Many of our best memories are all about the excitement of going on safari as children, and later on, of rediscovering those feelings when we take our own youngsters out into Africa’s wild places.
This self-contained private house for ten, totally designed around families, is charm itself, and set plum in the middle of one of Serengeti’s richest mammal habitats.
Solitary under huge skies and amidst the great grassland plains, it grants complete freedom from other people and schedules. It’s also excitement-central: a lively base for expertly guided forays into the bush: scouting buffalo, elephants, lion, crocodiles – and the famous wildebeest river crossings.
Nomad founder, Mkombe Mniko, was a guide who cherished this area and connected strongly with children – and their parents. He would have seriously loved it here. And so will anyone who stays in this house we named after him.