The first entry-level accreditation offered. The criteria within this level illustrate the company’s initial interest in adopting the triple bottom line approach. These initial criteria introduce the framework for responsible management and policy development, as well as prepare the member to plan and monitor their overall impact. This initial step plants the seed for a responsible business future.
Itikoni Camp is set in the Equatorial Montane Forest at 6000ft on the side of Mt Meru within Arusha National Park. The semi-permanent camp consists of nine traditional safari tents with proper wood frame beds, ensuite toilet, shower and wash stand. Suitable for single, double or twin. The camp has stunning views of Kilimanjaro and offers a unique opportunity to camp in style within the park’s montane forest.The camp offers great access to spectacular and varied day hikes that weave through the forest and gorges to Maio waterfalls, a spiritual place for local Meru tribe.Itikoni is also the perfect way to start a Kilimanjaro expedition as sleeping at altitude will greatly aid acclimatization. The camp is 100% solar, has been developed with the environment in mind and proudly RTTZ SEED certified.
Elewana Tarangire Treetops situated in a community led Wildlife Management areas, known as Randilen, guests of Elewana Tarangire Treetops enjoy a secluded and private safari experience. The luxury tree-top rooms, elevated above the ground afford incredible views over the tops of surrounding marula and baobab trees. With a wide private balconies, each are lavishly furnished using natural materials that are blended with contemporary Africana décor, to provide guests with a unique and most memorable safari experience.Encasing an impressive baobab tree, the spacious and tranquil reception, lounge and dining room overlook the swimming pool and a waterhole that sees a steady flow of wild animal visitors. As the camp is located in the WMA, activities such as bush walks and night game drives are possible, which are not permitted in many other areas. Bush walks allow guests to get “up close and personal” with nature, and experience the bush to a more intimate degree. Alternatively, a night game drive with the option to go off road, in the African bush affords the opportunity to see an array of creatures who prefer the cover of darkness, the African bush hosts a different assortment of creatures after the sun goes down.
Isoitok Camp is an intimate private camp in a beautiful bush location. A little piece of Africa as you had always imagined and dreamed it to be. We offer a grass root cultural experience and a true look behind the scenes into Maasai culture.
Pembezoni Camp there is no better way to experience the world-famous Serengeti than from a luxurious, yet Eco-friendly tented camp. Pembezoni combines the best that luxury camping has to offer with access to the breathtaking surrounds. The 12 massive tents boast ensuite toilet, shower and double wash basin. An open-air library tent, spacious mess tent and quintessential safari camp fire makes Pembezoni the ideal place to relax after a long day amongst the wildlife. Being semi-permanent allows Pembezoni to move depending on seasons, as well as having lower impact on the environment. Pembezoni is also a great launching pad for African Environments walking safaris in the exclusive Wilderness Areas of the Serengeti National Park. The camp is 100% solar, has been developed with the environment in mind and proudly RTTZ SEED certified.
Panga Chumvi Beach Resort is an Eco-friendly place with 15 simple and stylish rooms –with locally hand-crafted furniture. Our small restaurant serves fresh seasonal food which we source locally whenever possible. With solar hot water, natural ventilation, composting, recycling and community involvement, we also provide an outreach center for Sustainable East Africa.We are passionate about Zanzibar culture and environment, and have regular artist and well being residencies. Our Manager, Bakari, hails from the village and can tell you all about the local area and culture.
Manyara Wildlife Safari Camp, one of the most desired of the luxury camps in Northern Tanzania where the popular Serengeti, Ngorongoro and Manyara game reserves are located. Manyara Wildlife Safari Camp at Losirwa was acquired by the well-known Mark Group International in July 2011. The entire camp has since been expanded and fully renovated to the highest possible standards on ethnic concept.
Misigio Camp is located in Maasai country, within the Ngorongoro Conservation Area. Set amongst rolling hills, traditional Maasai life and picturesque Acacia trees this semi-permanent camp consists of 12 massive tents complete with ensuite toilet, shower and double wash basin. The Maasai inspired lounge and large mess tent both incorporate eco-briquette burning heaters to combat the chilly early mornings and evenings. Misigio Camp is close enough to the world-famous Ngorongoro Crater to be convenient for game drives but far enough to add that element of exclusivity, located approximately 14kms away from the hustle of the rim. A long standing partnership with the local Chief means that we can offer great cultural activities from camp including walks, fly-camping, boma visits and cultural activities. The camp is 100% solar, has been developed with the environment in mind and proudly RTTZ SEED certified.
