Kusini is located in the South Central area of the Serengeti National Park. The park itself covers 14,763 sq. kilometres, making it one of the world’s largest wildlife sanctuaries.
Kusini is perfectly sited in a cluster of kopjes (beautiful outcrops of granite rock). The 12 luxury tents blend seamlessly into the predator-rich plains of the Serengeti. Part of Kusini's charm is its remote and private location within the park borders, offering exceptional and essentially private game viewing. The Serengeti is home to the great Wildebeest migration, and the short grass plains around Kusini provide the perfect setting for the wildebeest as they mass around the area in the early months of each year.
Accommodation is offered in twelve double tents which are scattered around the main Kopje. Each tent is attended by a personal butler and has en-suite facilities with hot and cold running water. Private verandas with comfortable furnishings extend in front of each unit.
The dining area, lounge and library are housed in the main area, which affords spectacular views from its wooden deck and the adjacent kopje.
The camp uses inverted electrical energy.
The park and the area around Kusini in particular, are noted for its lion and cheetah populations and excellent leopard sightings. Sites such as the nearby Moru Kopjes are also renowned for good resident game, particularly cats, all year round.
The woodland area fringing the short grass plains, where Kusini is located also has high sightings of resident game including rarer species such as klipspringer, in addition to some incredible bird-life.
The famous wildebeest migration is usually present in the area around Kusini Camp from around January and April.
The season between January and March greets the arrival of newborn zebra and Wildebeest calves.
Kusini is committed to its environment and responsible travel. Therefore Kusini has been built to incorporate the natural surrounding and the entire structure can be removed without leaving a trace of inhabitation.