The Best Bush Meals & Sundowners in Serengeti National Park

The Best Bush Meals & Sundowners in Serengeti National Park – There is an almost primordial delight in having a meal amid the raw wilderness of the African savannah, especially if the location is the Serengeti, where your views are likely to be framed by gorgeous scenery and magnificent wildlife. As a result, special dinners are a popular pastime on a Serengeti safari, and specific possibilities are described below.

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Bush Meals & Sundowners in Serengeti National Park

Picnic Lunch:

The meal itself is in the form of packed lunch boxes that are provided by your camp or lodge by prior arrangement the night before to allow them adequate time to prepare the meal boxes. Though the food is usually modest yet filling, the sometimes gorgeous setting in the wilderness makes this a very memorable lunch. Most Serengeti resorts offer this meal for free in place of a house lunch.

Bush Breakfast & Dinners:

A more lavish meal, which, in the case of a Bush dinner, may also be an event in and of itself, including entertainment such as light music or tribal dance performances around a bonfire. Bush lunches are provided at specially designated locations around the Serengeti, which are normally located outside of but quite close to the respective Lodges or Camps. Menus can range from multi-course haute cuisine to more casual bush barbecue meals, with pricing ranging from USD 60 per person to + USD 100 per person for more sumptuous bush meals.


Ending your day on safari with your favorite drink in hand, the company of friends or loved ones, and a gorgeous sunset unfolding right before your eyes is a very special experience indeed, and many upper end Serengeti hotel properties now offer sundowners either pre-included in your stay or as optional add-on activities, recognizing this.

Bush meals in Serengeti can also be arranged for a variety of group sizes, including those planning a Honeymoon in Serengeti, and may also cater for special dietary requirements such as gluten free, vegan, vegetarian, and even restricted vegetarian diets such as Indian Jain diets, which prohibit the use of onions or garlic as ingredients. Though options for wilderness meals are limited, in-house eating at lodges or camps offers more dietary options. Please contact us if you seek special information on Serengeti food and eating.

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