Perched on the edge of the Ngorongoro Crater, the magnificent Ngorongoro Sopa Lodge is the only property on the eastern rim of this World Heritage Site. Accommodating 186 guests in its 97 spacious en-suite bedrooms, the Lodge has its own private road to the crater floor. The Lodge is perfectly situated to explore the abundant game in what is often referred to as the “Eighth Wonder of the World”. Its location offers awe-inspiring views over the crater and some of the most breathtaking sunsets to be seen in Tanzania. Each suite has a private lounge with mini-bar, en-suite bathroom, central heating and a private solarium. The Lodge has telephone facilities, satellite TV, a conference room, and a swimming pool situated on the very edge of the rim
Lake Natron Camp rebuilt and with new owners in August 2014, this 10 tent luxury camp is set in a dramatic location near to Lake Natron, with unfettered views for 360 degrees. It is set in a conservation area of 1km radius around the camp, guaranteeing exclusivity and wilderness. The Natural springs in front of the dining / lounge tent provide year round supply of water and has a number of natural swimming pools complete with relaxation zones with shade netting.
The camp has been designed to be extremely eco friendly – all structures are removeable and we have strict policies governing everything from water management to staff and community relations. The guests tents have plenty of netting to allow for the free flow of air and also have mosquito netting. Each tent can be converted into a quad family room when needed. All main activities are included in the price of the stay. Activities include bird walks and flamingo watching, visiting the hominid footprints, waterfalls visits and a plethora of treks.
Elewana Kilindi Zanzibar is the ultimate romantic destination, the perfect place to enjoy the harmony of the ocean and spend time with the one you love. Set in a picturesque tropical garden with its secluded beachfront, the luxurious Pavilion suites embrace wide-arched glassless windows affording spectacular views over the Indian Ocean. Each villa has its own private plunge pool and is tended to by its own Guest Ambassador. Kilindi’s ‘open-to-nature’ approach provides the true essence to any stay and crafts a private, intimate and ‘barefoot’ appeal that so many crave. Explore the hidden secrets of the island or relax in the infinity pool watching the dhows head out to sea, with a gentle breeze in their sail.
There is a delightful spa offering an extensive array of treatments to satisfy you from head to toe, the spa combines African natural ingredients with both modern and traditional methods in the art of beauty, offering the ultimate in pampering.Guests can enjoy day boat trips, scuba and snorkelling to get a glimpse of the dolphins, copious fish and vivid corals that thrive in Zanzibar’s waters. Stone Town is a UNESCO world heritage site, and a place where history still lives. The stone buildings, meandering alleyways, and markets still existing as they have done for centuries make for a fascinating day of exploring.
Ndarakwai Camp takes both community and conservation issues very seriously the main emphasis being anti poaching, education and employment. We pay close attention to our impact on neighboring communities. Ndarakwai Camp was built by, and is staffed by people from the local villages. Materials, such as canvas for tents, poles for construction, and grass for thatching, were obtained locally, and all of the tents were made on site. The bar in the dining area was made from non indigenous dead Eucalyptus found on the property, and the two clay fireplaces were made by local Masai women.We strive to be the most sustainable and environmentally friendly camp in Tanzania. Every choice we make is important and needs to be considered carefully; achieving goals on one aspect of camp is only worthwhile if we aren’t damaging other aspects.
A camp designed for limited impact on its natural surroundings and has the feel of a 1930s mobile safari camp, but with all the modern day amenities of a luxury camp. The tents are tastefully decorated in Campaign-style safari furniture, with en suite bathrooms offering steaming hot solar-heated showers. Each tent has a personal room attendant to look after guests’ needs. Ensconced among the natural bush, the tented suites offer a truly back-to-nature feel.
Elewana Serengeti Migration Camp is Lining between the banks of the famous Grumeti river, Elewana Serengeti Migration Camp perfectly encapsulates the luxury camp experience. Overlooking a kopje and the sweeping plains across the river, the camp’s main areas include open-plan lounge, dining room with large balcony, or sunset viewing platform with camp fire each designed for guests to enjoy the expansive view. A large swimming pool invites guests for a refreshing swim during the heat of the day. The luxurious and elevated en suite tents are incredibly spacious and tastefully decorated in rich dark wood and leather furnishings. The perfect embodiment of a luxury bush safari experience. The game viewing opportunities from Elewana Serengeti Migration Camp are enviable, with the chance to see the ‘Big 5’ as well as abundant other wildlife. For birders, over 500 species of birds have been recorded in the area. This area of the Serengeti offers fantastic game viewing year round.
