To immerse yourself in total wilderness where all your needs are met, this is Serengeti Bushtops .
Close your eyes. Imagine you are in the middle of the savanna. The evening breeze gently touches your skin. The lion’s roaring from afar. Can you hear the crackling wood of the bonfire? Make no mistake, you arrived in heaven.
The two camps in the Tanzanian Serengeti, Bushtops Serengeti and Roving Bushtops, are an ode to refinement. The thousand of enchanting details imbued with charm and elegance, the extraordinary panoramic view of nature’s living masterpiece, the warmth and kindness of the people, at last but not least, the feeling they know, even before you know, what your every need is! Nights can be cold, but, trust me, they have the perfect solution… shush, I’ll tell you no more for you to discover this perfect surprise!
While the camps have been meticulously designed, they also promise a nature experience like no other and offer unparalleled opportunities to embrace life in all it has to offer. Respectful of the environment, the natural hues appear to make one with nature.
Roving Bushtops introduced a new concept to Africa: the mobile safari camp, allowing them to rove south or north once a year to follow the Great Migration. Remote but with exceptional standards.
At Bushtops Serengeti, none of the tents are overlooked, but all look over the Serengeti. Each faces the sunset, giving you a feeling of complete immersion into the environment.
From dusk to dawn, breakfast to sundowner, fine dining awaits you, in the finest surroundings. Surprise breakfast in the bush, coffee with your wonderful guide between two animal sightings, lunch surrounded by zebras and wildebeests, and above all the promise of a beautiful journey.
To add to this amazing experience, that even words couldn’t properly describe, indulge yourself into a relaxing massage after your game drive, or enjoy a bath under the stars, the choice is yours.
In this busy world, calmness hits you as soon as you step into the Camp, making it a perfect haven. Beware, you may never want to leave…