Lamai Serengeti, Nomad Tanzania
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Lamai Serengeti, Nomad Tanzania

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If you were to visit only one place in the Serengeti, it ought be here. This is no idle boast; the iconic Kogakuria kopje in northern Serengeti is a prime site and Lamai Serengeti sits tucked amongst the rocks with panoramic views of the surrounding landscape. Beautifully designed open-fronted rooms, a spacious lounge and clear pool provide an ideal place to escape to for some relaxation in between your wildlife adventures, for both families, groups and couples. The area boasts year-round fantastic game viewing, including the Big 5, and between July and November, the wildebeest migration moves through, crossing the Mara River in dramatic fashion just 20mins from the lodge.
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Serengeti National Park Tanzania
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Mara Lodges Airport
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Erica H wrote a review July 2022
Houston, Texas128 contributions65 helpful votes
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This gorgeous lodge is situated on a rocky hilltop just a short drive from the Mara Mara River, which is where the famed wildebeest crossings occur. (From what we could see, it seems to be one of the closest camps.) Lamai is one the prettiest camps we have ever seen in Africa, and we have seen many. The architecture and decor gives a feeling of openness and oneness with the environment while being elegant and luxurious.

We stayed in room number 4, which is a family suite facing the wide open Serengeti Savannah. The suite consists of two large rooms connected by an oversized bathroom. All three compartments have screened walls that face the view. While you can have tarps brought down to cover the screens at night, we never did. We loved hearing the animals from our room. The main bedroom is so expansive that it has a foyer behind the bed when you first walk in the room where there is a bench and chest of drawers that contains a safe. Staff place buckets of wine and soft drinks there every afternoon. In front of the huge bed, there are two other seating areas: a beautifully and colorfully decorated day bed and desk. Beyond the screen is a large balcony with four chairs that may be the most comfortable in the entire lodge. Sitting there listening to the birds and wildebeest is idyllic. The lighting in each room is beautiful - bright enough to read and see your things while still being soft enough to create a romantic setting. The wifi in the room is so strong that we were able to FaceTime back home. The second bedroom has two twin beds with cute lanterns at the bedside. The bathroom has two sinks, a portable magnifying mirror in addition to main mirror and plentiful open shelving. The unenclosed shower had great pressure and lots of hot water. Comfortable light white robes are provided. Pillows, beds and linens are all in like new condition and very comfortable. Sleeping under the mosquito nets while hearing the wildlife just outside is terrifically romantic.

The main lodge is as beautiful as the photos suggest with fantastic views and several distinct and comfortable sitting areas. The feel here — as in the bedrooms — is open and clean with lots of whites and neutrals, simple lines and designs and bright colored accents using natural materials and local furnishings. We spent hours at the main lodge, watching the agama lizards, mongooses, rock hyraxes, and vervet monkeys that hang around the lodge; looking at the beautiful photography books; playing jenga; and enjoying tea each afternoon and wine and bites before dinner.

Meals were delicious. Breakfast and lunch are buffet or packed for drives. (We loved the buffets as it allowed us to not have to choose between overeating or being wasteful.) Dinners are plated. The staff vary your table location from the open deck (which they cover with a tarp during sunny periods) to the open air but interior dining room (which has a roaring fireplace) to the lower and upper deck gazebos so you feel like you are getting a different dining experience each time. Heavy shawls are provided at each chair during dinners when temps can fall )although generally we found the weather to be perfect). We took our breakfasts while on game drives, and they were plentiful with bacon and friend egg sandwiches, granola, yogurt, fresh fruit,juices, tea and coffee, all served on tables covered with bright tablecloths in local patterns. Lunches and dinners always included fabulous vegetables in addition to meats, which is amazing given the remote location of this lodge.

Our assigned guide, Olee, was excellent with expert knowledge, a keen eye and an attentive and easy going nature. He spotted animals from so far away that even with binoculars we could barely see the area let alone spot an animal. He knew the various territories of the big cats and so knew where to look and positioned our car for the best photo opportunities. He listened to and accommodated our requests and communicated well. We liked how he reviewed plans for each drive with us (ie what we would look for, where we would go, when we would have breakfast). The first morning he had hot water bottles in the car, which were great to warm our legs on the cold morning, and we loved being able to stand up in the land cruiser with the raised cover providing shade. Our only suggestion is that this vehicle be outfitted with the bean bags that the land cruiser at Nomad Kuro had; those bean bags were great for helping us steady our cameras up top and were missed here.

