Siringit Serengeti Camp

‘Siringit Serengeti Camp’ is the latest addition to the collection of luxury camps to be found in the Serengeti National Park. It is the product of an already proven collaboration between ‘Intimate Places,’ a long-established hotel management company operating all over the Northern Safari circuit of Tanzania; ‘Meg Vaun Interiors’ of South Africa and Miguel Van Hoof, proprietor of the beautiful ‘Siringit Villa’ located on the Kilimanjaro Golf & Wildlife Estate on the outskirts of Arusha. Encouraged by the enormous success of ‘Siringit Villa,’ these three partners decided to join forces once again to create a gorgeous new camp in the heart of the Serengeti Nation Park‘Siringit Serengeti Camp,’ which received its first guests in August 2017, is located some six kilometres East of Seronera Airstrip on ‘Sero 5’ Special Campsite. This site was originally chosen to host a group of visiting officials from ‘Yellowstone National Park’ in the United States. Because of its very convenient location, natural beauty and the abundance of wildlife to be found in the area, it was decided to gazette this idyllic spot as an official campsite. The site still appears on many official maps of the Serengeti National Park as “Yellowstone.”Besides being very conveniently located for guests who fly into Seronera Airstrip, Siringit Serengeti Camp is only one hour’s drive from ‘Nabi Hill,’ the gateway to the Serengeti National Park for guests arriving by road from the Ngorongoro Conservation Area. The Seronera River, the famous Hippo pool, the Serengeti Research Centre and the departure point for balloon Safaris are also conveniently close by. The camp consists of 8 accommodation tents, each measuring 45 square metres to include a private verandah. A two-bedroomed family tent is also available for guests travelling with small children. Each tent sits atop a raised wooden platform and consists of a generous sleeping area complete with lounge space. An ensuite bathroom with “his and hers” wash hand basins, large shower and separate toilet completes each guest tent. The family tent is appointed to the same high standards. Beautifully furnished lounge and dining tents with covered verandahs enjoying stunning views over the Serengeti plains occupy pride of place at the centre of the camp. Here, guests are able to enjoy periods of complete rest and relaxation before and after exciting game drives. Wireless internet, reading books and board games are also available for guests use here.

Rooms

Accommodation Tents

Accommodation tents are spacious providing 45 square metres (450 square feet approx.) of living space. Beds can be set up as doubles or twins and three of the tents can be set up as triples. The wood panelled bathrooms have "his" and "her" wash hand basins, rain showers and separate toilets. A constant supply of both hot and cold water are available for guests use throughout the night and day.The entire camp enjoys 24 hours of electricity generated primarily through solar panels, but with a standby generator available for use as and when required.

Family Tent

The family tent is spacious providing 90 square metres (900 square feet approx.) of living space. Each accommodation tent can be set up for single, double or triple accommodation. The two wood panelled bathrooms (one per bedroom) have "his" and "her" wash hand basins, rain showers and separate toilets. A constant supply of both hot and cold water are available for guests use throughout the night and day.The entire camp enjoys 24 hours of electricity generated primarily through solar panels, but with a standby generator available for use if and when required.

Honeymoon Tent

The "Honeymoon" tent is spacious providing 45 square metres (450 square feet approx.) of living space. It is located slightly further away from the other accommodation tents in order to provide guests staying there with additional privacy. The layout of the tent itself has also been changed to take advantage of the spectacular views which it enjoys thanks to its location.The wood panelled bathroom has "his" and "her" wash hand basins, rain shower and separate toilet. A constant supply of both hot and cold water are available for guests use throughout the night and day.The entire camp enjoys 24 hours of electricity generated primarily through solar panels, but with a standby generator available for use if and when required.

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