Wilderness Tanzania is thrilled to announce the opening of its first luxury mobile tented camp operation, which follows Serengeti National Park’s legendary Great Migration. Wilderness Usawa Serengeti will move with the herd as the animals travel throughout the year across the length and breadth of the national park, with two camps set up in various key locations on the migration route.

“Usawa means ‘balance’ in Swahili, and our vision for Wilderness Usawa Serengeti is to offer the perfect balance between the action and drama of the migration, and the quieter, more remote areas where the camps will be set up.  Guests will feel completely immersed in the unfiltered nature experience, whether witnessing herds of migrating wildebeest or enjoying a quiet bush picnic and sundowners afterwards”, noted Jean du Plessis, Wilderness Tanzania MD. 

Importantly, Wilderness’ camp locations are ideally situated within the Serengeti’s designated walking zones, allowing guided walks to begin directly from camp. Exceptionally knowledgeable and expertly trained, the guides shape truly memorable Serengeti guest experiences. In addition, game drives, birding and stargazing are available from camp.

The intimate camp accommodates just 12 guests in six en-suite safari tents. As the set-up is solar powered and completely mobile, no permanent fixtures are left behind when the camp moves, leaving a light footprint on the Earth. Wilderness is also proud to note that through formal training programmes for children, and by educating and upskilling the community, it empowers local residents to reduce their reliance on poaching, snaring and cutting down trees. By working with the authorities and other local partners, Wilderness strives to help protect the phenomenal natural areas of Serengeti National Park.

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