TANZANIA CAMPING SAFARIS
Camping Safari is an exceptional way of appreciating the African nature and heritage in Tanzania. It is not only affordable yet an incredible experience in Tanzania. Imagine yourself under canvass under the African rich sky with all Stars shining above you while sitting around a campfire in the middle of our beautiful savannah at the public campsite.
You will be sitting around a campfire and sleeping amidst the sounds and roars of night wildlife like lion and hyena come with a special feeling at the right in the core of the African wilderness. We will give you tents, mattresses, sleeping bags, pillow, chairs, tables and hand lamp during your safari.
Each evening our guide and cook will assemble your tents and collapse again in the morning, they will be packed away and stored on the vehicle for use again the following evening (you can participate only if you want to experience full adventure). They will place it at a place where you will be comfortable, not overcrowded and easily reached. They will also take care of your belongings while you are in game drive and our experienced cook will be there to prepare delicious fresh foods for breakfast, Lunch, and dinner.
Camping safaris in Tanzania are very rewarding wildlife experiences because tourists feel like they are participating in the actual African adventure and having all the services of safari driver/guide and a cook to take care of all their needs I very wonderful.
Note that wild animals frequently visit the campsite which is not fenced, you should move with caution.
You can do a camping safari at any time of the year. Though, it is very important to note that during the rainy season mostly during April and May you will experience heavy rain in most parts of Tanzania. During these months it may become flooded in some camping grounds. From January to March and from June to December Camping safaris in Tanzania are just as enjoyable as they are adventurous.
WHAT TO PACK:
- Nylon Clothing
- Head Lamp
- Insect Repellent
- Toilet Paper
- Ear Plugs
- Hand Sanitizer
- It is shared facilities.
- The campsite is not fenced.
- Wild animals frequently visit.
- There are park rangers.
- Animals roar at night.
- Camp can be crowded during high season.
- The night is cold in the park.
- No WI-FI at the camp.
- Not favourable during the rainy season.
The Seronera Campsites are found in the central of Serengeti. The Campsite name is the chain of small campsites found at Seronera River Valley, which are Nyani, Pimbi, Tumbili, Dik Dik, Nguchiro, Ngiri, Kuro and *Nyegere. It is not far from airstrip where one can land and transferred to the campsite. It has maintained toilets and hot water showers, you should expect to go for sometimes without the shower. A cold shower can be taken. Seronera River Valley, an area known for sheltering the elusive leopard, a lion pride and cheetah, the migration stop here three times a year since there is enough water and food. The area is also more heavily visited so you should also see more tourists around this area.
Lobo Public Campsite is located in Serengeti North Area sited adjacent to the main Kopje around the corner from the lodge. It is a small quiet camp area with a spectacular view out into the Serengeti. Even though it is the perfect camp to see wildebeest migration, its facilities are very limited and standard quality.