Kenzan Mobile Camp

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Details of Kenzan Mobile Camp

Set up at Togoro 1 east central of Serengeti National Park provides easy game drives to most of the Serengeti areas. In a day’s drive you can reach Moru Kopjes, Maasai Kopjes with the rock paintings and N’gong rocks to the south, Grummeti river and the Western Corridor, Retima Hippo pool and even Lobo area to the north. A large camp with 18 large guest tents including a family tent unit and a dinning tent.

Each guest tent has an en-suit bathroom with shower, vanity desk, flush toilet a king size bed or 2 twin beds fitted with mosquito nets. A large dinning tent perfect for our clients to meet and exchange their daily game drive experiences. The camp fire is always available depending on the weather. The camp operates as from 01st June to 3oth November and moves to Ndutu South of Serengeti where it operates as from 01stDecember to 31st March.  

Short Overview

Kenzan is a semi-permanent mobile camp strategically located every season in Serengeti National Park to give the guests a closer view of the migration.

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