Gnu Ndutu

Wildebeest and Zebras calving ground

Welcome to Gnu Ndutu Camp

Our beautiful mobile migration camp moves to Ndutu in the southern plains of Serengeti National Park from December to March. 
The Camp is close to Lake Ndutu, which provides the best game-viewing activities throughout the calving season.
The Camp features ten safari-tented rooms, including two family units which are all en suite, comfortable with all luxury amenities to enhance your wildlife experience in the Serengeti.

The best time to see the Calving of the wildebeests and Zebras is from the second week of December through the last week of March, when plains are filled with fresh grass for the newborn to feed while taking their first few steps.
Big cats such as lions, leopards, hyenas, and cheetahs all have their best moments during this period.

gnu camp staffs

Details and Amenities

The camp features ten en-suite tented rooms with hot water running by solar heaters, two family units, and a lounge area with a bar and restaurant. 
The nearest airstrip to the camp is Ndutu Airstrip.
Ndutu camp is located on the Ngorongoro side.

It takes around 5hrs from Arusha, central Serengeti, around 2hrs, and Ngorongoro 2hrs. 

Game drives and balloon safaris are the main activity to do in Ndutu. 

What to See and Do at Gnu Ndutu Camp


Experiencing Africa from the sky


Join our wildlife spotters for a great safari

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Park fees to enter Serengeti’s Ndutu, Southern Serengeti, are below;
Valid from July 1st 2023-30th June 2024.
Park entrance fees: 60 USD per adult, 20 USD per child.

Special, Concession, and Seasonal campsite fees are valid from July 1st, 2023, to June 30th, 2024: 60 USD per adult and 30 USD per child.

A child below the age of 5 is free of charge.
Child between the ages of 5 – 15 is mentioned above.

Park fees above are 18% VAT exclusive.
All fees and permits are valid for a period of 24hrs only.

Park entrance, vehicle entrance, Concession, seasonal campsite, and relevant fees to enter Ndutu are collected by Ngorongoro Conservation Area Authority NCAA.


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