Location

Northern Serengeti’s & Southern Serengeti

Accommodation Type

Mobile tented camp

Accommodation Level

Deluxe

Price Guide
£££££

Kimondo Tented Camp

A high end mobile tented camp, which moves between two excellent Serengeti locations to maximise the intensity and drama of your game viewing.  The decor of Kimondo’s main areas are ‘safari’ with a Moroccan influence – simple, yet elegant and romantic.

Location is always key to the enjoyment and excitement of any Serengeti safari.  Whether you are in the Serengeti to see the mighty river crossings in the north, or the jaw dropping numbers of gnus on the southern plains, Kimondo camp offers you simple classic safari accommodation with a high level of comfort.

The Asilia group that owns the camp is well-oiled, offering a very high standard of service which can make all the difference to your safari, be that due to the excellent guiding or the friendly yet expert camp staff. There are other mobile tented camps, each with their own ambience, but Kimondo is definitely amongst the top camps of this style, and we highly recommend it. In case you’ve heard of Olakira, this is a sister camp to that excellent camp, run in the same superb manner.

Kimondo Tented Camp highlights

  • Intimate camp which moves with the migration
  • Serengeti wildlife viewing in two excellent locations
  • Chance to see migration river crossings (in north)
  • Fabulous guiding
  • Community visits (in north)
  • Bush meals

Kimondo Tented Camp location

Kimondo Tented Camp - South

Kimondo Tented Camp - North

Details

  • Eight en-suite tents
  • July-November: Lamai Wedge,
    northern Serengeti
  • December-March: southern Serengeti
  • Children 5 years+ are welcome

Activities

  • Game drives
  • Bush breakfasts and dinners
  • Community visits (north only)

Kimondo Tented Camp rooms

At the front of each of the 8 sleeping tents there is a seating area complete with chaise lounge.  Continuing into the tent, a large wrought iron double or twin bed warmly decorated in subtle African fabrics and a spacious en suite bathroom complete with kanga style dressing gowns awaits you.

There is an ‘out of Africa’ style wash stand with brass basin and a bucket shower filled to your preferred water temperature on request.

There is a separate lounge and dining tent, the lounge is open all sides with mosquito and bug proof screens.

Comfortable and colourful easy chairs, chunky floor seats and sofas are dotted around the lounge each with a Zanzibar chest acting as coffee table.

The dining tent is where most meals are taken. Breakfast and lunch are served on individual tables if you’re in camp, but dinner is shared with other guests on one large table.

Twiga the giraffe likes this because…

“This camp has no permanent structures, so leaves no footprint.  Any emissions from required fuel consumption are carbon-offset  via a local community afforestation project. Asilia Africa owns the camp, and they have been recognised by Fair Trade Tourism as having good responsible tourism standards.”

And don’t forget … for every booking we get, Tanzania Specialists plants trees in deforested areas of Africa through The Travel Forest, and we back The Tribes Foundation’s conservation and social projects.

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Amanda Marks

Managing Director

Self confessed Africa-lover, but keen on all new travel experiences, Amanda is passionate about getting to know different cultures.

Tracy Edwards

Travel Consultant

Tracy was been born and spent her youth in South Africa, the draw of the animals, the people and wilds of Africa have always run through her veins.

Sinead Bailey

Travel Consultant

Sinead caught the travel bug following a year out after university. She has worked in the travel industry ever since, and visited many countries including South Africa, Tanzania, Botswana and recently Namibia.

Christine MacDougall

Travel Consultant

The African dust is firmly planted in Chris’s heart. Born in the Southern Highlands of Tanzania she spent much of her childhood in and around Ruaha. It was pure fun. Travel and safari was part of life and through into adulthood fun and travel has never left her.