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What we love about Ubuntu Migration Camp
Its got incredible sweeping views - Sit in the comfort of your private tent with a gin and tonic and take in the sprawling views of the Serengeti before you, watching the zebras as they graze and pass by.
Dine in style - All food and baked goods are freshly prepared at camp, with the option of having a picnic taken out to the bush or to the perfect spot under the stars.
A Birdseye View - The camp offers the incredible experience of seeing Serengeti from an exclusive vantage point - the sky. Float above in a hot air balloon and watch the wildebeest beneath you.
‘Ubuntu’ translates to 'humanity', and it’s a word that suits this small, intimate camp. The close-knit team offers warm hospitality, a relaxed atmosphere, and great food.
Ubuntu Migration Camp is comprised of eight canvas tents, including one family tent. Let in the light of the day or the moons glow at night with the mesh side panels, and choose between king-size or twin beds for a good nights sleep.
All tents have en-suite bathrooms with hot-water bucket showers and flushing toilets. Spend the early evening with your drink of choice on your private porch.
Activities at Ubuntu Migration Camp
There is an abundance of activities to enjoy at Ubuntu Migration Camp, and the friendly staff will be more than happy to help organise these for you.
Some of our favourites include:
- Game drives led by local expert guides
- Hot air balloon safaris for a brand new point of view of the Serengeti
- Local community cultural trips
- Various safari itineraries with a bounty of photo opportunities for photographers of all skill levels
When to Visit
Ubuntu Migration Camp follows the wildebeest herds through the Serengeti, so guests can see the Great Migration at any time.
The camp is closed from mid-March through mid-June, and the first half of November.
July and August are the busiest months for tourism, and we recommend travelling in January, February, September and October, as these months have fewer crowds and great wildlife viewing.