Chaka camp in Serengeti national park


Chaka has learned from its surroundings and discovered a way to exist harmoniously within it. The camp moves seasonally to keep near the Great Migration and therefore remains surrounded by life. Guests have the opportunity to safely enjoy watching their mammalian neighbors graze the grounds and trees wrapped around the tent's boundaries.

In search of the wildebeest and zebra migration, Chaka Camp moves around to be close to the herd.
From December to April, the camp is located in Ndutu area in Southern Serengeti. During this time, the herd is in Serengeti and Ngorongoro Conservation Area, grazing and enjoying the new grass. Also around this time, there is birthing and rutting. With lots of babies, the big cats come out to play.

From May to October, the herd moves northward to Kogatende area in Northern Serengeti. Around this time, the camp is close to the Mara River, in an excellent spot to see numerous river crossings as the migration travels between Tanzania and Kenya. River crossings are a dramatic time to see the migration, and you will often see crocodiles and hippos.


While its construction is mobile, Chaka offers modern comforts with luxurious accents.
A place in Serengeti National Park you will enjoy spending in search of amazing wildlife.