The vast Serengeti is also a World Heritage Site. Each area has something different to offer and the migration of wildebeest and zebra make the rounds according to the seasons and rainfall.


The most established accommodation in the southern Serengeti, owner operated Ndutu Lodge is the favored place for wildlife filmmakers and photographers. Situated in beautiful acacia woodland between Lakes Ndutu and Masek, the lodge has thirty-four stone and thatch cottages and a comfortable lounge, bar and dining area. Landscaped with only natural flora found in the area, this is the perfect place from which to view the migration from December to May and resident “Big Five” year round.


Mbalageti Safari Lodge

Mbalageti is a popular destination in the western corridor of the Serengeti. There is a variety of accommodation to choose from ranging from standard rooms to suites. The lodge is strategically located for viewing the migration at certain times of year. There is a popular pool set in a beautiful location.


Kirawira Tented Camp [Serena Hotels]

Kirawira is located in the western corridor of Serengeti National Park near the Grumeti River and ideally situated for the famous river crossings. This ultra luxury permanent tented camp, a member of the Small Luxury Hotels of the World group, has stunning views to the west, great service and elegant twin dining tents. The twenty-five rooms are spaced for privacy and there is a gift shop, business centre and WiFi. The Grumeti airstrip is nearby making flying in and out to avoid long dusty drives easy.


Serengeti Savannah Camps

These ever popular camps are seasonally set in areas with the most prolific wildlife concentration. Their motto says it all: “Everything you need and nothing you don’t”. With great food, service and seemingly having the Serengeti all to yourself it’s hard to beat the classic tented camp experience.


Serengeti Simba Lodge

This new lodge is set on top of a hill looking out to the famous Grumeti River in the Grumeti Reserves area affording expansive views across the savannah. Cleverly constructed of local materials, the main building incorporates the natural rocky outcroppings into the dining room and reception. Accommodation is in thirteen unique tented rondavals. There is an infinity pool, gift shop and a spacious deck.


Lake Masek Tented CampProperty of (TWC)

The newest lodging in the Ndutu area, this eco-friendly tented camp has twenty luxury rooms under canvas and is perfectly situated for the great migration during the “green season” when the wildebeest are resident and birthing. The area is a wildlife lover’s paradise year round and boasts several interesting eco systems as well as a few rare species of birds and animals.