Bucket list must
I was blown away by the level of service which would put many top Sydney restaurants to shame. (…) Being woken each morning with freshly baked cookies and plunger coffee, while in the wild, was awesome ... not to mention evening drinks around the campfire. I am telling all my friends and family about this camp; hospitality deluxe + wildlife migration = perfect holiday."
Karen (Australia) | Stayed in October, 2012 at Ubuntu Camp
Staff, food, rooms were the best we experienced in Tanzania. Everything was perfect, especially the staff. The food was as good as we have had in any 5-star hotel. The location gave us immediate access a wide variety of animals. We will return!"
Marinebb (US) | Stayed in October, 2012 at Ubuntu Camp
Serengeti’s finest camp
A stay at Ubuntu is a must if you’re looking for top quality service, fantastic cooking and generous hospitality. (…) If you’re going to Mara Serengeti when the migration is in the north then you’ll do no better than Ubuntu Camp."
Martyn R. (UK) | Stayed in October, 2012 at Ubuntu Camp
Words cannot express how spectacular it was to stay in their luxury tented camp with such a friendly, attentive staff. Nothing was more magnificent than hearing the lions, hyenas and zebras at night, knowing that we were very safe and secure. Also amazing was that the chef prepared wonderful meals in spite of having his kitchen in a tent!"
Sheryl (US) | Stayed in September, 2012 at Ubuntu Camp
Awesome staff and food!
The chef at Ubuntu is absolutely amazing! He could be a chef in a top New York City restaurant. He baked a beautiful cake for our anniversary and delivered it to us with great fanfare. We enjoyed the camp fire every night. The staff went out of their way to make sure we were having a good time and comfortable."
Wendy (US) | Stayed in September, 2012 at Ubuntu Camp
Lessons from humanity
Ubuntu means "humanity" in Swahili. (…) Our five star rating goes beyond the typical lodge experience, we really discovered some profound lessons there. Ubuntu reminds us that we can be our best selves — don’t be so hard on humanity that you stop seeing the solutions for balanced living that a small group of Africans living and working in the middle of nowhere have been able to come up with."
Eli 59 (Switzerland) | Stayed in August, 2012 at Ubuntu Camp