Welcome to our Zebra Kemangore Bush Tented Lodge in western Serengeti, the lands of the Kuria people. The lodge pays tribute to the zebra which has a special meaning for the Kuria people and Kemang’ore means Zebra Stripes in the Kuria language.
The spacious Zebra Kemangore Lodge is located in the North West part of the Serengeti, in the Ikoma Wildlife Management Area that borders on the Serengeti National Park. The Park’s central entrance, Ikoma Gate, is only 3 km from our lodge. A Wildlife Management Area means that animals such as zebras, wildebeests, impalas and elephants are free to roam without boundaries so that you can enjoy games drives in and around the Serengeti National Park.
The Zebra Kemangore lodge location minimizes fees and also has the great advantage of being able to provide other safari activities, only allowed outside the National Park, such as Night Game Drives and Nature Walks.
Zebra Kemangore lodge is perfectly located for a stunning encounter with the Great Wildebeest Migration in mid June – September, when herds of wildebeests and zebras pass by our lodge, at our doorstep, just meters away from your tent!
The famous Mara River wildebeest river crossing in mid June – September is only 2 hours drive, and we as well arrange a balloon safari for you, or cultural excursions to our Masaai Boma neighbours.
Zebra Kemang’ore Bush Tented lodge as the Gateway to Lake Victoria, makes an ideal place to start your discovery of western Tanzania. How about an overnight safari (journey in Swahili) to Lake Victoria, to discover real African country life, learn more about the independence and development of Tanzania at the home and museum of our first president and father of the nation, Mwl. Julius Kambarage Nyerere.
Back at the lodge you can relax around the campfire, listen to the sounds of birds and untamed nature, fall asleep under starry skies. Zebra Kemangore Bush Tented Lodge has a large campsite and offers a magnificent savannah view across the Serengeti with many zebras, wildebeest, topi and impalas that like to graze here. Karibu sana!