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Kati Kati

Kati Kati

Indulge in an authentic safari experience at Serengeti Kati Kati Tented Camp, a mobile camp that locates in various sites around the vast Serengeti plains. Since all locations are within Serengeti National Park, guests enjoy one of the world’s largest wildlife sanctuaries that includes spectacular concentrations of herbivores during the annual migration, alongside larger mammals and over 500 bird species.

Upon arrival you will feel welcomed and refreshed with drinks and cold face towels provided by the friendly staff before being escorted to your private hideaway. Simple canvas tents provide a respite from the day’s activities. Each of the ten tents includes a king-sized or twin beds, solar lighting, and en-suite bath with shower, hand basin, and flush toilet.

A mess tent, lounge tent, and library anchor the camp, providing gathering places for guests. Both indoor and outdoor dining options are available, along with al fresco picnics out on the plains.

Named by the local Maasai population with the word for “endless plains,” the Serengeti and its large national park boast large spaces, blue skies, fiery sunsets, and impressive animal populations. In addition to the wildebeest, zebra, and antelope during the annual migration, other animals such as lion, hyena, leopard, cheetah, giraffe, impala, elephant, crocodile, colobus monkey, and ostrich roam the plains, valleys, and savannas.

The best way to experience the park is on a game drive. Professional guides and trackers lead guests through a variety of terrain including Serengeti’s famous kopjes, genuine old granite islands of rock worn away by erosion and set in a sea of grass.

Bush breakfasts and sundowners provide opportunities to relish the Serengeti’s most spectacular beauty while enjoying private breakfasts and cocktails. Early morning balloon safaris are another thrilling and relaxing way to view the wonders of the area. Visits to local Maasai villages provide opportunities to learn about ancient survival skills and interact with traditional cultures in a respectful way. Typically, the camp is located only about two hours from the Olduvai Gorge Museum and Grumeti River, other popular destinations.

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