After 12 months of closure, the unique Serengeti Sojourn luxury tented camp returns to the East African plains. They are now open for bookings.
Elite tented Serengeti Sojourn camp
This premier game experience allows guests to view the spectacle of the annual wildlife migration. Following the seasonal rainfall, over one million white-bearded wildebeest and other species migrate. They start in Masai Mara in Kenya to the Serengeti in Tanzania, offering spectacular game viewing opportunities.
The elite tented Serengeti Sojourn camp moves within the national park to ensure the best possible sightings of this phenomenon. This offers guests the chance to enjoy a raw African experience that is up-close and wild – an adventure of a lifetime.
Bucket-list travel dream
As parts of our world slowly return to normalcy and begin to open borders, we celebrate with this breath of good news: an opportunity to make that bucket-list travel dream come true.
“We’ve seen a surge in bookings and a promising start to the second quarter of 2021,” says Neil Markovitz, CEO of NEWMARK, Hotels, Reserves, Lodges and Residences.
“Our decision to re-open Serengeti Sojourn came after much deliberation. We feel that with the increase in the vaccine uptake (internationally) and the gradual return to a sense of normalcy, that we’ll be more than ready to welcome guests. Travel provides essential income to so many who rely on business from tourism. The includes so many who have struggled over the past year. It is with great excitement that we look forward to opening our doors and welcoming you to the holiday of a lifetime!”
“More than ever before, we crave to be in nature. We crave space, travel, new experience. This is also a break from what we’ve known and lived through inside our own four walls over the past year.” From 1 July 2021, the camp will open in Lobo, northern Serengeti. It will remain there until November. During this period, guests get to witness the great migration. This includes over one-million wildebeest, 200 000 zebras and other magnificent animals. This migration includes four globally threatened or endangered species: the black rhino, elephant, wild dog and cheetah. From 22 December 2021 the camp will open in Ndutu, southern Serengeti.