Accommodations in Northern Serengeti

Accommodations in Northern Serengeti :  The Northern Serengeti offers the same scenic landscape as central Serengeti. The Accommodations in Northen serengeti range from budget , midrange and luxury accommodations for Authentic Tanzania wildlife Safari experinces and these include the following

Bush Rover Migration Camp

Go no farther than the Bush Rover Migration Camp if you’re looking for a unique adventure in the wild Serengeti. This seasonal camp, which is situated in a good spot to see the Great Migration up close in Kogatende from mid-July to late October, provides six beautifully constructed luxury apartments made out of Land Rovers. Reached via a spiral staircase, your bedroom is perched above the recognisable safari truck. It has a double bed with a mosquito net, a sofa, a dressing area, and a decked terrace. There’s a full bathroom just below, equipped with a shower and a flush toilet in the passenger seat.

From your terrace, you will be the first to witness the numerous animals meandering around the campsites and the herds of wildebeest and zebra crossing the Mara River at sunrise. The camp is solar-powered, so you can eat delicious meals in the lounge and dining tent and take a good, hot shower after your Tanzania safari proving that being in the wilderness doesn’t have to mean forsaking luxury. Gather around the campfire with a delectable beverage to round off your day in style and share memories of all the amazing things you witnessed. You’re in for a unique experience at Bush Rover Migration Camp.

Ang’ata Migration – Bologonja Camp

The Ang’ata Migration – Bologonja Camp is located in the Serengeti National Park, close to the Bologonja Ranger Post. It is located about an hour’s drive from the Mara River, the site of the legendary Great Migration river crossing. From the end of July to October, large cats wait for the migration on the riverbank while Nile crocodiles lie in ambush. Thousands of wildebeests pass by while you sip your morning tea in front of your tent during those months.

The Ang’ata Migration Bologonja Camp features a lounge, eating area, and 12 spacious guest tents, including a 2-tent family unit. Tents with ensuite bathrooms, one king-size bed or two single beds, and ensuite baths can be double or triple (upon request). Daily freshly prepared meals are served for breakfast, lunch, and dinner in the dining tent. Finally, and maybe most importantly, a bush TV (campfire!) provides night time entertainment with lions howling and zebras barking.

The Gnu Mara River Camp

The well-known Mara River, which wildebeests and zebras cross en route to the Masai Mara, is only five minutes’ drive from the Gnu Mara River Camp, which is situated in Kogatende, in the northern Serengeti. Every year, from July until mid-November, the camp is open, allowing visitors to witness this exceptional display up close. With eight opulent tents (one of which is a family tent) with ensuite amenities including flush toilets, hot water, solar power that runs around the clock, and stunning views of the savannah, the camp offers first-rate facilities. For a tranquil end to an exhilarating safari day, there’s a dining tent, lounge and bar with a fireplace.

Nasikia Mobile Migration Camp

Depending on where the wildebeest migration is occurring, the 11 tents (including one family tent) at the Nasikia Mobile Migration Camp are movable throughout the year. The camp establishes itself near Kogatende, where the Mara River crossing is visible, between July and October. The wide and light-filled tents at Nasikia are made of sturdy canvas, and the windows are sewed with mosquito netting to let in a pleasant breeze. The bathroom is roomy, the beds are comfortable, and the private patio has a breathtaking view. An ideal location for your migratory experiences.

Accommodations in Northern Serengeti
Nasikia Mobile Migration Camp

Serengeti North Wilderness Camp

A seasonal camp, Serengeti North Wilderness Camp is situated near the banks of the Mara River in the northern section of Serengeti National Park. One benefit of seasonal campers is that they are situated in some of the park’s prime spots for observing wildlife. The twelve roomy tents at this eco-friendly camp feature shady verandas, solar lights (12 volts), comfy beds, and private bathrooms with bush showers. Luxurious meals are served in an airy central dining tent adjacent to a cosy lounge tent featuring a small library, kid-friendly games, and a place for cameras to recharge. Sundowners and snacks are served around a campfire in the evenings while you reminisce about the events of the day.

Ole Serai Luxury Camp

Nestled in one of the most desirable locations where the big migration passes through, Ole Serai Luxury Camp Kogatende is situated in the northern region of Serengeti National Park. The magnificent spectacle of the well-known yearly migration may be seen practically from the camp’s doorsteps because of its perfect location. The guest rooms and ensuite tents have been thoughtfully planned to provide an ideal 180-degree vista from the covered verandas. You are also in the closest possible proximity to nature whether you are eating at a restaurant or just lounging on your bed. The Ole Serai experience is remarkable due to its breathtaking views and the multitude of animals in the surrounding area.

Africa Safari Serengeti Ikoma

Situated just 300 metres from the national park boundary, Africa Safari Serengeti Ikoma is perfectly situated to explore the Serengeti environment, being part of the Tanzanian Wildlife Authority’s (TAWA) Game Controlled Area. The expansive property features cosy suites with walk-in showers heated by the sun and a separate terrace furnished with seats and tables to relax on while taking in the views. You can have a drink in the lounge bar or by the campfire, a buffet or à la carte meal at the restaurant, or a game of pool or other games in the common spaces. Because of all of this, Africa Safari Serengeti Ikoma is a great spot to relax in between thrilling safari excursions.