game and wildlife.

For further details of Ronjo Tented Camp, or to book your stay, contact Christine MacDougall ku.oc.ainaznat2og@sirhc


  1. Kathy and Jamie


    Ronjo camp was brilliant – such an experience getting used to the various animal noises at night! We were the only guests at this camp, so again, we didn’t get the full bush camp atmosphere. That said, we had the opportunity to talk more to the camp staff. The camp facilities were great, with a comfortable central area for relaxation. The tent was well equipped, with bathroom facilities beyond expectations. The shower was great. Food was excellent. Staff were warm and attentive. There were plenty of animals in the area. It was wonderful!! Could definitely have done with more than 1 night at Ronjo.

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