Serengeti

Nomad Serengeti Safari Camp

Overview

Moving with the migration

Nomad’s Serengeti Safari Camp is a classic canvas camp that moves with the migrating wildebeest, ensuring that you're never far from the action.

Completely upping sticks and changing position every couple of months, the entire camp follows the ancient routes around the Serengeti with the luxury here all about the wildlife experience, setting and guiding.

There are six large Meru style tents with everything you need and nothing you don’t. Each has dressing room area separating the beds from the en suite bathrooms and safari bucket showers. The family tent has two bedrooms and adjoining sitting area. A separate lounge and dining tent along with a traditional safari fireplace are the heart of the camp.

Facts

At a glance

  • Six Meru tents including family tent

  • Dining mess

  • Library and bar

  • Optional private game drives

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Experiences

  • Game drives

Community & Culture

Nomad was founded on the belief that to make a meaningful contribution to the conservation of wildlife, the needs of people must also be considered, making sure that it is they feel the benefit from keeping wild places safe. Nomad uses their reach and logistics – planes, cars, camps and teams – to reach deep into some of the most remote parts of Tanzania with health and education outreach.

Villages on the outskirts of national parks are often supporting their communities with little resources and run-down facilities, and Merenga, located on the northwestern border of the Serengeti, is no different. With some camp staff members originating from the area, Nomad supports its school and 1000+ students by improving their learning environment, as well as support the clinic with urgently needed medical supplies. Currently, they are building an extra block of toilets in the school, supplying educational resources, and helping stock the clinic with medicines.

Conservation

Nomad was among the first operators to support the Serengeti De-Snaring conservation program. The Frankfurt Zoological Society (FZS) led project sends a team or rangers out to find poachers’ camps and remove wire snares from the Serengeti ecosystem, with just one team collecting nearly 10,000 snares in their first year of operation. Donations from each bed night as well from shop and massage profits have added up to around $10,000 a year, helping make a serious dent on the illegal trapping and poaching of wildlife in this significant ecosystem.

Footprint

Being completely mobile, the camp has an extremely light footprint with no permanent infrastructure leaving a mark on the landscape. Plastic has been eliminated where possible with recycling and waste disposal managed responsibly, and water usage is extremely efficient.

What makes us different

Why Niarra

Niarra Travel is a forward-thinking travel company headquartered in London born out of a passion to do things differently.

In Swahili, a Bantu language spoken by millions in Eastern, Central and Southern Africa, the name Niara means "with utmost purpose" and our team are united by a passion for exploration and a belief that the right kind of travel can make the world a better place.

Our Travel Researchers are here to create incredible trips with a positive impact for you.

  • Unforgettable experiences

    Creating your trip is entirely collaborative and our Travel Researchers are here for every step.

  • Positive impact

    Curated sustainable experiences and accommodation that maximize the benefits to local people and place.

  • Fairness and transparency

    An open, competitive pricing structure that ensures more money goes to where it's needed in the destination.

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