Roving Bushtops
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Migrate with the Wildebeests in Tanzania
Opening in early 2016, Roving Bushtops—a sister camp to Serengeti Bushtops—is a luxury camp on wheels. The camp is typically set up near Moru kopjes, magnificent granite rock formations that rise out of the grassy plains in the central Serengeti. But if the animals move, Roving Bushtops follows. This means that from November to May, guests are surrounded by migrating wildebeest and zebra herds and the predators they attract. The six tents don’t skimp on the plush: En suite bathrooms include a bathtub and a shower, butler service is standard, and meals can be taken in the central mess tent or on your private viewing deck. This appeared in the Jan/Feb 2016 issue.
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