Mara River - Serengeti Tanzania Bush Camps


Season
Serengeti Tanzania Bush Camps – Northern Serengeti (July-October) is the ultimate seasonal camp in Serengeti National Park, inside touching distance of the Mara River in the heart of the best game viewing area of the Northern Serengeti. Here, in this enormous remote wilderness, almost double the size of the Masai Mara, guests can enjoy fabulous landscapes and tremendous game viewing with practically no crowds. Resident wildlife numbers are remarkably high, with prides of lion, but nothing compared to when the migration starts arriving from June onwards.

Location : Kogatende Area
Northern Serengeti turns into a wildlife paradise par excellence. Through June, July and August the wildebeest continue moving through the area, crossing and re-crossing the Mara River before heading north towards the Masai Mara. Several large herds remain behind and weather changes could easily bring the vast herds flooding back into the area from the Mara. Migration and predator action lasts up to the end of October, assuring this area’s reputation as one of the finest wildlife areas in Africa.

What We Offer
  • 8 Spacious modern tents with both sides included verandahs. Separate large Dinning / Lounge tent with out-of-Africa collections linking to a well-stocked bar with assorted drinks, wines, beers.
  • Modern Kitchen tent.
  • Reliable 240v solar power and backup generator electricity supply.
  • Safety deposit facilities for guests' valuables.
  • Boutique with souvenirs and safari essentials in-tent service for snacks and beverages.
  • Bottled water and insect repellent in all tents.
  • Early morning calls with tea or coffee
  • Chilled towels and welcome drink upon checks in.
  • Charging station at the main tent/house.
  • 24 hours security around the camp.
  • Whistles in each tent One Torch inside the tent.
  • In tent flush toilet, with running water and hot showers.
  • Laundry services available.
  • Children under 6 years are not allowed, and or should be under parents’ supervision
  • Honeymoon Services.

Activities

Bush Breakfast, Dinner and Sundowner—Organized in a private area in the park near the camp.

Game drives on 4-wheel-drive vehicles

Our camp is well placed in real wilderness where you can observe different types of animals from your own tent, However we do offer to our esteemed clients half and full day game drives inside the National Park using our 4×4 chauffeur driven Land Cruiser Hard Top equipped with high frequency transmission radios, with a pop up open roof, that gives you a closer and friendly view while of game drive.

Picnic Lunches

Our camp kitchen prepares imaginative and tasty picnics which can be enjoyed out in the bush during a longer day of game viewing.


July

With the approaching dry season, the Serengeti landscape becomes more arid. This is mating season, and the massive wildebeest herds begin moving faster in search of water and greener grass, making their way across the Grumeti and Mara rivers. Nile crocodiles find easy pickings during these high-drama times.

August

August sees the wildebeest herds crossing the crocodile-infested waters of the Mara River in the Serengeti or Masai Mara in a constant search for green grass. Mobile safari camps put you in the very best position to see these high-adrenaline river crossings right up close.

September

The dry season continues in September, and you can see the tail end of the epic Mara River crossings in the Serengeti or Masai Mara. Most of the herds are now feeding on the lush grasslands in the Greater Masai Mara area.

October

And they’re off again: October sees the wildebeest herds in the Masai Mara begin to slowly migrate back into the Serengeti, moving through Loliondo in the east. Base yourself in the Masai Mara for your best viewing opportunities this month.

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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