Serengeti Stopover is a pleasant enough spot, but truth be told, you don’t really stay here to be here, but rather use it as an extremely convenient base for exploring the Serengeti National Park or as a stop over on your way to it. That’s our plan.
It seems to have pretty much everything you need and seems fairly well equipped, although camping could be considered a bit pricey for what you get. You can’t however ignore the fact that $15 is on par with other spots in the area and it’s certainly a lot more stomachable than the $30 asked at Serengeti’s Ndabaka Gate campsite, which is only 1km down the road, but that has some fairly compromised and questionable facilities.
If, like us, you have to be clever about the time you choose to spend in the park, Serengeti Stopover may well be a convenient stop before or after your visit.