Grass and Rain – Set on the short-grass plains, the Southern Serengeti hosts the wildebeest birthing season and all the predator action that dogs this movable feast. Pyramids of Life – Grass and Rain from… Read More
You’ll see we’re big fans of combining our camps, and this is because each location proffers a different experience. Our camps are scattered across two countries, and a diverse range of wildlife zones – Mara North Conservancy, Masai Mara Reserve, Serengeti National Park, and Ngorongoro Conservation Area – and on top of that, each camp has its own unique character too.
We also love mixing up traditional game drives with other fun activities: balloon rides, bush dinners, exploring at night, getting out on foot, river fishing, learning traditional cultures… There are so many ways to enrich your safari experience.
Of course, we are all about flexibility, so if you’d like to pick and mix and concoct your own safari, that’s an option too – all the ingredients are there for the taking.
The day gently draws to a close and, as the last light glints across your lens, your thoughts turn from lions and leopards to wine and a succulent dinner. Nearby your staff from Serian… Read More
If you’re after the raw proximity of nature, unsurpassed game viewing, the elegant simplicity of sleeping in a tent, and the hypnotic lure of a campfire in the evening, come and visit our Nkorombo camp… Read More
This week I’ve been taking my guests here at Serian to see a tree. You’d might not think that would be top of the excitement list when the Big Five are around, but this leather… Read More
ROUTE TO THE SOLE – Alex spent his childhood exploring the East African bush on foot with his father’s trackers, and he has been guiding and outfitting safaris for over 25 years. This unique blend… Read More
A truly unique opportunity to contemplate the traditional… Walk with the Masai warriors, and hunt with the Hadzabe Bushmen – learn from their age-old wildlife experience in the bush. Walking with Alex, or another experienced… Read More
6.53 AM, Saturday morning, I’m settling into a strong coffee, the morning send off completed, the dawn chorus dissipating as the birds head off to feed. Sammy, one of our Serian mess attendants rushes in with… Read More