Ndutu Under Canvas Safari Camp

Details

Details of Ndutu Under Canvas Safari Camp

This luxurious tented camp enables guests to be within reach of the Great Migration and to explore remote, beautiful corners of the Serengeti with excellent resident game. This seasonal camp is intimate and exclusive, offering the most spacious safari tents, each with double bed, en suite bathroom, separate portable WC and a bucket shower.

TENTS:

Only ten tents at the campsite. Enjoy the exclusivity of absolute comfort combined with the authenticity of nights spent in the African bush

GENERAL INFORMATION
• All tents have large kings size bed or twin bed
• Each tent has shower, hand basin and flush toilet
• Lighting supplied by solar lights
• Mess Tent
• Lounge Tent
• Fully inclusive of all meals and beverages

Short Overview

The mobile camp has three different locations during the year according to the movement of the wildlife, allowing guests to be located close to the Migration.
From December to March the camp will be located in the southern plains, from June to July the camp will be located in the western corridor and from August to November in the north, offering guests the best possible experience of a traditional Mobile Classic Safari Camp. Nevertheless, the location is determined by the movements of the Migration.

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