Kimondo Migration Camp, Serengeti
Kimondo Migration Camp splits the year between two sites in the Serengeti, meaning guests are likely to see the Great Migration herds regardless of when they visit.
From July to October, we’re watching the wildebeest thunder across the Mara River, risking being snapped up by lurking crocodiles. During the winter, we move to the lush southern Serengeti, where the wildebeest gather in their hundreds of thousands to calve and graze.
Our nine spacious canvas tents have king-sized beds and classic outdoor bucket showers, offering a real safari experience with plenty of comfort. From camp, watch herds of wildebeest, zebras and antelope as you relax outside your tent and soak up the peacefulness of the savannah In the evenings, sip a G&T around the campfire while admiring the glittering Milky Way.
Kimondo at a Glance
Open: Mid-June to October, December to Mid-March
Closed: Mid-March to Mid-June, November
Lamai (July to November in the north):
60- to 90-minute drive
Serengeti South (December to March in the south):
Children aged five and older
Accommodation & Amenities
9 wood and canvas tents
In-room lockable box
Complimentary laundry service
Hot-water safari bucket showers
We spent 4 full days and nights at the campsite and each day was better than the last. The staff was incredible, always thinking of how to make us happy and sharing their own stories with us. The food was creative and excellent and fresh. They couldn’t have made it any better!! - Serena T
We spent 3 nights at Kimondo in August. Wow! What a camp, what amazing staff and what awesome guides. Emanuel Qamara was our guide, joined by Keko and they were fantastic. We really did get the best view points for the wildebeest river crossings. In addition to our fantastic game drives the staff at Kimondo were number 1 and always ensured we were being looked after. The accommodation was just perfect. The bush chorus at night as the wildebeest chomped away right outside your tent was just mind blowing! Thank you to everyone at Kimondo, we sure hope to get back one day. - Gillianv25
Our family just returned from living in the beautiful northern Serengeti mobile Kimondo camp and we having nothing but positive and encouraging things to recommend for this site if you are taking a safari. It allows you to live in a tent right in the midst of wildlife that are eating outside of your tent. The accommodations are wonderful and comfortable and allow you to experience your safari in a wonderful wilderness environment but then feel well cared for. So the location and the atmosphere is perfect and then added to this is the wonderful staff. Everyone makes you feel welcome and you are spoiled at every turn. Our game drive guide had a great personality, was enjoyable, and of course very knowledgeable making each drive not only a wildlife experience but enjoyable and fun. The food each day was spectacular and it is great at the end of the day to discuss the day with visitors from all over the world who are at your table. This company seems very committed to doing things the right way and I would return with them without question. - StephenW344