Elewana The Manor at Ngorongoro as unique in character as its idyllic locale, this Cape-Dutch style homestead provides a relaxing and stylish ambiance. Elewana The Manor at Ngorongoro, with its luxurious cottages and magnificent Manor House, brings “old-world” grandeur to a green and lush setting. Think cigars and brandy, elegant fine dining, and post-dinner snooker. Elewana The Manor is one of the most lavish properties on the safari circuit; the rooms are cottage suites within the manicured gardens, and each suite has a sitting room, fireplace and enormous bathroom. A luxurious safari base with a spa, swimming pool and stable of horses to explore the surrounding coffee plantations and countryside. The Manor also arranges special picnics and sundowners within the estate and coffee tours for those interested in learning more about Tanzania’s famous coffee trade. The Manor is in the Ngorongoro Conservation Area, containing the Ngorongoro Crater, which is often called ‘Africa’s Eden’ and the ‘8th Natural Wonder of the World’. We are the only property currently able to provide a fully catered meal on the Crater floor. This area is without a doubt one of the most beautiful parts of Tanzania, steeped in history and teeming with wildlife.
Tarangire Safari Lodge is situated on a panoramic bluff in Tarangire National Park, with one of Tanzania’s most spectacular views, encompassing acacias and baobabs, plentiful wildlife and the Tarangire river. The lodge was the first to be built in the park. Since 1985, it has been owned and managed by the Simonson family, who has added a very personal touch.Our main facilities, including three tents, are wheelchair accessible. Accommodation choices are either a traditional canvas tent or a roomy stone bungalow, with all rooms having a direct valley view.
Hosting Tanzania’s highest concentration of elephant population in Africa, perhaps than anywhere else in the world, Tarangire National Park is one of Tanzania’s best-kept secrets. Tarangire Sopa Lodge has 75 large and airy rooms, accommodating 150 guests. Built to blend with the vastness of its surroundings, the Lodge nestles amongst the rocky outcrops in the north-east of the park. As the Lodge is one of only a handful in this park, visitors are often rewarded with an exclusive feel to their safari. Each of the suites has its own private lounge with mini-bar, en-suite bathroom, large bedroom with 2 queen size beds and a balcony. The Lodge has telephone facilities, satellite TV, a conference room and a uniquely-designed swimming pool with a central island.
The company has taken on the principles of a triple bottom line approach and has now started to incorporate these into their day-to-day actions and communication. The training of employees has now been implemented, and systems are being developed to record and report to directors and to the public the company’s policies and impacts.
Elewana Arusha Coffee is the welcoming retreat of aromas, gourmet food and vibrant gardens, the perfect start or end to an African safari. Situated on the fertile grounds of a coffee plantation, Elewana Arusha Coffee Lodge is a peaceful sanctuary right on the doorstep of Arusha city. The lodge is made up of a main area incorporating a spa, swimming pool, restaurant and a café bistro. The rooms and suites have views of the surrounding gardens. Reminiscent of traditional plantation houses outside, the rooms and suites are modern and spacious inside. All furnishings and amenities were designed with comfort in mind. Elewana Arusha Coffee Lodge combines the warmth of an African welcome with the familiarity of a boutique hotel. Guests can partake in a coffee tour, showing the process that brings a coffee bean from ‘tree to cup’. The tour culminates in an all-important tasting of the farm’s coffee blends. Guests can also visit Traders Walk, a collection of 5 on site boutiques. Finally relax at Kahawa, a Coffee shop with freshly brewed coffee and delicious home-baked cakes.
An inspired and lovingly restored Merchant’s House, this Boutique Hotel has eleven stylishly furnished rooms structured around an airy central courtyard.The hotel hosts two restaurants: The Secret Garden, located in the distinctive Ruins of the adjacent garden and the rooftop ‘Tea House’ one of Stone town’s most renowned restaurants offering a stylish ambience amidst the sound of the calls to prayer from the town’s many mosques. For more information find more about the product here http://www.emersonspice.com/
An exotic and curious building with historical significance and unique style. The recent refurbishment combines the elegance of the period in which it was built with period antique furnishing and the color and comfort of the 21st century.The cuisine in the rooftop teahouse restaurant celebrates the distinct culinary heritage of the epoch in an oriental menu of Persian and Omani dishes prepared with authentic ingredients and served with faithful attention to the customs and etiquette of the era.
