Home of the Great Migration

Simbavati Grumeti is nestled on the open plains between the Serengeti National Park and the Grumeti River,
withinTanzania’s fabled northern safari circuit.

Unique location

Breathtaking views of the acacia dotted plains from all rooms, with the Grumeti River passing by.

Host of activities

Revel in daily safari drives, bush walks, breakfast in the bush, spa treatments and night drives.

Phenomenal wildlife

The Great Wildebeest Migration passing between June and July as well as resident big cats and huge herds of plains game throughout the year.

Location and getting here

Firstly, we'll handle everything including your lodging, flights and transfers!'

Within Tanzania’s renowned northern safari circuit, Simbavati Grumeti is at home on the open plains between the Serengeti National Park and the Grumeti River.

It is on these acacia dotted plains that multitudes of wildlife congregate all year round in a game viewing spectacular.

Getting here - option 1:
Fly to Fort Ikoma airstrip. Upon arrival, a short transfer will transport you to the lodge (approximately 20-minutes long).

Getting here - option 2:
Fly to Seronera airstrip. Upon arrival guests will enjoy a game drive in Serengeti National Park while on transfer to the lodge (approximately 2-hours long with Serengeti National Park fees payable).

Getting here - option 3:
Drive from Arusha (approximately 355kilometers) to Simbavati Grumeti.

Coordinates:
Latitude 2.1466 S
Longitude 34.5898 E

Our 5-star service

1
Place your enquiry. Be sure to include number of travelers, dates and whether you require flights and/or transfers

2
A reservations agent will liaise with you directly to coordinate all the details of your trip.

3
You'll receive a provisional booking via email. Complete payment and you're ready to travel!

Meet Jayson, our resident expert

He'll help you book your trip.
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Come and visit Simbavati Grumeti
in the Serengeti National Park, Tanzania