Central Serengeti - Serengeti Tanzania Bush Camps

Serengeti Tanzania Luxury Bush Camp is a semi permanent camp offering wilderness and luxury in Serengeti National Park. This finest camp is owned and managed by indigenous Tanzanians, the management and office staff are local Tanzanians who have great knowledge of hospitality and have spent many years in travel and tourism industry,  the team boast excellent experiences in both general customer care and hospitality services.

Serengeti Tanzania Bush Camp consists of 10 spacious and comfortable luxury en-suite tents all with two queen-size beds fitted with mosquito nets, en-suit  flush toilets & shower with a mixer tap of warm or cold running water, rooms with warm duvets, nicely local designed metal and wood beds, comfortable bedding, Local made lampshades, wall-to-wall floor carpets,  comfortable wooden writing table and chairs, luggage rack, coffee table and tray, resting sofa, canvas shelves, 24-hour solar lighting and a backup generator, accompanied with a large spacious verandah in front and the left side of your room is furnished with comfortable safari chairs and tables – the perfect retreat for a relaxing moment watching birdlife in trees around the tent, or a herd of impala grazing quietly around the camp area, or rather basically sit, relax while listening to the sounds of the African bush. Large and spacious mess tent, and lounge tent linked with bar are beautifully designed and decorated with comfortable designed chairs and sofas, antique furniture, side cabinets and chest.


The Serengeti green season starts during April’s long rains (April to June, but most rain falls at night, leaving days relatively clear). The wildebeest and zebra herds start to pick up the pace as their calves and foals get stronger. As the herds pass through the Simba Kopjes region – famous for its lion population – you can expect some serious big cat action.


The rainy season is in full swing and the herds move fast to Serengeti’s western corridor. The youngsters are stronger and also feed less frequently, so ever-greater distances can be covered daily. Excellent photo opportunities abound with vast numbers of wildebeest and zebra moving rapidly


The end of the rainy season leaves the grassland plains green and lush. Distances between leading and trailing herds are extensive allowing for long and rewarding game drives. Traditionally, June is the Grumeti River crossing period, although this does depend on the water levels in the river.


The early rains start to fall in the Serengeti in cooler November, and the wildebeest herds are drawn to the abundant water of the Serengeti’s Lobo, Mbuze Mawe and Seronera Valley areas. The southeastern part of the Masai Mara and northeastern Serengeti offer the best viewing right now.

Why Stay with us

  • Carefully choosen Destinations
  • Experienced and Supportive Guides
  • Cost Effective Safari Plans
  • Free Drinking Water on Safaris
  • Full Support all the way to & back
  • Optional Market Visits on the way

Contact us

Tanzania Bush Camps
P. O. Box 12177 Arusha,
Tanzania, United Rep.

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