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Singita Mara

Singita own some of the finest and most luxurious lodges in Africa; Singita Mara Tented Camp is the latest arrival opening in October 2012 on the banks of the Mara River. This is the top property to stay at in the North of the Serengeti and ideal for the migration crossing the Mara River from July through to November. However this Singita experience does come at a high price. Each of the Tents have great views onto the river and is in close proximity to the wildebeest crossing.

Singita Mara Serengeti - The Facts 

 
Singita Mara Tented Camp is located in the North of the Serengeti, best accessed from the Kogatende or Lamai Airstrips by light aircraft on charter or schedule flights from other areas in North Tanzania. The Lodge sits very close to the Mara River with uninterrupted views from all the tents.
 
The lodge is raised on the platforms giving excellent views onto the Mara River and the surroundings of this remote and beautiful area of the Serengeti. Being a tented camp, in contrast to most other Singita properties, gives the Mara Camp a very intimate feel and a very unique charm.  It's just about as luxurious as your tented Serengeti Safari can get! If you are in search for that extra special honeymoon, this is the one for you.
 
The main activity at Singita Mara Tented Camp is game driving in Singitas open sided Land Rovers, but it is also possible to partake in a walking safari. Although safari here is good year round, the absolute best time to visit is between July and October when the Wildebeest of the Great Migration will be attenpting to cross the watery Gauntlet of the Great Mara River on which the Camp sits. One of the most spectacular sights in nature.

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Guide Price: $1,570 per person
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