The unique Serengeti Sojourn luxury tented camp moves throughout the year, and, after 12 months of closure, has finally reopened for bookings.
Here you can escape to the exquisite savannah of the Serengeti and track the world’s greatest beasts as they roam the expansive Tanzanian landscape. Immerse yourself in this African experience – an up-close, wild, big-sky adventure of a lifetime.
The great migration
From 1 July, 2021, the camp will open in Lobo, northern Serengeti, where it will remain until this November. During this period, guests get to witness the great migration of over one million wildebeest, 200 000 zebras and other magnificent animals, including four globally threatened or endangered species: the black rhino, elephant, wild dog and cheetah.
From 22 December, 2021, the camp will open in Ndutu, southern Serengeti.
NEWMARK Hotels, Reserves, Lodges and Residences celebrates the reopening of Serengeti Sojourn with a special rate of “pay for three, stay for four days”. This will be valid for all bookings staying from 1 July to 31 October, 2021. Don’t forget to enquire about the hot-air balloon safari!
Get the best of both worlds with NEWMARK’s exclusive six-day package, including a three-night stay at the serene Chuini Zanzibar Beach Lodge – an idyllic seaside escape on the Unguja Island – as well as your three-night Serengeti Sojourn.
It’s the ultimate trip. Bonus inclusion: a return Zanzibar Airport road transfer, a free sundowner cruise and a complimentary upgrade to a Superior Bungalow at Chuini Zanzibar Beach Lodge.
“We’ve seen a surge in bookings and a promising start to the second quarter of 2021,” says Neil Markovitz, CEO of NEWMARK, Hotels, Reserves, Lodges and Residences. “Our decision to re-open Serengeti Sojourn came after much deliberation. Travel provides essential income to so many who rely on business from tourism – so many who have struggled over the past year. It is with great excitement that we look forward to opening our doors.”
To create a tailor-made package contact: email@example.com, call +27 21 427 5900
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