Kati Kati Camp

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Comfortable tented camp covering the vast Serengeti plains and within easy reach of the central Seronera river region

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$210 per person, per night

Comfortable tented camp covering the vast Serengeti plains and within easy reach of the central Seronera river region

This very cleverly located safari camp offers something really special for the mid-range budget.  The camp offers an atmosphere of privacy with intimate isolation in an area of exceptional natural beauty, rich in wildlife and inhabited by spectacular local tribes

The campsite, known as Makoma, is strategically located to cover the vast Serengeti Plains.  With scenic drives in whichever direction you follow, the camp is only a 2 hour drive from the Grumeti River and Olduvai Gorge Museum but which a choice of airstips nearby.

The camp offers comfortable accommodation in 20 tents with en suite facilities.  The mess tent, where meals are served, is well kitted out in a central area of the camp.  Every evening the campfire forms a central hub where guests enjoy appetizers and snacks whilst discussing the day’s events before dinner.

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