Nomad Serengeti Safari Camp

Lodge location Serengeti Migration Area

First row seats for the Great Migration.

Taking a whole new perspective on the term ‘glamping’ by adding extra luxury whilst also being conscious of the environment. Explore the beauty of the Serengeti plains and then relax with delicious dishes before settling within the comfort of your private tented accommodation. Each day brings a new adventure and a new memory at Nomad Serengeti Safari Camp.

At a glance

Wildlife great migration

Great Migration

A mobile camp that follows the Great Migration.
Hot air balloon

Take to the skies

Hot air balloon safaris available (additional cost).
Tented accommodation

Luxurious tented rooms

Just 6 spacious tents at the camp.
Safari game drive

Game drives

Safari game drives are included at Nomad Camp.
Safari bush walk

Explore on foot

Safari bush walks are included at Nomad.
Nearest airport

Nearest airport

Depends on camp location.
Child friendly

Bring the family

Children aged 8 and older are welcome.
Family rooms

Stay together

Nomad Serengeti has 1 family tent.
Wildlife elephant

Sensational wildlife

Located in Africa's most iconic park.

Cocktail ready

Nomad Serengeti has a bar tent!

Get as close to the migration action as possible

Nomad Serengeti Safari Camp brings the harmony and beauty of the grasslands to its beautifully designed canvas camp where you will have everything that you need. Designed so as not to disturb the beauty of the plains, it adds luxury to the term camping. Recline in the lounge and bar area of the main tent, with all sides open for incredible panoramic views of the Serengeti. Sip on a cocktail or whiskey from the fully stocked bar as you watch the African plains come alive with the wildlife that inhabits the area. If you fancy enjoying an evening with a glass of wine and your nose in a book, you can spend some time in the library tent that has a variety of volumes from different genres. You may even want to look through the pages of one of the informational volumes that have the history of the area and the animals that call it their home. You can enjoy your meals in either the indoor dining area or the outdoor area. You will get to taste the flavours of Africa from the onsite chefs who use local produce and watch the landscape whilst you eat. If you fancy taking part in a sundowner, you can head to the outdoor fireplace with its seating area. Take some snacks and drinks as you watch the sunset and the African night sky light up with the sparkling stars.

You will stay in one of the six open-plan Meru tents that each have en-suite bathrooms and have been designed to be environmentally conscious. Each tent is stylishly simple and made for supreme comfort. Each fitted with a large and luscious double bed, or the twin-room family tent, so you can look out over the beautiful plains from the comfort of your bed when you wake up and when you go to sleep. There is also a little open area at the front of the canvassed tent for you to take chairs out onto and enjoy the glorious views that surround you. The en-suite bathrooms are fitted with safari-style bucket showers and flushable eco-toilets for minimal environmental impact, whilst also providing hot water on demand.

Activities at Nomad Serengeti Safari Camp

Nomad Serengeti Safari Camp always seeks to find the best spot for witnessing the Great Migration where you will see thousands of wildebeest in herds as they travel across the Serengeti. As you ride in your 4x4, you will have the chance to see the plains dotted with creatures, and maybe even watch the dramas of predator against prey, giving you memories that you will never forget. You will also have the choice to go in shared or private vehicles during any game drives. With both options, you will have an expert guide who will take you to all the spots on the savannah that give the best opportunity to see wildlife. Learn about how to track different animals and herds, learn about the conservation of the area and have the chance to get up close with the magnificent creatures that inhabit the area.

Another great opportunity not to miss when you visit the Serengeti is to head out on a stargazing trip. Head out into the plains as the sunsets and watch the stars come alive in the African night sky. Learn all about the constellations and how to use the stars for navigation. If you want to see the grasslands from a unique vantage point, head out on a hot-air balloon safari (at an additional cost). You will soar in the sky amongst the birds and clouds, watch the herds and packs gallop across the plains before you enjoy a sumptuous bush breakfast upon landing.

Tripadvisor comments Nomad Serengeti Safari Camp

I last visited this camp 18 months ago, when it had a different manager and was set up right in the north of the Serengeti. I'm pleased to report that the camp is every bit as as good as it was previously; impeccable attention to detail, delicious food, ultra efficient and incredibly friendly staff. ... The sleeping tent is luxurious and the beds are most comfortable. I can also vouch for the waterproofness of the structure; the camp was subjected to a ferocious storm one night while we were there (which sounded like were sleeping under a waterfall) and there wasn't a hint of a leak. End of February and first half of March are interesting times to go - a lot of young animals around, and if you are lucky you might even see a calving wildebeest. Highly recommended!

from London, UK

We had an incredible 3 nights at the Serengeti Safari Camp. ... We loved every minute. Our second day he took us on an all day safari to see the wildebeest migration - what a treat! The camp was beautiful - frat scenery, spotless camp and tents, amazing food and service. We highly recommend Serengeti Safari Camp and Nomad Tanzania. Also, we had Nomad as a guide company for the Ngorongoro Crater. Sancoro was our guide and again, he was amazing! Wonderful day and experience. Can’t recommend this company enough.

from Mercer Island, WA