Nasikia Central Camp

Found in the Central Serengeti, Nasikia Central Camp is in the perfect place to witness the spectacle of the annual Great Migration and allows for exquisite wildlife viewing.

  • Flexible booking terms
  • Secured deposit
  • 100% financial protection
  • Stringent safety & hygiene standards
  • Tried & trusted by our clients
  • Emergency medical care

Accommodation at Nasikia Central Camp comes in the form of 12 semi-permanent, solar powered tents which are 12m long by 4m wide made from heavy duty safari rip-stop canvas. Each tent has a patio area with chairs and a table for relaxing. You enter the tents through zips which fully open, including a layer of mosquito netting. The bedroom area has an arrangement of furniture including a wardrobe with robes and a storage chest. The bathroom includes a ceramic wash basin with running water, a supply of natural based bathroom products and a flushing toilet. Shower under the African skies with a 20 litre shower bucket put up on a pulley system as you require.

The camp also provides guests with a Lounge Tent complete with library to relax in and a large Dining Tent to enjoy sumptuous bush cuisine, cooked up by the camp chefs from fresh produce taken from all corners of Tanzania. Communal spirit and simple rustic relaxation is accommodated for with a nightly wood fire and the gentle sounds of the African wilderness.

Getting There

8 hour drive from Arusha and 3 hour drive from its sister camp Nasikia Ndutu. A 50 min light aircraft flight from Arusha will fly you into Seronera Airstrip which is a 30 min drive from camp.


Game drives, bush meals, picnic lunches, guided bush walks, sundowners, exclusive game drives and optional hot air balloon ride with champagne breakfast.

Read what our previous clients thought of Nasikia Central Camp

Review of Nasikia Central Camp

Nancy & Zeno

We adored this place. Very authentic feel, excellent accomodation, and absolutely every single peron on staff was waiting on us hand and foot !

01/08/2013 Read full trip review

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