An all-inclusive Serengeti Sojourn experience.FIND OUT MORE
The absolute premier wildlife-viewing experience, Serengeti Sojourn offers guests the once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to witness the Great Migration up close. The elite tented camp moves during the year, in order to follow the migration, and is stationed in either the Ndutu or Togoro region. This all-inclusive experience is the kind of safari holiday that dreams are made of.
Your out-of-Africa experience
The moving camp is located in the Ndutu region from December to March and the Togoro area from June to October, both offering exquisite viewing.
- Check In 12:00
- Check out 10:00
Serengeti Sojourn Mobile Camp
Serengeti National Park, Serengeti, Tanzania, 0000
SERVICES AND FACILITIES
- Wi-Fi Throughout the camp.
- Welcome refreshment Cool towels and a complimentary beverage.
- Daily turndown service Complimentary turndown.
- Personal Valet To look after guests’ tent.
- Dining Tent Where guests congregate for meals.
- Solar power throughout A sustainable solution for this experience.
- Laundry Service Complimentary for guest convenience.
- Communal lounge tent Library, board games and comfortable sofas.
The Great Migration
There is arguably no greater spectacle to be observed in Africa than the Great Migration.Find out more
A lovely dining tent sets the location, but occasional bush meals are served near to the camp and camp-fires are lit when conditions allow, adding a vibrant atmosphere.ENQUIRE NOW
Ensuring that children have an equally thrilling taste of Africa, the Rafiki Explorer Club is offered as an added value to families travelling with children aged six to fifteen.ENQUIRE NOW
Serengeti Sojourn – Ndutu
From mid-December to the end of March, the camp is located in the Ndutu region, on a hilltop site – the perfect location from which to witness the migration and the wonders of the calving season. From this vantage point, stunning views of Lake Ndutu and iridescent sunsets can be absorbed too.
Serengeti Sojourn – Togoro
From the start of June to the end of October, the camp is located in the Togoro area, specifically Togoro 1, a 45-minute game drive from the Seronera airstrip. Migration herds spend ample time in the Togoro area before heading further north into Kogatende. The area is also well-known for its great sightings of cats and there are several kopjes (small hills) which provide spectacular viewing points.
- 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 services can be arranged by request at the time of reservation, at an additional cost
RAFIKI EXPLORER CLUB
Ensuring that children have an equally thrilling taste of Africa, the Rafiki Explorer Club is offered as an added value to families travelling with children aged six to 15. These special guests become members of this club to keep them involved and entertained during their visit. The club is based at the camp and includes learning activities such as footprint tracking, animal-call identification, cooking and traditional African board games, to name a few. Children will have the delight of meeting Rafiki and his team who live at the camp. They will further be given an exciting hamper of gifts, including:
- A custom-designed bag
- A personalised activity book packed with fun puzzles, games and wildlife lists
- Coloured pencils
- A baseball cap with Rafiki embroidered on the front
- A set of postcards
To ensure that you have a comfortable and memorable safari experience, we recommend that you include the following items when packing:
- Light-weight clothing
- Warm clothing, including items such as a jacket, scarf, and beanie
- Avoid black and blue clothing as these have a tendency to attract insects
- Waterproof jacket
- Insect repellent
- Small flashlight
Don’t hesitate to reach out to us if you need further info.
The dining tent sets the location where personalised meals are served. Occasional bush meals are served near the camp and private dining can also be arranged on request. With advance notice, special dietary and drink requirements can be catered for.
It is recommended that guests pack in insect (particularly mosquito) repellent and anti-itch or antihistamine cream. It is advisable that guests contact their local travel clinic for advice on Malaria and Yellow Fever precautions and any other precautionary measures for visits to this region.
The Serengeti ecosystem is a geographical region in Africa, spanning northern Tanzania. The protected area within the region includes approximately 30 000 km² of land, including the Serengeti National Park and several game reserves.
The southern Ndutu region – located in Tanzania, on the border of Serengeti National Park and Ngorongoro Conservation Area – is predominantly characterised by sweeping grasslands and 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.
Average Day Temperatures:
29˚C (December to March)
28˚C (April to May)
27˚C (June to September)
29˚C (October to November)
What our clients say
The tent had everything we needed including warm water for our shower. The food was excellent and very plentiful and we really enjoyed the informal set up with the chance to sit at meals and converse with our wonderful guide/driver. Another special experience was sitting round the fire pit as the sun went down chatting with the other guests.Lavarcham
Absolutely loved our stay at this camp! The staff were so friendly and helpful, making us feel welcome immediately.Lucy Taylor
We did a 10 day safari around Tanzania and this was our last stay; it was also the best. A truly amazing safari experience in a luxury tent. Much better than all the lodges. We loved our stay, the camp fire, the sunset, the incredible service and we were very sad to leave.Rachael U
Agent rates’ application forms
Agents and operators can apply for STO rates through the link below, or download the Serengeti Sojourn fact sheet/brochure and imagery.