Mkombe’s house lemai
Nomad Tanzania Camps
This self-contained private house for ten, totally designed around families, is charm itself, and set plum in the middle of one of Serengeti’s richest mammal habitats.
Solitary under huge skies and amidst the great grassland plains, it grants complete freedom from other people and schedules. It’s also excitement-central: a lively base for expertly guided forays into the bush: scouting buffalo, elephants, lion, crocodiles – and the famous wildebeest river crossings. Nomad founder, Mkombe Mniko, was a guide who cherished this area and connected strongly with children – and their parents. He would have seriously loved it here. And so will anyone who stays in this house they named after him.
Private home for family
Perfect for children to relax .
Daily chef and menu selections
Daily family personalize game drives - private safari activities
A beautiful, open fronted double room with netting that can be zipped closed. Each room has an en-suite bathroom with a shower and hot and cold running water plus a flush toilet. Beds have mosquito nets. Each room has a view and a verandah.
A specially designed children's room nearby the adult room, with en-suite bathroom, hot and cold running water, a shower and flush toilet. The children's room is secure and is not open-fronted. Each bed has a mosquito net.
Activities & features:
Private safari activities
You have all the flexibility you want to plan your days exactly how you like them. No schedules, no other guests to worry about. Nomad know from experience that if you’re traveling with young children, the ability to plan your days around their specific needs is all-important for everyone’s enjoyment. That’s why Mkombe’s House has a private guide, with whom you can discuss the options and decide what you’d like to do each day.
Game drives is the main focus, but it’s also possible to go out on walks (children over 12yrs only), enjoy picnic breakfasts or lunches and sundowners on the rocks. Youngsters often enjoy clambering around on the rocks around the camps in search of lizards, hyrax and other harmless creatures. And then of course there’s the option of spending time in your own home in the bush, reading in a shady spot with a great view, or having the odd dip in the pool. It is a holiday afterall.