Ubuntu Migration Camp
Kusini Southern Serengeti National Park
Opening November 2021
Ubuntu Migration Camp is a small mobile camp in the Serengeti National Park in Tanzania. From late July to October it is in the North and from November to March in the Kusini area of the Southern Serengeti.
The Swahili word ‘Ubuntu’ stands for kindness and generosity towards others. The close-knit team of friendly staff and experienced guides ensure that warm hospitality, great food and a relaxed atmosphere are the heart of Ubuntu Camp.
The open-plan main area spills into the surrounding wilderness – impressive views of the landscape stretch as far as the horizon. Here you can explore the library or spend a lazy afternoon watching game on the sprawling plains. Breakfast and lunch are served inside while dinner is often enjoyed beside the campfire.
Ubuntu has her sister camp Olakira that is in the same area of the Serengeti. The landscape is typified by rolling grasslands that are usually filled with Wildebeest, Zebra and Gazelle. Predators are always close at hand making for very exciting game viewing.
The camp is designed to be moved though you would not believe this once you experience it. A small deck greets you as you approach with some comfortable chairs and incredible views across the plains. The interior of each tent is spacious with soft cream décor.
There are just 8 tents at the camp and this includes a family tent that is interconnected. The en-suite bathroom is also large for this type of mobile camp with a small vanity basin, toilet and bucket shower.
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