Roving Bushtops



Currently a fixture in the Seronera Valley, within the Central Serengeti, Roving Bushtops is a semi-permanent camp that receives the Great Migration in two bouts – November and March. Flights to the Seronera Airstrip can be reached through Nairobi, Kilimanjaro and many other airports around Tanzania.


Replicating the impeccable standards of its sibling Bushtop camps, Roving Bushtops ensures that not a day goes by without guests being amazed by brilliant service and pristine facilities. The communal areas of the camp are finished with wicker, straw and contemporary wood furniture. The canvas windows allow the natural light in, burnishing amber light in each corner of the rooms. The views from anywhere you choose to sit will thrill you, and the animal encounters will leave you speechless.

Each of the 6 tents live up to a standard of incomparable luxury. Polished wood floors, king-size beds, soft white linens, en-suite bathrooms and a deck facing out into the Central Serengeti create an unforgettable ambience. Three sides of the tent can be opened for an almost complete freedom in viewing pleasure.  A personal butler can be called at any time, where any query or need will be quickly met. A family tent is available and children older than the age of 7 are most welcome at Roving Bushtops.

Wildlife & Activities

Game drives offer a variety of sights, from big cats and even bigger mammals, to the pure, thundering numbers of animals involved in the Great Migration. During November guests are privy to the spectacle and the fight for survival. February is the calving season and here you’ll see the hundreds of thousands of adorable wildebeest calves stumbling across the grasslands on spindly legs, as they learn to walk, and then run.

Additionally, guests looking for relaxation and pampering can venture into the wine cellar, experience a massage or soak in the hot tub. The choices and possibilities at Roving Bushtops are as endless as the grassy plains themselves.