Nomad Tented Camps have evolved from a true passion for safari. The quality of guiding and positioning of the camps depending on the seasonal movement of the herds makes for an awesome safari experience. Even the 'light' camps are comfortable and designed with style. The real reason for going here, apart from both the food and the experience of being in the bush, is for the guiding which, is exceptional. These guys, after 20 years or so are some of the best at what they do!
Nomad Serengeti Safari Camp - The Details
Nomad Serengeti Safari Camp is a mobile tented camp in the Serengeti National Park in the North of Tanzania. Nomad who own camps throughout Tanzania run a very good operation in the Serengeti, especially since they are very mobile and move every few months to be in the best location for the Great Migration. It is generally best to fly into Nomad Serengeti Safari Camp but from December to March the Camp is located in the South Serengeti and is accessible by vehicle.
The Camp is made up of 6 guest tents, a dining tent, a mess tent and an outdoor area around a camp fire. The camp has an authentic safari feel with a true ‘safari under canvas’ feel. The tents are spaced out in the bush with view of the Serengeti. Each tent has an en-suite bathroom at the rear with a bucket shower and Chemical loo, the beds can be arranged in a twin and a double layout. .
December to April: the camp is on the southern Serengeti plains with access to the main herds as they calve through February. Birding is excellent during this time, as is general game viewing. May to early July: the camp moves to the Moru Kopjes area, central Serengeti plains and to the Western Corridor as the mass of the migration moves west and north. Patterns can be unpredictable at this time of year, but the wildebeest rut (May) and the crossing of the Grumeti River (June/July) are spectacular if caught. Mid-July to November: the camp moves to the quieter northern Serengeti close to either the Mara or Bologonja rivers, offering great game viewing and crossings at either of the rivers. Towards late November the camp starts to head south again, arriving on the southern Serengeti plains around mid-December. Please note that the camp never actually moves when clients are resident!