Serengeti Safari Camp has just 6 open-plan, walk-in meru tents, with an en-suite bathroom at the rear. Bathrooms are equipped with new eco-flush toilets, safari-style bucket showers and hot and cold water on demand. A dressing area separates the beds from the bathroom area.
There is a separate dining tent which sits in the middle of the camp. A fireplace is set in front of this and a separate lounge/ library/bar tent is located nearby.
Activities at Serengeti Safari Camp consist of morning and afternoon game drives or you can leave camp at dawn with a picnic lunch, and return at last light. Game drives take place in closed 4WD vehicles (with open-roof hatches) with an experienced Nomad Guide.
This part of the Serengeti offers great birding, the opportunity to see the great wildebeest and zebra migration, large herds of plains game and the highest concentrate of predators in Africa.