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Lodge 8.0 Rating
Price 252 252 252 252 252 252 234 243 243 234 234 179 215 USD
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Ronjo Camp
is located in the Central sector of the Serengeti in Northern Tanzania.

It is a medium specification mobile tented camp set in a relatively quiet location in Central Serengeti. It offers an authentic safari experience, with animals often passing through camp. The camp has a pleasant canvas mess and around sixteen reasonably comfortable guest tents. It is a closed access camp, which means it does not accept vehicles from other operators, which can lead to a much more intimate atmosphere.

Activities are centred on vehicle safari, with the area offering very solid wildlife viewing year round, notably with incredible predator sightings, especially Jul/Oct. The migration usually passes through May/Jun and Nov/Dec. It is also possible to do balloon safari from this location.

The main potential downsides at Ronjo Camp are the very high visitor traffic in this central area for much of the year and the fact that the facilities here are relatively simple. The camp is also relatively large, with 16 tents and activities are largely limited to daytime vehicle safari.


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