The Nasikia Mobile Migration Camp is a standard camp that is placed in the southern part of the Serengeti in Tanzania from December to March every year. This camp is then moved 200 kilometres north and set up in the Bologonja area for 3 months to capture the dramatic river crossings from June to October.
The Nasikia Mobile Camp allows travellers the opportunity to move to where the Great Wildebeest migration is. It also allows exploring the wildlife from the Ngorongoro Conservation Area to the Serengeti National Park. Due to his camp being mobile, it allows for the best wildlife encounters.
Between eight and twelve Tents are set up for travellers, each of which provides comfort with a cooling feature of shade-clothing over the tent. Tanzania's Nasikia Mobile Camp moves between the two locations throughout the year, except for April and May.
01 December – 31 March: Southern part of the Serengeti
The camp is set up at the Small Marsh special campsite, which lies in the heart of the great wildebeest migration as wildebeest pass through to the southern Serengeti plains.
01 July – 31 October: Bologonja
During this time of the year, the camp is set up at Bologonja, which is situated in the far northern areas of the Serengeti. This allows for great wildlife viewing experiences in Bologonja and the Mara Rivers.
Each of the safari tents is made from canvas with shade-clothing over the entire tent. The patio features chairs and a table for guests to relax and enjoy the outdoors. The tents offer a desk and chair, a storage chest, a wardrobe with robes, slippers, an umbrella as well as a laundry bag.
Furthermore, luggage racks, bedside tables, bed footers and beds add to the comfort. The ensuite bathroom features a ceramic wash basin with running water, a mirror, and a toilet and a shower. Each of the tents provides an extensive solar lighting system.