Located on the migratory route of the Great annual Migration, Serengeti Under Canvas enjoys prime game viewing opportunities in its semi-permanent position.
Serengeti Under Canvas is a luxurious semi-permanent tented camp that moves around the Serengeti following the Great Migration. It is situated adjacent to Kenya’s Masai Mara National Reserve, surrounding it with major wildlife presence. The Serengeti plains are home to an estimate of 35 plains-dwelling mammals, in addition to the prolific bird species and numerous predators.
Situated in close proximity to the Grumeti River and the Mara River, seasonal sightings of the wildlife crossing the rivers can be witnessed. The camp also affords seasonal sightings of the wildebeest calving season at Ndutu. The lodge can be reached via a short road transfer from the Seronera Airstrip in the Serengeti.