Mobile camp always based in game-rich areas

Facilities & services
  • 11 tents with en-suite facilities split between two camps
  • Exclusive use of camp and vehicle
  • 220v generator power
  • 4x4 game drives
  • Walking safaris and night drives when in Maswa

While this luxury mobile camp travels around the Serengeti National Park throughout the year following the migration, Legendary Serengeti Camp always enjoys a scenic and remote setting, deep in the bush. The Legendary Group has set up a conservation fund that helps do good work protecting the area’s wildlife from poachers. The fund also does a lot to support the local communities.

Eleven comfortable en-suite tents make up the accommodation here, split between two camps, each with its own private dining and bar area is also provided.  Guests can overlook the vast Tanzanian plains, where the Great Migration takes place, from the comfort of their tent.

During thrilling wildlife activities witness the huge herds of wildebeest, zebra and gazelle as you explore the diverse and spectacular landscape alongside expert guides. For an extra special safari adventure, at certain time of the year, you have the chance to take a hot air balloon ride to experience the wilderness from a truly breath-taking perspective, and, depending on the camp’s location, venture out on walking safaris.

Generally, the camp can found in the west of the Serengeti National Park from May to July, relocating north between July and November, then set up south in the private Maswa Game Reserve from December to April.

Positive Impact

Successful poaching units

The Legendary Group established the Friedkin Conservation Fund (FCF) for the purpose of conserving more than 6 million acres of Tanzania’s protected areas. More than 120 full-time field-based rangers are trained and equipped to operate as mobile anti-poaching units. These rangers work under the guidance of two microlight pilots, five concession managers and two mobile anti-poaching coordinators in the field, all of whom report to their head office in Arusha. They arrest an average of 1,900 poachers per year, which is no small feat.

Bees and fish farms

FCF provides support to neighbouring communities through income-generating projects that focus on what villagers do well, improving their ability to be self-reliant in the long term. FCF is assisting small business owners with micro-financing and business consulting services. So far, beekeeping and fish farms have been invested in, to develop an extra source of income for the villagers.

For the community

They have established educational programmes at local school and set up scholarships. And they have also helped to improve healthcare by assessing the needs of local clinics and providing equipment, medicine and basic health education.

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