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Olakira Camp

Olakira Camp

The Olakira Camp is a mobile camp moving along with the Migration in the SerengetiThe Olakira Camp is mobile camp in the Serengeti that moves with the Migration in the southern and central Serengeti area (the northern Serengeti being covered by it’s sister camp Sayari Camp).

Typically, the camp will be in the Ndutu area from mid December to March to witness the magical calving season of the wildebeest in the southern Serengeti area. From June onwards, the camp moves north to follow the Migration, staying in the central Serengeti area for the rest of the season. These move patterns are subject to change: the philosophy behind the camp is to move it there where the action is.

 

Romantic Bush-Dinner at the Olakira Mobile CampThe camp itself is a wonderful mobile camp with fully furnished guest tents with en-suite bathroom facilities. The camp has only 5 guest tents to ensure the ultimate feeling of an exclusive and intimate safari under canvas. The beautifully designed lounge and dinner tents, the campfire and the sounds of the wildlife all around make the Olakira safari experience unforgettable! Food and service at Olakira Camp are of the highest standard.

Game drives in the prime Serengeti areas offer one of the best opportunities of the African continent to see the “Big 5” and many more animals.

 

Conservation

  • No tropical hardwood is used in the construction of the camp.
  • Locally available materials are used as much as possible in the construction of the lodges/camps; this to support local economies and to limit damage to the environment from large scale transportation of construction materials.
  • The camp uses water in a very responsible manner. Especially in the areas of greatest scarcity of water (Tarangire NP, Serengeti eco-system), water consumption is limited as much as possible, whilst the client comfort is not jeopardized.

 From Sayari and Olakira Camp’s revenues, US$ 20 per bednight go to surrounding communities (Wakuria communities when the camp is located at the Mara River, Maasai communities when the camp is located at Piaya / Soit Sambu) These donations aim at self-help projects such as their own tourism camp/site (Wakuria) and/or educational measures (Maasai).

Contact Details

Asilia Lodges & Camps
P.O. Box 2657
Arusha – Tanzania
E-Mail: This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it
Telephone: + 255 (0)27 250 4118
or + 255 (0) 784 763 338

 

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