Namiri (meaning big cat in Swahili) Plains Camp is a very exciting new addition to the Serengeti safari circuit. Opening in July 2014 this luxury camp is situated in an area which has been closed for twenty years – Frankfurt Zoo had been using the area for big cat research projects and as a result there is an abundance of big cats here.
Guest accommodation consists of ten tented suites, including one suite for family use. All are spaced well apart on each side of the communal lounge and dining tents, allowing for ample privacy. Made out of timber, stone, and calcrete, with a sweeping canvas roof held up by metal poles, the suites have a very elegant appearance. The bedroom of each standard-size unit contains a king-size bed or twin beds, bedside stands and lighting, a pleasant seating area, a couple of luggage racks, and ample storage space. Sliding doors along the entire front wall of the bedroom open out onto a private deck, where you’ll find comfy loungers and amazing views over Serengeti plains.
Facilities & Services:
Namiri camp has 10 tents (including 1 family tent), en-suite bathrooms, flushing toilets, pool and deck area, in-room lockable box, 100 % solar power with back-up generator, battery-charging facilities and private spa.