Serengeti Migration Camp is a luxurious lodge situated right on the path of the migration which has been coined as the 8th wonder of the world. One of the five Elewana properties, Serengeti Migration Camp abides by the groups' ethos of maintaining the delicate balance between nature, luxury travel and conservation.
Voted by Conde Nast readers as the best camp in East Africa, Serengeti Migration Camp is one of the greatest places to stay and experience and authentic safari and unparalleled wildlife viewing in Africa. This chic retreat was also awarded as one of the best places to stay in the 2009 Conde Nast Gold List.
Serengeti Migration Camp is at the start of the longest and largest overland migration in the world and with such a vast variety of different species in the area, the safari's through the national park will bring guests face to face with lions, zebras, buffalos, blue willderbeests, gazelles and a diverse range of habitats from swamps to woodlands and vast grass plains. The guides are brimming with knowledge on the wildlife and a trip to the Serengeti Migration Camp will interest as much as excite. Guests may find a curious giraffe wandering around the camp and hear the hippos feeding from their watering hole nearby.
The Grumeti River is a great place for a long walk and day game drives can be arranged as well as bird watching and migration viewing. To take in the vastness of the landscape a balloon safari is a great idea. There is an open-air swimming pool, decking and split-level lounge with views of the Ndasiata Hills and the river.
The Serengeti Migration Camp restaurant serves up a mouthwatering menu using locally-sourced produce as much as possible. A romantic dinner can be taken overlooking the Grumeti River.