Serian’s Serengeti North and South Camps are intimate, authentic safari camps that move with the ebb and flow of the vast herds of wildebeest and zebra as they migrate across the seemingly endless plains of Tanzania’s fertile Serengeti.
Between June and November, the North camp is in the Lamai Wedge of the northern region where teeming herds are forced to cross the Mara River and face the prospect of enormous crocodiles that lie in wait for them. The camp lies only a kilometre (less than a mile) from the Mara just above Crossing Point 4, making a great place to see the action. Fly-camping is also possible at the North camp - a unique experience that brings you even closer to the secrets of the bush.
From December to May, this 8-tented camp moves to the Ngorongoro Conservation area in the south, where the wildebeest calving season on the short grass plains attracts a following of hungry predators eager to take advantage of this time of plenty. Both camps are situated to allow you to fully explore these fascinating ecosystems.
Perfect for safari and wildlife enthusiasts looking for an authentic, relatively uncrowded and intimate Serengeti experience, Serian’s Serengeti camps can be privately booked by friends or families travelling together for the ultimate African getaway.