- Enjoy daily game drives to spot a variety of wildlife, with experienced guides who know every inch of the territory
- Experience a fascinating Cosmic Safari, and enjoy the unobstructed views of the African night sky
- Learn how to correctly identify and photograph a cheetah and record their behavior and location
- Climb to the top of the main kopje just behind the main area to view the breathtaking scenery, the perfect place for cocktails and snacks
- Read up on the day's discoveries in the library, stocked with reference books and more
Sanctuary Kusini offers a Serengeti safari like no other. This is the only permanent camp in this unspoilt and remote part of the Serengeti and every year wildebeest congregate on the camp’s “doorstep”. Perfectly set in the remote southern part of the Serengeti, Sanctuary Kusini’s location was specially selected after much research by the guides and the local experts. It overlooks the plains where wildlife is a common sight all year round. Built around a spectacular rocky outcrop and on the path of the wildebeest migration, the camp is ideal for seeing cheetah and wildebeest that congregate on the grassy plains in the calving season from mid-December to March. Part of Sanctuary Kusini’s charm is its remote and private location within the park, offering exceptional and essentially private game viewing. Built around a spectacular rocky outcrop, or kopje, the camp’s communal areas include a dining area, lounge and library, as well as a campfire. The views from the kopje are simply sensational – the perfect spot for sundowners and stargazing.
This Yampu recommended trip add-on may only be booked in conjunction with any of our personalized trips. Your Yampu Tour Consultant will design an itinerary for you according to your available dates, interests and type of hotels. This is your trip and we will work on making it perfect!
Serengeti National Park, Serengeti, Mara Region, Tanzania
Places You'll See
Serengeti National Park
Famous for its annual migration of nearly two million zebra and wildebeest, the Tanzanian national park of the Serengeti hosts many walks of wildlife including the “big five”; The Masi Lion, African Leopard, African Bush Elephant, Eastern Black Rhinoceros, and the African Buffalo. Declared a world heritage site, this national park provides a once in a lifetime opportunity to experience the local wildlife.