Serengeti Bushtops

At a glance

  • Plush tents with hot tubs
  • Wild luxury in the wildebeest migration corridor
  • Fine wine and dining

Facilities Serengeti Bushtops

Pool, small library, Wi-Fi

Sustainable features

• Power is primarily produced from solar electrical panels.

• Water is sustainably supplied from a borehole.

• The water used in the hot tubs is solar heated.
• 'Grey water’ is disposed of via a specially-designed system which filters it before it then re-enters the groundwater.

• The camp has been sensitively built with no permanent structures so that it can be dismantled and removed thereby leaving no trace on this magical landscape.

• Glass, tins and plastics are returned to Arusha for recycling.

• Fresh vegetables are bought from local farmers and a future plan is in place to create a vegetable garden in the local village.

• Kuria tribespeople will benefit from planned school projects that include education sponsorships funded by interested guests.

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