Serengeti Sopa Lodge
This lodge is found in central Serengeti in northern Tanzania and it caters for the middle-market Tanzania packaged safari guests. Also, Sopa lodge is in a decent spot out on its own in the hills to the west of the main long-grass plains. The lodge can accommodate 170 guests in 79 suites each enjoying wall-to-wall carpeting, a private lounge with mini bar, en-suite bathroom, hair dryer and a private verandah which offers stunning views over the plains, and abundant in wildlife. The lodge Facilities include: the lodge has direct-dial satellite telephone facilities, multi-channel TV sets and wildlife video film options. Guests are advised not to drink from the taps. Instead, complimentary bottled mineral water is provided in the mini bars while further stocks are available for sale in the main bar. This hotel has a wonderful staff and a fantastic location in the Serengeti national park with Large, comfortable rooms, great meals, very friendly, helpful staff. Nice swimming pool and great location.
Serengeti Serena Safari Lodge
This lodge overlooks the endless plains of Serengeti National Park and it offers superb game viewing with big game frequently feeding a short distance from the lodge. The accommodation is based on village huts and winding paths of a traditional Maasai village designed with thickly thatched stone-built rooms, spaciously set amongst groves of indigenous trees that are cooled by sparkling streams and papyrus-fringed ponds. Each room is accommodated in a stone-built, traditionally-thatched Rondavel, featuring natural stone bathrooms, wildwood balconies, rope-lashed staircases, leopard-print drapes and intricately carved furniture, the overall effect of which is a unique blend of authentic ethnicity and world-class elegance. Besides, the lodge has a circular bar with a roof supported by massive carven figures of warriors, maidens and elders which look out over the sky-blue, ‘vanishing horizon’, and the swimming pool towards the game-rich savannah that lies below. This is a perfect place for guests who need a greater level of conventional comforts than a mobile tented camp can provide.
Most guest to Tanzania refer Bilila lodge as a lodge of surprises and its spot is also classified as Central Serengeti, yet actually it is sited roughly halfway between the Central Serengeti and the Northern Serengeti. After turning west off the main road that joins the northern and central regions of the Serengeti National Park, there is a 3 mile drive through the woodlands before you discover Bilila discreetly built around and incorporating the dramatic Pombofu Kopjes. Thus, it sits high on a raised terrain with a great view over the Serengeti and constant game moving through the lodge due to the permanent water hole around the area. This lodge offers everything you can possibly imagine and one can enjoy luxury comfort and style at the Bilila Lodge Kempinski. Offering you a taste of Africa, every facet of the lodge allows you to experience the Serengeti and its endless horizons. All of the Lodge’s 74 rooms, suites and villas feature luxurious en suite bathrooms and are decorated with handpicked African artwork. All Corner Suites and Private Villas feature private pools overlooking the panorama of Serengeti’s plains. From the bedroom step out through floor to ceiling glass doors onto your private teak deck.
This is a luxury safari lodge in the western of the Serengeti National Park, The lodge comprises tented chalets and a central building built from natural materials, all positioned to take advantage of the great views as well as the immediate surroundings. The central building consists of an elegant bar which is the natural meeting point and heart of the lodge, serving a wide range of local and imported beverages; a cosy lounge loft on the 2nd floor with board games, puzzles, magazines and a selection of books, and a well-stocked curio shop. However, Mbalageti Serengeti offers a breathtaking panorama view of the Serengeti plains and the Mbalageti River, where one of the main attractions is the annual migration of the wildebeest and zebra.
This lodge is sited in the South-eastern part of the Serengeti ecosystem, shaded by majestic acacia trees, each of the thirty four cottages, which are built of local materials with a private verandah facing Lake Ndutu. The Lodge is surrounded by indigenous trees and shrubs which encourage a host of birds and mammals to come right to your front door. If you want to stay in a safari lodge in the southeastern area of the Serengeti Plain during the time of the Great Migration in February, then you have a choice: Ndutu Safari Lodge. Spend some time and relax to the rhythm of an African day as a myriad bird calls herald the rising sun. Also stay close to the Lodge and enjoy the resident wildlife, or go for a drive and explore the range of habitats that lie within easy reach.
Lemala Serengeti Camp
This is a sister camp to Lemala Ngorongoro camp offering luxurious accommodation while following the wildebeest migration in Serengeti. The camp is intimate with only 8 spacious and stylishly decorated tents each with a wooden platform. Each tent has either 2 large single beds or a king-size double bed and a private bathroom that contains a dressing area, flush toilet, shower and basin with running water. The mess has a cozy sitting room with large comfy sofas and a dining room. However, this camp is seasonal and located next to the Mara River where the annual migration of wildebeest is watched. It is very fantastic and welcoming with the topmost glory of the experience to visitors in the area.
Sayari Camp is located in the un-spoilt northern Serengeti area, Sayari Camp offers superb views of the Great Migration crossing the Mara River (typically from mid-July to early November) – with crocodile and hippo ever-present along with the abundant birdlife of the Serengeti. The whole experience is enhanced by the exclusivity of this remote area. Non-Migratory inhabitants include big cats, elephant, giraffe, hippo, crocodiles, groups of numerous large antelopes and many other incredible animals. Sayari Camp’s spacious, elegant tents have panoramic views of the never-ending Serengeti. With delicious food and beautiful swimming pool, this camp immerses guests in the bush without sacrificing style and comfort.
