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AndBeyond Klein’s camp is an intimate luxury boutique camp that offers magnificent panoramic views of a private 10,000 hectare exclusive wilderness concession from the edge of the Kuka Hills in the Serengeti.
Unlike other camps, Klein’s permits and specialize in rare off-road driving, bush walks...More
Could this be the best lodge in and around the Serengueti Park?
It could well be as the location is outstanding, each room having a panoramic view on a private reserve adjacent to the Park which allows for night drives and even hikes (to be...More
I have now some experience in safari. And I put Klein’s Camp at the very top of all lodges I know ! Everything was perfect, from the quality of service to the competency of my guide and tracker for the game drives. I loved the...More
This property is hard to get to, it was raining when we arrived, the road from the airstrip is a washboard, it rained the morning of our first drive AND WE LOVED this camp. The manager Tawanda, is soft spoken, concerned for the guests' comfort...More
The camp only has about ten rooms which are individual cabins so they are very private. The rooms are very nice and comfortable and are perched on a hill with fabulous views over the valley below. The camp is well run and efficient. We spent...More
I hoped you were able to stay at Kleins and have a good time here. I'd just like to answer your questions if you weren't able to stay here. The animal migration is normally around mid June to mid July here. If... More
I hoped you were able to stay at Kleins and have a good time here. I'd just like to answer your questions if you weren't able to stay here. The animal migration is normally around mid June to mid July here. If you don't come in migration season there's still a chance to see other wild animals, or even a lion or leopard if you're lucky. We visited the Masai village on a day excursion and it takes around 45-50 mins to get to the town and it requires about half to a whole afternoon.
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"If you are a family ask for Rooms 1 and 2 as they are interconnected. A big help as you cannot head out alone..."