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Like the animal it is named after, ‘Camp Zebra’ follows the zebra and wildebeest migration to the northern part of the Serengeti National Park in June, July, August, September, October and November and to the southern part from December till March. Camp Zebra is closed from the middle of April till the end of May each year.
Kogatende area July, August, September & October.
Central Serengeti area June, November & Mid December.
Ndutu area Mid December, January, February & March.
Closed April & May.
Camp Zebra is a highly experienced mobile tented camp safari accommodation provider headquartered in Usa River on the outskirts of Arusha, Tanzania. Camp Zebra has been designed to be mobile so that it can be moved as quickly as possible to keep up with the Wildebeest when they move. Camp Zebra follows the zebra and wildebeest migration to the northern part of the Serengeti National Park as detailed above.
The camp consists of 6 accommodation tents, each of which can be used for single, double (or twin) or triple occupancy.
• 1 double bed
• 2 single beds
• 1 double bed
• 2 single beds
• 1 double bed
Each sleeping tent includes: ✓ Bedroom area ✓ Dressing area ✓ Ensuite shower ✓ Toilet ✓ Lounge area ✓ Shower.
• Day tent - It is comfortably laid out to include both a dining area as well as a lounge area for rest and relaxation.
Tent facilities are all “open air” to heighten the experience of living in the bush. However, privacy is still assured from the clever design of your tent. As an added convenience, each tent is provided with sufficient electricity for lighting as well as for charging mobile telephones, cameras, tablets, laptop computers or any other electronic devices you may carry with you. This is a luxury bush accommodation that will offer you surprises each day.
Facilities include: ✓ day tent ✓ dining area ✓ lounge area for rest and relaxation ✓ coffee table books ✓ board games ✓ a writing bureau ✓ wireless internet connectivity ✓ camp fire ✓ well stocked bar ✓ laundry (No extra cost) ✓ balloon safaris.
• Dining tent - It offers breakfast and lunch presented in buffet-style and feature a wide range of international choices. Guests can enjoy a ‘full English Breakfast' as well as other European options. Lunch menus include meat, poultry, fish and vegetarian options. Dinner menus feature salad buffets, soups, entrée, pudding, cheese and biscuits and tea or coffee. Vegetarian options are always available. The majority of meat and dairy products as well as fruits and vegetables are sourced from the communities that surround the area.
• Bush breakfast/bush diner - They are arranged at carefully selected spots on the Serengeti plains. The diner site will present tables, safari chairs, cocktails and hot meals where a range of meats, poultry, fish and vegetables are brought on-site. Supplements include soups, salads and puddings from the dining tent.
• Sun-downer cocktails – These takes place in the evenings and are traditionally served around a campfire followed by a lamp-lit bush dinner. It is the concept of having drinks whilst watching the sun go down that dates back to the times of the great safaris of the 1920's.
• Romantic outdoor dining - A dining table is set up on a unique spot outside your tent for a romantic meal under the stars. Meals are delicious with an emphasis on simple fresh organic salads, platters, burgers, pizzas and sandwiches.
• Bar - ‘Camp Zebra’ has a well stocked bar which serves a selection of wines, spirits, beers and minerals, the cost of which is included in the accommodation rates. Relax at the bar lounge with a soft drink, beer or perhaps a nice glass of wine. The bar lounge is the perfect place to come to after a safari. Come for drinks or simply for a relaxed evening out with your family, partner or friend.
• Campfire - It is a place where you can relax after a busy day. Every evening the fire is lit at sunset. It is the perfect place to enjoy an after dinner drink under the African skies while chatting with fellow guests or friends.
• Wildebeest migration game drive - When the smell of rain reaches the pregnant cows they head south to the short grass plains where the new green shoots emerging up through the mineral-rich volcanic soil, provide essential nutrition for the unborn calves, usually born in the month of February in the far south. After the birthing season and at the end of the long rains of April and May, the animals return north, passing through the western corridor on their way back across the border and the Mara River into Kenya.
• Day excursion - Guests can have a day out to explore Serengeti Plains in Serengeti National Park. The area is an out-standing natural beauty offering magnificent sights. For bird watchers, there are many species of birds you can spot.
• Balloon safari: An early morning balloon safari provided before breakfast gives you more chance to explore this game park. Wildebeests and the scenery from a birds eye view is breathtaking
(Note – Hot air balloon is an excursion booked separately. It is advisable that you book it early to avoid disappointment.)
• Walking Safaris include nature trails along the rocky terrain and the Serengeti plains. You will discover the abundant plant life, birds, reptiles and insects of this area.
• BIG FIVE Safari - Learn about the five most popular animals to search for while on your African safari: the lion, leopard, buffalo, elephant and rhinoceros.
• Take a Serengeti Game Drive - Get up close and personal with lions, elephants, zebras, buffaloes, crocodiles and more. Safaris offer a once-in-a-lifetime excursion in the best-known wildlife sanctuary in the world.
• Visit Ngorongoro Crater - Ngorongoro is often described as one of the wonders of the world. It boasts the world's largest intact volcanic caldera (a cauldron-like feature formed by the collapse of land after a volcanic eruption). Book a guided tour to explore this incredible area and its wildlife, which includes the rare black rhino.
Levies: Rates do not include Tanzania Development Levy which currently stands at US$ 1.5 per person per day including children.
Cancellation / Prepayment: Cancellation and prepayment policies vary according to room type. Please indicate the dates of your stay and check with us the terms and conditions that apply to your requested room.
Payments: Bookings and reservations must be confirmed 90 days prior to your arrival date at the Lodge. Bookings not secured by the appropriate payment will be released.
Children and extra beds
Not allowed! Child under 2 years.
Children above 3-16 years: 90% adult rate.
All further older children are charged 95% adult rate per night for extra beds. The maximum number of extra beds/children's cots permitted in a room is one.
Any type of extra bed or child's cot/crib is upon request and needs to be confirmed and authorised.
Supplements are not calculated automatically in the total costs and will have to be paid separately during your stay.
Check-in/check-out: Check-in - 14:00 hrs. Check-out - 11:00 hrs.
Groups: When booking more than 10 rooms at once, different policies on accommodation and transport discounts may apply.
Accepted credit cards: American Express , Visa , Euro/Mastercard , Diners Club
We reserve the right to pre-authorise credit cards prior to your arrival.
• Guarded Complex.
• Pets are not allowed.
• Daily Cleaning Service.
• Airport Shuttle (additional charge).
• Packed lunches.
• Ironing Service (additional charge).
• Laundry (additional charge).
• Butler Services.
• Located on 'Great Wildebeest Migration route'.
Airport transfers are available at an additional charge. Please let us know that we need to pick you up at the airport upon your arrival. Do not assume. Some clients do make their own private transport arrangements.