Olakira Camp is an intimate mobile tented camp of 6 guest tents and 2 common area tents. The camp itself is a wonderful mobile camp with fully furnished tents with en-suite bathroom facilities and it has the feeling of an exclusive and intimate African safari camp under canvas. Above all the camp is beautifully designed lounge and dinner tents, the campfire and the sounds of wildlife make the Olakira safari experience unforgettable.
Normally the camp is in Ndutu area from mid-December to March in order to witness the magical calving season of the wildebeest in the southern Serengeti. From June onward, the camp moves north to follow the wildebeest Migration, staying in the central Serengeti for the rest of the season. These move patterns are subject to change, as the philosophy behind the camp is to be as close to the action as possible.
Serengeti Migration Camp
This is a luxury tented safari lodge set among rocky outcrops in the Serengeti National Park and the camp is richly furnished throughout in a traditional safari style. The lodge is certainly one of the Serengeti’s best and is one of the best when the Great Migration herds pass through. Guests enjoy exceptional services like the split level lounge, cigar bar, restaurant, sundecks and swimming pool perched among the outcrops and overlooks the vast and rugged landscape.
Klein’s Camp offers the best introduction for a vacation safari and during the migration period, the wildlife passes just right the camp. This enables visitors to enjoy the area more than before since wildlife is watched from the camp terraces. For visitors who seek to experience the bush style, Klein’s Camp is the answer during your visit to Serengeti National Park. The camp is outstanding in every way, shape and form with beautiful decorated and very comfortable cottages. Every detail big or small is attended to and they serve snacks in all the rooms, the food is excellent and the views from the bar and dining rooming overlook the plain superb.
Sabora Plains Tented Camp
This is a Tented Camp situated on the Serengeti plains just to the north-west of the Serengeti National Park, with six lavish tents, air-conditioned and feature a bedroom, reading area, bathroom with bath, outdoor shower, viewing deck with your own Swarovski spotting scope. There is also a library lounge tent for those who enjoy reading books and novels as they relax in the dining room, lounge, wide viewing deck, heated plunge pool, Jacuzzi, tennis court, spa and Colonial Trading Post.
FaruFaru River Lodge
This Lodge is very close to the river and built on a gently sloping hill overlooking a waterhole and the Grumeti River. Also the lodge area forms part of the famous wildebeest migratory route which is travelled by hundreds of thousands of animals every year. It is built in the style of a classic East African safari camp with the suites and lodge areas decorated as a throwback to the timeless Colonial era. The lodge area offers a lounge and dining room, elevated viewing decks, heated plunge pool, spa and Colonial Trading Post. Walks from Faru Faru along the Grumeti River, with its unrivalled spectrum of fauna and flora, are an unforgettable experience one can’t miss during any visit to Serengeti national park.
This is a grand style English manor lodge situated on the top of Sasakwa Hill in the Grumeti Reserves with awe-inspiring views over the Serengeti plains. There is no doubt that this lodge is seriously good due to its excellent value and services it has for guests like the rooms and the food notch up to 5. Also the common areas of the lodge is too handsome and inviting while the cottage are cocoon of comfort and privacy.
Kirawira Tented Camp
Remember the only place with a lifetime experience at Serengeti National park is Kirawira tented Camp with excellent hotel facilities, excellent staff, and excellent food and better than most 5 stars. The Camp is designed in typically Edwardian style, it features an elegant central meeting tent eloquently furnished with a tasteful selection of chintz-covered chaises lounges, jewel-hued Persian rugs, antique escritoires, wind-up phonograms, leather-bound traveling cases, brass shooting sticks, carved rocking chairs and stud-backed smoking chairs.
Mbuzi Mawe Tented Camp
This tented camp is located in Northern Serengeti and is famous for being the most amazing place for both short and long stays. The tents are beautiful, clean, cozy, huge, scenically located in a glade, known as ‘the place of the klipspringer’ (Mbuzi Mawe), and guarded by three million year-old granite towers which makes it too Unique. The camp is well positioned that visitors can enjoy the main annual migration corridors for over one million wildebeest, half a million zebras and gazelles, and their accompanying cast of predators.
Grumeti River Camp
Grumeti River Camp is set in the western corridor of the magnificent Serengeti National Park at the edge of an everlasting oxbow pan formed by an overflow of the Grumeti River. Supporting lush riverine forest, the Grumeti River provides a sharp contrast to the surrounding plains. The camp hosts some of the Serengeti’s unusual species, such as the black and white colobus monkey, bush babies and predators like cheetah, lion and leopard are regularly spotted. Also Lake Victoria, the second largest freshwater lake in the world, lays 50 kms to the west and provides a fascinating outing. The Camp has some exciting activities on offer, including game drives in open-air vehicles, has a swimming pool and leisure deck, both perched on the banks of the river where you can view the resident hippos at play. Besides, the swimming pool and leisure deck overlook the hippo-filled river and the camp spacious colorful interiors tents bring alive the excitement of East Africa.
The Dunia Camp is the most perfect place to stay in the Serengeti, and it offers great fun in the park due to its superb location. It’s found on the Moru Kopjes, just north-west of the Ndutu Plains and southern Serengeti Plains. The camp opens from mid-December to mid-March when the wildebeest migration and other big game are concentrated in the southern Serengeti. The camp has a great chef who produces fantastic food in the bush – a mix of authentic African and contemporary European which is really impressive. All the staff is very professional and friendly and will go out of their way to make your stay enjoyable. However, this is also a sister camp to Olakira and Sayari.