Nyikani Migration Camp – Ndutu
Nyikani migration camps a special camp site name Old Ndutu 1, 05 -minute drive from Ndutu Airstrip, its located in the Serengeti ecosystem, moves twice a year to ensure its guests are very well placed to witness the Great Migration of wildebeest and zebra. From December through March, the migration moves in and out of the Ndutu area. Ndutu is located in Ngorongoro Conservation Area, just south of Serengeti National Park. Nyikani migration camp location provides easy access to prime game viewing areas around Lakes Ndutu and Masek. In addition to the almost two million wildebeest and zebra that move through the area each year, Ndutu is home to cheetah, lion, giraffe and hundreds of bird species. During February’s calving season, the wildebeest give birth to 8,000 babies a day. From late May through October, The Camp is located in Northern Serengeti. The camp is close to the Mara River, allowing easy access to several river crossing points in the area. During this time of year, the wildebeest migration is crossing the Mara River back and forth from Tanzania to Kenya. River crossings are common with crocodiles, hippos and large cats scattered throughout the area.
Nyikani Migration Camp’s guest accommodation consists of twelve spacious tents, all 32m2 and able to sleep a maximum of two adults and two children, configured as a twin, double, triple, or family option. Each tent boasts electric lighting, power point with universal adaptor, a writing desk, a digital safe, an 8m2 private veranda overlooking the ecosystem of the Serengeti, and indoor and outdoor lounge chairs. The en-suite facilities comprise flush toilet, washbasin with running water, and safari-style bucket shower. The tents are spaced approximately 20m apart, ample distance for a bit of privacy
Facilities & Services:
The communal areas of Nyikani Migration Camp are housed within two tents. The larger tent is home to living and dining spaces, totalling 64m2. There is plenty of lounge furniture as well as more formal seating around separate dining tables. The décor features plenty of wood and canvas, with colourful fabrics and animal-print cushions. And of course, it is possible to move chairs just outside the tent, to bask in the front veranda! There is a smaller restroom tent too, in addition to a small library, a well-stocked bar and a fire pit, the perfect place to sit around a campfire and share stories.