Things to Do at Kimondo Migration Camp
Witness the Great Migration throughout the year at Kimondo, whether you want to see the famous river crossings or thousands of new-born calves finding their feet on the southern plains.
Game drives depart once per day, first thing in the morning and again in the late afternoon. We have both open-sided vehicles with canvas roofs and closed vehicles with pop-up roofs. All vehicles come equipped with power points to keep your cameras charged and fridges to provide chilled drinks throughout the day.
Hot-air balloon rides
Soar over the Serengeti in a hot-air balloon and get an unmatched view of the wildlife below. This special experience is at additional cost and weather dependent. Booking is essential.
When the camp is in the north, guests can walk through the bush with one of our knowledgeable guides. This is a wonderful chance to take note of the less conspicuous natural wonders around you: birds and bees, droppings and spoor, leaves and flowers.
Cultural and community visits
In the north, Kimondo is within driving distance of several villages. If you’d like to learn more about the local Kuria culture, we can organise a visit to a nearby community where you can watch traditional dancing or shop for crafts and handmade souvenirs at a local market.
Sayari is home to one of our specially modified photographic vehicles and is available to Kimondo guests when the camp is in the north. The open vehicle allows keen amateurs and professional photographers alike to shoot at eye level with wildlife. It is equipped with all the gear to ensure award-winning shots — from beanbags and camera rests to 360° swivel seats. You can read more about the vehicle here. Please enquire to ensure availability of the vehicle and confirm any additional fees.