Klein’s Camp is situated deep in the heart of the game-rich northern Serengeti in Tanzania – right off the beaten tourist track. Its 10 000-hectare (24 800-acre) private wildlife concession – leased from the Maasai landlords – is allotted for the exclusive use of the camp’s 20 guests, offering you the ultimate personal Tanzanian safari. With Kenya’s Masai Mara National Park to the north and the Serengeti to the west, Klein’s is one of the most strategically positioned wildlife sanctuaries in the world. The camp is set on the edge of the Kuka Hills, commanding breathtaking views of the valley through which hundreds of thousands of wildebeest and zebra migrate, in addition to excellent year-round game viewing. Action-packed night game-drives and extensive bush walks into the Serengeti are unique in Tanzania and an absolute highlight.
Klein's Camp has ten intimate twin-bedded cottages made of rock and thatch with rich wooden floors and serene, classic interiors. The round stone walls of the cottages and polished wooden floors offset the soft cream and gossamer interiors. As in days gone by, water for the shower of your en suite stone bathroom is warmed each evening by a roaring fire under the tank while you enjoy quiet sundowner drinks on your private veranda.
Each cottage features rich wooden floors and serene, classic interiors. From the private verandas and spacious guest areas, a diversity of resident wildlife, including huge elephant herds, can be viewed in the valley below. The camp has a large, beautifully furnished bar/sitting area, swimming pool and African crafts shop featuring locally made Maasai crafts. Fresh vegetables picked from the camp’s shamba – an organic African garden – accompany wholesome Pan-African meals. Dinners are served in the main dining area, which is graced by a large open fireplace, or enjoyed in a spectacular clearing in the African bush.
Things to do
Twice-daily game drives in open safari vehicles. Night drives on
the camp’s private concession are a highlight. Guided walks up
and along the quartzite hills or in game-rich valley ending with
sundowners served on the crest of a hill. Bush breakfasts and
dinners at spectacular locations are a speciality.