Osupuko Tented Lodge Serengeti
Details of Osupuko Tented Lodge Serengeti
Osupuko Camp has 10 spacious luxury mobile tents which are accessible to the disabled. These are well appointed and have comfortable and colourful soft furnishings and a verandah lounge. Each tent has its own en-suite bathroom with flushing toilet, a wash basin with hot water at all times and a camping shower. Complementary toiletries are available. 24 hour electricity is provided by solar power, lights go off at 11pm and so torches are provided.
Facilities include a writing table, reading lights, both in bed and at the writing table, mosquito screens, charging facilitiesand a half litre of complimentary mineral water per person per day. Complimentary tea and coffee is also available all day.
The main mess tent houses the restaurant and bar. Special dietary requirements are catered for (e.g. vegetarian, gluten free) with advance notification. Picnic baskets can be made up on request.
There is a library and games area, internet facilities, a cosy lounge and a central fire place for evening sundowners.
The Camp can provide laundry services and baby-sitting and children’s menus.
Osupuko Lodge is a great central location from which to go on game drives, and take nature walks or go on a hot air balloon safari.
The transformation from the Acacia woodlands to the plains grassland gives a unique experience for early morning game drives when both predators and their prey are resuming their usual daylight activities.
The camp is not far from Moru Kopjes where Rhinos are easily spotted and it is strategically located on one of the main migration corridors where millions of wildebeest and hundreds of thousands of zebras and gazelles migrate annually, accompanied by predators.
Short OverviewThis mobile luxury camp is located on the scenic slopes of the Rongai Hills in central Serengeti. The camp overlooks the Seronera Valley which is home to most of the cats found in the Serengeti and there are plenty of other resident wild animals including giraffes, zebras, gazelles, warthogs, baboons, and monkeys, to name but a few.
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