The staff are wonderful. Our assigned attendant, Baraka, could not have done more to make sure we had everything we need. As an example, he decorated our room with welcome messages out of sticks and leaves upon our arrival and decorated our dinner tables with special messages and designs using rocks, leaves and napkins. Appel walked us to and from our room when it was dark and carried a spear rather than a gun, which we loved; Appel is a large man, and we got the feeling he knew how to use that spear! The manager, James, was very welcoming and shared great stories with us. Lawrence, Vicki, and everyone else we interacted with greeted us warmly each time we passed. Best of all, nearly the entire staff came together to sing to us on our last night, as they had prepared a special celebration for my 50th birthday and our 25th wedding anniversary! My husband and I were so moved by how well the staff treated us, particularly given we were last minute guests, having received a kind and generous accommodation from Nomad’s main office upon an understandable mix up at another camp.

After seeing how Nomad solves problems, treats its guests, and designs its camps, we will be looking to book with Nomad wherever they have accommodations.

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Date of stay: July 2022Trip type: Travelled with family
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Mateen N wrote a review Nov 2020
London, United Kingdom160 contributions47 helpful votes
5.0 of 5 bubbles
Where to start with this review. We had just spend two nights at Nomad Entamanu which was exceptional, and having arrived at Nomad Lamai for three nights - it was breath-taking, the camp took it to another level.

In a prime position very high up giving you fantastic views of the Serengeti, the entire place has a very large and respectful footprint on the land. We stayed for three nights and our stay was flawless.

It hard to put into words the real world luxury that was provided in such a remote part of Africa and within the Serengeti itself. Our room was big with a lovely wrap around balcony, the common areas were very spacious and inviting, the dining areas were varied and we had lunch and dinner at a different spot everyday (food was of high quality and we were fed very well). They also have a beautiful pool with views down of the Plains which we took advantage of everyday.

Eligard tended to us our entire stay, he was brilliant, eager to please and also very knowledge on wildlife. Hanafi our guide was amazing, we were able to see so many animals (predator, prey and birds) multiple times (except the elusive Rhino), he was patient and didn't hurry us, having our own jeep meant we also got to hang around for a bit longer with the large family of elephants and lions and Hafani was very kind, pleasant person to talk to everyday.

It was our dream to do a Safari, never did we imagine how brilliant and unique the entire experience with Nomad would be. We booked in January for October travel and in some instances were got lucky due to the lack of tourists from the Covid pandemic, however we honestly felt safer in Africa on Safari for 6 days than i have in London. If you are having second thoughts on travel, I would recommend everyone to go and take advantage of the low tourist numbers, not only are you supporting the local economy, but you'll truly experience a once in a lifetime Safari.
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Date of stay: October 2020
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Dawn Wilcox wrote a review Oct 2020
Rolvenden, United Kingdom11 contributions8 helpful votes
5.0 of 5 bubbles
Within seconds of being picked up from the airport you suddenly realise your safari has started. The lodge beautifully blends in with its surroundings, set within a rocky outcrop (Koppie) with amazing views over the Serengeti. The accommodation is spacious, comfortable and designed by someone with taste and understanding of “treading lightly” within the world they are occupying. The staff are all amazing, Jim and Ken are truly the most amazing hosts, ensuring you have everything you need at all times and Baraka and his sixth sense on when to bring Gin and Tonics is frankly wondrous! Our guide Mussa has some kind of alien eyesight and we were honoured to have him as our guide. 10 leopards in 2.5 days, it's going to be hard to beat.

If you are in doubt of whether or not you should travel at the moment, I would say definitely go. There are specialist Insurance Companies that will cover you to travel against Government advise and we felt safer travelling through Africa than at our local supermarket. Given that you more or less have the place to yourselves, why would you not. Go on, get out there……………
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Date of stay: October 2020
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SN wrote a review Aug 2021
53 contributions30 helpful votes
5.0 of 5 bubbles
I cannot come up with enough superlatives to describe our experience at Lamai Serengeti. The location is sheer magic - the lodge is built imperceptibly into the rocks of an imposing kopje. The rooms and common areas have sweeping views of the Serengeti that is teeming with wildlife now during the great migration. We saw a leopard, lion cubs, buffalo, wildebeest, topis, and zebras from the many balconies. The game drives with Jairo were epic with two wildebeest crossings, a pride of lions feasting on a kill, two large male lions lounging in the grass, a pack of hyenas, hippos in the Mara river, and an unforgettable parade of a large family of elephants. Jairo is one amazing guide!

