Why should your African safari include Klein's Camp?

Serengeti, the mother of all savannahs is a magical place and a must see for African safari lovers. The endless planes open stunning vistas, wildlife movements can be seen already from far and a picnic becomes quickly a serene experience.

Within the Serengeti, Klein’s Camp is a private concession in its northern part, which allows responsible off road driving with the opportunity to get closer to the wildlife, than in the national park itself, night drives and bush walks.

“Overlooking the wooded hillside, rolling grasslands, lush marshes and forested river banks of the Serengeti and with Kenya’s renowned Masai Mara directly to the north, Klein’s Camp is one of the most strategically positioned wildlife sanctuaries in the world. Set on the edge of the Kuka Hills, it commands breath-taking views of the valley below, through which huge herds of wildebeest and zebra migrate each year. While the Great Migration is an annual highlight, guests can experience excellent year-round lion, leopard and cheetah sightings. Huge herds of buffalo and breeding herds of elephant are all resident and birdwatching in the seasonal marshlands is exceptionally rewarding. Several species of raptor breed on the cliffs above Klein’s Camp and numerous birds of prey, including vultures and eagles, are frequently spotted soaring on the updrafts.” (Klein’s)

But not only when the migration is in the north, Klein’s Camp is a great safari destination. The concession allows excellent wildlife sightings with lion hunting, lion being pushed around by buffalos and elephant, exceptional opportunities to see a lion kill and much, much more. And it is also a comfortable and beautiful camp.

It is an exceptional place for wildlife photography enthusiasts.

Ute Sonnenberg for Roho Ya Chui, Travel Africa