The charming comforts of your accommodations at Klein’s Camp are many including rugged stone interiors, leather armchairs, fine linens and china, crackling fireplaces, a private terrace ideal for viewing the diversity of resident wildlife in the valley below. Yet it is perhaps the setting that makes you feel most privileged to be here. Set in a 24,000-acre private sanctuary overlooking wooded hillsides, rolling grasslands, marshes and forested riverbanks on the northeastern border of Serengeti National Park, Klein’s camp is located in truly enchanting wilds. This is the region with largest concentration of migratory animals in the world (particularly in July and August), yet is also famous for its population of big cats, and elephants are more common around Klein’s than anywhere else in the Serengeti. Twice daily game drives and interpretive bush walks, led by the friendly and eminently knowledgeable staff here, introduce you to the many species that have roamed these wilds for millennia (you can even glimpse nocturnal creatures on a riveting night game drive). A dip in the swimming pool or a massage treatment will soothe you after a long day in the bush, and the mouthwatering, expertly prepared dishes served in the luxurious open dining area will sate the appetite you’ve built up while exploring.