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Migration Camp, Serengeti National Park, Tanzania

Migration Camp is built on a large granite kopje in the Ndiassiata Hills in the northern Serengeti. Overlooking the Grumeti River, the 20 tented rooms are built on wooden platforms and spread throughout wooded grounds.

All the rooms are stylishly designed and have en suite bathrooms and private verandas with views towards the Grumeti River where hippos can be seen and heard. The surrounding area supports a good population of resident game and large mammals often pass through the camp.

The main area has a large swimming pool and sun deck which is the perfect place to cool off in the hot afternoons. There is also a large tented lounge area with a library where you can sit on the squashy sofas and enjoy the views. Meals are taken in the canvas-walled dining room area while cocktails and snacks are served each evening on the west-facing sundown deck.

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