The Sanctuary Kichakani Serengeti Camp in Tanzania is based in three set locations across the Serengeti, and invites guests to intimately experience the movement of a million-plus wildebeest and zebra as they follow the fresh grasses across the Serengeti plains during the annual migration cycle.
The camp is intimate, with just ten luxury safari tents, all with wooden decks, en-suite bathrooms and indoor bucket showers. The tents are elegantly furnished with portable cabinets and desks and feature electric outlets and a hairdryer. The common area is made up of a central canopied area where the main tent flows into lounges, dining wings, and a bar, all with sides that can be opened to reveal panoramic views of the beautiful surroundings. Meals are prepared by the camp chef and consist of international flavours and traditional dishes. Guests can go on full-day bush safaris and game drives with experienced guides, and bird watchers will be enchanted by the wide variety of bird species.