Singita Serengeti House
Singita Serengeti House is located in the western part of the Serengeti in the private Grumeti Reserve. The house accommodates 8 guests, with 2 spacious suites located in the main house and 2 additional garden suites - one set to each side of the house in separate buildings - all featuring private outdoor showers and terraces. In addition, the main house comprises large dining and lounge areas, ample decked areas with day beds, a 25m swimming pool and a private tennis court. Whilst maintaining a homely and luxurious feel, Serengeti House uniquely manages to offer this alongside a real feeling of individual privacy for all guests in the house.
Alongside its big brother Sasakwa (although Serengeti House does have a very unique charm), it really is the pinnacle of luxury within the Grumeti Reserve and therefore Tanzania.
Positioned on the lower slopes of Sasakwa Hill and with the wide Serengeti
plains spreading out before it, Serengeti House is an exclusive-use retreat, idyllically located within easy sight of a watering hole.
As with all of the Grumeti properties, a fantastic experience is offered year round, but Great Migration
Seekers should head here in June and early July for the perfect Tanzania safari
. Combining the Serengeti House, or any of Singita's properties for that matter, with a lodge in the National Park itself makes for a great combination, especially if you are travelling outside of the season when the migration is in the Grumeti region.
As with all of Singita's properties, the food, service and guiding are absolutely second to none. The exclusivity of Singita Serengeti House means you can tailor make your day to exactly how you want it. Whether you want a long lie-in one morning, or an all-day safari from dawn until dusk the next, your personal guide, chef and host will ensure that all your wishes and needs are catered for.
Since Singita have their own concession, activities are not as limited as they are in the National Park itself. On offer are game drives (where off-roading to permitted), walking safaris, night driving and even horse riding safaris if you are of a good riding standard.
Whilst the Serengeti in its busiest season can become busy, staying at Singita allows you the opportunity to escape the crowds and have a first-class, exclusive and personal experience that you will not forget.
A typical Northern Tanzania itinerary would see you explore the Ngorongoro Crater Area for a couple of days before flying over to the Serengeti. Whilst the Crater boasts a great number of animals, its small size means that one day on safari there is more than enough. Other activities in the area include visiting local Maasai tribes as well as hiking.
Once you reach the Serengeti, you eat, breathe and sleep safari. There is nothing quite as awe-inspiring as the Great Migration with millions of wildebeest who annually follow the rains. Combining two lodges, one in the park and one in a private concesion gives you access to the best of both worlds. The migration and a great variety of activities without the crowds.
There really are so many options for a safari in the Serengeti, and each camp have different deals. Whether you are on honeymoon or looking at staying for an extended period of time, make sure you chat to one of our Tanzania experts who would love to talk you through the different options and deals you could take advantage of.