Under canvas in the heart of the Serengeti's vast wilderness, what could be better? Legendary Serengeti Camp is an authentic escape into the African wilds: with action packed days overflowing with game drives, wildlife and adventure and star filled nights of romance and campfire stories. This mobile camp follows the movements of the annual great migration, the spectacle of which is nothing short of jaw dropping. Remarkable game viewing is ensured thanks to the camp closely following the wildlife bonanza.
As millions of wildebeest and zebra embark on their annual pilgrimage, closely followed by a plethora of hungry predators, Legendary Camp affords guests a matchless ringside seat to one of the natural world's most impressive displays. Hot-air balloon rides are an unparalleled means to take in the Serengeti and its wildlife; soar low over the treetops watching game run below before landing to enjoy a scrumptious breakfast and champagne toast.
Accommodation at the camp echoes the colonial safaris of old, with pleasing layers of authenticity and old world truth staple parts of the camp's character. Guests will find 11 tents in total with twin or king beds on offer (triples can also be provided). For charging equipment and cameras there are charge points in the dining room and lounge.
Approximately 45 minutes from Kogatende Airstrip and 25 from Grumeti.
Game drives, bush meals, bush walks and hot-air ballooning.
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Retired to our tent for a rest and unfortunately done some unpacking. Some rain and the wind picked up, we were just going to move some things that seemed to be getting wet, when chaos broke out. We tumbled with the tent of some 30m. Initially pinned down by some furniture, but got free from that and the Camp Team arrived to rescue us. Got into a vehicle, while…
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