Grumeti Serengeti Tented Camp
Rates & Seasons
From $ 755
To $ 1,205
Fully-inclusive, Per Person
At Grumeti Serengeti Tented Camp age is truly just a number! Young or old, this vibrant and rejuvenating haven charms all guests with its warm welcome and dramatic setting.
With ample resident game, the Camp is also the perfect vantage point for one of the most famous crossing points of the Great Migration.
Relax right on the water’s edge and unwind to the playful frolics of our resident family of hippo. Just make sure you don’t try to take a walk on that extra green patch of lawn - it’s really a floating garden of water cabbage that is home to some of Africa’s biggest crocodiles!
Why Stay at Grumeti
- Perfectly situated for sightings of the Great Migration crossing the Grumeti River
- Situated in Tanzania's premier wilderness area of the Serengeti National Park
- On the banks of the Grumeti River, home to some of Africa's largest crocodiles
- Remote wilderness camp in the thick of the animal action
Wild and remote
Nestled among evergreen trees on the water’s edge, Grumeti Serengeti Tented Camp offers a wild and remote experience in the thick of the animal action. Set on the banks of an oxbow lake, it is the perfect vantage point to watch the vast masses of the Great Migration making their dramatic river crossing. Dense riverside thickets hide a multitude of secrets and delights, from the acrobatic antics of colobus monkeys to the brilliant plumage of dozens of bird species.
Blaze of colour
Step into a blaze of colour in one of only ten flamboyant tents under shady palm frond roofs. Bright, whimsical interiors welcome and invigorate. Vibrant surprises await at every step, from beaded curtains to intricate mosaic surfaces table tops. A spacious outdoor shower is shaded from the sun and stars by a wrought iron dome. Night time becomes an adventure, as hippo call to one another while you lie in the comfort of your king size bed.
Riotous colours spread through guest areas, where intimate spaces refresh and renew. Decks open onto the riverfront and guests can watch the river's inhabitants from the lodge pool. As night descends, camp buildings and paths are magically lit by flaming torches and lamps. Tempting scents from the boma entice and attract. Traditional fires, jikos and outdoor ovens produce mouth-watering aromas and meals against the backdrop of African night sounds.