The Great Migration in the Serengeti National Park in Tanzania is one of the greatest natural spectacles not only in Africa but on the entire planet.
To follow this fantastic event closely, there are mobile camps that moved two times in a year in different areas of the Serengeti National Park to always be at the center of the action. They are eco-friendly camps that, once disassembled, do not leave permanent marks on the ground.
Olakira Migration Camp is known for its superb locations during the Great Migration, it also boasts beautiful stargazing tents with 270-degree views from your bed.
Olakira immerses itself in The Great Migration, moving twice a year to follow the herds, ensuring a front-row seat to nature’s greatest spectacle.
Olakira Camp is a family and traditional safari camp that is always in the right place at the right time all year round following the Great Migration through the boundless grasslands of the Serengeti.
From mid-December to March, the camp is located in the Ndutu area, adjacent to the Serengeti, where during this time it is possible to observe herds of wildebeest and zebras giving birth.
From June to November the camp is located in what is arguably the most spectacular location in the north of the Serengeti, with direct views of the Mara River, making it the ideal camp for experiencing river crossings up close.
This luxurious camp is made up of only nine tents and therefore offers its guests an intimate and personal atmosphere amidst the wilderness; the spacious tents are equipped with large and comfortable double beds or alternatively 2 single beds and a private bathroom with shower.
WHY CHOOSE OLAKIRA?
Experience a night under the stars in the fantastic stargazing tents is an unforgettable experience.
Opportunities for hot air balloon safaris, fly over the moving herds offers unparalleled views.
For photographers, there is the possibility of booking a special car to make the photo safari as comfortable as possible.
Features of off-road photographers vehicles:
- Drop-down sides for photographers to lie down and get low-angle photographs
- Three 360-degrees swivel seats, one per “row”, seats also lean right back if required
- Only front and back bars to hold up the roof, less obstruction of view for photography
- Beanbags and foam camera rest
- Fridge, charging points UK three-pin plugs