Migration Camp

Migration Camp is situated along the banks of the Grumeti River, on the side of an impressive kopje known as Poacher's Lookout, with broad views north over the undulating Serengeti hills and beyond to the plains of the Masai Mara. The camp is located in the Northern Corridor of the park, on the main wildebeest migration route between the Serengeti and the Masai Mara. The migration seasons at camp are centered between July and November when the herds pass through the area, sometimes crossing the river right in front of camp. Game viewing from the breakfast terrace during this period is a superb experience. Additionally, there is good resident game throughout the year, especially lion, leopard and elephant. Accommodations at Migration Camp consist of 20 luxury suites under canvas on elevated wooden platforms. Each tent is massive and well appointed with beautiful hardwood floors and rich furnishings including a writing desk, leather love seat and power outlets to charge your camera or camcorder batteries. There is a small balcony at the back of each tent with two cozy rocking chairs. Each tent is also equipped with en suite bathrooms with running water, dual washbasins, toilet, shower and even a hairdryer. The central dining area, bar and library are all positioned atop a series of cantilevered decks, maximising the views of the game plains below. The fresh water swimming pool is the perfect place for a refreshing swim after a day's safari, and the surrounding sun deck is wonderful for afternoon Serengeti sundowners. The legendary bush cuisine combines an amazing variety of local tastes, with al fresco picnic lunches or special campfire barbeques. Intimate accommodations, great food, friendly service, entertaining hippos and an authentic bush feel combine to form the ideal place from which to explore the remote and wild Northern Serengeti. Safari activities focus on game drives on the Lobo area and along the Grumeti River in specially-designed open vehicles with the resident game guide.