andBeyond Serengeti Under Canvas

andBeyond Serengeti Under Canvas

A view out of one of the guest tents at andBeyond Savute Under Canvas camp
Guests enjoying the Great Wildebeest Migration at Serengeti Under Canvas, Tanzania.
Safari group watching the sunset at andBeyond Savute Under Canvas camp
The interior of one of the tents visitors stay at while at andBeyond Savute Under Canvas camp
The lounge tent at andBeyond Savute Under Canvas camp

andBeyond Serengeti Under Canvas

Serengeti National Park, Tanzania

What better way to get closer to nature than sleeping under canvas? Moving five times a year to be in the best position possible to witness the Great Migration, we’ve found that andBeyond’s Serengeti Under Canvas has been the perfect addition for our adventure seeking guests. 

But don’t be fooled… this is by no means a rustic camping experience. Enjoy a private butler service, chandeliers, silverware, crystal, ensuite bathrooms with outdoor, heated bucket-style showers and comfortable beds with fluffy duvets. And, when you’re not on game drives, unwind in the dedicated guest area, or swap stories of the day’s adventures around a roaring campfire.

Amenities and Activities:

ROOMS: 9 luxury tents per camp

BEST FOR: couples, groups and family (the camp also offers a family tent and its own WILDChild Program)


  • Witness the seasonal Great Wildebeest Migration

  • Big Five game drives

  • Hot air ballooning

  • Walking safaris

  • Bush dining

  • Memorable stargazing

Why We Love It:

The camp offers the ultimate opportunity to disconnect from the hustle and bustle of life. Additionally, its movements are carefully planned throughout the year to to anticipate the arrival of the Migration, bringing you as close as possible to the wildebeest action.

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