The Lamai Serengeti Safari Camp is amongst the rocks of Kogakuria Kopje in the remote far northern sector of the Serengeti National Park affording beautiful views of the untamed wilderness. This permanent lodge in Tanzania nestles only a few miles away from where the wildebeest cross the Mara River. It is at this location where for about one quarter of the year, between late July and October, where the magnificent wildlife migration takes place.
The Lamai Serengeti Lodge features only twelve rooms. These rooms are separated between two lodges, the Main Lodge featuring eight rooms and the smaller Private Lodge offering four rooms. The rooms consist of a unique combination of canvas, plaster and natural poles which has a limited impact on the surrounding environment and blends in perfectly into the natural beauty of this African wilderness. Designed to maximise the magnificent views, the rooms offer guests a welcoming retreat where to relax in between wildlife activities.
The migration passes the Lamai Serengeti Camp between July and October every year making it a fantastic wildlife viewing destination in East Africa. Throughout the year, the lodge makes use of their 4x4 safari vehicles to explore the area, both south of the Mara River and to the north.
When the grass is low enough to make walking safe, guests may embark on an adventurous walking safari through the bushveld.