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Nomad’s Serengeti Safari Camp - Moru

The Serengeti National Park, Tanzania

1/5 Nomad's migration chasing Serengeti Safari Camp moves to shadow the wildebeest as they go
Nomad's migration chasing Serengeti Safari Camp moves to shadow the wildebeest as they go
2/5 Spacious tents at Nomad's Serengeti Safari Camp - a shared camp but a private vehicle and guide
© Nomad Tanzania Spacious tents at Nomad's Serengeti Safari Camp - a shared camp but a private vehicle and guide
3/5 Nomad's Serengeti Safari Camp is a civilised island from which to reach the migration
Nomad's Serengeti Safari Camp is a civilised island from which to reach the migration
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5/5 Drinks at the end of the day
© Nomad Tanzania Drinks at the end of the day

The original migration chasing seasonal camp. Outstanding guides, private vehicle and total flexibilty in game viewing

Guide Price: From: $510 To: $925

Nomad's Serengeti Safari Camp moves into the southwestern area of the Serengeti during April and May, as the southern plains begin to dry up and the wildebeest begin to leave their southern range and head north. This time coincides with the rut - a time characterised by herds of purposeful and demure-looking cow wildebeest trying desparatley to ignore the farcical noise and cavorting of their menfolk. 

This is a time when the herds hed through Moru Kopjes in the southwestern Serengeti. Moru is not only a beautiful and unusual little corner of this park, but also somewhere to see the very good resident game, most particularly cats - lion, leopard and even the smaller cats like Caracal - for which this area is known.

This luxury mobile safari camp moves seasonally around the Serengeti ecosystem shadowing the Serengeti wildebeest migration. Serengeti Safari Camp caters for up to 16 people at a time with one of Nomad Tanzania's excellent private vehicle and safari guides as standard for each group.

The camp not only offers one of the best chances of finding the wildebeest migration away from the crowds, but is also superbly comfortable with first class food. It's also one of the best ways to access to some remote and little visited areas of the Serengeti ecosystem that are well out of reach of the permanent safari lodges.

The small crew of 4 - 6 Tanzanians who run the operation are friendly and efficient and look after your every need down to the smallest detail. In cold months you'll even find a hot water bottle in your bed when you turn in.

This camp is all about the migration and moves seasonally to ensure that it's as close as possible to the action, wherever that is.  While there are one or two areas where you can walk in the Serengeti, the principal point here is game driving in the company of one of Nomad's outstanding guides.

The key is the way that Nomad operate their actvities with major emphasis on each person's indvidual interests - something you can only do with a private vehicle. So while the camp is shared by a maximum of 16 guests at one time, each group, whether you're a couple or a larger group, have a private vehicle and guide throughout the safari.

This means you have full flexibility in planning your safari activities with your guide to suit yourselves. Nomad supply lavish picnics to be taken on all-day game drives, so you can choose to stay out all day some times, and return to camp for a lazy lunch and siesta on others.

Just a note to let you know that our trip to Tanzania was spectacular. We had the best guide who was most knowledgeable and great fun to be with. The tents and yurts were wonderful and the food was delicious. We were blessed with excellent weather and saw every animal possible and plenty of action among the big cats. It was unforgettable and I miss it already.

C S and family March 2010

We just got back on Monday after our 3 weeks in the bush and we had a fantastic trip - thanks to Natural High for organising everything. We saw all of the game that we could imagine and a total of 250 species of birds, the overall experience was quite overwhelming. We had a wonderful trip.

H & NH August 2008

We had a terrific time. Observing animals all day is really, really fun. The guides were fantastic and we met great people all around.

ATL Aug 2008

Accommodation:

6 tent seasonal camp with guaranteed private car & guide

Guide Price:

From: 510 To: 925

Experience:

The original migration chasing seasonal camp. Outstanding guides, private vehicle and total flexibilty in game viewing

Inclusions / Exclusions:

Incl. FB, drinks, park fees, activities, laundry and transfers. Excl. Champagne & cellar wines, transfers beyond nearest airstrip

Age Restrictions:
All ages welcome
Electricity:
A small generator and kerosene lamps
Laundry:
Yes
Rooms:
6 Meru tents
Bathroom:
All ensuite with bucket showers, hot water and long drop loos
Open/Closed
Open all year

About The Serengeti National Park and Tanzania

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1/5 Wildebeest charge headlong into the Mara River, northern Serengeti
Wildebeest charge headlong into the Mara River, northern Serengeti
2/5 Lion in the long grass
Lion in the long grass
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4/5 Cheetah in the Serengeti using a termite mound to survey the area for prey
Cheetah in the Serengeti using a termite mound to survey the area for prey
5/5 Prodding a dead thing. Something that small boys never tire of.
Prodding a dead thing.  Something that small boys never tire of.

The Serengeti National Park

The Serengeti is the best known safari destination in the world with good reason. Even if you exclude the Wildebeest Migration with its 1.5 million odd animals, the proliferation of animal life in the Serengeti defies belief.   In the company of a good guide, this can be like stepping into a wildlife documentary.  We’d advocate building your safari in northern Tanzania around the greater Serengeti, but you do need to be aware that being in the right place at the right time is everything in this neck of the woods. Find out when the Serengeti Wildebeest Migration happens. Read more?

1/5 Wildebeest charge headlong into the Mara River, northern Serengeti
Wildebeest charge headlong into the Mara River, northern Serengeti
2/5 Pared down simplicity and comfort in a light mobile camp.
Pared down simplicity and comfort in a light mobile camp.
3/5 Approaching elephant on foot is one of the most rewarding game experiences there is
Approaching elephant on foot is one of the most rewarding game experiences there is
4/5 Chada's stylish simplicity in the heart of Katavi National Park, one of Tanzania's wildest places
Chada's stylish simplicity in the heart of Katavi National Park, one of Tanzania's wildest places
5/5 Where the wild things are - Riverine woodland along the banks of the Rufiji River
Where the wild things are - Riverine woodland along the banks of the Rufiji River

Tanzania

Discover formidable landscapes, breath-taking wildlife and unforgettable experiences. A safaris in Tanzania is a match for any other country in Africa. See for yourself. The Tanzania experts at Natural High have travelled all over the country and worked in some of its best safari camps. Anything you need to know about Tanzania before you travel, we'll help. Read more?

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