Singita Mara River

Serengeti N.P., Tanzania


Our Rating

Trip Advisor

Room Type

4 Tents, 2 Family tents

Child Policy

Children Ages 12+


Lounge, babysitting and wifi


Game Drives, Food and Wine, Wildebeest Migration


About This Accommodation

Singita Mara River is in the Northern Serengeti in the Lamai region overlooking the Mara River. During the months of June to October, this part of Tanzania comes alive with the annual animal migration. If you’re lucky, you will witness a river-crossing as the massive herds make their way north into Kenya’s Masai Mara. Even after the migration has passed, game-viewing is still good in the reserve. However, during the heavy rains of March and April, this camp is closed.

True to its name, Mara River is another beautiful Singita property with gorgeous rooms and light and contemporary décor with African influences. There are four 1-bedroom en-suite tents as well as two family tents. Each tent has an outdoor bathroom with views from the bath. The main areas offer plenty of space to relax and mingle or to take advantage of the magnificent views; it is both comfortable and elegant.

This property is suitable for families, honeymooners and anyone else looking for superior service and quality, as well as excellent game-viewing in a top safari destination. Guests should be aware that this is one of the only Singita properties without air conditioning.

Featured Activities in Singita Mara River

Videos from Singita Mara River

  • Located on the northern banks of the world-renowned Mara River in the Lamai triangle and celebrated for its annual wildebeest migration crossings, this camp consciously seeks to eliminate the unnecessary use of energy and non-biodegradable materials. Truly 'off-the-grid' the camp is powered by an elaborate solar system and is designed in such a way that nature dominates. The sounds of the river are ever-present and soothe away the tension and stresses of life.
  • Singita Mara River Tented Camp is located on the northern banks of the world-renowned Mara River in the Lamai triangle and celebrated for its annual wildebeest migration crossings.

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