Tanzania Wildcamps: Experience African Safari Camps First-hand

August 6, 2014 at 10:04 pm Leave a comment

Tanzania is a country rich in biodiversity with over a third of its land area set aside for conservation. It is home to 16 national parks and various game and forest reserves. Choosing to experience this diversity with a wildlife safari camp brings the adventurer closer to the heart of Africa’s varied ecology.

Our camps are set up in the heart of some of Tanzania’s beautiful offerings. Each of our camps boast spacious tents that are each equipped with private showers, 2 king-sized beds, a verandah, writing table and chairs, and mosquito nets. Our Ikoma camp also offers bandas (round traditional houses). Each tent or banda accommodates 2 persons. Our camps also offer solar powered lighting, a water heater for hot showers, radio communications, and a dining tent.

Serengeti Wildcamp

The Serengeti is a vast ecologically diverse area that stretches across northern Tanzania and southwest Kenya. The Serengeti, which means “endless plain” in Maasai, hosts the largest animal migration in the world. It is home to 70 different species of large mammals, over 500 species of birds, and a host of other animals. Located in the heart of the Serengeti National Park in the Seronero area is the Serengeti wildcamp. It is 45 km from the south gate of the park. This mobile camp consists of 18 spacious tents. We offer balloon safaris of the Serengeti and excursions to the Lobo area, which is one of the natural pathways for the yearly migration of wildebeests.

Ikoma Wildcamp

The Ikoma wildcamp is located just outside Serengeti National park in the Grumeti Game Reserve and Ikoma Game controlled area. It is a permanent camp offering 10 comfortable tents and 7 bandas (round traditional houses) each with amazing views of the surrounding savannah and wildlife. Between August and October you can even observe the world-famous East-African migration of wildebeest with over 2 million animals moving between the Massai Mara and the Serengeti—right from your tent or banda! We offer day and night game walks and drives with expert guides and a beautiful circular walk by the Grumeti river.

Ngorongoro Wildcamp

The Ngorongoro volcanic crater at 20 km across is a breathtaking natural wonder. It is the jewel of the Ngorongoro Conservation Area, which was accorded the status of a World Heritage site. Here in the Karatu area is the Ngorongoro Wildcamp. This mobile camp offers 20 comfortable tents for its guests. Here you can experience a balloon safari in the Ngorongoro Crater as well as excursions to see the natural pathways of the yearly migration of wildebeests.

We guarantee that time spent on a wildlife safari camp is an exciting and unique way to experience the mystery and the beauty of the Dark Continent.

Experience the magic of Tanzania with Zara Tours.

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