Ubuntu Camp

Ubuntu Camp in Serengeti

Ubuntu Camp in Serengeti

Like its sister camps Olakira and Kimondo, Ubuntu moves to follow the wildebeest migration.

Ubuntu Camp moves three times a year to optimise the chance of witnessing the great wildebeest migration. Between November and March, the camp is pitched on the open southern plains, where the annual migration is calving. From May to early July it is in the western corridor. It then moves to the north of the Serengeti until early November, where it is positioned to witness the wildebeest crossing of the Mara River.

Ubuntu has eight tents. The en-suite bathroom has a single basin with running water, a flushing toilet and a bucket shower, which is filled upon request. There is a spacious family tent, one of the biggest in the Serengeti.

Guests are provided with ‘walkie-talkies’ allowing them to contact staff for an escort during the night or room service. In the evenings, the Camp is lit only by lanterns, creating a magical and romantic ambiance.

Spend three nights at Ubuntu Camp to give you enough time to explore the surrounding area properly.


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