In both camp locations the emphasis lies heavily on game drives, which are the most productive way to view and photograph wildlife. Our guide team is tremendous, with each guide known for and selected because of their passion and knowledge. We are especially differentiated by our all-day ‘hard core’ game viewing programs, but each private party is catered for according to their own interests.
Our vehicle fleet features special modifications to enhance your view. Each vehicle has roll-down door windows and most have back windows that can be removed to provide a wide open experience that is more intimate with the wildlife and better for photography.
We can also arrange for park ranger led bush walks for a welcome change from the game driving routine. Putting feet on the ground gives one a new connection to the environment. Walking allows you to learn about animal signs such as tracks as well as focus on the smaller life and plants that get less attention on game drives.
It is also possible to have cultural experiences. When the camp is in Ndutu, we have opportunities to visit with Maasai people. In the northern Serengeti we visit the Kuria people, who are also pastoralists. In both areas we are able to visit bomas where you can get a feel for the traditional lifestyles.