Four Seasons Safari Lodge Serengeti is nestled in the Central Serengeti, with 77 guest rooms, suites and villas, featuring contemporary African décor and artwork; each room enjoying uninterrupted views out onto the Park and passing wildlife. Being privileged to enjoy a location in the heart of the Serengeti, it is our aim to engage the Lodge – guests and employees – in environmentally, socially and economically sustainable practices that conserve natural resources, reduce the Lodge’s environmental impact, and help protect the Serengeti and the communities within and surrounding it. Through our unique Discovery Centre, the Lodge aims to educate guests about the wildlife and people of the Serengeti, and raise awareness for local wildlife conservation and research projects, and through our Discovery Centre Fund guests can make voluntary donations to support these projects
Udzungwa Forest Tented Camp, known locally as Hondo Hondo, lies at the base of the beautiful Udzungwa Mountains National Park. Family owned and run, the lodge prides itself on the high standard of accommodation and service provided to guests, who can either stay in the comfortable and well appointed en suite tented rooms or simply camp along the forest edge. Hondo Hondo is also proud of its community involvement and environmental ethos. Our responsible tourism projects include contributions to the village council for every guest who stays, helping the community construct council offices and paint the local primary school, running a tree planting programme, operating on solar and hydro power, and training the local workforce. A stay at Hondo Hondo benefits everyone, from the guests loving the experience to the staff and villagers helping them enjoy their stay. Come hike the Udzungwas, stay at Hondo Hondo and be a part of it all!
HODI HODI Zanzibar Beach Houses is new property lies on the Matemwe Beach in Zanzibar .’Hodi Hodi’ is the traditional Swahili greeting when arriving as a guest at the house of a friend. The answer is always Welcome – ‘Karibu’. The property is owned by Julia Bishop, the creator and manager, East African born and raised, and long-time supporter of sustainable tourism.The HODI HODI philosophy is about responsible tourism and providing an authentic and sustainable experience. We buy locally and we reduce and recycle. Our waste is collected by donkey cart. We use water and power with care. We leave shells on the beach, and try to make a very light, bare footprint. Our food has inspirations from Spain, India and the Middle East, but is all sourced from the islands, and set in a pallet of Zanzibari spices. HODI HODI supports various community projects and adheres to Responsible Tourism Tanzania standards and criteria. All our staff and suppliers are from the nearby village of Kilima Juu and the small primary school receives learning gifts from our guests. We dress demurely in the village and towns in respect of the local Muslim traditions.
Lake Manze – Experience adventure! Keep it natural! Feel the thrills of having an elephant eating Doum palm seeds right outside your tent. Hear the sound of its rumbling stomach and see how tender a mother is to her calf. We keep everything as it was before we arrived and this is why animals use the camp as much as our guests. We have so much to learn from our animal friends, teachings that can help us create a better world. Experience this magical, romantic camp on the shore of the Lake Manze with stunning lake views from your own verandah. Experience the sunrise on a walking safari. Enjoy a delicious picnic bush breakfast or lunch during your game drive as you spot lions and wild dogs. Take a fishing trip on the lake.
The Meliá Zanzibar is a luxury All Inclusive resort located right on the beach, on the northeast coast of the exotic island of Unguja. This deluxe hotel in Zanzibar provides magnificent rooms and suites, the exclusive The Level service with extra privacy and superior comfort, a luxurious spa, a wide range of restaurants and bars, spectacular swimming pools overlooking the sea, a fully equipped gym with sea views and a great program of activities for children and adults. Surrounding 110 hectares of luxuriant gardens the resort offers the best escapades for those who come to relax in an idyllic environment. Meliá Zanzibar has always stirred to implement an eco-friendly attitude through actions involving both employees and local community. Its foundations of corporate responsibility is aligned with the sustainable development goals such are actions and promotion of: sustainability, employment, youth, culture & local economy.
Far from mass tourism, the Mangrove Lodge is a homely and cosy eco-friendly lodge situated in Chuini, 15km north Stone Town, Zanzibar. The owners, Haji and Marina, take care of guests as friends and tell exciting tales on the island, when Haji’s father first settled in the village many years ago. The Lodge is truly a place to feel at home, so tranquil it is a remedy for the soul: relaxing with aromatherapy massages, simply enjoying our delicious fresh food and the exquisite surroundings or discovering the whole Zanzibar and its traditions. It has 10 comfortable en-suit rooms in an exotic botanical gardens set amongst white powdered sandy pathways. From your private veranda you can saturate yourself with nature, watching hummingbirds loop from red to pink hibiscus. The Lodge extends to an enchanting mangroves bay and a secluded beach, perfect for swimming until the sun falls into blue calm water.
