If you’re looking for five-star luxury in the Serengeti, look no further than Serengeti Bushtops. The 12 superb tents at this camp offer all the comforts you would expect of a five-star hotel, including a 24-hour butler service, complimentary massages and fine wine and dining. The 12 tents all face west, allowing guests to watch the sun go down in one of the most beautiful places on the African continent. All the tents also open on two sides, to offer maximum views of the spectacular surroundings. Mealtimes are always memorable here and you can even opt to enjoy dinner in the privacy of your tent.
All the units boast incredible spaciousness – each measuring 120m2 – and they all feature large living areas, en suite bathrooms and private outdoor decks. Extra touches like wooden flooring throughout and giant day beds on the decks add to the luxury of the accommodation. The camp also includes a family tent, which consists of two full-sized tents connected by a raised bridge. Serengeti Bushtops welcomes children from the age of seven. Two children’s beds can be added to any of the tents, while the family tent is ideally suited to larger families.
The main area includes an elegant restaurant, which also opens up to reveal the majestic surrounding views. The restaurant offers an à la carte menu of gourmet dishes and also features a wine wall, where patrons can select from the finest international wines to accompany their meals. A beautiful lounge area with a central fireplace and library provides the perfect spot to spend a lazy afternoon. WiFi and cellphone reception is available in the central lounge and dining area.
There’s plenty to do while staying at Serengeti Bushtops. Both shared and public game drives can be arranged on a daily basis, or you can opt for a walking safari or bush picnic if you’d like a closer encounter with the bush. A complimentary massage in the privacy of your own tent, or an indulgent bubble bath – with a view of the bush -– in your en-suite bathroom, are just two ways to end a perfect day in Africa.