Escape from your desk for just a few minutes.
If you want to know what it feels like to be in the middle of the Serengeti, then you'll really have to make the trip. But if you'd like a little taster, then click, sit back and take it all in.
Our Serengeti Safari Camp was one of the first mobile camps in northern Tanzania.
Designed to move seasonally along the age-old route of the great wildebeest migration, the camp combines all the comforts you could need, while still being light enough to be in the best possible location to see the herds.
Our team of expert guides are the cornerstone of our company.
An excellent guide can make your entire safari, and ours have built their reputations doing just that. Getting out and about in the Serengeti is all about knowledge and experience. You're in the best hands with a Nomad Guide.
The great phenomenon of the Serengeti migration explained.
More than 20 years of studying the migration and shadowing its movements through the Serengeti have taught us that it rarely conforms to those nice little maps you so often see. Find out more about the migration and how it works.
How do you keep up with a million wildebeest?
The answer is: you move with the herds. Our migration camp was the first of its kind. Two decades on and we still offer you the best possible location from which to get out and about in search of the migration.
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