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This is a quality intimate bush camp, aiming to give guests an authentic bush experience, is located in the centre of the Serengeti National Park. It lies 15Km north of the wildlife area around Seronera, which has excellent permanent game. With 12 tents. It is the luxurious property in the Serengeti and certainly the smartest. The furniture and accessories are carefully chosen for their luxurious feel and contemporary safari style. These elements are enhanced by modern comforts and top facilities such as internet access, hot shower, Traditional dancing, Bush TV etc.
The Serengeti green season starts during April’s long rains (April to June, but most rain falls at night, leaving days relatively clear). The wildebeest and zebra herds start to pick up the pace as their calves and foals get stronger. As the herds pass through the Simba Kopjes region – famous for its lion population – you can expect some serious big cat action.
The rainy season is in full swing and the herds move fast to Serengeti’s western corridor. The youngsters are stronger and also feed less frequently, so ever-greater distances can be covered daily. Excellent photo opportunities abound with vast numbers of wildebeest and zebra moving rapidly.
The end of the rainy season leaves the grassland plains green and lush. Distances between leading and trailing herds are extensive allowing for long and rewarding game drives. Traditionally, June is the Grumeti River crossing period, although this does depend on the water levels in the river.
The early rains start to fall in the Serengeti in cooler November, and the wildebeest herds are drawn to the abundant water of the Serengeti’s Lobo, Mbuze Mawe and Seronera Valley areas. The southeastern part of the Masai Mara and northeastern Serengeti offer the best viewing right now.
Kearsley (T) Ltd.
16, Zanaki Street, P. O. Box 801,
Dar es Salaam, Tanzania.
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Tel: +255 22 2137713