Kubu Kubu Tented Camp

Serengeti, Tanzania

Kubu Kubu Tented Camp

Opened in 2017, Kubu Kubu is the latest camp in the Tanganyika Portfolio, a collection of very comfortable mid-range camps and lodges servicing Tanzania's northern circuit. Situated on a gently sloping hill in the central Serengeti, a short distance from sister camp Kati Kati, it enjoys fabulous views across the vast savannah plains of the Seronera region.

Kubu Kubu shares its location with sister camp Kati Kati. It is the larger of the two camps, with 25 tents compared to Kati Kati's 11, and offers additional facilities in the form of a more generous bar and lounge area, as well as a fabulous terraced swimming pool positioned on the hillside so as to make the most of the views of the surrounding plains.

Game drives from Kubu Kubu focus on the Seronera Valley, a central and popular region of the Serengeti that attracts plentiful game, though also lots of vehicle traffic from other safari-goers. The camp is well-positioned on a prominent migratory route, with the zebra and wildebeest herds typically present in the region in May/Jun and Nov/Dec.

Kubu Kubu is a short drive from the Seronera airstrip, allowing for easy access to/from Arusha. Like Kati Kati Camp, guests at Kubu Kubu will typically travel with their own private driver/guide and vehicle, though activities such as game drives can be organised through the camp.


Kubu Kubu's tents are generously sized and equipped with either large king size or twin beds. Each opens onto a private deck, with views that extend across the vast savannah plains of the Seronera to the famous Maasai kopjes in the distance. All tents feature en-suite bathrooms with flush toilets and outdoor showers with hot running water.

There is a single family tent with two inter-connected rooms, and private bathroom with shower and bathtub.


Swimming pool
Bar and lounge


Game drives
Balloon safaris (at additional cost)

Child Policy

Children of all ages accommodated. There is a family tent suitable for two adults and two children.