Asanja Moru is owned and run by Asanja Africa, a family business with a portfolio featuring properties in the wildlife-rich Serengeti and Ruaha national parks. This property has been awarded a Certificate of Excellence from TripAdvisor! The accommodation is booked on a full-board basis, including all meals, a selection of alcoholic and non-alcoholic drinks, the majority of activities, parking, Wi-Fi, and a laundry service. One bed may be added to each bedroom, incurring a reduced cost for children aged under 12 years.
ACCESS & LOCATION:
The camp can be accessed via road transfer from the nearest airstrip, which is at Seronera. This journey takes about 45 minutes. Asanja Moru is situated in Moru Kopjes, an area characterised by big boulders and black rhino. The campsite has mostly mown grass and acacia trees.
ACCOMMODATION & FACILITIES:
Guest accommodation consists of eight tents, including a two-bedroom tent for family use. Each standard tent is Meru in style – an outer layer extends over the tent to provide a private veranda. Every veranda is set with a couple of easy chairs and a small table – it’s a great spot to relax and enjoy views over the Serengeti plains! Inside, there’s a double bed, bedside tables and lighting, and a writing table with chair or stool. At the back of the tent are the en-suite facilities, comprising flush toilet, washbasin with mirror over, and shower, in addition to plenty of hanging space. The family tent benefits from all these features, as well as an extra en-suite bedroom for children.
Asanja Moru’s communal areas are housed in a large tent erected on a wooden deck. One side contains the lounge, which has comfy sofas and chairs around a coffee table, a well-stocked bar with barstools, and amazing views. On the other side, there’s the dining space, offering separate tables and chairs. The camp’s fire-pit is just a short stroll from the mess tent – this is the perfect place to socialise with your fellow guests and swap stories of your time on safari!
The camp provides a great range of activities. Both vehicle and walking safaris are led by highly knowledgeable guides, ensuring fantastic sightings of wildlife! Among numerous predator and herbivore highlights here are four of the Big Five – lion, rhino, elephant, and buffalo – plus cheetah, spotted hyena, jackal, wild dog, giraffe, wildebeest, zebra, Thomson’s gazelle, eland, and topi. There are plenty of birds to see too, such as Verreaux’s eagle, kori bustard, secretary bird, and the colourful Fischer’s lovebird. You can get a bird’s-eye view over the Serengeti by embarking on a hot air balloon ride at dawn, descending to a champagne breakfast! Cultural visits to local villages are available too, and if you’re feeling adventurous you could try fly camping. You can even take a day-trip to the Ngorongoro Crater, to observe even more wildlife in a truly spectacular setting.