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Migration Camp

Serengeti National Park - the North, Tanzania

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Game drives, some walking along Grumeti river

Guide Price: From: $730 To: $845

Migration Camp is a permanent tented camp located in the Lobo area of the Northern part of the Serengeti. It's a good area for game - plenty of elephant, cats etc in this part of the Serengeti - but don't be confused by the name.

There are times at when the wildebeest migration passes through this neck of the woods, but, as you'd expect with a migration, it…well…migrates so there are times when the area will be wildebeest-free. Migration is owned by ‘Elewana Africa' which is part of Sopa lodges. Although it's not a large camp by Sopa's standards, with 20 large tents you shouldn't expect this to be quite as intimate as some of the smaller tented camps in the Serengeti.

This is by no means a reason not to visit, but its worth understanding that you wont have the same level of intimacy. The tents are substantially built and furnished - solid wooden doors with glass windows - and the interiors are well finished with large leather armchairs, writing desks and fabulous king sized beds - these tents are really more akin to being 'canvas rooms' rather than mere 'tents'. Each room has an ensuite bathroom and these, with their stone walls, thatched roofs and flush loos feel like pretty permanent fixtures. The main sitting area is also large and airy and is decked out with the same large leather sofas and chairs.

If the more Spartan facilities of some of the more rarefied tented camps don't float your boat, then Migration is a good, if slightly less charming, alternative.

Accommodation:

Colonial style tented lodge with 20 huge ensuite tents & swimming pool

Guide Price:

From: 730 To: 845

Experience:

Game drives, some walking along Grumeti river

Inclusions / Exclusions:

price includes accommodation, food, drinks, laundry, activities and transfers.

Pool:
yes
Age Restrictions:
all ages welcome
Electricity:
Generator
Laundry:
yes
Rooms:
20
Bathroom:
all ensuite with separate showers and flushing loos
Open/Closed
open all year

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