The Serengeti is home to huge concentrations of animals. Lion, cheetah and even leopard are on show all year round. Elephant, rhino and giraffe roam nonchalantly across the landscape. Hyena and jackal follow the great herds of gazelle, whilst overhead vultures, buzzards and eagles soar on invisible thermals. And then, over the period of several months almost two million wildebeest, zebra and eland teem through the channel between Serengeti and Masai Maru. It is a spectacle not to be missed.
Klein’s Camp can put you right there. It is set in a private concession, perched on the slopes of the Kuka Hills - giving you a commanding view over the horizon-wide plains of the Serengeti. It’s the place to stay for a safari in the grand, traditional manner.
Klein’s Camp, at a glance
- Old fashioned, luxury safari lodge set on a private concession in the Serengeti’s Kuka Hills
- Just 10 stone cottages with thatched roofs and breathtaking views of the game-rich plains
- Canopied beds, white walls and wooden floors create a tranquil, elegant atmosphere
- Private viewing verandas – perfect for painters, photographers and binocular-owners
- Elegant en suite bathrooms
- Wonderful dinners served on china and silver, in an open dining area
For leisure and pleasure
- Tempting swimming pool with magnificent views
- Dawn patrols to catch up with the migrating herds passing close by, or view the big cats and their prey
- Bush walks to discover the fascinating creatures that abound near the camp
- Afternoon game drives and scenic sundowners
- Night drives (only allowed in the Serengeti on private concessions)
- Trips to meet the local Masai in an authentic village and learn about their age-old customs and way of life