Angata Migration Camp

Details

Details of Angata Migration Camp

TENTS:

Angata Migration Camp consists of 12 canvas Tents that are furnished according to your needs with either single, twin or double beds.

Each Tent is equipped with a mosquito net and has a bathroom with a shower.

Coffee, tea and water are also provided and guests can relax in front of their Tents and just enjoy the sounds of the bush. Meals are served in the mess tent and guests can visit other guests in the lounge tent or by the fire at night.

Short Overview

From December 'till March Ang'ata Migration Camp is located at Ndutu 4 S/C with a view on Lake Ndutu.

Wildlife is abundant as we are situated on the Migrations route on the southern tip of the Serengeti.

Then it will move to Bolongoja 1 S/C in the northern Serengeti from July to December allowing easy access to Mara region and Mara River where you may get lucky and witness the famous Wildebeest crossing.

  • Family friendlyFamily friendly
  • In national parkIn national park

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