We entered the Serengeti through the Ndabaka Gate to avoid the crowds, and were truly rewarded with spectacular landscapes and wildlife -- without seeing another vehicle our entire first day! And so, we stayed at Mbalageti Camp to enjoy our surroundings in gracious hospitality and accommodation. The camp, the views, the dining, and our host all exceeded our expectations -- and with the river raging this time of year, crossing to the hotel by suspension footbridge (hotel porters carried our luggage, and met us with their vehicle on the other side) only added to the sensation of being thoroughly "on safari" far from all the tourists. After a restful night in our courtesy-upgraded suite, and several delicious meals, we returned to our vehicle early the next morning to find elephant waiting for us where we had parked. Good morning, Serengeti!…
It was a new experience to stay 2 amazing nights in a wonderful place like this in a national park the view from rooms ,restaurant is gorgeous , all the staff are so helpful ,suite was luxury, food is so delecious Overall it was an excellent experince
Actually it’s an amazing hotel. Everything is great, the food, rooms,view and the staff , they are so kind,honest and polit. The view there is awesome everything is natural and it’s a very nice place for relaxation and calmness. The food is actually delicious “breakfast,lunch and dinner”. The place there is so clean and pretty nice. It was really a wonderful experience and i wanna go there again
it is an amazing place to go, everything was nice. clean room, delicious food, very helpful and nice staff,the rooms had a great views over serengeti. overall it was excellent and I would love To go again
We had an adventurous time here. With the river crossing being flooded, we had to use the foot bridge to cross and what a thrilling experience that was! The manager offered us complimentary sundowners to make up for being slightly late in picking us up from the foot bridge. He sure knows how to keep his guests happy!