Located to the north of Serengeti Western Corridor in Tanzania, the Grumeti Reserves form a protected wilderness. Formerly the place was a collection of hunting blocks, which had become the private game reserve of a US billionaire Tudor Jones II. However, guests can rein freely at the 350,000 acres reserve, which has an unrivalled diversity in wildlife including hundreds of bird species, 24 species of carnivores, and 30 species of plant eaters.
With plentiful choices of quality accommodation in the heart of wilderness, the Grumeti Reserves is the ultimate holiday destination for the adventure lovers. At the reserve, you will find cottage lodges, providing luxurious accommodation, with colonial-style décor, four-poster beds, claw-footed bathtubs, and private infinity pools. You can opt for the Bedouin-style tented camps on the open plain or the cutting-edge lodges with nine stone, canvas suites in the woodland on Grumeti River.
You may spot few plant eaters and some of the innumerable bird species right from the comforts of your lodge. Otherwise, take part in some of the breathtaking game drives offered by the management at Grumeti Reserves. You can indulge in open vehicle safaris, riding or walking safaris, outstanding balloon trips, as well as visits to the local villages. The reserve also offers unparalleled horseback safaris with outstanding wildlife encounters. Apart from the herds of big cats, the area boasts of large populations of wildebeest, elephants, and primates including the rare Colobus and Patas monkeys.
From June to July, you will have endless possibilities of sighting the outbound migration of wildlife with exciting riding safaris. Again, during September-November, you will have high probabilities of spotting the migratory return of big mixed herds, lions, leopards, cheetahs, giraffes, and herds of elephants.
Therefore, travel to the Grumeti Reserves in Tanzania to experience the ultimate luxury safari.