Front-row seats to Africa

The thing about the Great Migration – the greatest wildlife show on earth – is that you can never be quite sure when it is going to begin or pass through your area. With Ubuntu Migration Camp, this isn’t a problem. Small and seasonal, this camp follows the thousands-strong herds of wildebeest and ungulates as they move through the Serengeti National Park, promising unsurpassed wildlife-viewing opportunities. 

Following the ancient migratory trails as they have for past millennia, wildebeest – chaperoned by large herds of zebra, gazelle, eland and impala – make their way from the Serengeti National Park to the Maasai Mara National Reserve and back in a perennial year-long cycle. The savannah and rivers, blackened by scores of wildlife, become action-packed hunting territory as the herds encounter predators in the tall grasses and murky waters. 

Modelled in traditional safari style, Ubuntu Migration Camp is run by a close-knit and personable team of locals, all of whom are personally acquainted with the land. With only 8 tents and a lounge-cum-dining area that spills out into the surrounding savannah, a stay at the camp is sure to be an intimate one. 

Highlights

  • Intimate and seasonal camp that follows the Great Migration through the Serengeti 
  • Run on the African philosophy of Ubuntu – generosity, consideration and humaneness 
  • Beds are typically two singles or a double while triples are available on request 
  • One family tent included in the 8 tents 
  • True safari experience with safari bucket showers ("pukka") in the en-suite bathrooms 

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From$466per person
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Location

Serengeti National Park, 1000

Popular Facilities

  • Restaurant
  • Laundry Service Available
  • Solar & Generator Power

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