Highly respected for its dedication to providing high-action game viewing with low environmental impact, the camp is located within the vast plains of the Serengeti, on the direct route of the world famous annual migration. Flowing alongside the camp, the Grumeti River attracts large numbers of hippos, a spellbinding sight from the 360 degree verandas of the exceptionally large tented living spaces which feature hardwood floors and high-end furnishings. Each has a writing desk, en suite shower room with hot and cold running water and a flush toilet – bath robes and slippers are also provided. In the central raised area with its river views there is an open-air swimming pool, split-level lounge and a relaxed restaurant. Join unforgettable game drives or thrilling guided game walks, setting off early with a champagne picnic. Big 5 game viewing can also be enjoyed from a hot air balloon, with all the day’s activities brought to a memorable end when you settle down on the sunset deck with a cocktail in hand.
Price is per person per night on a fully inclusive basis with park fees and game viewing activities.
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Our pricing aims to give an indication of the price range from low to high season. Low season for Tanzania and Zanzibar is generally between the months of November and May, high season runs from June to October. Supplements may apply to peak periods such as Christmas and Easter. Prices are per person per night based on 2 sharing (unless otherwise indicated). Regional departures and single supplements are available on request. Accommodation only prices do not include flights. Where prices for our lodges/camps are shown as fully inclusive this generally includes all food and drinks but in most cases will exclude certain premium branded spirits, premium wines and Champagne. Date restrictions, terms and conditions apply to our special offers, please call for details.
Tanzania’s dry season is from June to October, with the short rains expected in November/December and the long rains from March to May. The migration follows the rains in a clockwise route through the Serengeti – from January to March the herds are mainly in the grassy south, calving in February before migrating north from April, traversing the Western Corridor and Grumeti Reserve throughout May, June and July, heading towards Kenya and the northern Serengeti. They return south again from November.
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