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Lemala Serengeti Camp


Lemala Serengeti Camp is Lemala Ngorongoro Camp's sister camp offering luxurious accommodation near the wildebeest migration in Serengeti. The camp is in a secluded area in Ndutu between mid November and mid April, then moves to Northern Serengeti from June to October.

Lemala Serengeti Camp is intimate with only 11 spacious and stylishly decorated tents each with a wooden platform. Each tent has either 2 large single beds or a king-size double bed and a private bathroom that contains a dressing area, flush loo, shower and basin with running water.

The mess has a cozy sitting room with large comfy sofas and a dining room. House drinks are included at meal time.

From November to April Lemala Serengeti Camp is tucked away in an acacia grove from where guests have a fabulous view of the spillway that extends from Lake Ndutu towards Kusini. The spillway's permanent salts and water attract a large amount of plains game that also visit the camp daily. The predators are not far away and use the grass cover on the edge of the spillway to plan their hunt. Lemala Serengeti Camp in Ndutu offers exceptional game viewing. Game walks are also possible here.

From June to October, the camp sits on a large kopje overlooking the plains of Northern Serengeti. The Wildebeest migration starts arriving in the area from June onwards and heads towards the Mara river only a few minutes from the camp. The migration river crossings can be observed without traffic jams of Masai Mara and are spectacular. Large number of herds remain on the Serengeti side even when the migration spills into the Masai Mara and guests continue to enjoy excellent game viewing away from the crowds up to November.

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