Olakira Camp is a luxury mobile tented camp that follows the wildebeest migration across the Serengeti National Park. From December to March it is located in the Ndutu area, on the southern Serengeti plains where the wildebeest give birth. The camp moves to the Kogatende area in the northern Serengeti from June to mid-November, to be in the ideal place to see the migrating herds travelling to and from the Masai Mara.
Accommodation & Facilities
Olakira Camp is an intimate camp comprising nine guest tents and two large mess/dining tents. The guest tents are spacious and comfortable with large king-size or twin beds and convenient en-suite bathrooms with flush toilets. Each tent has a spacious covered deck which offers the opportunity for the bed/s to be rolled out and for guests to sleep under the stars. Staff ask each night where the guests would like to sleep and turn down accordingly. Meals are served in the dining tent or in a private location under the stars.
Wildlife & Activities
The southern and northern regions of the Serengeti are renowned for outstanding wildlife viewing. During game drives in these areas you will have close encounters with astonishing numbers of animals which can include lion, leopard, cheetah, elephant, buffalo, giraffe, and if you are lucky, you might even witness the members of the vast wildebeest herd give birth almost simultaneously around Ndutu.