Perfectly located in the remote and unspoilt southern part of the Serengeti National Park, and the only permanent camp here, Kusini is built around a spectacular rocky kopje or outcrop, overlooking the grassy plains below – the path of the Migration route, with year-round sightings of zebra, buffalo and lion. The wildebeest congregate in this area during the calving season between mid-December and March, before embarking on their annual trek north through the Serengeti, in search of fresh grasslands. With only 12 spacious en-suite tented rooms, with wooden verandas, each with a personal butler at hand, the camp is intimate and personal. The main camp includes a dining area, lounge and library, as well as a campfire. The sensational views from the kopje are the perfect spot to relax and enjoy sundowners while the sun sets after a day spent on game drives, and some stargazing after a delicious three-course dinner.