Migration Camp‘s name is apt – it is located, after all, right on the main migration route between the Serengeti and the Masai Mara, where nearly 2 million wildebeest, zebra and gazelle annually make their way up north. This natural spectacle has taken place since time immemorial, and Migration Camp is the perfect spot to witness this perpetual marvel which unfolds within sight of the camp during the months when the herds pass through this region (July through November). The 20 en-suite tents are expansive and luxuriously furnished, including leather seats and a writing desk as well as a flushing toilet, shower and a twin vanity basin with hot and cold running water. Each has a balcony with two rocking chairs, so that guests can relax and soak in the grandeur of this legendary setting. Game drives here certainly do not disappoint; in addition to the migration, the area is well known as an outstanding place to spy a wide range of mammals including lion, leopard and elephant. The main lodge is built to maximize the visual impact of the rugged landscape, whether you’re chatting about the day’s exploits at the cigar bar, taking a dip in the pool or sipping Serengeti sundowners. And of course, the bush cuisine here is sure to delight your palate with an array of local tastes and some fun venues, including al fresco picnic lunches or barbeques around the campfire.