Namiri Plains Camp
> Central Serengeti
Escape the Great Migration tourists and indulge in the elegance of Namiri. The Camp in the remote Eastern corner of the Serengeti.
The camp is open year-round. This sophisticated hideaway sits in a secluded section of the eastern Serengeti with no other accommodation or tourists in sight. The camp has been renovated and has been given a stylish overhaul. Truly the perfect spot from which to watch the Great Migration and the infamous big cats of the region without compromising on privacy and authenticity.
Only in Common Area
The camp lies under a beautiful thorny acacia tree with plenty of chairs to lazily survey the horizon. In the central area, you’ll find a beautiful bar as well as a library and curated exhibit on the history and big cats of the site, whilst outside the swimming pool calls in the heat of the day. There’s also a spa for maximum R&R after a day exploring the plains, and the crackling campfire is almost always surrounded by fellow adventurers discussing their (always incredible) encounters.
Namiri has ten ensuite tents, all strategically placed to maximise the views. Bush immersion is the name of the game, and the soothing decor invites total relaxation – aided by the outdoor bathtubs and enormous, shaded verandas. The area around the camp is a hive of activity, and you’re never far from the action (even in your tent).
Namiri is the perfect mix of elegant interiors and remote wilderness.
Total privacy during the safari.