Siringit Migration Camp by Mantis
A Mantis Eco Lodge Experience
Bringing you closer to nature
The Serengeti National Park is undoubtedly one of the best-known wildlife sanctuaries in the world. Unequalled for its natural beauty and scientific value, it has the greatest concentration of plains game in Africa.
It is the migration for which Serengeti is perhaps most famous. Thousands of wildebeest and zebras flow from the Northern to the Southern plains, in a bid to follow the annual rains. This spectacle calls travellers from all over the world wanting to check their bucket list.
The Siringit Migration Camp is the latest addition to the Siringit Collection by Mantis, which includes Siringit Serengeti Camp located in the Serengeti National Park and Siringit Villa located near Arusha.
The migration camp gives guests exclusive access to viewing the abundance of wildlife in the area – a front-row seat to the Migration, bringing you closer to nature.
Siringit Migration Camp is pleased to reassure you of the safety measures implemented at the property against the spread of the covid-19 virus, ensuring your safety. To read more about the safety measures implemented, read about the ALLSafe prevention standards here or watch our video here.
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8 Luxury En-Suite Canvas Tents
The new Siringit Migration Camp features 8 luxury contemporary octagonal canvas tents, with generous sleeping areas and lounge spaces, pitched on raised platforms ensuring a small eco-footprint with no ground mats, large canvas windows giving you views out onto the plains of the Serengeti, purposely conceived to bring you closer to nature, making this mobile camp very unique.
Each of the 8 luxury canvas tents can accommodate up to two guests, while our inter-connected family luxury canvas tent can accommodate up to 4 guests (2 adults & 2 children), and features a private verandah overlooking the Serengeti Plains.
8 Luxury Canvas Tents
8 Luxury Canvas Tents
Each of the 8 luxury octagonal canvas tents (includes an inter-leading option for families) can accommodate up to two guests and features a private verandah overlooking the Serengeti Plains. The stretched canvas panels are custom-designed and are handstitched, and the hexagonal-shaped shade net dips to the earth. Transparent side panels on the tents are designed to remove the boundaries between nature and man, bringing guests even closer to the Serengeti wilderness.
All canvas tents have en-suite bathrooms with double vanity, hot water on demand, and eco-friendly flush toilets.
The Mess Tent
During a full-day game drive, picnic hampers can be arranged for guests to enjoy out on the plains, under the canopy of an Acacia tree, or close to the Mara River. Alternately guests can take breakfast, lunch and dinner in the dining tent which serves contemporary, seasonal plates with African-inspired meals created by award-winning and Michelin Star Chef, Axel Janssen.
Siringit Mess Tent
Guests can enjoy a delightful culinary experience during their experience whilst on the greatest safari experience in the mess tent. Chef Axel Janssen brings a new and exclusive fusion of...
Food & Beverage
Axel Janssens Signature Catering
Bush lunches & breakfast
Sundowners with a bush fire
Dinner under the stars
Following the annual migration path
Daily game drives
Swahili song entertainment
Balloon safaris on request
Maasai Warrior Dancing
Peace of Mind
Hot and cold running water available 24/7
Family tent suitable for children
Laundry service (no dry-cleaning)
220 v solar power supply
Silent standby generator
The Mantis Factor
The Siringit Migration Camp is an authentic safari experience that moves with the great migration and is based on the natural migration path of the wildebeest herds, zebra, Thomson’s gazelles, and the predators that this migratory journey attracts. Get up close to one of the world’s greatest spectacles and witness nature at its best.
The Siringit Migration Camp move and follow the wildebeest migration herds throughout the year. The below is an indication as to where the location and dates earmarked the migration will be:
1st August 2021 – 7th November 2021 – Kogatende, Northern Serengeti
15th December 2021 – 31st March 2022 – Ndutu, Southern Serengeti
1st July 2022– 31st October 2022 – Kogatende, Northern Serengeti