Lodge Of The Month (June 2018): Namiri Plains Camp

05 June 2018
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Namiri Plains Camp, set in a surprisingly remote and remarkable location out on the long-grass plains of Serengeti Central, Namiri Plains Camp is a high specification mobile tented camp which offers arguably the ultimate Serengeti experience. The camp is centred on a simple tented mess, leading out to a shady dining and campfire area. Guest accommodation is a six lovely tented rooms with indoor bathroom and impressive outdoor showers. ​


The Namiri Plains is a must to any cheetah enthusiast. The cheetah numbers in the area are vast and there’s plenty of everything else too. The migration passes through the Namiri Plains from November to June and unleashes spectacular predator sightings during December and January as the resident big cats feast on the passing herds of the wildebeest and zebra.

Game Drives

Enjoy twice daily game drives from Namiri Plains Camp with the knowledgeable guides. Study and photograph the big cats of the area at your leisure, and absorb the astonishing sigh of massive herds of wildebeest appearing to take over the plains. Depending on your preferences, you can choose between a seven-seater open-sides vehicle (with canvas roof) or a five-seater closed vehicle (with pop-up roof). All vehicles have power points where you can recharge your devices and are fitted with fridges to keep your drinks perfectly chilled.

Walking Safari

Walking is the most intimate way to experience the bush. Heighten your senses to the sights, sounds and smells of the bush on a walking safari from Namiri Plains. This is one if the most intimate ways to experience the bush - the pace is easy and the memories will stay with you forever.


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