GUIDE ON SERENGETI MIGRATION CAMP IN TANZANIA
Your Serengeti Migration Camp tour of Tanzania takes you to the eastern section of Serengeti National Park. The camp's proximity to the Grumeti River, Mara River and Masai Mara National Reserve to the north ensures large numbers of resident and migratory animals year round, including hoofed herbivores such as gazelle, reedbuck, antelope, winged or terrestrial scavengers such as jackals, hyenas, vulture, buzzard, and reptiles such as lizard, crocodiles, snakes, chameleon amidst stalking large cats such as lion, leopard and cheetah. Serengeti Migration Camp offers endless vistas of fauna amidst rugged terrain, grasslands and flowing rivers, all fighting to thrive and give birth to the next generation of fauna. Feel the excitement of the Great Migration during your Africa safari tour as more than one million wildebeest and zebra cross the great Mara River with good access from the camp. With only 20 guest tents, Serengeti Migration Camp offers AfricanMecca guests personalized service that makes you feel pampered during your travel in Africa. Gourmet meals are prepared to your specifications, and your tent allows you to escape into luxurious comfort. This Elewana camp includes a main tent with a dining room and lounge, swimming pool and decks with traditional African art where you take in the gorgeous scenery that surrounds you every day. Game drives, nature walks around the camp and other activities give you up-close views of the wildlife living in the pristine setting.
Accommodation At Serengeti Migration CampNestled in the rocky outcrops of the eastern region of Serengeti National Park, Serengeti Migration Camp immerses you in elegance and luxury comfort during your Tanzania safari vacation with AfricanMecca. From the veranda of your elevated tent, you have 360 degree views of the resident and migratory wildlife across a spectacular landscape. Inside, your tent is specially designed to give you a private, soothing space to relax after your game drives, freshen up before meals and write home or in your personal journal about your African safari game viewing experiences. All the 20 tents are built with permanent walls covered in canvas and feature natural wood flooring and dark leather furnishings, as well as a private shower, toilet and a double sink. Next to an inviting armchair, glistening crystal glasses and a decanter of port are carefully arranged on a shimmering serving tray. The solar power of the Serengeti sunlight is captured to provide you with electricity and hot water day and night. A complimentary bathrobe and slippers wrap you in opulence while you read quietly before falling asleep to the sounds of Africa. Other conveniences available to you include in-tent electronic safes and telephones, as well as laundry and valet services. Traveling families have access to child-minder services, and Serengeti Migration Camp is the perfect Tanzania honeymoon getaway for newlyweds.
Safari At Serengeti Migration CampYour Serengeti tour at Serengeti Migration Camp features exciting early morning and late afternoon game drives with experienced and professional AfricanMecca guides taking you to locations where numerous wildlife species graze, play, hunt and rest. The guides work together to give you the best possible vantage point for viewing the fauna. Radio communication between the guided safari vehicles is used to share information about last sightings, footprints and sounds. Using this key information, your guide takes you to vantage points for a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to see the incredible wildlife of the Serengeti, from stealthy carnivores such as lion, cheetah, leopard to foliage and grass eating herbivore such as giraffe, elephant, hippopotamus, rhinoceros, African buffalo and many more. On your acceptance, your guide can take you on a day-long Serengeti Migration Camp safari game drive, which can include a picnic lunch. From the camp, you see soaring raptor in the rocky outcrops such as pygmy falcon, Augur buzzard, vultures, tawny eagle and many more. Situated on the path of the Great Migration, Serengeti Migration Camp gives you access to the Mara River where over one million wildebeests and thousands of zebras cross the river while Nile crocodiles wait for an opportunity to capture the weak and injured. For a truly unique experience, AfricanMecca Safaris recommend combining your stay at a central, western or southern Serengeti accommodation where you may book a hot air balloon safari in advance of your trip to Serengeti.
Dining At Serengeti Migration CampSatisfy your epicurean appetite during your holidays in Africa with meals that are prepared to your liking. At sunrise, your personal attendant serves freshly brewed coffee and scrumptious biscuits in your tent. After a warm quick shower, you meet with your experienced AfricanMecca guide and venture out for a morning game drive. When you return to camp, you enjoy a full breakfast of eggs, waffles, fruits, cheeses and many other delightful choices. A mid-morning nature walk around the camp grounds reveals the smaller denizens of the Serengeti, from insectivores such as African hedgehog, elephant shrew to winged fauna such as buffalo weaver, helmeted guineafowl and many more. For your mid-day meal, platters of cheeses, local meats, salads and fresh fruit are served in the dining tent. In the early afternoon, lounge on the sun deck next to the camp's swimming pool, and enjoy afternoon tea in the company of the other guests. At the end of your early evening Tanzania safari game drive, your guide finds a shaded area to stop for refreshments as the sun begins to set in the horizon. You can enjoy your sundowner looking across the great plains of Serengeti or return to camp for cocktails on the deck to watch the setting sun cast its last light on the spectacular views of the Grumeti River and Ndasiata Hills. For dinner, a gastronomic feast awaits you in the dining tent. Choose from an array of local meats, fresh vegetables, home-made soups, nourishing salads and divine desserts. Compliment your meal with a choice of local and imported wines and beers, fresh juices, coffee, tea or soft drinks. Savor every morsel while looking across the Grumeti River from the deck or inside the dining tent that is illuminated with the soft glow of candles.
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SAFARI TRIP IDEA FOR SERENGETI MIGRATION CAMP IN TANZANIA
When staying at Serengeti Migration Camp in Eastern Serengeti, we recommend combining it with your Northern Tanzania safari to Tarangire, Lake Manyara and Ngorongoro Crater. End your trip with a Swahili cultural tour and beach holiday in Zanzibar.
You may optionally extend out to offbeat parks in Southern and Western Tanzania such as Selous, Ruaha or Katavi ending with a chimpanzee trekking safari at Gombe or Mahale by the relaxing Lake Tanganyika.
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