Authentic and intimate, Namiri Plains Camp comprises just ten suites, including a larger tent dedicated to families. Constructed from the natural calcrete from the area, they are tasteful and serene, as well as sustainably temperature regulated. Plush furnishings and en suite bathrooms await inside, while sliding tours open out onto full-length terraces that boast outdoor bathtubs and unparalleled, 360-degree views of the bush. Luxurious touches include pure cotton linens, luxury dressing gowns and toiletries, while décor showcases hand-woven materials and artefacts that have been handcrafted by local Tanzanian women, telling a story about the area’s traditional people.
Guest Tent :expand_more
- Room View: Plains view
- Facilities: Offering plenty of space and beautifully understated interiors, these luxury tented suites feature a king bed, desk area, en suite bathroom with plumbing, and terrace with a resin bathtub and exceptional views over the plains. They sleep two adults.
Family Tent :expand_more
- Room View: Plains view
- Facilities: Super spacious, this tent is designed for families and sleeps up to four guests. It boasts a large double bed and two additional single beds, as well as an en suite bathroom with plumbing and full-length viewing deck overlooking the plains.
Hop into the open-sided safari vehicles – complete with power points and fridges – and head out on unforgettable twice-daily game drives with Namiri Plains’ outstanding guides. The area surrounding the camp offer perhaps the ultimate big cat viewing experience, inviting you to spot lion, leopard and cheetah as they roam undisturbed, as well as a range of other glorious game and wildlife species. Stop between sightings to enjoy a gourmet picnic amid the plains or finish your afternoon game drive with sundowners overlooking the bush. Meanwhile, walking safaris offer a more intimate bush experience, placing you at eye-level with the wildlife. Photography enthusiasts will love the specialist photographic safari (available at an additional cost) in a vehicle equipped with drop-down sides, 360-degree swivel seats, beanbags and camera rests.
A favourite gathering place for a wealth of wildlife, the camp is surrounded by several natural water sources, making the chances of spotting animals from your tent deck likely. As well as the adrenaline-pumping safari activities, you can meet with a local cheetah researcher to learn more about these endangered big cats and their history in the Eastern Serengeti. What's more, if you visit during November and June, you'll be in with a good chance of spotting the Great Migration of zebra and wildebeest. Thousands of animals make their way to this area to feast on the lush grasses, and Namiri Plains has a front-row seat to the epic natural show.
Tucked behind a grove of acacias, the serene Asilia Spa is the perfect spot to unwind after an exhilarating day on safari. A menu of treatments nod to local traditions, specially designed to enhance the wellbeing of both the body and mind.
Please note that children aged 5 years and above are welcome to stay at Namiri Plains Camp, though there are no specific activities for children. In order to partake in a walking safari, guests must be 16 years old.