Nasikia Camps are an intimate collection of mobile and semi-permanent camps located in the prime wildlife viewing areas of Tanzania’s northern safari circuit – experience the wilds of Tarangire, the incredible herds of the southern Serengeti plains, the wildlife-filled central areas and a short drive to the gauntlet of the Mara River.
Nasikia Mobile Camp moves during the year, in line with the seasonal Great Migration of wildebeest and zebra in the Serengeti National Park. From December to March the camp is found in the Small Marsh campsite on the southern Serengeti plains; placing guests in amidst the migration, you have the chance to witness the miracle of life during calving season. From July to October the location changes to Bologonja, found in the Serengeti’s far north. This is an amazing place to watch the thousands of wildebeest try to cross the crocodile infested Mara Rivers.
The mobile camp is comprised of 8-12 solar powered tents made from heavy duty safari rip-stop canvas. Each tent has a spacious bedroom and patio area for relaxing. The bathroom includes a ceramic wash basin with running water, a supply of natural based bathroom products, and a flushing toilet. Shower under the African skies with a 20 litre shower bucket put up on a pulley system as you require.
The camp provides guests with a Lounge Tent complete with library to relax in and a large Dining Tent to enjoy sumptuous bush cuisine, cooked up by the camp chefs from fresh produce taken from all corners of Tanzania.
How to get to Nasikia Mobile Camp
The camps would normally be accessed via a nearby airstrip, either Ndutu, Lobo or Kogatende airstrip, depending on the time of the year.
Activities at Nasikia Mobile Camp
Game drives, bush meals, picnic lunches, guided bush walks, sundowners, exclusive game drives and optional hot air balloon ride with champagne breakfast.