Sneak Peek: Lemala Kuria Hills, Tanzania

  • Jenna Hockema

Lemala Kuria Hills has opened in Serengeti National Park in the Wogakurya Hills of Tanzania. Situated within the main migration corridor for wildebeest and in proximity to the Mara River, the remote camp comprises 10 tents in a picturesque surrounding. The eco-conscious camp is powered with solar- and wind-generated electricity, and the facility was built using a mix of recycled steel, glass, sustainable timber, composite decking, and canvas. Each tent has a bedroom, sitting and dressing areas, and a deck with a private plunge pool and outdoor shower. The camp, which is equipped with a bar, a dining area, and a pool, offers numerous guided tours of the Serengeti by foot or jeep, wine tastings in the underground wine cellar, and spa treatments. Packages start at $810 a night during the high season, which is July through October. (+255.27.254.8966, www.lemala.com/kuria)

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