Chaka Tented Camp - Kiota

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Details of Chaka Tented Camp - Kiota

 

Chaka Camp, designed to be lightweight enough to move seasonally, is located in the Ndutu area from December through March. The camp relocates to Western Serengeti from May through June, and again to Northern Serengeti from July through November.

ACCOMMODATION

  • 9 ensuite tents accommodating up to 2 adults and 2 children (8 meters x 4 meters)
  • Private, shaded verandah overlooking the Serengeti ecosystem (2 meters x 4 meters)
  • Ensuite bathroom with wardrobe, flush toilets
  • Writing desk
  • Electric lighting

DINING AND LIVING TENT

  • One large tent with living and dining areas (8 meters x 8 meters)
  • Bar and small library
  • Front verandah
  • Separate restroom tent for the dining area
  • Nearby fire pit for evening campfires

AMENITIES

  • Electricity: Solar-powered, with UK plug points in the dining tent and bedrooms
  • Morning coffee and tea at your tent’s verandah overlooking the Serengeti ecosystem
  • Complimentary drinking water
  • Welcome drink
  • Chef with eight years of experience as head chef at a high-end tented camp
  • Most dietary requests can be accommodated
  • Ensuite bedroom tents
  • Cell phone network available in certain areas of the camp

A STAY WITH US INCLUDES

  • Ensuite accommodation
  • Breakfast, lunch, dinner and afternoon tea
  • Drinking water
  • National Park or Conservation Area camping fees (USD 50 per adult per night)

A STAY WITH US EXCLUDES

  • Laundry services (available for an additional fee)
  • Ngorongoro and Serengeti Park entry fees
  • Game drives
  • Airstrip transfers

CAMP CLOSURE

The camp is closed from April 1 through May 20 each year.

TEMPERATURES AND CLIMATE

Just south of the equator, Tanzania’s climate is fairly constant year-round. Tanzania has a light rain season known as the ‘short rains’ from November to February. The ‘long rains’ generally occur between mid-March and mid-May.

Short Overview

Chaka Camp is a semi-permanent camp located in the Serengeti ecosystem. With just nine tents, Chaka – meaning ‘bush’ in Swahili – offers an authentic and intimate bush experience in the middle of the Serengeti wilderness. Chaka Camp follows the wildebeest migration, covering hundreds of kilometers as it moves seasonally around the Serengeti.

  • Family friendlyFamily friendly
  • In national parkIn national park
  • InternetInternet
  • Small LodgeSmall Lodge

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