Kirurumu Serengeti North and Ndutu Camps

Kirurumu Serengeti is a seasonal tented camp that moves between the Ndutu woodlands of the Ngorongoro Conservation Area in the south, and the Sonzo area near Kogatende in the north.

Kirurumu is a traditional seasonal camp offering exceptional value for money. The tented camp has a fairly rustic, mobile feel, with comfortable and spacious en suite canvas tents. The camp does not compete on looks with some of the more lavish (and more expensive) tented camps, however the essence of what is on offer is the same – a comfortable base from which to explore the magical Serengeti plains. Camp management and staff are very friendly and the camp has a relaxed, warm atmosphere. Food is perfectly acceptable and guiding is very good. Kirurumu is not suitable for anyone seeking a luxurious experience, but it will really suit those looking for a friendly, down to earth camp which offers great value for money without compromising on the game viewing experience.

ACCOMMODATION

Kirurumu Serengeti caters for a maximum of 20 guests in 10 walk-in Meru style tents. One of the tents is suitable for families with a double bedroom and en suite bathroom which is connected to a twin bedroom at the back of the tent. All…

AREA & ACTIVITIES

With an area of some 14,000 sq. km, Serengeti is probably the best-known wildlife sanctuary in the world. The ecosystem includes the National Park itself, the Ngorongoro Conservation Area, Maswa Game Reserve and Kenya’s Masai Mara…

Families

Kirurumu is suitable for families looking for an affordable and authentic tented bush adventure. One of the tents is suitable for families wanting to be under one roof with a double bedroom and en suite bathroom which is…

Conservation & community

Hoopoe Safaris, owners of Kirurumu, have partnered with a Global non-profit organisation to support the implementation of a community health clinic that, when completed, will serve women of the Lake Manyara area who currently…

Location Sonzo (Northern Serengeti) and Ndutu (Ngorongoro Conservation Area)
Access Scheduled flight into Ndutu or Kogatende, or road transfer in with private guide
Open North: mid-June to October / Ndutu: mid-December to March
Pricing £££££
Camp Style Tented camp
Focus Big game / Migration experience
Children No age restriction
Activities Game drives
Vehicles Closed or open sided
Maximum Guests on Vehicle 6
Private Vehicle Options Yes
Off-road Driving No
Number of Rooms 10 tents (including 1 family tent)
Family Accommodation 1 two bedroomed family tent
Bathroom Flush toilet / Plumbed basin / Plumbed shower
Power for charging Communal
Lighting Solar
Hairdryer Not possible
Heating/Cooling No
Room Safe No
Laundry Service Complimentary
Communication in room No
Wi-Fi No
Mobile Reception No
Swimming No
Wellness No
Dining Style Communal / Private
Drinks Included Not as standard (can be added at booking)
Credit Cards Not accepted