Serengeti Green Camp

Kusini Plains & Kogatende

Serengeti Green Camp

Serengeti Green Camp is a small, mobile tented camp which shifts location between the northern and southern Serengeti in order to track the great wildebeest migration.

Between December and April, Green Camp is pitched in the Serengeti’s southern Kusini region. From here it offers a window onto a remote part of the Serengeti, well-removed from the busy Seronera region, allowing for a more private game-viewing experience in a region of the park that attracts comparatively few visitors. This also offers an opportunity to witness the wildebeest herds during the calving season (typically January into early March). Between July and November, the camp moves to the Serengeti’s northern Kogatende region, from where it offers a window on the great migration at its height, as the wildebeest herds congregate in the northern Serengeti and Kenya’s Masai Mara.

Both game drives and bush walks are offered at Green Camp, with the latter a special focus of the camp and its operator, Wayo Africa.

Accommodation & Dining

Serengeti Green camp consists of 10 tented rooms with expansive views of the Serengeti. The floor to ceiling windows are netted so guests can enjoy game viewing from the comfort of their rooms. There are pull down covers to use in the evening. Furnishings are simple but comfortable with large beds, bedside tables and reading lamps. The suite bathrooms feature twin washbasins, toilet and bucket showers on raised platforms. Evenings are focused on enjoying the campfire while the chef prepares a delicious meal. If weather permits meals are served alfresco.


4x4 game drives
Walking safaris
Sundowners on the kopjes

Child Policy

Serengeti Green Camp does not have a lower age limit. However, there are no special facilities for families with younger children and the camp is remote and unfenced, making it more suitable for families with older children.