Ubuntu Migration Camp (May – July)

In Swahili ‘Ubuntu’ means for kindness and generosity towards others – and this small and intimate camp certainly lives up to its name. The close-knit team of friendly staff and experienced guides ensure that warm hospitality, great food and a wonderfully relaxed atmosphere remain at the heart of Ubuntu Camp. The open-plan main area spills into the surrounding wilderness – impressive views of the landscape stretch to the horizon. Here you can fall into a book or spend a lazy afternoon watching game on the sprawling plains. Breakfast and lunch are served under canvas in the dining tent mere steps away, while dinner is often enjoyed under the stars beside the glowing embers of the campfire, to the soundtrack of the Serengeti’s nocturnal animals.

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Guest Tent – 2 pax

Ubuntu’s eight suites are spacious under-canvas landscape-oriented safari tents, designed to balance traditional safari authenticity with pure comfort. Each room has king-sized beds (twin beds and triples are available) and en-suite bathrooms with hot-water safari bucket showers and flushing toilets.

Family Tent – 4 pax

Ubuntu’s family tent is made up of two bedrooms, one featuring a king-sized bed and the other, two single beds. Both bedrooms are en-suite with traditional bucket showers and flushing toilets, all connected by a communal lounge area.