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About Kirurumu Serengeti Camp

Kirurumu Serengeti Camp is a luxury mobile camp, moved seasonally to take best advantage of the vast Serengeti. The camp is used as a base, a spring board for an early morning game drive, a break for a sumptuous lunch, a respite from the heat of the day and the finale to a day’s adventure where stories can be swapped around a fire. As a small and intimate camp the staff are on hand just to look after a very limited number of guests and so the level of attention and service is always excellent

According to season, the camp moves to the scenically and outstandingly beautiful Moru Kopjes in June. Moru is the unique location for the Serengeti Rhino project and also by virtue of permanent water in the area boasts a large population of lion with densities approaching the Seronera area but unlike Seronera the area is not congested and it is much more remote and private. The resident game is plentiful and is the reason the lion population is high. The migration may or may not move through the area in June and the pattern of the migration is very difficult to determine in advance being subject to weather patterns and availability of water for the large herds.

From late December to the end of March the camp moves to the Ndutu area of the Ngorongoro Conservation Area. The Ndutu 2 campsite area offers access to the Serengeti short grass plains for the great migration and specifically when the wildebeests are carving around mid February to early March. The lakes over essential water and which brings the game in from the surrounding planes for excellent wildlife viewing. The area is also very good for lion, cheetah, and excellent plains game along with the migration.

  • Response Rate: 100%
  • Enquiry Response Time: 24 hours
  • Type: Mobile Camp
  • Sleeps: 14
  • Check-in: 2:00 PM
    Check-out: 10:00 AM

Facilities

  • Laundry Facilities*
  • Indoor Fireplace

Languages Spoken

  • English
* Please enquire for further details.

Important Information

Kirurumu Tented Camps and Lodges reserves the right to change prices and terms at any time and also reserve the right to refuse bookings at our discretion.
All prices are quoted in US $ and all payments must be made in US $ or other currencies at Kirurumu Tented Camps and Lodges’ discretion.
Credit card payment may be accepted by...
Kirurumu Tented Camps and Lodges reserves the right to change prices and terms at any time and also reserve the right to refuse bookings at our discretion.
All prices are quoted in US $ and all payments must be made in US $ or other currencies at Kirurumu Tented Camps and Lodges’ discretion.
Credit card payment may be accepted by MasterCard and Visa only A 7% surcharge is made on all credit card payments. No third party payment is accepted.
A supplement of $35 per person will be charged for all bookings with all properties on 24th/25th/26th/31st December and 1st January.
Rates displayed are on a full board basis and include accommodation, breakfast, lunch or lunchbox, and dinner.
NOTE: Park Fees $50 & Camping Fees $50 per person per night ARE NOT INCLUDED (and subject to change)
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Kirurumu Serengeti Camp is 46.8km from the centre of Serengeti National Park , the nearest airport 32.9km (Seronera Airstrip).
*Distances are shown as the crow flies and not necessarily the actual travelling

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