Mount Gahinga Lodge

Perched on the edge of the Kuka Hills, Klein’s Camp boasts magnificent views of an exclusive wilderness concession that borders the vast Serengeti plains. Guests enjoy exceptional game viewing, thrilling night game drives, Maasai culture and old-fashioned safari luxury.

With unbroken views over a gorgeous game-filled valley and the hills beyond, which play host to one of the greatest wildlife migrations on earth, Klein’s Camp embodies the very soul of the Serengeti.

This private and remote camp offers guests the spirit of wild Africa - wooded hillsides, rolling grasslands and forested river banks all teeming with the rich wildlife of this natural sanctuary lie sprawled at your feet. Set in a landscape that is gentle yet rugged, Klein’s Camp reflects the heart of this untamed land with a vintage safari style.

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GAME DRIVES

Set on a private concession on the northern border of the Serengeti National Park, &Beyond Klein’s Camp offers the opportunity to experience night drives and go off-roading in search of intimate wildlife encounters in open safari vehicles with a canvas canopy. Because they are conducted in a private concession, game drives do not encounter vehicles other than those from Klein’s, allowing the rare luxury of relatively private animal sightings while benefitting from the wildlife riches of the neighbouring Serengeti. The camp overlooks a popular route used by the herds of the Great Migration when moving between north and south so that, twice a year, the valley below are filled with a jostling throng of zebra and wildebeest. However, this wildlife-rich are delights at any time of year and the Klein’s concession is famous for its enormous prides of lion, as well as some of the best leopard viewing in Tanzania.

 

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VISIT TO CULTURAL AUTHENTIC MAASAI BOMA

Immerse yourself in Maasai culture with a three-hour trip to the community living near Klein's Camp. Guests will visit an authentic Maasai village, where they will be invited into a Maasai home for a glimpse into their daily life. The traditions and ways of the Maasai have remained largely unchanged for centuries.
Minimum 2 guests.

Additional costs apply

 
 

NUMBER OF COTTAGES
10 (including a Family Suite)

MAXIMUM GUESTS
20

CHILDREN
Yes - travel to Tanzania is recommended for children 8 years or older Children 5 years and younger cannot participate in regular game drives; children aged 6 to 11 can participate in regular game drives at the lodge manager’s discretion

CHILDMINDING
Available at an additional cost

TRIPLES
2 (children 16 years and younger)  

TWIN BEDS
All convertible to double

AIR CONDITIONING
No

OVERHEAD FANS
No

MOSQUITO NETS
Yes

BATH
No

LODGE POOL
Yes

INDOOR SHOWER
Yes

IN-ROOM SAFE
Yes

TELEPHONE
Available in Lodge Manager’s office; Kenyan mobile networks accessible from bar area

HAIRDRYER
Yes

LAUNDRY INCLUDED
Yes

WHEELCHAIR ACCESS
Possible with assistance

DISTANCE BETWEEN ROOMS
10m / 33ft

CHECK IN / CHECK OUT
14h00 / 10h00

POWER
220v AC Please note that the generator is generally switched off overnight; with prior notice we are able to provide 24-hour electricity for guests with special medical requirements

INTERNET ACCESS
Yes, wifi in guest areas

PRIVATE 4X4 SAFARI VEHICLE
Depending on availability and at additional cost

CREDIT CARDS
Visa, Amex and MasterCard

IN-ROOM MASSAGE
Yes

EXERCISE EQUIPMENT
Gym in a bag available on request

WEATHER
Temperatures are generally pleasant, with September to January the warmest months and July the coolest month

RAINFALL
Rain generally occurs from April to May and again in November

TEMPERATURE
Generally temperatures, with minimums of 12˚C / 54˚F and maximums of 32˚C / 90˚F

BEST TIME TO TRAVEL
There is excellent game viewing throughout the year. The best time to see the Great Migration at Klein’s Camp is from June to December

MALARIA
The camp is situated in a malaria area and the necessary precautions should be taken

AIRSTRIP
Lobo Airstrip

CURRENCY
US dollar bills printed prior to 2000 are not accepted in Kenya or Tanzania, as there was a large amount of illegal processing of dollar bills in East Africa during that time 

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