managers Mark and David were gracious hosts.
Food was above average, however not as good as sayari camp.
they had fresh fruits for breakfast, but I didnt get any as they didnt refill the platter.
location is far from the mara river and from where the majority of animals are. So basically out on a game drive whole day with a packed lunch.
No running water in the taps.
our guide Mkubie....a walking talking encyclopdia.... learnt so much from him. He was the best part of the camp. We prefered the sayari to Ubuntu..for food, amenities and the location. however, ubuntu had one plus point over sayari, there were no flies. Sayari was infested with flies because of the wilde beast, and it drove us crazy. everyone from ubuntu would go around olakira and sayari for game drive.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Ubuntu Migration Camp stops at three spectacular locations across the north, west and south of the Serengeti, following in the tracks of massive herds of wildebeest as they cross the vast plains of the Serengeti in an ancient migration cycle. Shadowing the wildebeest's every move, Ubuntu Camp uncovers fascinating and unexplored corners of this great wilderness, ensuring that first-class game viewing is never far away. With their unwavering focus on keeping pace with the migration, Ubuntu's guides have an enviable reputation for bringing this remarkable natural phenomenon to life. The camp itself is intimate and personal, and the seven spacious tented suites epitomise traditional East African safari charm. ... more less