Location

Central Serengeti

Accommodation Type

Permanent Tented Camp

Accommodation Level

Deluxe

Price Guide
££££££

Lemala Ewanjan

If you’re looking for a stylish, high end tented camp in a central area of Serengeti, Lemala Ewanjan must be on your list. It is a touch of sophistication in the bush and, at certain times of the year, you might just find thousands of pesky wildebeest outside your tent!

If you travel west from Seronera airstrip (central Serengeti) towards Makoma Hill, a track head leads to a small rock kopje. Here, nestled into the scrub and rock is Ewanjan.  It’s a fabulous location if you want to base yourself in central Serengeti to see the diverse resident game that is present throughout the year – and it’s geat for big cats. If you happen to be travelling in the months of April to June or again November and even December, you also have a high chance of catching the migration as the herds move north or south.

Lemala Ewanjan has twelve permanent tented rooms, a lovely camp fire and a separate lounge and dining tent.  Whilst it’s only about 40 minutes’ drive from Seronera airstrip, so in effect quite a busy area, the camp melts away into its surroundings and you can hardly see it until you actually arrive, and it’s uncommon to see many vehicles pass.  It is a high-end camp, with a matching price tag; perfect if you’re looking for a few nights in style in the bush.

If you’re coming with the family, the Lemala group of camps offer Lemala Cubs club, offering 6-11 year olds various exciting activities such as making plaster casts of animal prints, trying out bows and arrows or Maasai spears, and cooking on a campfire.

Lemala also has sister camps in Ndutu (southern Serengeti) from December to March, and by the Mara River (northern Serengeti) from July to October, so if you like Lemala’s style – which we do – you can you could enjoy a twin centre Serengeti safari with them.

Lemala Ewanjan highlights

  • Luxury permanent tented camp in central Seronera
  • Diverse Serengeti game viewing all year
  • Area is known for big cats
  • Wildebeest Migration (April-June and November-December)

Lemala Ewanjan location

Lemala Ewanjan

Details

  • 12 tented rooms
  • Open all year
  • Children welcome over the age of 6 years

Facilities

  • Wifi in public areas
  • Laundry service

Activities

  • Morning and afternoon game drives in Serengeti
  • Balloon safaris (optional)
  • Lemala Cubs club for under-12s

Lemala Ewanjan rooms

Lemala offers spacious tented en suite rooms. There is a shaded entrance porch/veranda which has a chunky wooden day bed outside for game viewing and relaxing.

The inside of the tent has a polished wooden floor and two queen size beds with leather headboards or one king size bed.

There is a bedside table with lamps and two leather chairs with coffee table and a rather unusual writing desk.

The rooms are large enough to accommodate a family of four with two children under 12 – appropriate beds are arranged.  The offset bathroom has a separate toilet canvas compartment with a flushing toilet.

The shower is a separate area enclosed by a shower curtain.  It is a safari shower (ie bucket shower!) operated with a chain controlling the water flow, and hot water is provided on demand.

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Amanda Marks

Managing Director

Self confessed Africa-lover, but keen on all new travel experiences, Amanda is passionate about getting to know different cultures.

Tracy Edwards

Travel Consultant

Tracy was been born and spent her youth in South Africa, the draw of the animals, the people and wilds of Africa have always run through her veins.

Sinead Bailey

Travel Consultant

Sinead caught the travel bug following a year out after university. She has worked in the travel industry ever since, and visited many countries including South Africa, Tanzania, Botswana and recently Namibia.

Christine MacDougall

Travel Consultant

The African dust is firmly planted in Chris’s heart. Born in the Southern Highlands of Tanzania she spent much of her childhood in and around Ruaha. It was pure fun. Travel and safari was part of life and through into adulthood fun and travel has never left her.

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