Last updated on February 21st, 2023 at 10:09 am
Serengeti Safari in Tanzania has a reputation for hosting the greatest Wildlife Spectacle- Wildebeest Migration! The diverse wildlife and Wildebeest Migration attract travelers to visit Serengeti National Park.
One of the busiest Tanzania National Parks– Serengeti, welcomes hundreds and thousands of visitors. Are you thinking of enjoying a remote Serengeti safari experience? Can you enjoy a long and remote stay experience in Serengeti National Park? Yes, it is! You can enjoy an exclusive remote Serengeti experience without sacrificing the Migration and wildlife sighting opportunities. Read this post to find more!
The high season of the Serengeti National Park is from July to October! The Northern Region of Serengeti Park experiences a high influx of tourists during the peak season. With many mobile and permanent tented camps or lodges, it becomes hard to say that Serengeti is a remote destination.
You can still find your remote paradise in Serengeti National Park! Consider exploring the best Serengeti experiences at the Eastern Serengeti, Grumeti Reserve, and Mwiba Wildlife Reserve from November to June.
It is the best time to come across excellent wildlife sightings and migration viewing opportunities. You can indulge in many exciting activities beyond traditional game drives to make your remote and longer stay worthier.
The Eastern Serengeti is a beautiful region of the Tanzania National Park. The remote area of the park- Eastern Serengeti, is perfect for adventurous travelers looking to enjoy an off-beaten-track safari experience.
The Eastern Serengeti region offers year-round wildlife sightings. November to February is the best time to witness the Great Migration. It is the time when the migrating herds move towards the Southern Serengeti. During the green season- December to May, you can see the plains become lush, which attracts game. The Eastern Serengeti is home to the dense cheetah concentration.
Visiting the famous landmark in the Eastern Serengeti-Gol Kopjes is the area known for leopard, cheetah, and lion sightings. Spotting cheetahs is the best highlight of the Eastern Serengeti. The Gol Kopjes is a Japanese rock garden having granite rock formations.
During the rainy season- January to June, the Gol Kopjes offers some of the best game viewing opportunities in Serengeti. You can see the Great Migration passing through the area.
Eastern Serengeti is a year-round safari destination! If you are chasing the Great Migration, consider visiting Eastern Serengeti from April to June or November to January.
Mwiba Wildlife Reserve in the Serengeti National Park offers exclusive footage of the Great Migration calving season. After the short rains in November, the migrating herds move to the southern Serengeti. The short grasses in the Southern Serengeti are best for the newborn. January to February is the calving season and the best time to visit the reserve.
You may find many camps and lodges in Southern Serengeti from December to March. Mwiba Wildlife Reserve is for the guests staying at its lodge or camp.
Guests can access the Mwiba Reserve and an exclusive concession nearby Ngorongoro Conservation Area.
Compared to other game-viewing areas in the Southern Serengeti, Mwiba Reserve has a greater diversity of wildlife. At the Mwiba Private Wildlife Reserve, guests can drive off-road!
The Grumeti Reserve in the north of the Serengeti Western Corridor is one of the exclusive reserves in Tanzania. It is a beautiful, private wildlife reserve and a remote corner of Serengeti National Park.
If you are looking for the best-kept secret of remoteness in Serengeti, consider the Grumeti Reserve. You can enjoy an amazing and intimate game-viewing opportunity. Grumeti Reserve allows you to enjoy a private Serengeti safari experience.
The Grumeti River offers exceptional game viewing. The private reserve boasts of the black rhino- a critically endangered species.
Only the guests at one of the properties can watch the Grumeti River Crossing. The river crossing by the migrating herds is one of the best parts of the Wildebeest Migration. The Grumeti River Crossing takes place from May to early July.
When the Great Wildebeest Migration is here from May-early July, guests staying at one of the properties can watch as the great herds of wildebeests cross the Grumeti River.
It is worth visiting when the Serengeti migration moves northwards from the Seronera. The Migrating herds face the fatal challenge of jumping across the crocodile-infested Grumeti River.
Lemala Nanyukie camp has fifteen luxury tents above the ground on the foundation of a wooden platform. The tent’s spacious interiors have a lounge area, private plunge pool, bathtub, and indoor or outdoor showers. You can enjoy pre-dinner drinks around the Lemala Nanyukie camp cozy fire pit.
The camp activities include day game drives, a walking safari with a Maasai guide, and a hot air balloon safari.
