At Nasikia Mobile Migration Camp, we have 11 tents that remain mobile throughout the year, depending on seasonal reservation requirements and location of the wildebeest migration. We endeavour to retain the uniqueness and intimacy of the camp, whilst being directed by the location, wildlife and other factors of responsible tourism. 01 December – 31 March – located in the Small Marsh area of Ndutu, in the Ngorongoro Conservation Area. This puts us in the heart of the migration herds as they gather together to feed on fresh and nutritious grass, ready to give birth.  This calving season is an incredible time – new life is breathed into these far southern plains – and there is incredible predator activity as a result. This is typically ideal, especially between late-January and late-February each year.

Each tent is 12m long by 4m wide made from well known heavy duty safari rip-stop canvas made locally at Morogoro, southern Tanzania, plus the additional cooling feature of shade-clothing over the entire tent. You are met at the entrance by a patio area with chairs and side tables for relaxing when you have a moment. The front of the tents zips fully open, including a layer of mosquito netting and the rip-stop canvas (which zips completely closed) with both layers. Once you step into the tent into the bedroom area, you will see an arrangement of unique furniture like sideboard and chair, storage chest (with extra blankets), carpet, an umbrella and laundry bag, luggage racks, torch/whistle/camp information folder, bedside tables, bed footers and beds (depending on room configuration). All the fittings depict colours in natural tones to adhere to the intrinsic area we are located. We offer double (even a honeymoon option), twin, single, triple, and family (quad) tents and each bed is fully netted for custom made protection from mosquitoes and insects. The beds are fitted with imported cotton sheets, double pillows, duvets, and bed runners for your comfort.

The tents have netted windows down each side of the tent which you can fully open with only the canvas remaining at all times with the mosquito netting stitched strongly into the actual tent. Then comes the bathroom area, which can be accessed directly from the bedroom with a separate doorway. Once inside, there is a bathroom stand with a ceramic wash basin with running water via stylish taps, a mirror, a supply of natural based bathroom products, and linen to suit. This area also displays a woven grass mat and clothes rack. Within this area, there are additional toilet and shower areas for privacy. Inside the toilet area is a ceramic flushing toilet, encased in a wooden frame for stability. Inside the shower area, is a stand for washing behind a shower curtain under a 20 litre PVC bucket erected on a pulley system as required. From the entrance of the bedroom and onto the bathroom, each tent is fitted with an extensive solar lighting system for your convenience.

Dinner Tent in (Ndutu NCAA)

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At a Glance


  • 11 mobile tents (including a two-bedroom family tent)
  • Children: aged 5 and up
  • Potential for disabled guests (please contact us)
  • Solar & generator power
  • Battery-charging facilities
  • Wifi available


  • Morning and evening game drives
  • Bush breakfasts. picnics & dinners
  • Community & cultural visits
  • Walking Safari
  • Hot-air balloon safaris (at an additional cost)


  • Ndutu airstrip 25 mins from the camp


  • High Season: 01 December – 31 March (Ndutu)
  • Closed: 01 April – 31 May


  • December to March


  • Families with children aged five and older are warmly welcome


Nasikia Mobile Camp follows the Great Wildebeest migration, as well as other wildlife from the Ngorongoro Conservation Area to the Serengeti National Park. By being mobile, the camps are able to offer the best wildlife viewing. There are 10-12 tents that are 12m by 4m, each with a cooling feature of shade-clothing over the tent.

Nasikia Mobile Camp moves between three locations through the year, except for April and May. From December to March, the camps are in the southern Serengeti and can be reached by road or Ndutu Airstrip. From July to October the camp is in northern Serengeti and can be reached by road or Lobo/Kogatende Airstrip.

Things to do


Wildlife viewing and bird watching game drives within the central Serengeti are offered twice per day. Experienced guides encourage guests to see and experience the Serengeti through their eyes, sharing a world of small and large wonders that only they truly know and understand.


Balloon safaris are a romantic and evocative way of experiencing the wilderness of East Africa, as you silently fly over the plains teeming with herds of wildlife in the early morning. Typically, a balloon safari begins around 6 am and lasts for around 1-2 hours. Balloon safaris (additional cost) in the Serengeti take off from designated sites in the nearby Seronera area. The safari is followed by a champagne breakfast in the bush, a fitting end to a memorable flight in the wild.


The adventure starts here! Kaskaz Camp welcomes children 6 yrs. and over. We guarantee a private safari vehicle to families of 4 more during the low season, but during high season families with children under 12 are obliged to use a private game-viewing vehicle at extra cost. Our bush guides have a wealth of insightful experience and they will fascinate you and your children with bush-wise facts, wildlife know-how, games, local customs and incredible stories of life in the wilderness.


Explore the intriguing wilderness on foot with our in-house armed walking guide; follow the tracks, smell the herds on the breeze and hear the crunch of fauna underfoot.Ideally these are at dawn and dusk, before and after the heat and stillness which prevails around the middle of the day when the animals (and most people) take a rest. Our bush guides have a wealth of insightful experience and they will fascinate you with bush-wise facts, wildlife know-how, local customs and incredible stories of life in the wilderness.


What to see in












Wild Dog

Black Rhino


Common Ostrich


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  • Nasikia Camps! was – by far- our favourite spot and a true slice of heaven.

    Stefan B


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