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Kogatende, Serengeti National Park Tanzania
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#57 of 169 Speciality lodging in Serengeti National Park
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There is nothing more exotic than staying in the wild and being one with nature yet not compromising comfort and relaxation. This intimate migration camp, conveniently nestled in the Kogatende area, is a semi-permanent mobile tented camp perfect for anticipating movements of the great migration.
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Kogatende, Serengeti National Park Tanzania
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Seronera Airport88 kmSee all flights
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jla100155 wrote a review Oct 2019
Saint Louis, Missouri20 contributions20 helpful votes
This is a mobile camp, so a bit more rustic than the others, but was comfortable and enabled us to see the Great Migration. The staff was very helpful and we felt well tended to. This was the least luxurious of all of the camps we stayed at, but still comfortable.
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Date of stay: September 2019
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AndrewG wrote a review Oct 2019
New York City, New York9 contributions1 helpful vote
This was our 3rd of the Acacia camps. This was the least "luxurious" of the 3, but that's because this one is mobile (they move this camp south in the rainy season to catch that portion of the migration). That being said, the tent itself was still amazing. The only real difference is there isn't hardwood flooring and there is a bucket shower. The bucket shower was actually way more pleasant than I expected. The temperature was perfect, and other than having to call in the hot water (rather than just turning on the hot faucet), felt no different than any other shower around. The staff (like all of their camps) were great, and even baked us a cake and sang and danced with us to celebrate our 3rd night with them. The location is perfect for catching the Migration (in the north
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Date of stay: September 2019
flyawayCA wrote a review Oct 2019
California353 contributions132 helpful votes
My husband and I stayed here for two nights during our safari. This is a migration camp so it does not have the permanent fixtures you will find at their regular tented camp. It does still have a nice big bed and a flushing toilet. The shower is a bucket shower which requires you to call on the walkie talkie and request hot water. The water was not as hot as I would have liked but it worked for what I needed. The staff are friendly and hard working. On our last night a big storm came through with high winds causing the tents to partially collapse and we lost power. The alcohol bottles in the lobby tent all fell and shattered. The staff worked quickly (and we assisted) with putting everything in our tent back together. Luckily our clothes stayed dry. They were able to get the
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Date of stay: September 2019
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fastredcars0 wrote a review Sep 2019
San Francisco, California16 contributions5 helpful votes
As part of a 10 days safari in Tanzania, organized by Gosheni Safari we visited Tarangire, Serengeti Central, Serengeti North and Ngorongoro Parks. In Serengeti North (near the Mara River) we stayed at the Acacia Migration Camp The tented camp was in scenic locations overlooking a great view of the park giving us the "Africa Experience". The service was impeccable, the rooms well appointed with comfortable beds, separate shower, bathtub and toilet. Every night just before dinner, the room was set up for the night (windows closed, bed prepared, …) And finally the food was plentiful and excellent, considering the remote location, with soup, meats, veggies, fruits and dessert, all locally prepared. The staff was fantastic !! Very attentive to our needs, friendly and always ready
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Date of stay: August 2019
Gemma wrote a review Sep 2019
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Me and my partner stayed with Acacia in the north Serengeti for 3 nights in September. It was an incredible camp to stay with! The staff were very friendly, attentive and made sure we were comfortable the entire time. We were in tent one, so we had wifi in our tent, otherwise the lounge/bar and dining tents had good wifi. The chef was incredible - the food was always delicious and so was our packed hot lunches the next day. The tents were big, with our own toilet, bucket shower, and able to charge everything from the tent. The sunrise/sunsets were amazing! There was a staff member to escort you to and from your tent after dark, and they provided walkie talkies to communicate with staff as needed. We stayed there as we wanted to see a river crossing, and it was very close to
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Date of stay: September 2019
US$740 - US$1 162 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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