The camp is situated in the Wogakurya Hills, with large boulders and kopjes forming the main, prominent features of the site. Each of the positions of the guest tents have been meticulously selected ensuring privacy, but at the same time giving each one unsurpassed and dramatic vistas of the gentle grassed slopes, open woodland and tree lined watercourses, which all make up the beautiful north Serengeti landscape.
Situated on the main corridor of the world-famous wildebeest migration and just a stone’s throw from the Mara River, Kuria Hills tented camp offers guests the opportunity of witnessing this magnificent event at its very best. Elevation – 1573 m. Kogatende is the nearest airstrip to the camp, only a 20 minute road transfer.
In keeping with the architectural design of the camp, the interiors follow a contemporary take on a tented safari camp. The colours chosen give an accent to the sand colour canvas and coco brown floor. These colours also incorporate the rich colours used by the Kuria tribe. The fabric selection used throughout the camp for furnishing and curtains are natural cottons and linens and are all of natural tones.
Artefacts used throughout the camp were sourced from Tanzania and neighbouring regions. A focal feature of the accommodation units is a collection of portraits taken during a traditional Kuria ceremony. All furniture has been custom designed for the camp and ranges from contemporary, rustic to ethnic and many of the pieces where hand crafted locally.
The bar has been designed on 2 levels to allow guests a picturesque view of the Serengeti. The boma is set against a beautiful rock face which is lit up at night creating magnificent shadows. The boma has been furnished with rough turned logs for side tables and contemporary canvas leather and steel campaign style chairs.
Each room has plunge pool and with three bath rooms, normal shower, bath and outside shower. WiFi is available in reception area.