Suyan Camp operates in a very different way to most of the other camps in the Serengeti. Firstly, it is not in the Serengeti National Park itself but in the Loliondo Game Controlled Area, which is part of the massive Serengeti eco-system. This gives the camp freedom of movement throughout the area due to their partnership agreements with Maasai villages. And while National Park rules do not allow activities such as night drives and walking safaris, these are all possible in Loliondo.
Accommodation consists of just 5 guest tents, so you can certainly get away from the throngs of tourists and enjoy your own private piece of the Serengeti ecosystem. Each tent has a well-equipped bathroom with hot running water (a luxury in this part of the world!) and a private verandah from which you can gaze out over the plains. There is also a common area where wining and dining takes place, with gourmet food and five-star service.
The Great Migrating Camp!
Instead of the animals migrating to you, you find the animals at Suyan Camp! This mobile camp changes its position a few times a year to ensure your game viewing experience is always out of this world. Suyan Camp moves once a year between southern Loliondo (Piyaya village land) and northern Loliondo (Soit Sambu and Ololosokwan village land), following patterns of rain and animal movement in the area. The large, private concession areas allow you to meet the nomadic Maasai tribe, offer breathtaking landscapes: the towering Gol Mountains, the deep Sanjan and Olkarien Gorges, wild bush with roaming elephants and the active Ol Donyno Lengai volcano. Whenever and wherever you go, it will be fantastic!