Andrew who served up delicious meals deserves special mention - not only was each meal curated with care for our vegetarian diet, it was also served in different locations, each more special than the previous. On the last evening, he set us up on the balcony with a full moon in the distance and the team had baked a special celebratory cake for us, which was served with champagne!

Victoria's shop and massage were lovely. The massage after many days of safari, felt delightful.

James and Lawrence who run the camp strive to exceed all expectations, and they do! They made us feel like family.

The Serengeti and a stay at Lamai are memories we are going to keep revisiting. Simply unforgettable!
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Date of stay: August 2021Trip type: Travelled with family
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Response from Nomad Tanzania, Marketing at Lamai Serengeti, Nomad Tanzania
Responded 15 Sept 2021
Thank you so much for your beautiful words - perhaps our favourite snippet was 'they made us feel like a family'... our team up there is made up of such a special bunch of people, and it makes us very happy to know you had such a great time with them. It sounds like the wildlife pulled through too - what wonderful sightings! We hope we'll have the opportunity to welcome you again one of these days.
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Cathy I wrote a review Oct 2021
Melrose, MA11 contributions17 helpful votes
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Our family spent three nights at Lamai Serengeti. Nomad Tanzania does it again with this wonderful Northern Serengeti Camp. The location allows you easy access to the park and experience amazing wildlife sightings. We came for the wildebeest crossing and we were not disappointed. Emmanuel was our guide and he can spot anything a mile away! It was a once in a lifetime experience.

The camp has lovely views over the plains and feels like you're in a large tree house. The African sunrises are spectacular. The tent like rooms feel like you're outdoors with all the comforts of indoors. There's a pool which we enjoyed after a long day in the jeep. The meals are good and they take care to accommodate dietary needs.

Under the wonderful guidance of James, the staff are warm and welcoming. Seth our server arranged a surprise sundowner safari bar and we were able to take some lovely family photos to celebrate this special trip. We would highly recommend Nomad and Lamai Serengeti for a memorable safari experience.
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Date of stay: October 2021
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Response from Hellen Joram, Marketing at Lamai Serengeti, Nomad Tanzania
Responded 22 Oct 2021
Cathy, it is wonderful to read how much you enjoyed your stay at our camp; we are humbled by your beautiful and kind words, thank you so much for taking your time, sharing your experience with us. We hope to see you again soon at Lamai, or any one of our properties in the near future. Karibu tena Nomad. Best regards from the Nomad team.
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Kathy L wrote a review Apr 2020
Rowayton, Connecticut313 contributions100 helpful votes
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Our 4th and final camp on our 50th anniversary trip of a lifetime was simply amazing. Our room with a view was high above the northern Serengeti grasslands amid a tumble of giant boulders. The setting is unique - providing us with lots of exercise as we scaled the steps to and from our room to the lodge for meals and then out on safari drives. Our guides and the camp staff were exceptional in every way and the meals were up to the the high standard of all the Nomad camps we had encountered. Out of season rain preceded us and the grasses were high in some parts of the area, but we found lions, cheetahs, hippos, warthogs, baboons, monkeys, jackels, hyenas, elephants and giraffes plus a huge variety of birds and antelopes. My new favorite animal was one who lived all around our camp - the rock hyrax. We highly recommend the Nomad camps - and laud their dedication to conservation and the environment.
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Date of stay: February 2020
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MFE828 wrote a review Dec 2022
10 contributions2 helpful votes
5.0 of 5 bubbles
My family and I were on our first safari in Africa, and Nomad Lamai was the 4th stop for us.

The camp itself is beautiful, on top of a little hill in the Northern Serengeti. The pictures do not do it justice. There is a living area separated from a dining area, both with fantastic views of what I thought looked just like the Garden of Eden. Our family room gave us 2 interconnected rooms and a bathroom, all with the same fantastic views and with an outdoor deck from where we enjoyed African wines.

Food was delicious, and I appreciated how the staff asked for food allergies and preferences, and went out of their way to make sure my husband's allergies were considered in every delicious meal.

