At the base of one of many hills dotted throughout the magnificent Serengeti Plains, Kati Kati Tented Camp gives guests a front-row seat to this epic wildlife destination and nearby attractions such as the Grumeti River (of the Great Migration fame) and Olduvai Gorge Museum – home to pre-historic man.
Explore the game-rich central Serengeti on game drives – this area is a prime place to spot cheetah on the vast open plains. Subject to location, take a trip to the local Maasai village to learn more about the culture and traditions of the tribe. Open all year except for April, the camp is only a two-hour scenic drive from Olduvai Gorge Museum and Grumeti River, where the fossilised remains of ancient civilisations are found.
An authentic safari feel is maintained in the 10 roomy tents and an additional family tent, each fitted with either a king size bed or two twins, featuring an en-suite bathroom. The camp is eco-friendly and runs on solar lighting. Guests can gather around the campfire for sundowners, or relax in the mess tent before dining on local and international flavours either inside or outdoors.