Tanzania safari in uber cool tented camps that follow the Serengeti migration.
If your ultimate Tanzania safari holiday is sleeping under the stars in luxury canvas tents, the Lemala properties throughout Northern Tanzania may just be the ticket.
Lemala is committed to offering guests seasonal tented camps in the best locations for exhilarating wildlife viewing and of course sheer relaxation.
Winter has this year blessed Lemala with some outstanding African safari wildlife sightings that we would like to share with you.
Lemala Mara in the Northern Serengeti is one of the best camps where you can bear witness to the great Serengeti wildebeest migration. Simply put the very best game viewing in Africa today. This camp is magnificently positioned close to the Mara River and guests have been able to witness thousands of wildebeest leaping into the swollen waters of the Serengeti’s Mara River. Crocodiles, lions and leopards are capitilising on the sudden abundance of food in the area. Guests are also enjoying wildebeest and hippo coming into the camp every night to graze outside the tents. Lions are being seen and heard daily around the camp.
Lemala Tarangire is experiencing a high concentration of the usually elusive wildlife and guests are savouring outstanding African safari game drives. The resident guide together with his guests recently saw three leopards on the same day around the Larmakau, Hondondo and Boundary areas. They also spotted six wild dogs and watc
hed them foraging and playing for more than forty minutes. That evening guests also saw an elephant herd of three hundred strong in the Silale Swamp. Elephants are now regularly passing through the camp every night browsing on the acacia trees. Lemala Tarangire has perhaps the best location out of all the camps, close to the Silale Swamp, the Tarangire River and the Kuro airstrip. With walks and night game drives now available, it does offer guests a superb safari experience.
Lemala Ngorongoro Camp has a lot to shout out about at the moment too with a significant amount of water in the crater and rhino sightings still common. A resident family of elephants can be seen almost daily from the camp as they forage in the red-thorn acacia forest which surrounds the camp. Buffalo usually visit the camp late at night and disappear deeper into the forest early morning. The forest is especially good for birders providing very good sightings of the forest.
For more information on Lemala camps in Tanzania or any other African safari holiday accommodation, destination or experience call us today on 1300 988 378