But while the place and the food are top-notch, what makes Nomad Lamai special is its staff. The manager Laurence runs a team of highly motivated and capable people. We appreciated meeting each one of the team - from Laurence (who explained the sad truth about snares and poaching to us) to James, Lazaro, Esther, Pupa, and of course our butler Seth, who made sure we were cared for with the best table, food and wines, and who always spoke in Swahili with my husband who was doing his best to learn it.

I do want to make special mention of our guide, Jairo Mafie, who made our stay special and unforgettable. Each night, he discussed with us details of how the next day would be, based on our requests and his suggestions. We appreciated the effort he put in each of our game drives, and the information he shared. He prepared a special bush breakfast for us, which we all enjoyed immensely.

On our second day, we found an injured lion, whose leg may have been fractured from a hunt. He looked hungry and weak. Not many guides report such injuries to the Serengeti vet (the entire 15,000 sq. km of Serengeti National Park has 2 vets in Central Serengeti, who care for the injuries to rare animals such as lions), but Jairo made sure to report it to the rangers on the same day we found our injured lion (our kids called him Kogi, short for Kogatende where Nomad Lamai is located). Jairo spoke with the rangers who kindly rushed immediately despite their Christmas day party to see where Kogi was. Jairo made sure to monitor and follow up for the vet to arrive in Kogatende. On our last 2 days in Kogatende, Jairo was 1,000% intent on finding Kogi with us to alert the vet on Kogi's location. I realize that our search for Kogi led us to discover Jairo, who was to us a remarkably good person and conservationist. Laurence and James also supported Jairo in his search by sending another team to help find Kogi. (Kogi was found: his brothers made a kill near him, which gave him some food, though we are still hoping to hear more on the latest). We commend Nomad Lamai for its efforts in saving the animals of Serengeti, and for its remarkable team who went over and beyond any obligation they had.