Ras Kutani rests 25km south of Dar es Salaam within a virgin coastal forest, between the deserted beaches of the Indian Ocean and the quiet inlets of a freshwater lagoon, creating an idyllic barefoot hideaway. Relaxation is the keynote to Ras Kutani with a few easy activities, including spa, snorkelling a shipwreck, boogie boarding, kayaking, walks and watching turtles hatching. In the heart of the retreat lies the welcoming bar and open air lounge which creates the perfect ambience for evening cocktails and the expansive restaurant terrace with a ceiling of African stars. The accommodation blends seamlessly into Ras Kutani’s exquisite environment, offering al fresco luxury living with a Swahili twist. From the breathtaking views from the four exclusive hillside suites with their private plunge pools and Family House, down to the nine beachfront cottages with spacious verandas, overlooking the warms waters of the Indian Ocean, is paradise personified: the perfect secluded beach retreat on the Swahili coast.
Red Monkey Lodge we proud to be part of the surrounding fishing village of Jambiani, rather than being a golden age for tourist. Our small 12 room lodge is located in the stunning south east of Zanzibar, an area still untouched from mass tourism and resorts. We offer you the perfect spot for learning about the local culture and exploring the ‘real’ Zanzibar away from animation programs and all inclusive offers. Our beach is not reserved to tourists but you will find it populated by the village children. Depending on the time of the day you will observe fisherman returning from the ocean, women collecting farmed seaweed or the training of the local football team. 95% of our staff comes from the village, all have regular long term contracts with paid holidays and we put great effort to purchase our kitchen items as much as possible from the local maker.
Siwandu Camp is sheltered in a grove of palms on the shores of Lake Nzerakera, part of the watery byways of the Rufiji River system, Siwandu is perfectly situated within the prime game area to fully experience the abundant wildlife of Selous Game Reserve. Explore the breathtaking landscape by foot on our morning game walks, by 4WD vehicles with our expert driver guides and on the water with boat cruises on both the river and on the lake. Broadly spaced along the lakeshore, Siwandu’s superbly appointed accommodation ensures maximum privacy and every opportunity to soak up the sights and sounds of the purest African bush. The spacious octagonal tents allows guests to observe animals as they saunter past while reclining on the majestic king sized bed under the overhead fan or from the open-air stargazer showers which adjoin the ensuite bathrooms. With a total of thirteen tents, Siwandu is evenly divided into two camps, to create the perfect safari ambience and also allows guests to exclusively book Siwandu Private Camp.
Unguja Lodge is located on the quiet Southern tip of Zanzibar and overlooks the beautiful Menai Bay. Owner run, Unguja Lodge is known for its intimate atmosphere, excellent and personal service, spectacular architecture and stunning views. Our resident PADI dive centre Unguja Divers organises all kinds of water activities for those who like to explore the pristine waters of the Menai Bay.Taking care of our natural and social environment is key to our philosophy: The lodge blends in the surroundings perfectly and we protect the resident animals like the rare red colobus monkeys, the black tail monkeys, elephant shrew, butterflies and birds. Of course we also contribute to the village: we support the school, a waste control programme and the local football team. Part of the money is donated by our guests through our guided village walks. We recruit and train local people as much as possible. Unguja Lodge offers its guests a fantastic rue Zanzibar experience.
Having operated for a period of time, the member can now prove that their working culture and daily operations are fully integrated into a sustainable and responsible management approach. Systems are in place to monitor and redirect the operations and all the employees understand the triple bottom line approach. This step forms the core of the company culture
The Blue Oyster is a small family-run hotel, directly adjacent to the white sandy beach of Jambiani. We are situated in a small traditional fishing village and place a strong emphasis on working together with the local community.
Our 17 rooms are equipped with traditional Zanzibar styled furniture that is made using local materials. All hot water is generated by a solar-powered heating system. Our rooms have fans, however no air conditioning. Furthermore, we do not have a swimming pool at the hotel.
Pitched on a major wildebeest migration corridor in the Central Serengeti, Dunia Camp offers easy access to the scenic Moru Kopjes and superb sightings of the big cats, leopard and rhino that roam the forests on the fringes of the Seronera River. Out of all the Serengeti Lodges and Camp, Dunia Camp is the only one run by a team of only women. Dunia is a tranquil semi-permanent camp with just eight spacious tented suites, each with expansive views of the pristine wilderness and game-filled plains from a large private veranda. Attention to every detail is balanced by a graceful simplicity in harmony with the serene location. Enjoy an exclusive Serengeti safari with superb sightings of resident game and migration viewing twice a year, and round it all off with a sunrise hot-air balloon flight.
