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From over-the-top Serengeti lodges and stunning private villas, to quaint tented camps and mid-range budget hotels, there is no shortage of places to stay at the Serengeti National Park. You can find something perfect in just about every region of the park, and on private reserves bordering the park, many of which take luxury and exclusivity to the next level.
Serengeti Acacia Camps offers the perfect blend of luxury and comfort for those wanting to enjoy the Serengeti on a tight budget. This exclusive camp lets you explore the wild the way it is truly meant to be explored. Each tent presents a blend of traditional African charm and offers magnificent views of the vast savannahs.
Exclusive luxury tents with private verandahs that overlook the vast plains of the Serengeti. That’s Asanja Africa for you. Each tent is very spacious and offers en-suite bathrooms, complete with hot showers and toilets. Located in the midst of the Moru Kopjes, one of the 10 natural wonders, this camp is an ideal spot for game viewing round the year.
Kirawara Serena Camp offers a colonial-like feel and an Edwardian style that lets you enjoy that safari in complete luxury. Built to replicate the beautiful hunting camps that once catered to legendary hunters in another era, this Serengeti lodge lies in the western corridor, the very spot that hosts the ‘greatest congregation of animals’ each year. Each tent is beautifully furnished and exotic goodies such as Persian rugs, brass shooting sticks and carved rocking chairs feel so commonplace here.
Surrounded by a natural rock formation and boasting of a rim-flow swimming pool, the Sayari is as exclusive and luxurious as it gets. The surrounding areas are filled with game and you have the perfect spot to spend a lazy afternoon sipping a glass of wine and reading your favorite book while all kinds of animals do their thing all around you.
The beautiful suites at the Four Seasons blend seamlessly into the surrounding landscape to offer exceptionally luxurious and comfortable surroundings in the wild. Suites consist of four-poster beds, floor to ceiling glass doors, plush chairs, rich linen, teak decks and telescopes. Bathrooms also offer spectacular views of the Serengeti and each comes with a free-standing tub and a rain shower. Local artwork and regional touches balance out modern amenities to ensure you always feel the flavor of the Serengeti.
One Nature Nyaruswiga is located in the heart of the national park and is especially known for offering the best views of the Nyaruswiga Hills and the surrounding plains. Ranking among the top Serengeti hotels, this stunning property is a surreal backdrop to witness the great migration and its 12 luxurious tents offer upscale lodging, elegant interiors and luxurious abodes to watch the migration from.