Siringit Serengeti Camp by Mantis

Serengeti

—TANZANIA—

Siringit Serengeti Camp by Mantis

The camp's ten exclusive luxury canvas tents have been designed to offer guests the optimal glamping experience. There is always a lot to talk about Siringit Serengeti Camp by Mantis. Everyone at the camp is so welcoming, always has the biggest smiles, and would help in any way possible. The panoramic views from the deck, the dining tent, the tented room, and anywhere on the camp are breathtaking. Anytime you look out over the endless savannah plains of the Serengeti you never know what animals you are going to see. The food here is excellent, the professional chef prepares fresh food for every single meal, drinks and beverages are also always available. 

Siringit Serengeti Camp by Mantis Experience

Accommodations

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Family Tent

Two tents can be interlinked to create a family tent that sleeps up to six guests. The dining area, lounge tent, and veranda offer panoramic views of the Serengeti. A two-bedroomed family tent is available for guests traveling with (small) children.

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Tented Lobby

Tents are raised on timber platforms to prevent ‘grass burn’ and protect the natural habitat of the wildlife
Witness the migration spectacle from your tent

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Tented Lobby

Tents are raised on timber platforms to prevent ‘grass burn’ and protect the natural habitat of the wildlifeEach tent sits atop a wooden platform raised 30 centimeters from the ground and has a generous sleeping area complete with lounge space.

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Tented Room

A great deal of thought has gone into the detail of each tent and, as you would expect in a property of this standard, an in-tent safe, hairdryer, toweling robes, a gas-fired heater for use on cold nights, leather fasteners with brass buckles on windows and doors and an array of other carefully thought out finishing touches are only some of the surprises we have in store for our guests.

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Dining Tent


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Stylish Washroom

An ensuite bathroom with “his and hers” wash hand basins, large shower and proper flush toilet complete each guest tent. The family tent is appointed to the same high standards.

More About Siringit Serengeti Camp by Mantis

Located among the savannah grassland and golden endless plain grasses of the Serengeti dotted with the animal—attracting acacia trees dispersed around the camp, this is one among the very special place in the world. Perfectly located to make the most of both the golden sunrises and sunsets, with decks to take cool breezes during the sunny days and thick comforters, water bottles, and soft rugs to keep you warm during chilly nights, I think the tents at this camp may have been more comfortable than our house!

Margreth MapesaFounding Member and CFO at Shrike Safaris

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Birding Experience In The Heart of the Serengeti

Wildlife migrates daily through the camp and it is possible to game view and bird watching from the verandah of your tent.

There are an astounding 500 different species of bird recorded in Serengeti National Park.

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Game Drives

You can enjoy the endless African sky in a tranquil setting, with a game drive in one of the Shrike's safari vehicles, and try and spot a lion, leopard, cheetah, elephant, or black rhino.

Depending on the time of year and the wildlife movements, your guide may take you in search of the Great Migration, or to look for the many other fascinating creatures that inhabit the Serengeti.

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Unforgettable Hour, A Cocktail Hour, A Happy Hour.

The happy hour with a fine whisky or cocktail in your hand truly overlooking the most unique fire pit, endless plains, and sunset combination is unforgettable.

The tent is perfectly positioned to make the most of the golden sunrises and sunsets.

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Michelin—Star Dining Experience.

Exquisite menus for the Siringit Serengeti Camp by Mantis are being created by Axel Janssens, a Michelin Star Chef who moved to Tanzania from Belgium. Axel's mouth—watering seasonal recipes are a symphony of the multicultural fusion of travel influences, aromas, and tastes narrating the story of a traveler's life in Africa giving back to people.

Axel established one of the first Chef training programs in Arusha, Tanzania. Axel's Chefs will be creating delicious food in the Siringit Collection properties throughout the year

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An idyllic Wilderness loved by Yellow Stone National Park officials

Because of its natural beauty and the abundance of wildlife to be found in the area, the management of the Serengeti National Park picked this place to host a party of touring officials from Yellow Stone National Park in the United States.

The site still appears on many official maps of the Serengeti National Park as “Yellow Stone.”

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Hot—Air Balloon Safari

What better way to take in the stunning Serengeti landscape than from the air..? A sunrise hot—air balloon flight over the Serengeti is sure to be one of the highlights of your safari. Flights last approximately one hour and are followed by a Champagne bush breakfast.

Hot—air balloon safaris require an early departure from the Lodge at approximately 4:45 am; a quick grab—and—go breakfast is provided. For maximum enjoyment, children are permitted from age seven and above.

We had an absolutely spectacular honeymoon at Siringit Serengeti Camp. Our vacation was perfect in every way. Here are a few examples: The staff was incredible. They really made the experience as amazing as it was. Frederick and James were our main contacts and helped us with everything we needed, from coffee in the morning to a glass of wine in the evening. On the final night, all of the staff came by at dinner and sang to us and gave us a cake! It was the highlight of our trip and one of our fondest memories.
Our room was gorgeous. It was a huge tent with a giant bed. The shower was nice and always had hot water. The patio deck area was a delightful place to enjoy coffee or tea in the morning and the view was like nothing you could even imagine. I would recommend the Siringit Serengeti camp to anyone!

Jack Hallemann through TripAdvisor