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Where to stay in Central Serengeti

Where to stay in Central Serengeti

Where to stay in Central Serengeti | Tented Camps in Serengeti |  Accomodations in Serengeti | Top Serengeti Safari  | Tanzania National Parks | Serengeti Migration  | Tanzania  Lodges and Camps | Hotels in Tanzania | Where to Stay in Tanzania  | 

When people say ‘Serengeti’, they’re often picturing the beating heart of the vast wilderness. The Seronera region is often known as ‘big cat country’ due to the larger numbers of leopards, lions, and cheetahs in the region.

Its central location makes it something of a crossroads for those heading west, south, or north – so it’s rare that your trip won’t include a Central Serengeti lodge or tented camp.

Budget Lodges in the Central Serengeti

As the most popular corner of the Serengeti with tourists, the Central Serengeti is serviced by the Seronera Campsite.

While this is definitely a rustic camping experience, there’s something to be said for sleeping out under the stars and experiencing Africa’s wilderness as countless explorers have before you.

All camping safaris with Shadows of Africa include camping equipment and the services of a private chef, so you’re not left to fend for yourselves!

Medium Lodges in the Central Serengeti

Seronera’s popularity means that it provides the broadest variety of accommodation options, with both tented and lodge facilities to be found in abundance.

For those wanting their WiFi and comforts from home, the Central Serengeti lodges provide this in spades.

Kat Kati Tented Camp

Another property from the ever-reliable Tanganyika Wilderness Camps, Kati Kati Tented Camp has served hundreds of Shadows of Africa clients over the years.

The epitome of a tented camp experience, you’ll sleep in a comfortable bed with ensuite bathroom while being lulled to sleep by the grunts of Wildebeest and the high-pitched chuckle of hyenas.

Recommended For: Everybody.


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Kenzan Tented Camp

Kenzan’s Kisura Camp is another Shadows of Africa favourite, offering comfortable accommodations at the heart of all the action.

There are no fences or walls here to separate you from the untamed wilderness of the Serengeti, but your tent will be an escape from it all as you take a hot shower and sleep in a big, comfortable bed.

Recommended For: Everyone!

Kiota Tented Camp

A luxury camp at family-friendly pricing, Kiota Tented Camp is fast becoming one of Shadows of Africa’s most recommended options in the Central Serengeti.

Part of the impressive Chaka Camps brand, Kiota hilltop location in the Central Serengeti affords guests spectacular 360 degree views. The large, breezy tented rooms have plenty of windows to allow you to enjoy it all from the comfort of your bed or desk as well!

If you want luxury but don’t want to break the bank, Kiota is a must.

Recommended For: People with a little extra spending money.

Sopa Serengeti

For those who want a roof over their heads and more comforts from home, the ever-reliable Sopa provides a brick and mortar lodge at the heart of the Serengeti.

The Sopa brand is well-known across East Africa for its comfortable rooms, its big swimming pools, and its delicious buffet dinners.

If you’re traveling with kids or can’t stand to be off the grid for too long, Sopa Serengeti is where you’ll want to be.

Recommended For: Families and large groups.

Luxury Lodges in the Central Serengeti

The best and most extravagant luxury lodges in the Serengeti can be found in the Central Serengeti. From the glitz and glamour of the Four Seasons Safari Lodge to impressive tented camps like Pioneer’s Camp and Serengeti Under Canvas, the Central Serengeti is the perfect place to splurge on your luxury safari.


Kubu Kubu Tented Camp

The most popular of the luxury camps in the Serengeti, Tanganyika Wilderness Camps’ Kubu Kubu offers up personalized service and luxury accommodations at affordable prices.

With twenty-five spacious tents and dedicated dining and relaxing tents, guests can soak in the Serengeti’s natural beauty from the grounds, from their dining space, or even from their private deck.

Recommended ForA special occasion or a trip where this is your treat to yourselves.


Mbuzi Mawe Tented Camp

A Serena property with a twist, Mbuzi Mawe’s stone-floored tents perfectly marry the wilderness experience with private bathrooms, WiFi connections, and spacious rooms.

Dining out under the stars while watching traditional Maasai dance is sure to be an experience you’ll treasure for years.

Recommended For: Honeymooners and couples.


Four Seasons Serengeti Safari Lodge

The Four Seasons brand goes hand in hand with unforgettable luxury experiences and their Serengeti Safari Lodge is no exception.

From the decadent meals to the spacious rooms to the infinity pool overlooking a very active watering hole, the Four Seasons experience is like being on safari while you’re on safari. In fact, it’s not unusual for us to have guests call mid-safari to ask if they can extend their stay!

Recommended For: Couples, families, and Instagram models.


Serena Serengeti

Ideal for families, Serena Serengeti is the perfect middle ground between creature comforts and affordability.

Blending the African aesthetic with old-world charm, Serena’s rooms are a fusion of African architecture and European style.

Like all Serena lodges, their Serengeti property boasts a huge swimming pool, private balconies on the rooms, and delicious meals.

Recommended For: Families and large groups.


Angata Serengeti

Like all Angata properties, Angata’s Serengeti location is all about affordable luxury. With just twelve spacious tents set out in the wilderness, Angata boasts customized service and stunning views of the Serengeti ecosystem.

Recommended For: Barefoot luxury.


&Beyond Serengeti Under Canvas

If money isn’t an object, you could do a lot worse than &Beyond’s spectacular Serengeti Under Canvas.

We’re talking chandeliers, private butler service, and luxuriant Indian rugs all mixed in with the traditional experience of dining under the stars and sleeping with only the sounds of the Serengeti to lull you to sleep.

Recommended For: Honeymoons and anniversaries.


Serengeti Pioneer’s Camp

Part of the gorgeous Elewana collection of properties, Pioneer Camp aims to recreate the glory days of the 1930s, when safaris were very much ‘off the beaten track’.

Of course, as a luxury property, it achieves this with plenty of style and flair. The glamorous tented accommodations speak to the glory days of Europe while still embracing the African location, while dining out under the stars immerses you in the very wilderness you’ve come to experience.

Recommended ForSpecial occasions.

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