Located in the remote Western Corridor of the Serengeti, Grumeti is situated on a by-water of the Grumeti River, known for its dramatic wildebeest crossing and enormous Nile crocodiles. Tucked into a strip of riverine, guests thrill to the antics of the hippo in the tranquil pool in front of the camp and the spectacular monkey, found nowhere else in the Serengeti.
Meals can be enjoyed on an extensive deck with beautiful views towards the river, while the dining area opens up to a traditional African boma, where dinner is served beneath a billion stars. Traditional fires are known as jikos and outdoor oven produce mouth-watering aromas, while the sounds of the African night provides a gentle backdrop to tales of the day's safaris.
Game drives from the camp can expect to encounter large lion prides and clans of hyena up to a hundred strong, as well as great herds of Tanzania's annual Great Migration. Each year, the masses of wildebeest and zebra cross the waters of the Grumeti River, home to some of Africa's largest crocodile, in search of fresh grazing grounds.