Nasikia Mobile Migration Camp
Ndutu Ngorongoro and Northern Serengeti
December – March and June – October
The Nasikia Mobile Migration Camps move twice each year between the Southern Ndutu region of the Serengeti and the far Northern section to the border of the Masai Mara National Reserve in Kenya. From December to March each year access is easiest via Kilimanjaro and the camp is set up in the Small Marsh area. This location is ideal for the Zebra and Wildebeest to calve and feed on the fresh green grasses so important to their survival.
This period of calving provides an incredible spectacle of newborn animals and the associated predator action as Lion, Hyena, Jackal, Wild Dog, Cheetah and Honey Badger prey on the young animals.
From June to October the camp moves a huge distance all the way to the North of the Serengeti and is set up close to the Kogatende and Mara Rivers to witness the perilous river crossings the animals have to undertake. Access during this time is best via Nairobi.
Each of the camps has 12 safari style meru tents made from canvas with a small “patio” at the front for relaxation during the day. Depending on bookings the number of tents may be fewer. Tents are spacious with double or twin beds enveloped with mosquito netting.
Family tents are available for up to 4 guests with imported linens and extra blankets for the cooler nights.
The en-suite bathroom is accessed via a door at the rear of the tent and has a vanity basin, toilet and bucket shower that can be filled with hot water on request to the staff.
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