Serengeti Migration Camp

Address: Northern Corridor, Serengeti National Park, Tanzania | 5 star lodge
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This 5 star lodge is located on Northern Corridor, Serengeti National Park.
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          • Swimming pool
          • Restaurant
          • Bar/lounge


          • Free High-Speed Internet
          • Wheelchair accessibility
          • Free parking


          • Suites


          • Room service
          • Continental Breakfast
          • Kids activities or Babysitting

          TravelPod Member ReviewsSerengeti Migration Camp Serengeti National Park

          Reviewed by africaninsights


          Reviewed Oct 10, 2015
          by (2 reviews) , Tanzania Flag of Tanzania

          The best place to wait for the migration dream to come to reality and see the real and rear actions of the event ,we followed the trails but our mind knew we had a home.

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          Serengeti National Park, Tanzania

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          TripAdvisor Reviews Serengeti Migration Camp Serengeti National Park

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          Travel Blogs from Serengeti National Park


          A travel blog entry by stevegrace on Oct 01, 2015

          15 photos

          ... and cubs were moving
          around a bit which caught the attention of the nearby buffalo herd who decided
          to make their displeasure noted. They all slowly advanced towards the pride but
          stopped some distance away.

          This was the cue for the zebras,
          gazelles and giraffes to get the hell out of there – and they rapidly

          An advance party of large buffalo
          lined up across the front of the herd which made a mock charge towards ...

          Ngorongoro Crater, Tanzania

          A travel blog entry by some-beach on Sep 11, 2015

          11 photos

          Up at 5:15 for our drive into the crater. This is a long extinct volcano that contains it's own ecosystem. The animals living there never migrate since their needs are met year round. It was a long ride up to the rim and then down to the floor of the caldera. It was cold in early morning and a mist hung in the crater. It was nothing like we pictured ...

          Serengeti, Ngorongoro & Tarangire

          A travel blog entry by chrisphil on Aug 30, 2015

          4 comments, 20 photos

          ... to steal food but i was sure it was a Lioness (we would see hyenas roaming around the kitchen later as well) I was a bit shacken and scared and gave Philippe and Alex a lecture and a hard time for leaving me alone by myself!! Even in a camp.. Grrrr. ;-(

          The next day we drive to a place called 'Moru', it's a beautiful place, the vegetation is more sparse, the grass is long and yellow as we are in the dry season, and the view is endless plains until the horizon, ...

          Masai Village and Cradle of Mankind

          A travel blog entry by eoinshirl on Jul 20, 2015

          20 photos

          ... the village, we had the opportunity to visit the kindergarten, where the children were being treated with lollies provided they stayed in one spot and recited numbers up to 10 in English.

          Once leaving the Masai Village, we continued to head north, stopping at Oldupai Gorge. Shirley in particular was looking forward to visiting this place as it had been a focus of one of her anthropology papers at University. Oldupai Gorge holds the earliest evidence of ...

          Kenya: The Serengeti and Ngorogoro Crater

          A travel blog entry by jackandgeorgia on Mar 05, 2015

          20 photos

          Hyenas kept us up in the night and their tracks were all over camp in the morning. We had a slow, cold start with lots of gazelles, zebra and wildebeest, until we came across vultures finishing off a wildebeest carcass. Hyenas joined them to finish off the skin and bones; gross but fascinating. Later on in the morning we spotted the ears of a cheetah in the long grass, watching a herd of wildebeest on the move. We ...

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          Serengeti National Park, Tanzania