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Serengeti Migration Camp

Lodge 8.0 Rating
Price 551 527 503 503 437 370 503 551 551 551 551 503 527 GBP
Jan 7.0
Feb 7.0
Mar 6.5
Apr 5.5
May 7.5
Jun 8.0
Jul 7.0
Aug 7.0
Sep 7.0
Oct 7.0
Nov 8.0
Dec 7.0
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Serengeti Migration Camp
is located in the Northern Sector of the Serengeti in Northern Tanzania.

Serengeti Migration Camp is a high specification permanent lodge in a pleasantly remote position within striking distance of the Lobo area. Interestingly built into a kopje, pleasant lounge areas sit above a nice swimming pool, with a separate dining area and 20 comfortable guest tents. The lodge feels like a decent compromise between a camp and a lodge. This is a relatively lower traffic area with reasonably solid wildlife viewing year round and the main migration usually passing through Jun and Oct/Nov. It is also possible to drive north to the migration during Jul/Sep. Activities are centred on daytime vehicle safari, but there is also some modest walking safari around camp.

The main potential downsides at Serengeti Migration Camp that it is relatively expensive and, despite the name, this is not usually the ideal place from which to view the migration, since it is at least an hour's drive to the Jul/Oct action areas along the Mara River. The camp is open to vehicles from all safari companies, which reduces any feeling of intimacy.


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