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Nasikia Our Camps
Nasikia Mobile Migration Camp is strategically placed to offer you a firsthand experience of the great migration of the wildebeest. This mobile camp follows the Great Wildebeest Migration and other amazing wildlife on offer from Ndutu in the Ngorongoro Conservation Area to the northern plains of the Serengeti National Park. By remaining a mobile camp, we are able to offer these two areas that are the jewel in the crown for African wildlife viewing and game driving – the highlights of East Africa.
  • Season Dates:
    01 December – 31 March (Ndutu, Ngorongoro) and 01 July – 31 October (Bolongonja, Northern Serengeti)
Located in the heart of Tarangire, our Tarangire Ndovu Camp offer private experiences for outdoor lovers while still being able to them offer comfort and value for money. With our 7 spacious en-suite tents, a lounge area, fine bush cuisine (prepared using fresh produce from all over Tanzania) and well-trained staff, this intimate camp offers a completely different African experience that can be as romantic, peaceful or sociable as you wish.
  • Season Dates:
    Open: 15 June – 31 Oct only
Experience the wonders of wild Africa!
Located on an elevated viewing point in a particularly stunning area of the Serengeti, Naona Moru Camp allows for drive in and game package clients to explore the resident and migratory wild game all year round. The landscape pans from the great southern plains of the Serengeti into the central hub of the most famous national park in Africa, close to Seronera Airstrip. The tented suites cater for honeymooners with private bush dinners, a small group of friends and even families with large tents to place bedding for two adults and up to three children.

Season Dates:
All Year Round
coming soon
Enjoy the most incredible views of UNESCO’s 8th Wonder of the World and a home to exotic residents, from the rhinoceros to the crowned crane. This upcoming tented camp will ensure that your African experience is authentic, personal, sustainable and local, yet in tune with the wonders of the world’s largest unflooded and unbroken caldera.
'Coo!' from the Mourning Dove outside as they flutter in the dew. 'Snuffle! Splutter! Grunt! Honk!' before the Splash! and Shake! from the Blue Wildebeest as they run the gauntlet of the Mara River.