Getting to Serengeti Bushtops, Serengeti Natioal Park
A Tanzania safari in Serengeti National Park at Serengeti Bushtops means fabulous, abundant wildlife viewing all year round - with a ringside seat for the Great Migration.
Serengeti Bushtops nestles within the northern sector of the Serengeti National Park, Tanzania, a UNESCO World Heritage site. With the famous Mara River just a short drive away, the camp lies in the path of the annual Wildebeest migration, which takes place between June and November.
‘Breathtaking’, is what lodge guests say when gazing out over the romantic expanse of the Serengeti Plains, one of nature’s most spectacular landscapes which span over 14 763 square kilometres (5 700 square miles). Serengeti Bushtops is 24km (15 miles) from the Mara River.
Environmental conservation is an essential part of the camp’s philosophy and daily good practice. Serengeti Bushtops draws on solar power and underground water sources to meet many of its needs – and makes a point of sharing technology and resources with local villages.
How to get there
Serengeti Bushtops in the northern Serengeti National Park, Tanzania can be reached in various ways. The quickest access is by light aircraft from Arusha or Lake Manyara, landing at the nearby Kogatende airstrip.
Alternately, this lodge can be combined with its sister camp Mara Bushtops, Kenya. Guests can fly from Mara Bushtops airstrip at Siana Springs to Migori, transfer to Isabenia Border and then enjoy a scenic 4 hour drive through fascinating bush country.
Serengeti Bushtops can be reached by road from Ngorongoro, Nudutu and the southern Serengeti.
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