Serengeti National Park, Tanzania

Roving Bushtops

Indulge in luxury in the heart of the Serengeti

Private and Intimate Mobile Migration Camp

Set in the heart of the Serengeti in the Seronera valley, Roving Bushtops fuses the first-class luxuries of modern-day accommodation with, as the name suggests, the days of classic pioneering safari. The camp itself is semi-permanent, meaning it is able to move from one location to another, if changing wildlife patterns or park regulations dictate a better place to be.

With just six sumptuous tents, the feel here is one of private intimacy. Every touch of indulgence is provided, with two tents dedicated to honeymooners and others combined to create family lodgings.

While your personal butler is available at any moment, day or night, your expert ranger and spotter will take you through this game haven on private drives. If this isn’t special enough, head up to the skies for a balloon safari alongside a champagne bush breakfast for a truly memorable safari experience.


Private game drives

Bush picnics


Balloon safaris

Six tents

Dining tent



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Ngorongoro Crater

Ngorongoro Crater Lodge
Perched up high on the edge of this remarkable natural wonder, the Ngorongoro Crater Lodge holds a prime position. With views spanning the spectacular caldera, you can enjoy a relaxing visit to this otherwise bustling attraction and dip into a world that’s the permanent home to roughly 25,000 animals. The huge amounts of game that find sanctuary here roam over 20 kilometres on the crater floor and this allows for some excellent game viewing opportunities. Prides of bachelor lions are sometimes seen spanning the landscape, on the hunt for their own families and, dotted among the plains game, you might be lucky enough to spot a rhino in the distance. Morning and afternoon game drives are taken by highly experienced guides with visits to the nearby Olduvai Gorge available when vehicle occupancy allows. The crater itself can get quite busy but there’s a peaceful quiet that flows through the rooms, social areas and outside spaces of the lodge. North and South Camp both have twelve beautiful suites and the Tree Camp, slightly set apart from the others, has just six. Raised up on stilts, these rooms are all tastefully decorated with Tanzanian hardwoods and silk curtains which make the rooms cosy and warm; the ridge can get quite nippy, after all. The dining areas have viewing decks and comfortable indoor lounges which are ideal for catching up on some midday afternoon reading, or ticking off the birds that you might have seen so far. You could also decide to have a relaxing massage in your room, and completely pamper yourself.