Serengeti Explorer Camp Menu

The absolute premier game experience, Serengeti Explorer Camp offers guests the once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to merge with nature and witness wildlife up close, in a setting quite unlike any other, raw Africa; Serengeti National Park. Following the seasonal rainfall, over one million white-bearded wildebeest and other species migrate from Masai Mara in Kenya to Serengeti in Tanzania on an annual basis, offering spectacular game viewing opportunities.

Uniquely, the elite tented camp moves twice a year within the national park to ensure the best possible sightings of this phenomenon. From mid-December to the end of March, the camp is located in the Ndutu region, the perfect site from which to witness the migration and the wonders of calving season. From the start of June to the end of October, the camp is located in the Lobo area, in proximity to both the Grumeti and Mara River, which offers equally sensational viewings of the migration and convenient access to the Lobo Airstrip. Serengeti Explorer Camp is not operational during the months of April, May and November, as well as early December.

General Information

Check-in and Check-out Times:
Check-in: 13H00
Check-out: 10H00

Child Policy
  • Children six years of age or older are welcome
  • Children under six years of age can be accommodated if the whole camp is booked on an exclusive basis
  • A third bed can be accommodated in deluxe tents at an extra charge
  • Child minding service can be arranged by request at the time of reservation, at an additional cost

Camp Location: Ndutu, Southern Serengeti (15 December to 31 March)

  • Nearest Airstrip: Seronera Airstrip (60-minute drive to camp, excluding game viewing en route)
  • 380 km from camp to Arusha city centre


Camp Location: Lobo, Northern Serengeti (1 June to 31 October)

  • Nearest Airstrip: Lobo Airstrip (30-minute drive to camp, excluding game viewing en route)
  • 500 km from camp to Arusha city centre

Average Day Temperatures:
29 ˚C (December to March)
28 ˚C (April to May)
27 ˚C (June to September)
29 ˚C (October to November)

24-hour electricity with solar panels and inverters.
Solar powered LED lighting.

Euro (EUR), US Dollar (USD), Tanzanian Shilling (TZS)
All credit cards are accepted.
No cheques accepted.

What to Pack
  • Light-weight clothing
  • Warm clothing, including items such as a jacket, scarf and beanie
  • Waterproof jacket
  • Hat
  • Sunblock
  • Sunglasses
  • Insect repellent
  • Small flashlight
  • Binoculars
  • Camera

It is recommended that guests pack in insect (particularly, mosquito) repellent and anti-itch or antihistamine cream. The necessary precautionary measures to protect oneself from Malaria must also be taken. Visitors to Tanzania are required to have a Yellow Fever vaccine and to present the certificate (or certificate of exemption from a medical professional) upon entering the country. It is further recommended that guests contact their local travel clinic for advice on the necessary precautionary measures for visits to this region.

About Serengeti

Serengeti migration area, otherwise known as the greater Serengeti area, comprises Serengeti National Park, in Tanzania and Masai Mara Game Reserve to the north, in Kenya, among other game reserves and conservation areas. The southern, Ndutu region – located in Tanzania, on the border of Serengeti National Park and Ngorongoro Conservation Area – is predominantly characterised by sweeping grasslands but further boasts forests around Lake Ndutu. The northern, Lobo region – also located in Tanzania, but closer to the Kenyan border – is typically defined by its hilly and wooded landscape.

The climate in the Serengeti is mostly warm and dry although evenings can be chilly, especially during cooler months of the year, from June to October. The main rainy season takes place from March to May, but lighter rains also fall from October to November. When the lush vegetation dries up some time after the rains, animals seek out waters, driving migration patterns.

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The Serengeti Explorer Camp comprises twelve tents in total, each decorated exceptionally with both luxury and comfort in mind, thus allowing guests to explore the best of nature in style. The tents are spacious, well-appointed and offer a great sense of privacy, catering to couples and families. The accommodation and service both live up to impeccable standards and take "glamping" to the next level.

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Services & Facilities at Serengeti Explorer Camp

Cooled towels and complimentary beverage on arrival

Daily turndown service


Laundry service (at an additional charge)


Shoe cleaning service


Personal valet to look after guests’ tent


Solar power throughout


Separate, communal lounge tent with library, board games, comfortable sofas made from reclaimed wood and a fully stocked bar

Special Requests

For any special requests, kindly contact us directly and we will gladly assist.


Perfectly complementing the overall Serengeti experience, dining is likewise a special occasion at these camps – glorious cuisine in a dream setting. A lovely dining tent sets the location where personalised meals are served. Occasional bush meals are served near to the camp, and camp-fires are lit when conditions allow, adding a vibrant atmosphere. Private dining can also be arranged on request.

With advance notice, special dietary and drink requirements can be catered to, and children may be provided with meals tailored to their likes and dislikes.

As visits to Serengeti Explorer Camp are offered on a partial all-inclusive basis, all meals, soft drinks, domestic beer and house wines are included in the price. Spirits, premium wine, champagne and other drinks are available at an additional cost.


Not only is Serengeti National Park rich in game viewing opportunities, but it offers a number of adventurous activities for adults and children that are bound to add to the excellent memories made at the Serengeti National Park.

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Tel: +27 21 427 5900
Fax: +27 21 427 5901

Camp Location: Ndutu, Southern Serengeti (15 December to 31 March)

  • Nearest Airstrip: Seronera Airstrip (60-minute drive to camp, excluding game viewing en route)
  • 380 km from camp to Arusha city centre


Camp Location: Lobo, Northern Serengeti (1 June to 31 October)

  • Nearest Airstrip: Lobo Airstrip (30-minute drive to camp, excluding game viewing en route)
  • 500 km from camp to Arusha city centre

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