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Located in a private concession within Serengeti National park, which is renowned for having the largest concentration of migratory animals in the world, Klein’s Camp is in the heart of the action.
Cottages replace canvas and accommodation is comprised of ten en-suite cottages made from local stone and makuti. Interiors feature dark wooden floors, antique furniture and vast beds, and bring a whole new meaning to the term 'glamping'. The views are spectacular, so good in fact that the camp provides easels and paint to encourage any budding artists.
After an exciting day out and about on safari, guests gather around the central fireplace for a drink at the open sided bar (which has a telescope so guests can spy on the game) before heading around the corner to the elegant dining room for supper. There is also a pool tucked into the hillside.
Game drives occur twice a day and night drives are particularly memorable. The expert guides take guests around the quartzite hills or into the game rich valley, ending with sundowners on the crest of the hill. For the ultimate safari adventure, combine a stay at Klein's with one of the seasonal mobile tented camps along the Mara river (between June - October).