Fewer tourists
Phenomenal wildlife
Low impact camps and experiences
Beautiful places
No booking fees!

What’s the deal?


Valid throughout 2022 for all of the following Nomad Tanzania camps in any combination.

Bonus 4 FOR 3 Special Offer Available:
Book any single camp for 4 nights and get 1 night free.

When to travel?

Tanzania enjoys temperate climates and is pretty much a year-round destination; there is remarkably little fluctuation in monthly temperatures. So don’t discount the green/low seasons earlier and later in the year for phenomenal rates and outstanding wildlife viewing.

March-May sees the annual rain-falls, so if you don’t mind a little afternoon rain, then March is a fantastic option Whilst June to October (high season) sees little to no rainfall and animals are easier to spot since they concentrate around waterholes & rivers. November and December are also excellent times to visit, with migratory birds present, and bird watching is at its best.

The Camps


A million and a half wildebeest and zebra can’t be wrong, and this camp never settles for less. This canvas home-from-home and its indomitable crew are on the move year-in, year-out from one sweet Serengeti site to another, guided by the mass movements of the wildebeest migration and their quest for ever greener grass. Along with it come our highly trained naturalist guides and all the trimmings of a classic safari.

In 4x4s, surprisingly un-disturbing to the animals, you’ll join the ultimate crowd scene. Wide shots are hard to believe, plains dotted with creatures as far as you can see. Out on the plains, there inevitably are show stealers – lions with cubs, cheetahs stretching their legs, hyenas bickering. But it’s often the cameo roles that fascinate – dung beetles, dik-diks, bee-eaters… Our Nomad naturalists will engage in it all, for a more complete, educated take on the whole ecosystem.


Low Season:
May / Nov – 20 Dec / 16 Mar – 30 Apr ’23
High Season:
Jun – Oct / 21 Dec – 15 Mar ’23

$625 per person per night

$850 per person per night


Here, Entamanu define their own Ngorongoro, off the beaten track, in Maasai territory.  Following one of the world’s most stunning private drives, guests are taken up to a dizzying edge of elemental Africa with panoramic views spinning forward into the Crater and back to the Serengeti plains. This is much more than a great vantage point for visiting the Crater, this is where you live the Ngorongoro life.

Being right on the rim, guest’s have access to the Crater soon after dawn, avoiding the dreaded mini-buses, to take you to see the outstanding volumes of wildlife: from some of Africa’s last rhinoceros to flamingos to lovebirds.


Low Season:
May / Nov – 20 Dec / 16 Mar – 30 Apr ’23
High Season:
Jun – Oct / 21 Dec – 15 Mar ’23

$650 per person per night

$995 per person per night


Tarangire country is big and bold: our camp is the opposite…a little gem. Full of heart and soul, and  tucked into a grove of secluded riverside bush, it is so much at one with the wild that animals hardly look up as they do their thing around us. Elephants often pass right through camp, and we can be completely absorbed into their secret lives, from the sweet comfort of our sun-slatted living space.

Our guides drive you out into big country. This means waiting as elephant families cross the track, slowly weaving along riverbanks looking for lions, watching leopard asleep in giant baobabs, and scanning the great swathes of elephant grass for big herds of buffalo. There’s nothing small about these days.


Low Season:
Jun / Nov – 20 Dec / 5 Jan – 15 Mar ’23
High Season:
Jul – Oct / 21 Dec – 4 Jan ’23

$625 per person per night

$850 per person per night


The wide open spaces of the Chada flood plains with extra wide angle visibility make for a unique brand of rambling. At times you can feel impossibly insignificant against backdrops of golden grass, distant herds of buffalo and piercing blue skies. Yet again, redefining the meaning of a walk in the park.

Very few people or vehicles ever come to stay in this park. The park rules, too, are more relaxed, so the vehicles are how we like them best – fully open to the air. All this brings with it a huge dose of almost old-fashioned safari freedom, and a special sense of intimacy with this extraordinary natural environment.


Low Season:
2 Jun – 30 Jun / 1 – 13 Nov
High Season:
Jul – Oct

$625 per person per night

$850 per person per night


Our understated little bush-camp has been in the beating eastern heart of the park for years, where the wildlife is most concentrated. Sorties from here, encountering the great mammals of Africa, can be thrilling and hard to tear yourself away from. So, in camp we retreat – but with Nature up very close – a quiet, canvas refuge, only disturbed by our elephant visitors. They just don’t make them like this anymore.

You get a tremendous feeling of anticipation when you’ve grabbed cameras and shades, and left camp with a Nomad guide, in our open vehicles. Who knows what we’re going to find, but for sure there’ll be moments of excitement, fascination and peace amongst the great beasts and herds of Ruaha.


Low Season:
Jun / Nov – 20 Dec
High Season:
Jul – Oct / 21 Dec – 5 Jan ’23

$625 per person per night

$675 per person per night


Children are welcome to Tanzania at these fantastic safari camps.

  • Serengeti Safari Camp accepts children aged 8 years+ (one family unit available)
  • Entamanu Ngorongoro accepts children aged 8 years+ (two family tents available)
  • Kuro Tarangire accepts children aged 8 years+ (one family unit available)
  • Chada Katavi accepts children aged 12 years+ (no family tents available)
  • Kigelia Ruaha accepts children aged 8 years+. Walking activities available for ages 12 years+ (one twin-roomed family tent available)


Treating yourself has never been more rewarding. Nomad Tanzania Camps have pledged 100% of the profits made in their camps through massage treatments and shop purchases to our projects and partners.

Nomad Tanzania Camps partner with a home in Arusha that enables children from all over Tanzania to receive and recover after corrective, orthopaedic, plastic surgery and neurosurgery, as well as rehabilitative post-op care. The camps link up with The Plaster House by running outreach programs in communities near their camps. Sadly many children with disfigurements are hidden from society by their families and this outreach helps bring them out into the open and bring them to The Plaster House.

Through your stay, Nomad Tanzania Camps can also support rural village clinics with essential medicines, access to child vaccinations, and mosquitos nets for needy families in cut-off communities, and much more.

Other supported projects with partners, include K9’s for conservation, Serengeti de-snaring, Mugumu Hope Centre and various support for local nurseries, educational programmes and scholarships/internships for local people.



  • All rates are ‘from’
  • Luxury Accommodation
  • All meals and drinks (excluding premium alcoholic and champagne)
  • Daily guided game drives and included activities (plus night game drives at Kuro Tarangire)
  • Walking safaris (except at Serengeti Safari Camp)
  • Bush meals
  • Sundowners
  • Laundry
  • Tourism development levy


  • Park fees
  • private vehicle/guide hire ($475 per day)
  • International airfare
  • Local airfare to camps (it’s totally fine, we’ll include all of these for you!)
  • Visas and other entry costs
  • Travel insurance
  • PCR testing for your journey home (if applicable)
  • Personal expense such as premium drinks, phone calls, curio shop purchases
  • Gratuities for your guide, waiters/staff at accommodations
  • Optional extensions around South Africa, including Johannesburg, Hoedspruit, KwaZulu Natal and Cape Town available

Let’s talk and plan your exciting safari in Africa.
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