Crafted from timber and canvas, the 9 generous and spacious guest tents at this elegant property contain king-sized cast iron beds, ensuite bathrooms and private verandas.
Meals can be enjoyed in the plush mess tent or out under starry night skies to the light of flickering lanterns. There is also a crackling campfire around with which drinks are served and safari stories can be shared. Should you wish to spend the day out amongst the prolific wildlife of the Serengeti, a picnic-style or bush lunch can be arranged.
When Kimondo Camp is in the north, aside from massive herds of wildebeest, keep your eyes peeled for big cats such as lion and leopard as well as hyena, elephant and Nile crocodile. Up here, it’s also possible to interact with local communities. When the camp is in the south, large predators are also common, but you’re likely to also spot zebra, jackal and perhaps even African wild dog. A typical day on safari at this camp will see you departing on two game drives, the first very early in the morning and the second in the late afternoon.