Lamai Serengeti occupies arguably the most dramatic site in the Serengeti.
Between July and October the area teams with the migration, for the rest of the year it is a remote, private wilderness for rich resident wildlife, and a few priviliged people in the know.
"of all the safari venues we've been to over the years, this is by far the most spectacular."
- Tripadvisor, November 2012
From a rich migration experience to a remote wilderness.
Lamai Serengeti is perfectly situated for exploring the far-flung reaches of the Northern Serengeti. The experience varies greatly depending on the time of year you visit. Never the same, always wonderful.
The northern Serengeti is a long undiscovered gem. Why visit?
From migration action to the Big Five, walking to sundowners on the rocks, immense views and great cats. We've been visiting this area for decades, and we're now proud to call it home.
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