Serengeti Pioneer Camp
Located in the South Central part of Serengeti in Tanzania – (in the Moru Kopjes area), the Serengeti Pioneer Camp is preferably positioned to provide exceptional accessibility to the yearly migration as well as the ‘Big 5’ with wide ranging views looking over the Moru Kopjes, the endless plains plus Lake Magadi.
All of Elewana’s camps plus lodges have their own private style and experience. The Serengeti Pioneer Camp carries on with this tradition. With respect to the mobile camps set back in the 1930’s, a period when an African safari was legitimately a journey into the mysterious wild, the close proximity of Serengeti Pioneer Camp to nature offers an unmistakably exclusive and truly personal offering. The dining tent is where breakfast plus dinner are served at the Camp, whilst lunch is normally enjoyed back at the Camp or out in the bush during another amazing exciting day of adventure within the Serengeti.
How to get to Serengeti Pioneer Camp
This pioneer camp can be accessed by air or road. From Seronera Airstrip, it is just 30 minute drive to the camp. Fortunately the camp is situated near the renowned Moru Kopjes that offer great access to the annual Migration as well as the Big Five.
With the annual migration plus the ‘Big Five’ being the commonest highlights to any visitor into Serengeti National Park, the launching of Serengeti Pioneer Camp will assist you to satisfy the needs of even the really expectant safari travelers. The mix of Serengeti Pioneer Camp with the award winning Serengeti Migration Camp in the north, will certainly be easy to cover more than ninety percent of the Serengeti from either of these camps, hence maximizing the game-viewing possibilities, and increasing the time for game viewing.
Situated in one of the perfect locations within the Serengeti, all the game drives lead by our private highly experienced and knowledgeable guides can be organized on request all year round. The game drives include Full day plus half day wildlife adventures with a packed lunch or dining in the bush.
Some of the wildlife highlights
The yearly migration of more than 2 million wild animals within the Serengeti ecosystem is among the most well-known and widely documented natural wonders in the world.
Game viewing to see the Big Five
There is a restaurant plus a dining area at the Serengeti Pioneer Camp which offer very gorgeous views across the wide Serengeti plains. This identical view can be enjoyed from the Lounge Bar which is found on top of a nearby kopje.
this safari camp offers 12 tented facilities (each tent has an additional 2 single beds specially for families), all of these have inside facilities each having a flushing toilet, a shower plus a vanity basin; the interior of the tents are designed to call to mind the finest of an period long-gone and surely remembered.
The camp was voted among the best 5 Luxury Camps by the Best World Travel Guide 2013.
Availability: the camp is open all year round
Average Stay at the camp: 2 nights with an alternative of spending there a third night
Child Policy: the camp welcomes Children of all age groups