Lemala Nanyukie Tented Lodge

Situated in the eastern section of the Serengeti National Park Lemala Nanyukie encapsulates the same excellent standard of comfort and service as the other luxury properties in the Lemala Collection. Meaning ‘endless plains’ in local Maasai dialect, the Serengeti is undoubtedly one of the world’s most celebrated and incredible wilderness areas.

The lodge sits amidst rocky kopjes and shaded by giant acacia trees, and is located 45 minutes’ drive from the Seronera Airstrip and boasts sensational views over the ‘endless plains’. The 15 cathedral-like tents (including a 2-bedroom suite) boast spacious lounge areas and generous bathrooms with double vanity and a free-standing bathtub. The ultra-luxurious tents also have a lovely outdoor deck with a sunken seating area, outdoor shower and a plunge pool looking out over the Serengeti’s magnificent grasslands. Five of the tents have an extra daybed, meaning triples can easily be accommodated.

The main lodge features a comfortable lounge and bar, superb outdoor deck and a refreshing swimming pool. There are also indoor and outdoor dining areas and a cosy campfire, the ideal place to enjoy a post dinner drink. Guests can also enjoy bush breakfasts or lantern-lit dinners. A spa tent hidden within the trees offers a secluded place to relax and enjoy a treatment or two. Open year-round activities revolve around game drives exploring the expansive grasslands and bush walks.

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How to get to Lemala Nanyukie Tented Lodge

The nearest airstrip to Lemala Nanyukie Tented Lodge is Seronera, approximately 40 minutes’ drive away.

Activities at Lemala Nanyukie Tented Lodge

  • Game drives
  • Bush dining and sundowner drinks
  • Bush walks
  • Hot air balloon safari

*Some activities are available at extra cost.

Lemala Nanyukie Tented Lodge highlights

  • Outstanding wildebeest migration viewing
  • Exquisite lodge accommodation
  • Great choice for wildlife-loving families
  • Fantastic Lemala Cubs program for children

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Tanzania Overview

Why travel to Tanzania? Few places in the world can offer the immense diversity and quantity of game found in Tanzania, nor the ease of viewing it. Tanzania is also the arena for the great wildebeest and zebra migration and has some of Africa’s most stunning scenery.

When is the best time to view animals in Tanzania? The best time to visit is November to May when the wildebeest herds amass on the Serengeti’s southern plains. Feb/Mar is when the herds are calving. The dry season (Jun to Sep) is the best time to visit Tarangire and the Nyerere.

What is the culture of Tanzania?With some 120 tribes, Tanzania is culturally very diverse, with peoples ranging from the Nilotic Maasai to Hadza bushmen, the Makonde (famous for their wood carvings) and Swahili-speaking coast-dwellers, some descended from Arabs.

What is the climate in Tanzania? Much of the Serengeti is over 5,000 ft so temperatures vary between 22°- 29°C. It is generally sunny and windy, with rain falling between Nov – May as isolated showers. The low-lying Rift Valley is much hotter (30°-35°C), while the coast is hot and humid. The Ngorongoro Highlands can be cool to cold at night.

What can I combine with Tanzania? Kenya. Most visitors arrive via Nairobi in Kenya so it is easy to combine parks in the two countries. Kenya’s famous Masai Mara is an extension of the Serengeti and the wildebeest migration can be found here in September/October.

How to get to Tanzania? You can fly via Johannesburg in South Africa then north to Nairobi in Kenya. Or fly via the Middle East to Nairobi. We can organise road transfers from there to Arusha, the “safari capital” of northern Tanzania; alternatively, you can fly into Kilimanjaro Airport.

Do I need a Visa for Tanzania? Please call us on 1300 363 302 or visit or FAQ page

Do I need vaccinations for Tanzania? Please call us on 1300 363 302 or visit or FAQ page

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