Kati Kati is a mobile tented camp in central Serengeti, strategically located for exploring the vast plains of the Serengeti. Accommodation is in 10 comfortable tents with en suite facilities and bucket showers. All tents offer mesmerising views of the surrounding savanna. Meals are served in a cosy mess tent at the centre of the camp. Every evening, the campfire is lit, around which guests can gather to enjoy appetizers and a sundowner before dinner. Guests can take a scenic two-hour drive to visit Olduvai Gorge, the Grumeti River and the Olduvai Museum. The camp has been designed to cause minimum impact on the environment; all of its infrastructure is mobile, and the philosophy of its owners is to leave nothing behind.