&Beyond Klein’s Camp

Enchanting, relaxing, and quiet: &Beyond Klein’s Camp is an unaffected paradise, located in a remote corner of the Serengeti. Discover this area by safari vehicle (also by night) or on foot – and be sure you take time to meet the local Maasai residents.

Four Seasons Serengeti

Indulge yourself with great game drives, spa treatments, a cocktail bar with the best possible views, a gourmet food experience as well as many excursions options and more. Get ready for an immersive safari experience at the Four Seasons Serengeti.

One Nature Nyaruswiga

Where all the splendors of the Serengeti come together – lush land, wildlife and opulent accommodation – is an exclusive lodge. A warm place for families, couples and groups, and perfect for everlasting memories: welcome to One Nature Nyaruswiga.

Retine Hippo Pool

You’re bound to stumble across hippos at other Serengeti watering holes, but nothing can compare to the spectacle of the Retina Hippo Pool in Central Serengeti. Situated where the Seronera and Orangi rivers converge, the Retina Hippo Pool consists of a deep puddle of water with roughly 200 sloshing, playing hippos.

Some former visitors noted that the smell can be somewhat overwhelming – they are animals, after all – but that’s hardly a deterrent. You’ll see plenty of hippos (and possibly some herons and Nile crocodiles) to snap photos of, but remember that these creatures are very large and very dangeous, so it’s best to keep your distance. Also, consider visiting during the dry season (between July and November) when more hippos are exposed due to the pool’s lower water levels.

The Great Migration

“The greatest wildlife spectacle on earth”

Thundering hooves, clouds of dust and the snorts of thousands of wildebeests, one of the greatest wildlife spectacles on earth, The Great Migration is at full spin.

Every year over 1.5 million wildebeest, accompanied by 400.000 zebra and 200.000 gazelles follow the rains into Kenya. Their journey led them trough the Serengeti in Tanzania all the way to the Masai Mara, Kenya.
While avoiding the snapping jaws of giant crocodiles the next danger can be lurking on the river banks. Lions, leopards and other predators are waiting for their piece of the pie.

Every day is a new adventure, new possibilities and new drama.

River crossings can happen all year round but the peak season from July to October is when the big herds will move clockwise into the Mara.

The adventure of a lifetime is ahead of you. Time to grab the wheel and create life changing memories…

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