This is a great choice of camp for those looking to experience the Serengeti at its best without sharing it with other people – the nearest property is 45 minutes away.
ACCESS & LOCATION:
Located where the southern short-grass plains meet the acacia woodland, Namiri Plains takes advantage of the underground Ngare Nanyuki River, which provides little pockets of water that are enough to keep herds in the area all year round. This specific region of the Serengeti is known for its quantity of cheetah – the abundance of prey and open plains forms the perfect habitat for them.
ACCOMMODATION & FACILITIES:
The six en-suite tents that make up Namiri Plains are pitched well apart from each other, adding to the intimate feel of this camp. Lying under the canopies of an acacia tree, guests can enjoy views of the seemingly endless plains surrounding the camp from the comfort of their own room.
The mess consists of a separate bar and dining area. The camp continues the impressive service that Asilia Safaris has developed over the years, making it one of Tanzania’s leading safari companies.
Namiri Plains has great game all year round, which you cannot fail to see. However, if you want to watch the Great Migration between August and October, we would recommend one of Namiri Plain’s sister camps – Ubuntu, Olakira or Sayari.