Ang’ata Migration Camp
Traditional seasonal camp
- 12 tents including family unit
- Lounge and dining tents
- Game drives
- Walking safaris
- Hot air ballooning
- Private meals in the bush
Ang’ata Migration Camp is a seasonal set up that follows the annual migration of the wildebeest, generally located in Ndutu in the southern Serengeti from December to March, and in Bologonja in the northern Serengeti from July to October.
There are 12 tents, including a two-tent family unit, which are relatively simple but large with comfortable beds, en suite bathrooms, traditional safari bucket showers and flushing toilets.
The lounge and dining tents are the heart of the camp where meals are enjoyed with fellow guests, as is the fire pit where people gather under stars each evening.
Apart from game drives, several other activities are available, some need to be arranged in advance such as walking safaris, night drives, private meals in the bush and hot air balloon flights. Other activities like an initiation into the art of bush cuisine or an improvised soccer match need no planning at all.