Wayo Walking Camp sits in a protected wilderness area within the northern Serengeti National Park. With its simple 2-person dome tents lying under thorn trees, the camp is a basic one with all the necessary creature comforts like soft mattresses, comfortable chairs and hot-water showers. And thanks to its lightweight and eco-friendly nature the camp can be set up anywhere, following the rhythms of the wildlife and putting you in prime position for fantastic animal sightings.
The camp’s location puts you at the heart of an unspoilt Serengeti ecosystem and the focus at Wayo Walking Camp is to allow you to discover it on foot. One of the few operators to be granted permission to walk in the Serengeti, Wayo takes advantage of this concession by offering expertly guided walking safaris – accompanied by armed park rangers – in an environment that will thrill as much as it will amaze you.
Your day is spent moving through the tree-studded savannah, absorbing the sights and sounds of the landscape and enjoying the knowledge and expertise of your guide. There is plenty to see: Wayo Walking Camp is set on the annual Wildebeest Migration route which almost guarantees you amazing wildlife viewing in Migration season, from about November to June.
That being said, this remote corner of the Serengeti is excellent for game viewing all year round and you never know what you will discover on foot. Back at camp you have star-lit suppers and chilled drinks around the campfire to look forward to, with a hearty supper rounding off the perfect day on safari in Tanzania.