Kimondo is a mesmerising mobile safari camp that tracks the seasonal Great Wildebeest Migration from the dramatic Lamai Wedge and Mara River in winter to the lush southern Serengeti grasslands in the height of summer.Handcrafted from wood and canvas in an exotic blend of traditional East African safari style with a subtle Moroccan influence, Kimondo Migration Camp has just eight elegant and airy tents, each with a king-sized cast-iron bed, en-suite bathroom and private veranda. This mobile safari camp offers a truly intimate Big Five adventure in vintage East African style and comfort.
For 20 years, the grasslands of the Eastern Serengeti were closed to tourists to allow the cheetah population to replenish itself. Today, this is big-cat territory, where cheetah roam the area in pursuit of prey, and lion and leopard hunt undisturbed. In 2014, the region reopened with Asilia appointed as its custodian. Guests can enjoy thisincredible corner of the Serengeti from the comfort of cool and elegant Namiri Plains. Expansive views, serious comfort, exceptional privacy and unrivalled sightings of apex predators in a region of the Serengeti come together to give you an exclusive and action-packed safari experience on the Serengeti plains.
Discover Africa, just as it should be. Oliver’s Camp – in the remote southern reaches of Tarangire National Park – has just 10 beautifully appointed safari tents in a spectacular location close to the game-dense Silale Swamps and overlooking a flood plain of the Minyonyo Pools. Oliver’s was inspired by the trailblazing camps that pioneered the early days of safari. It gives you direct access to the dense concentration of wildlife you will find year-round in this remote region, as well as the chance to enjoy walking safaris and fly camping. Oliver’s is intimate and personal, staffed by a world-class team that has worked together for many years to perfect a safari experience that guests consistently rank among their best.
Immerse yourself in the Great Migration at Olakira Migration Camp. You’ll feel the earth vibrate during winter crossings of the brave wildebeest as they face the mighty rivers in the north, or be moved by the mass summer calving on the south’s grassy plains. Olakira follows the massive herds of wildebeest to two spectacular locations in the north and south of the Serengeti National Park. Home from December to March is the southern Serengeti, where herds of wildebeest calve simultaneously and the plains throng with new life. As the dry days of winter arrive, Olakira relocates north to the confluence of the Mara and Bolongonja rivers for spectacular game viewing at the Mara River itself and around the Lamai Wedge.
The award-winning Sayari Camp is renowned for extraordinary wildlife sightings and supreme comfort. Set on the unspoilt plains of the Northern Serengeti, close to the famous Lamai Wedge, Sayari gives you easy access to the Mara River and multiple river crossing points in the Serengeti National Park. Sayari Camp offers some of the world’s finest game viewing – and it does so in remarkable style. Relax in your extra-comfortable hillside suite after a day on safari, or take a dip in the glorious rim-flow swimming pool with dramatic views over the northern plains. Intimate, contemporary and elegant, it is no surprise that this permanent camp is regularly voted one of the top safari escapes on the planet.
In the heart of Tarangire National Park, one of the most magnificent places in Africa for game viewing, Little Oliver’s is perfectly situated to make the most of the spectacular wildlife and landscapes this strikingly unspoilt wilderness area has to offer. Small and very exclusive, Little Oliver’s is just a kilometre downstream from bigger brother, Oliver’s Camp, overlooking a flood plain of the Minyoyo Pools. With just five en-suite tents, the camp is intimate and personal – ideal for small groups or families looking for a totally private safari. Small enough to call your own, and with the Oliver’s highly personal service and experienced guides, Little Oliver’s is simply unbeatable
Ubuntu Migration Camp stops at three spectacular locations across the north, west and south of the Serengeti, following in the tracks of massive herds of wildebeest as they cross the vast plains of the Serengeti in an ancient migration cycle. Shadowing the wildebeest’s every move, Ubuntu Camp uncovers fascinating and unexplored corners of this great wilderness, ensuring that first-class game viewing is never far away. With their unwavering focus on keeping pace with the migration, Ubuntu’s guides have an enviable reputation for bringing this remarkable natural phenomenon to life. The camp itself is intimate and personal, and the seven spacious tented suites epitomise traditional East African safari charm.