Olakira Migration Camp Ndutu, Asilia Africa

Overview of Olakira Migration Camp Ndutu

Nestled in the serene wilderness of Ndutu, the Olakira Migration Camp Ndutu offers a once-in-a-lifetime experience to live amidst the untamed African wildlife. The mobile camp follows The Great Migration, ensuring guests an up-close encounter with this natural phenomenon.

The camp’s nine tents are subtly integrated into the surrounding bush, providing an authentic connection to nature. The thrill of game viewing becomes more intimate as the wilderness is just outside your tent.

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Rooms at Olakira Migration camp Ndutu

The Olakira Migration Camp in Ndutu is equipped with nine exclusive tents, each featuring a king-size bed, with twin configurations available upon request. The en-suite bathrooms are fitted with flush toilets and bucket-style showers that provide hot water for the ultimate bush experience.
Guests may choose to move their beds out onto the private veranda for a night beneath the star-studded African sky, safe behind the protective mesh.
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Dining at Olakira Migration Camp Ndutu

At the Olakira Migration Camp in Ndutu, we prioritize the quality and freshness of our meals. The dining experience begins with a hearty English breakfast or a lighter, continental buffet-style breakfast.

Our lunch buffet features fresh, locally sourced ingredients, home-baked bread, and a variety of delicious choices. As night falls, guests are invited to our communal dining tent or an outdoor dining experience under the stars, where they can enjoy a mouthwatering three-course dinner.

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Facilities at Olakira Migration Camp Ndutu

  • 24h-Electricity operated by solar
  • Baby cot
  • Bathroom
  • Bedside lamps
  • Chair
  • Double room
  • Dressing table
  • Electric socket for charging
  • Extra bed
  • Face Towel
  • Family rooms
  • Flushable en-suite toilet
  • Hand Towel
  • Indoor room seating area
  • Insect repellant
  • Luggage stand
  • Mosquito net
  • Outdoor room seating area
  • Radio call
  • Single room
  • Toiletries
  • Torch
  • Towels
  • Triple rooms
  • Twin room
  • Umbrella
  • Wake-Up call
  • Wardrobe with hangers
  • Water bottles
  • Wooden safety box with a key
  • Writing desk
  • Zip up doors
  • À la carte
  • Alcoholic drinks
  • All-Inclusive
  • Bar
  • Buffet
  • Cake
  • Champagne
  • Full board
  • Indoor dining area
  • Kid meals
  • Minibar
  • Outdoor dining area
  • Packed lunchboxes
  • Restaurant
  • Sundowner
  • Tea and Coffee maker
  • Wine
  • Daily housekeeping
  • Hand wash
  • Laundry
  • Sanitizing
  • Shoe cleaning
  • Sun-Dried
  • 24-Hour security
  • Escort guards
  • Fire extinguishers
  • Maasai security guards
  • Radio call
  • Torch
  • Whistle
  • Wooden safety box with a key
  • Balcony
  • Landscape view
  • Mountain views
  • Outdoor fireplace
  • Outdoor lounge
  • Serengeti plain view
  • Sun deck
  • Sunrise view
  • Sunset view
  • Swimming pool 
  • Wildlife View
  • Campfire
  • Cash payment
  • Credit card payment
  • Wi-Fi
Disclaimer:  Some of the above services may have an additional charge.

Activities in Olakira Migration Camp Ndutu

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FAQs for Olakira Migration Camp Ndutu

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Between December and March, the Olakira Migration Camp Ndutu can be found in the Ndutu region on the southern Serengeti plains. This is the calving season, with the wildebeest giving birth and grazing on the lush grass. It’s a bonus time for the Big Cat predators, who prey on the vulnerable young.
With its position split between the two locations, Olakira Migration Camp Ndutu is open from December to March.

Guests have two choices when deciding how to get to Olakira Migration Camp Ndutu. The first option is to fly into either Arusha Airport or Kilimanjaro International Airport, stay overnight in Arusha City, and then be driven 280km or 6 hours to Olakira Migration Camp Ndutu.

Alternatively, guests can avoid the bumpy Tanzanian roads by taking an internal flight from Arusha or Kilimanjaro International Airport to the Ndutu Airstrip, a 30-minute flight and only a 20-minute drive from Ndutu Airstrip to the Ndutu Kati Kati Tented Camp.

Olakira Migration Camp Ndutu can accept all children aged five years and older.

The best time to view the game is first thing in the morning and again at dusk – when the animals are most active. Game drives are often planned with an early start, though the season will dictate exactly when. After tea/coffee to kick-start you, you will take a pre-departure breakfast (or take a packed-up picnic with you).

After your safari, return to camp for lunch. Then it’s time to relax until your afternoon tea precedes an afternoon or early evening game drive. Once back at the camp, there’s nothing to worry you…drinks, dinner, and campfire are all taken care of – a perfect way to end the day.

Certainly – you can choose from the following (some at extra cost): Game drives, Balloon safaris, Photographic safaris, Family safaris.

Olakira Migration Camp Ndutu aims for choice and quality to ensure that eating is a highlight! As well as cold plates of cheese etc., fresh fruit is on offer, and numerous choices include pancakes, toast, and eggs cooked according to your choice. An early morning safari will mean you might prefer to take breakfast with you – not a problem.

Lunches at Olakira Migration Camp Ndutu will focus on fresh local produce, whether vegetables, fruits, or locally sourced meat. Add an array of salads, soups, roast meat, chicken, and tasty desserts, all washed down with fine African tea and coffee, soft drinks, or something from the bar.

Please note that it will not be at the same fast speeds you experience at home in certain areas. But although not suitable for heavy usage, it is fine for e-mails, etc.
Olakira Migration Camp Ndutu provides shampoo, conditioner, body and hand wash, and body lotions.
Not at Olakira Migration Camp Ndutu, as electricity is provided by solar power and generators.
The charging points are to be found in the main communal area.
Solar panels power Olakira Migration Camp Ndutu with a backup generator. Electricity is, therefore, available most of the time but can be subject to occasional cuts and voltage fluctuations.
The primary socket type is British BS-1363 (British Standard). Please bring an adaptor with you.
Gratuities are entirely discretionary, although very welcome. Tip the camp staff between US$5 and US$10 per traveler daily. Tipping is usually done on departure using the tip box found in the public area of the camp.
Guests are always advised to drink bottled water at Olakira Migration Camp Ndutu and use the water in the taps for showers and washing. Use bottled water for cleaning your teeth, too.

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