Sanctuary Kichakani Serengeti Camp

An unforgettable wilderness experience. The Kichakani Serengeti Camp, Swahili for 'in the bush', is a movable camp follows the annual migration cycle of the Serengeti. You will not move during your stay, it will simply be perfectly positioned to allow you to experience the migration.

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  • Emergency medical care

A beautifully exclusive camp, it features only ten luxury safari tents. All of the tents have been designed to be fully and easily moveable, in a style similar to that of 19th century explorers. Bedrooms are furnished in a modern fashion while simultaneously being full of character and handcrafted touches, all fully portable to allow the camp to follow the migration. All ten tents come with bucket showers, wooden decks and en-suite bathrooms, and come equipped with electric outlets and a hairdryer. The canopied common area flows between the main lounge, bar and dining area. The sides of the common area remain open to ensure gorgeous panoramic views of the surrounding wilderness. The camp dining experience features a delicious combination of traditional and international food to appeal to a wide variety of tastes.

Getting There

Charter flights are available to a nearby airstrip for each of the three locations. Times vary between one hour and an hour and 30 minutes, depending on the time of year and the camp's location. On arrival, a road transfer is necessary to get to camp. Getting to the Southern Serengeti location is approximately 35 minutes, to the Central Serengeti approximately one hour and 30 minutes, and to the Northern Serengeti approximately 15 minutes. Access by road is also available, three hours from the Ngorongoro Crater and seven hours from Arusha.


Game drives, bird watching and sundowners. The camp offers the chance to follow the migration path Thomson's gazelles, zebra and wildebeest, as well as a chance to see the Big Five. Nearby, guests can also participate in hot-air ballooning.

Read what our previous clients thought of Sanctuary Kichakani Serengeti Camp

Review of Sanctuary Kichakani Serengeti Camp

Veena Ramaiah & Sunil Arora

My only suggestion is to please ask if they can program the walkie-talkies to communicate between rooms. They have this at the Manor so it is nice to be able to call other rooms since there are no phones. The walkie-talkies only call the front desk. Otherwise absolutely incredible experience.

14/08/2018 Read full trip review

Review of Sanctuary Kichakani Serengeti Camp

Andrea Clift & Colin Gallagher

What an incredible place! The accommodations were fantastic -- a true "glamping" experience with running water, turn down service and personal wake up calls with coffee! We were so happy with our decision to go with luxury tents over a lodge. The staff was absolutely fantastic -- we were the only guests for the majority of our trip, that the team at Migration bent over backwards to make sure we were…

20/03/2017 Read full trip review

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