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Elewana Serengeti Pioneer Camp

Incredible far reaching views at dusk from the main mess

Elewana Serengeti Pioneer Camp

• 12 luxury safari tents

• Dramatic views of the Serengeti plains in a secluded location originally selected by world renowned wildlife film-maker Alan Root

• Experience the feel of a 1930s traditional mobile safari camp with modern amenities

• Experience the phenomenon of the wildebeest calving season (January to March) which attracts a vast array of predators

• A short drive from camp, Lake Magadi seasonally becomes home to hundreds of flamingo


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Pioneer Camp is in a stunning location on the side of the Olgarabosho Hills overlooking the Moru Kopjes, Lake Magadi and the plains of the Serengeti.

The original lounge was built by the famous conservationist and wildlife film-maker Alan Root as his Serengeti base. In a secluded corner of the Serengeti, Pioneer has excellent access to the Southern Serengeti wildebeest migration.












• 11 ensuite safari tents (38m2) – double/ twin convertible

• 1 family safari tent (75m2) – two ensuite bedrooms with a shared verandah

• Children of all ages are welcome


• Day game drives

• Guided bush walks

• Bush meals

• Sundowners

• Camp fire dining

• Hot air balloon safaris

• Swimming pool

• WiFi: main areas

• 24 hour electricity

• Charging facilities: main areas

• Gift shop

• Laundry

• Guest Areas: lounge, mess tent & bar

• Hot & cold running water

• Flush toilet

• Hot water indoor shower

• Personal room attendant

• Private deck

• Desk

• Land & Life Foundation

• Serengeti Cheetah Project

• Open year round

• Seronera Airstrip – 50 minute drive

• Daily scheduled flights departing Arusha Airport to Seronera Airstrip

• Private charters

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