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We visited the northern part of Serengeti last year and stayed at the Serengeti North Wilderness Camp for two memorable nights at that time.
We decided to stay a little longer this time, for three nights, and once more were regaled from the moment of...More
Spent 3nights here whilst exploring the Serengeti,a tent for a home with a bucket shower.The rooms were,as expected,basic but comfortable .The food,considering where you are, was tasty with different choices each night.The highlights were drinking around a camp fire and hearing hyenas,zebras and wildebeest outside...More
It's a camp so bush showers, stay in your tent at night, ask for hot water when you want some. Food excellent, staff excellent, ask and things happen swiftly and efficiently. Comfortable, clean and surrounded by animals at night. Lions roaring. Watch the sunrise from...More
This is a semi-mobile camp, so its location changes from time to time. But camping anywhere on the Serengeti is a fantastic experience. Animals can be heard during the night, sometimes very close. Only a short drive each day took us to superb game viewing...More
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Good morning. We have a central charging station for cameras etc, so its absolutely no problem. In fact we are busy setting up a 'photographic' tent for professional photographers... We have welcomed many honeymooners... More
Good morning. We have a central charging station for cameras etc, so its absolutely no problem. In fact we are busy setting up a 'photographic' tent for professional photographers... We have welcomed many honeymooners - and hope that you choose our camp! Its got 10 tents, so its lovely and intimate - and our staff will look after you well. Kindest
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"If you're nervous about encountering animals on your walk to/from the dining tent, maybe ask for one..."