Serengeti, derived from the Masai word ‘Seregenget’ or ‘Siringitu’, means ‘the place where the land moves on forever’ a fitting description for the area’s rolling grassy plains that are the epitome of most people’s vision of wildest Africa. After all, the Serengeti became Africa’s most renowned National Park for good reason.
Reasons to do a Serengeti Safari in more budgets – Camping style:
Key-Destination in the Wildebeest Migration
The Serengeti is a key-destination for the wildebeest migration: about 1,5 million wildebeest and 200,00 zebras chasing the rains in a race for life. The herds are constantly moving so their location depends entirely on the time of year that you visit. Through the camping safari, which is considered as more budget safari option, you can camp close to the migration route and experience it closely.
Seronera, Big Cat Capital of Africa
Situated in the heart of the Serengeti, Seronera Valley has been dubbed ‘The Big Cat Capital of Africa’ due to its extremely high concentration of predators. The area is a network of several perennial rivers that enable resident animals to thrive all year round, making it a fantastic destination for wildlife viewing. The campisite in Seronera offers wonderful spot for a Serengeti safari.
Walking Safaris, Game Drives
Whether you prefer to explore on foot, in a vehicle, or from the sky, the Serengeti offers it all. While not all, some camps offer walking safaris which are an excellent way to immerse you in the environment. Game drives, on the other hand, are a great way of covering larger distances in search of wildlife.
Cheapest & Most Affordable Accommodation Option
While there are fancy and luxurious lodges such Sasakwa Lodge, Sayari Camp, and Dunia Camp as well as mid range like Serengeti Accacia camp, Tortilis Camp Mbugani Camp, Savannah Camp, Serengeti Katikati Camp, you can also choose a budget camping style. Start planning your safari to the Serengeti. Drop us an email now to get in the best rates on a camping safari.