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Serengeti National Park


SET BEFORE THE TOWERING BACKDROP OF KILIMANJARO, THIS IS AFRICA AT ITS MOST MAGNIFICENT. ACROSS THE VAST PLAINS OF THE NGORONGORO CRATER AND THE SERENGETI, THE GRAND SPECTACLE OF THE GREAT MIGRATIONS SHOWCASE A LAND OF EXQUISITE BEAUTY.


Tanzania is a land of staggering diversity, from the expansive plains of the Serengeti and the game rich landscapes of the Ngorongoro Crater, to the remote beauty of Selous and Ruaha. This is a country of raw majesty and idyllic sandy beaches where the ever marching migration roams the golden vistas.


SERENGETI NATIONAL PARK Tanzania’s oldest game park, a vast expanse of seemingly endless plains covering nearly 15,000 sq km. Boasting practically every species on the continent, the Serengeti is famous for its huge concentrations of wildlife, especially the big cats, as well as being the stomping ground of the unforgettable great migrations.


THE WILDEBEEST MIGRATION One of Africa’s most electrifying spectacles, the annual migrations across the Serengeti and the Masai Mara (normally starting around the end of May) sees game in their thousands moving across the plains in search of fresh grazing land, an incredible journey that brings with it predators in their hundreds.


GRUMETI RIVER CAMP, SERENGETI Situated in a remote valley along the western corridor of the Serengeti National Park, this exceptional camp has 10 luxurious tents overlooking a tributary of the Grumeti River, offering an exclusive vantage point for the migrations. With en suite facilities and dazzling interiors, this is a slice of stylish African decadence.


NGORONGORO CONSERVATION AREA The world’s largest intact collapsed volcano, Ngorongoro Crater is a World Heritage Site and the stalking ground of around 25,000 wild animals. Although animals are free to move in and out of the crater, the rich volcanic soil and spring lakes tend to incline grazers and predators to remain here throughout the year.


NGORONGORO CRATER LODGE Perched on the edge of Ngorongoro’s famous rim, this stylish lodge is inspired by the design of traditional Masai manyattas. Comprising of 30 intimate suites with stunning crater views, private viewing decks and spacious en suite bathrooms make this an enticing place to enjoy one of nature’s greatest settings.


LAKE MANYARA NATIONAL PARK A UNESCO Biosphere Reserve, Lake Manyara lies at the base of the Manyara Escarpment on the edge of the Rift Valley, its shallow alkaline lake is home to an incredible variety of birdlife. Home to thousands of pink flamingos, it is also famed for its tree climbing lions and the world’s largest concentration of baboons.


LAKE MANYARA TREE LODGE Set in the heart of a mahogany forest, Lake Manyara Tree Lodge offers 10 intimate and romantic tree-house suites, with en suite facilities, outdoor showers and private viewing decks overlooking the forest. The lodge also boasts a pool and forest boma.


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