Serengeti North Mobile Camp is a mobile camp, and the movement is governed by the wildebeest migration. From mid-June to mid-November, along with 1.6 million gnus – are situated in the far north of the Serengeti plains. The beauty of Northern Serengeti is it is the heart of the crossings, and in this respect, we are all about location. Serengeti North Mobile Camp is set a mere 2 kilometres from the Mara River, within minutes of the major crossing points.

The camp strikes the perfect balance between colonial camping style, and elegant accents of comfort – home away from home, in the form of six spacious, lavish tents. Each is complemented by tasteful decor that lends a touch of sumptuousness to the interiors. The en suite bathrooms include a bucket shower and a flushing toilet – classic safari simplicity with a nod to life’s little comforts.

Watching a crossing is something that is thrilling to the core: the intensity, the trauma and the sheer spectacle, is all-absorbing, and resonates on a deep and primal level. Hundreds of thousands of pounding hooves set the tempo, and the nasal grunting hits a frenetic pitch: creatures cease to be individuals and operate as a swarm, teeming unseeingly toward the water. The crush, dust and panic as they launch themselves in and struggle across the current – claimed by crocodiles and crushed by each other – epitomises the quintessential rawness of nature’s character.

The cornerstone of a safari experience at The Northern Mobile Camp is that each group has their own open-top safari vehicle, and their own dedicated guide and spotter. The freedom this grants you is key to getting the most out of your stay: go where the day takes you, be it a full day out with a picnic in the wilderness, or a lazy siesta back in camp before that ice-cold sundowner… Guides have an intimate familiarity with the landscape, and will translate and render it until you see it through their eyes.

Walking safaris are also a beautiful way to explore: set off with the first light in the company of Alex or one of our other guides, and tune into the whispering savannah silence away from the hum of a vehicle. As you ease into a slower pace, you’ll notice your senses picking up on the finer details: the intricate perfections of a skeleton, a map of secret paw prints, a microcosmic universe in a termite mound.


Property Facilities

  • 24-hour Security
  • Bar
  • Battery Charging Facilities
  • Communal Dining
  • Eco Friendly
  • Laundry Service (Complimentary)
  • Malaria Free
  • Meal on Request
  • Private Vehicle Available

Room Facilities

  • Dressing Gowns
  • Electrical Outlets
  • En-Suite
  • Laundry Service (Complimentary)
  • Pure Cotton Linen
  • Shower
  • Veranda
  • Room Service

Activities on Site

  • Big 5
  • Bird Watching
  • Game Drives
  • Game Viewing

Activities Nearby

  • Hot-air Ballooning
  • Safaris
  • Walks (Guided)
  • Game Walks
  • Safaris
  • Sleep Outs
  • Walks (Guided)

Room Types

Traditional Safari Tents

Five large en-suite tents decorated in classic safari style with large beds and opulent rugs. Swathes of cotton soften the luxuriant bedroom furniture whilst the bathroom houses flush toilets, safari showers and vases of wildflowers conjure up idyllic East Africa. The custom-made tents have two skins with shade cloth softening the heat of the noonday sun. All tents are positioned to take advantage of the camps immense views north over the Lamai Wedge.

The bathrooms offer organic toiletries made in Kenya by Cinnabar Green and each tent has its own dedicated 240-volt power outlets so that you can charge your batteries and devices at any time of day.

Tented Suites

A suite comprises two separate tents joined by a communal living space – and we’ve found that families especially value this balance of proximity and privacy. With parents in one half and kids in the other, each has their own en suite bathroom – and if needs be, a third child can sleep in the living room. By day, the living room is ideal for lounging and reading, lazy snoozing, playing board games or sorting through the day’s photos… In short, anything that entails spreading out and relaxing in a comfortable space. While couples travelling together might find the arrangement a little too cosy, single friends on safari can enjoy the luxury of having their own space, but being close enough together not to fear those night noises that always seem louder when alone…


15 Dec 2020 – 01 May 2021Full BoardUS$ 1 090
02 May – 14 Dec 2021Full Board CLOSED

Our rates are per person sharing unless we note differently. Please treat all pricing as a guide only:


full board accommodation and all drinks, sundowners, picnic and bush meals, exclusive use of 4WD vehicle with private guide and spotter, unlimited game drives, airstrip transfers, daily laundry services.


exclusive of park fees. Park fees are per 24 hours. Child park fees are valid for children between the ages of 5 ‐ 15 years, children under five go free

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