- Experience the great migration all year round with morning and afternoon game drives focused on the migration as well as other species
- Sundowners are a must on any safari, and the perfect way to end the day and take some time to enjoy the magnificent sunsets of Africa
- Enjoy some birdwatching along the forest edge to see woodpeckers and brightly colored kingfishers
- Choose between sumptuous massages and indulgent facials as the pinnacle to a safari experience
- Before afternoon activities, enjoy afternoon tea served with a selection of cake, tea, coffee, and fresh fruit juices
Sanctuary Serengeti Migration Camp will move between three different locations, literally following the migration as it travels across the Serengeti, offering guests year-round access to this incredible spectacle. Depending on exact migration movement, the camp will be in the Central Serengeti from June to July, the Northern Serengeti from August to November and the Southern Serengeti from December to March. Serengeti Migration Camp offers 10 luxury safari tents each with their own en-suite bathrooms and indoor bucket shower. A personal tent attendant is available any time to fill the bucket shower to the perfect temperature whenever required. Tents feature hairdryers and plug points. The main common areas include a dining area, bar area and lounge area as well as comfortable sofas placed in specially-selected locations around the camp to soak up the views of the amazing Serengeti. From bush breakfasts, private picnics, sundowners and three course dinners – Sanctuary Serengeti Migration Camp offers a migration experience never to be forgotten.
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.