Following the movements of the Great Migration, luxury mobile camp Ndutu Under Canvas Camp promises excellent viewings of the herds of wildebeest, zebra and other wildlife as they move through Tanzania’s Serengeti National Park.
Ndutu’s mobile infrastructure allows the camp to be packed up and moved without leaving anything behind – minimising its impact on the environment. Its solar panels and bucket showers provide further evidence of its commitment to this eco-conscious philosophy. Ndutu has also chosen to forego Wi-Fi and air conditioning to give guests a truly authentic safari experience that fully immerses them in nature.
Comprising 10 tents, the camp ensures intimacy and exclusivity while exploring the remote and beautiful areas of the Serengeti. Game drives get you up close to the ecosystem’s large concentration of herbivores, including wildebeest, zebras, antelope and giraffes. December through March allow for hot-air balloon safaris that give you a spectacular bird’s-eye view of the migration and savannah below.
The Serengeti offers more than just a scenic landscape and vast array of wildlife, and when staying at Ndutu, you’ll be able to explore two of Tanzania’s most interesting and renowned places – the impressive Ngorongoro Crater and the historic Oldupai Gorge.