Kudos to Laurence and his team!
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Date of stay: December 2022
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Meanwhile wrote a review Nov 2020
St. Louis, Missouri154 contributions85 helpful votes
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Perched in the rocks on a hill, this camp blends well with the surroundings and you feel like you're one with the wilderness when you are walking through the camp. The facility is beautiful and, like the other Nomad camp at which we stayed, the people are what makes this place incredibly special. They are so in tune with what you want to achieve during your visit and what your tastes are that they seem to anticipate your every request. In fact, I'd say you never have to make a request. The food was fantastic and the conversation with Lawrence and James, the co-managers, was a particular treat. Gyro, our guide, was knowledgeable and had an eagle eye for sightings. My back was having issues and they procured pain medicine and cream for me and they even set up a massage, gratis, to address the issue. Victoria, the masseuse, was wonderful! Having the ability to have a massage was such a treat and a great amenity! There is a lovely gift shop that has nice objects that are not what you can find in Arusha - so if you see it at Lamai, buy it there. Senet was our main staff member and he was attentive and invisible at the same time. We loved this camp and our experience in the Serengeti.
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Date of stay: November 2020
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Lia T wrote a review July 2021
Chattanooga, Tennessee69 contributions72 helpful votes
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This was our final safari stop before flying to Zanzibar for mandatory covid testing and rest prior to flights returning to US.We stayed for 4 nights.
Family of 5 (3 teen boys) staying in a family unit. The acommadations are luxurious and well appointed. Our deck had a fabulous view of the serengeti (although unfortunately it was all charred from the controlled burning by the government which was unforeseen by us). Plenty of hot water in showers and prompt laundry service.They even provide a hairdryer for use in the evenings (when generator is on)and that was a luxury.
There was only one other couple there during our entire stay (the one whose review is below which we echo wholeheartedly) Our last 2 nights we were the only guests.
The food was fantastic and well presented. We really loved the surprise lunch set up in the middle of the serengeti on our last day. Our butler Dickson was especially pleasant and diligent in serving us.
The staff is attentive and friendly. We had many lovely conversations with Lawrence and James.
As an aside,the small the gift shop run by Victoria (who is also the masseuse), supports a local foundation and has some nice items as souvenirs and gifts.
Our guide Jyro was the most experienced guide we ever had (which we needed as we got caught by the wildfires one night and had to off-road in the darkness and smoke to get home). He was very knowledgeable and eager to find the animals. In fact, we got extremely lucky and saw a hyena kill live/real time.
This property was a great ending to a safari trip. We came here from Serengeti safari camp also run by Nomad and that was a totally different type of experience(classic mobile tent safari).
I would rate this overall experience as honeymoon quality and one of the nicest places I have vacationed.
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Date of stay: June 2021
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Response from Nomad Tanzania, Marketing at Lamai Serengeti, Nomad Tanzania
Responded 6 July 2021
Thank you for your wonderful words! We're thrilled to hear you had such a superb stay, and we so appreciate the wholehearted recommendation. Having Northern Serengeti to oneself is such a treat, and a true silver lining to the global downturn in travel. Unfortunately the controlled burning usually happens earlier in the year, but due to the weather, it was delayed - however we're glad to hear it didn't get in the way of your having a great time! We hope your time in Zanzibar was just as wonderful, and that you'll all return to Tanzania soon.
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jeanette h wrote a review Oct 2020
San Gabriel, California18 contributions1 helpful vote
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My husband and I spent 4 nights here celebrating our 22nd anniversary. The lodge is very well managed by Lawrence. All staffs were super attentive and helpful. The room we stayed in had a beautiful view of the the sunrise. The bathroom was very clean and we were able to watch the sunrise while washing up in the morning. The attention to details here exceeded our expectations like the hot water bottles under our sheets to keep us warm during the night, the hot water bottles for warmth during our morning drives, and the thoughtful sundowner on our last night there. The food was great and healthy, we actually had a chance to try their local cuisine for one of the nights there. Our server, Baraka, was a gem and attended to all our needs. Each day we were there we had the pleasure of going on 2 game drives with Amos. He was very knowledgeable and knew the best angle to position the truck for the optimal view of the animals. Not only was Amos a great guide, he was also a great photographer, stopping the trucks when he noticed a great photo opportunity. Overall, I would definitely recommend this lodge to anyone wishing to visit the northern Serengeti.
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Date of stay: September 2020Trip type: Travelled as a couple
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Answer from Emma H
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Yes they have delicious vegetarian options
Answer from Lia T
Chattanooga, Tennessee69 contributions72 helpful votes
I was there in June so info is a bit dated, but there was at least one male. We only saw him once.
Answer from Brad913
Lebanon, Indiana238 contributions72 helpful votes
Not close to camp, saw one rhino near river crossing
Nishma S asked a question May 2017
London, United Kingdom5 contributions
How can I check availability and rates for this lodge?
Answer from Hellen J
Arusha Region, Tanzania10 contributions
Hi Nishma, We will happily send you our rates and availability for the time you are planning to come on safari. Please email us via the contact form on our website (apologies, Trip Advisor won't let me copy an URL here), and we will get back to you with any information you need. Warm wishes, Lucy Nomad Tanzania
Hoff Hoff wrote a tip Dec 2023
London, United Kingdom38 contributions17 helpful votes
5.0 of 5 bubbles
"Make sure you have at least three full days if you can to capture the full enormity and beauty"
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Rachel wrote a tip Nov 2023
Flempton57 contributions9 helpful votes
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"Don’t expect a tv in your room because this safari lodge is about a natural and fantastic animal experience. The staff are so welcoming and "
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Kay D wrote a tip Sept 2023
Kidlington, United Kingdom7 contributions1 helpful vote
5.0 of 5 bubbles
"Be prepared with iPhones for quick shots as a bigger camera can miss the action "
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Tina M wrote a tip Aug 2023
2 contributions1 helpful vote
5.0 of 5 bubbles
"Binoculars are helpful. Bring a light coat for the mornings, although the hot water warmers and blankets provided. Laundry service daily"
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Maryanne T wrote a tip July 2023
2 contributions1 helpful vote
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"No tips. Just enjoy it. It was great"
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Frequently Asked Questions about Lamai Serengeti, Nomad Tanzania
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Some of the more popular amenities offered include free breakfast, a pool, and an on-site restaurant.
What food & drink options are available at Lamai Serengeti, Nomad Tanzania?
Guests can enjoy free breakfast, an on-site restaurant, and a lounge during their stay.
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Yes, guests have access to a pool during their stay.
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Yes, Lamai Serengeti, Nomad Tanzania offers an airport shuttle for guests. We recommend calling ahead to confirm details.
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