Serian Serengeti South is a seasonal camp that operates only between December and late April. Because the camp is mobile it is more basic than some of the luxurious lodges. But what it lacks in luxury it more than makes up for in atmosphere and adventure. This is a place to feel the true heart of Africa.
The camp is open in the months when this area is inundated with a million or more wildebeest, and at the height of wildebeest calving season. With exclusive use of a 250,000-acre conservation area, guests experience the great migration in an intimate way, far from the hordes of tourists and jeeps.
Alex Walker has been guiding and outfitting safaris for over 30 year. He and his hand picked professional team of guides have created distinctive safaris, focused on walking and exploring.
This is a place to disconnect and be seduced by the rhythms of Africa. The eight tents are stylish, and comfortable. There is no telephone or Wi-Fi. Instead, guests enjoy exclusive use of a vehicle with a private guide and spotter to explore and the seemingly endless short grass plains and divorce themselves from the everyday world.
The truly adventurous have a unique opportunity to walk with experienced guides and Hadzabe bushmen into the wilderness for two or three days fly camping. This is an unadulterated bush experience, shared with those who know and understand the bush.
During the rains, April to early June, the camp is closed, then reemerges in the northern Serengeti during the dry season; June to November as Serian Serengeti North Camp. These are the months when the migration criss crosses the Mara River, offering dramatic mass crossings, with much drama.
Photographs compliments of Alex Walker’s Serian Serengeti South