Kimondo Migration Camp, Serengeti National Park | Tanzania Safari
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Kimondo Migration Camp

Location: Serengeti National Park, Tanzania Safari

Kimondo is a mesmerising mobile safari camp that tracks the seasonal Great Wildebeest Migration from the dramatic Lamai Wedge and Mara River in winter to the lush southern Serengeti grasslands in the height of summer.

Handcrafted from wood and canvas in an exotic blend of traditional East African safari style with a subtle Moroccan influence, Kimondo Migration Camp has just eight elegant and airy tents, each with a king-sized cast-iron bed, en-suite bathroom and private veranda. This mobile safari camp offers a truly intimate Big Five adventure in vintage East African style and comfort.

Highlights:

  • East African safari romance in this intimate, traditional tented camp
  • Follows the herds to ensure the best locations for Great Migration viewing
  • Specialist guides offer superb insights into the Great Migration

Amenities at Kimondo Migration Camp, Serengeti National Park, Tanzania Safari

  • Bucket shower
  • Twin bed available
  • Outdoor area
  • En-suite bathroom
  • Laundry services
  • In-room safe

Tents at Kimondo Migration Camp, Serengeti National Park, Tanzania Safari

With just eight spacious tents in camp, there is a palpable sense of intimacy with your surroundings. Positioned to maximize their views, each custom-built canvas tent is en suite with a queen-sized bed and is tastefully furnished with East African flair, complete with Arabian lanterns adding a touch of exotic elegance. The en suite bathrooms have flush toilets and bucket showers, the water for which is heated on the campfire.

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What to do at Kimondo Migration Camp, Serengeti National Park, Tanzania Safari

  • Game drives
    Let Kimondo’s specialist guides draw you into the inner workings of the migration on twice daily game drives, ensuring you live the migration and don’t merely see it. Kimondo utilizes open-sided vehicles (with a canvas roof) and closed vehicles (with a pop-up roof). All vehicles have power points where you can recharge your devices, and are fitted with fridges to keep your drinks chilled.
  • Cultural & community visits
    In the north (July to November), Kimondo is within driving distance of several communities and villages. Visit a traditional homestead and be entertained by the local Kuria dancers, or spend the morning at the market, shopping for crafts and handmade souvenirs.
  • Bush breakfasts, picnics & dinners
    Maximise your time on the game-filled plains by enjoying a delicious packed breakfast or lunch provided by camp chefs while you’re on the move.