According to the season our camps in Serengeti National Park and bordering Ngorongoro Conservation Area are placed where you are as close as possible to the impressive big herds of the wildebeests and zebras. Although the exact location of the migration cannot be predicted, you can always be certain to come across many other animals on interesting game drives.
In all seasonal camps you will be staying in spacious tents equipped with comfortable beds with Nordic bedding, canvas cupboards, luggage racks and electric lights. Each tent consists of an en suite bathroom with a flush toilet and a bucket shower. Screened windows on all sides of the tent allow you to be as close to nature as possible. The meals are served in dining tents with open sides and campfire places in front of them. Our experienced cooks serve excellent meals with a good verity of fresh food products.
Flycatcher Lagarja Camp
- Located between Lake Lagarja and Lake Masek
- Nine guest tents
- Game drives in Ndutu area and the surroundings plains
- Open from end of December to mid of March
Flycatcher Moru Camp
- Located in the Moru Kopjes with great views over the plains
- Six guest tents
- Game drives around the Moru Kopjes, Simba Kopjes and Seronera
- Open from mid of January to mid of March
Flycatcher Bologonja Camp
- Located between the Bologonja springs and the Sand River
- Nine guest tents
- Game drives in Bologonja, Mara River and Lobo
- Open from July to October
The main activities are game drives in the park. You can go on two half day game drives and have lunch at the camp or on full day game drives with picnic lunch.
Lake Lagarja / Ndutu (West Ngorongoro)
From December to May, depending on the rains, the large herds are concentrated on the low lying grass plains between Olduvai, Gol Mountains, Naabi Hill and Ndutu. Interesting areas for game drives are the lakes, the swamps, Miti Mitatu, Kili Matiti, the Makao Plains or the Kakesio Plains. The chances are high to see predators such as lions, cheetahs, leopards and hyaenas. In the right season Ndutu is a true animal paradise that should not be surpassed.
Moru Kopjes (Central Serengeti)
In the serene Moru Kopjes, which dominate the landscape, the savannah animals are joined by species that have adapted to living in the rocky cliffs. You can also enjoy the ever changing landscape with gallery forests, kopjes and water holes. With a bit of luck you can see one of the few growing population of black rhinos living around Moru Kopjes.
Bologonja and Lobo (North Serengeti)
In the dry season from July to October the herds head towards northern Serengeti and the Mara River where water is always present. Where you can find hoofed animals, you can also find predators! The area is very different from the grassy plains in the South. In addition there are many species that live here permanently.
Serengeti National Park
Serengeti National Park is situated in the North of Tanzania and covers an area of 14,763 km2. The Serengeti is generally recognized as the major animal reserve in the world. It contains the world's largest herds of hoofed animals in the wild.
The variety of species and the large number of animals concentrated in such an area is not found anywhere else in the world. There are about 30 different species of hoofed mammals (the ungulates) and the carnivores are represented by 28 species. In addition there are more than 400 species of birds.
The park is particularly known for the migration of 1.5 million wildebeests and zebras.
Further information and bookings
- Flycatcher Safaris
P.O. Box 591
- +255 73 297 94 86