Kimondo Migration Camp
Kimondo Migration Camp: Our View
Kimondo Migration Camp 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 nine 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.
Kimondo Migration Camp: Quick Facts
- 9 elegant and airy canvas and wood tents
- En-suite bathrooms
- Flushing toilets
- Hot bucket showers
- Lockable box in tent
- Electricity (generator power)
- Camp follows Migration
- Excellent wildlife viewing
Kimondo Migration Camp: The Details
Kimondo Migration Camp follows the wildebeest herds through the Serengeti, meaning you can see the Great Migration any time of year. July and August are the busiest months for tourism in the Serengeti, so we recommend travelling outside this period if possible. January, February, September and October are great months to visit. The camp is closed from mid-March through mid-June and during the month of November.
All food, including freshly baked breads, biscuits and muffins, is prepared in camp. At breakfast, choose from a continental buffet or a full English. Lunch is a light buffet with salads and fresh vegetables. If you prefer, Kimondo staff can also pack a picnic to be enjoyed in the bush. Dinner is a three-course meal to enjoy with your fellow guests.