You can see plenty of big cats at Namiri Plains camp. Namiri, in the Swahili language, means Big Cat! Namiri Plains camp features ten large tents with swimming pools, indoor showers, a spa, and outdoor bathtubs. The common area of the Namiri Plains camp has a cheetah-themed décor.
You can enjoy the camp activities in the concession area of the Namiri Plains. It allows the guests to enjoy safari activities like walking safaris in the camp concession area.
The luxury lodge, Mwiba, has only eight tented suites. Each tented suite overlooks a rocky gorge. The airy, spacious Mwiba Lodge tents have floor-to-ceiling windows and spacious bathrooms with copper accents. You can access the Mwiba Lodge full-service spa, expansive lounge, and infinity pool.
Guests staying at Mwiba Lodge can go on night game drives in the wildlife reserve. Night game drives in Mwiba Wildlife Reserve are the best opportunity to see unique nocturnal wildlife! Other lodge activities include walking safaris, day game drives, visits to the Hadzabe Bushmen, and fly camping. The Mwiba Lodge is the best for enjoying a stay with a remote experience during your Serengeti safari.
Mila Tented Camp allows you to stay in a classic East African accommodation. The camp comprises five tented rooms and a family tent (with two bedrooms).
Each tent of the Mila Camp overlooks the wildlife and waterhole areas. A stay at the Mila Tented Camp in the Mwiba Wildlife Reserve helps you to enjoy excellent game viewing.
From July to October, the Legendary Songa Migrational Camp is in the Northern Serengeti. The Legendary Songa Migrational Camp moves to Mwiba Wildlife Reserve from December to March. It’s the only mobile camp in the entire Southern Serengeti area!
The Legendary Songa Migrational Camp has two parts. Each part has nine luxury tents.
You will enjoy your stay in one of the most comfortable stays at the migratory camp- Legendary Songa. Enjoy walking safaris, game drives, and the Datoga tribe visit during your stay.
The Singita Sasakwa Lodge sits atop a hill and has an exceptional view of the Serengeti plains. The lodge comprises ten luxury air-conditioning cottages, a heated infinity plunge pool, and a lounge with a fireplace.
During your stay in the Singita Sasakwa Lodge, you get access to the spa, gym, and two tennis courts. The Sasakwa lodge activities include day/night game drives, walking safaris, and a visit to the anti-poaching unit.
The Singita Sabora Tented Camp in the Grumeti Reserve is an integral part of the Serengeti ecosystem. Guests at the Singita Sabora Tented Camp can enjoy an exceptional wildlife-viewing experience.
The elegance of Sabora Tented Camp can make your stay memorable with a remote and private experience. You can add comforts to your Serengeti safari with a spa treatment and other luxurious amenities at the Sabora Tented camp.
The Singita Faru Faru Lodge allows you to experience the Serengeti Migration far away from the crowds. Guests are guaranteed exceptional game-viewing experiences and indulge in pampering themselves at the camp. The Singita Faru Faru Lodge has seven-bedroom suites, one villa suite, and one family suite. The Singita Faru Faru Lodge suites are air-conditioned and have a private deck.
The Serengeti National Park in Tanzania has the world’s largest wildlife concentrations. The Tanzania National Park set the stage for an annual Great Wildebeest Migration.
Do you want to avoid the masses and enjoy an intimate Serengeti National Park safari experience? If you want to enjoy Serengeti safari tours away from the crowds, there are a few things to consider for a remoter experience.
If you desire to travel safely in Serengeti away from the crowd, consider safari bubbles without the crowds as paramount.
The short rains from October to December are the most rewarding times to go on the Serengeti safari. You can enjoy a memorable game-viewing experience during this time of the year.
The endless plains of Serengeti National Park ensure the presence of an elephant, buffalo, giraffe, and plenty of other resident games. The African wild dog, cheetah, lion, and leopards are ruling the Serengeti plains.
You can avoid the crowds and experience the best of Serengeti by selecting accommodation in private reserves.
An experienced safari operator has the knowledge to assist and guide travelers to enjoy a more intimate, quieter Serengeti safari. As safari experts in Tanzania, we have in-depth knowledge of the logistical details, an understanding of the seasons, and the best travel times.
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A remote safari experience in Serengeti National Park means exclusive game viewing. Far from the crowd, find the bliss of nature! Serengeti is made for exclusiveness, come and unfold the best surprise it has kept for you.