This camp was completely refurbished and upgraded in 2019, and it is located in Tanzania’s eastern Serengeti. This remote camp is also a conservation initiative, protecting an area crucial to cheetah and other big cats.
Before Namiri Plains was created, these grasslands were closed for 20 years to allow the cheetah population to restore.
The nearest other camps are over an hour’s drive away so you can experience the vast plains all to yourself.
The beauty about this place is that you don’t even need to travel far to experience the wildlife. If you decide to take an afternoon around the pool. you may get to see huge wildebeest herds.
You can discover so much from the library and information centre, or simply chill out and soak up the views from your own private deck.
While exploring the grasslands close to Namiri Plains, you might be fortunate enough to come face to face with one of our most beautiful and unique wildcats – Manja, the melanistic serval. He is quite the celebrity in the Serengeti and has been featured globally by the likes of BBC Earth and The Discovery Channel.
Suitable for Families: Children aged five and older
Rooms: Ten Tents (including One Family Tent)
Location: Serengeti, Tanzania
Closest airstrip: Seronera, 2-hour drive from camp