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Namiri Plains Camp Serengeti Tanzania

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Namiri Plains Camp Serengeti Tanzania

Namiri Plains Camp Serengeti Tanzania – Namiri Plains is a luxury simple and exclusive camp situated on the eastern border of the Serengeti, approximately an hour and a half drive from the central Seronera region.

Namiri Plains Camp is the perfect place to see the wild predators of the Serengeti. The area (sat on the eastern border of the Serengeti) was previously a cheetah conservation and today, not only is it regarded as one of the most densely populated cheetah regions in East Africa but the other predators are often seen on game drives too.

The region is also good for big cats because the area was previously used for cheetah conservation. On top of that, during November and December, it is possible to see the wildebeest migration as they make their way down from the Masai Mara in Kenya to the southern plains of the Serengeti.

Namiri Plains is a small and intimate tented camp, with eight canvassed suites and beautifully designed mess tents. The camp is in an exclusive area, with grassy plains and iconic acacia trees as far as you can see. The camp is one of the most isolated and secluded camps in the central Serengeti region.

Namiri Plains Camp is very private, their views spectacular. Each consists of a double bed, veranda, bathroom, and seating. The bed is beautiful, large, and very comfortable, the furnishings were well chosen, the brass paneled divide the only properly decorative piece of furniture. Additionally, Wi-Fi is accessible across the camp.  All in all, a wonderfully simple stay.

The lounge area has elegant sofas and soft lighting to immediately relax you at the end of an exciting day and your meals are served in the comfortable dining tent, after, of course, a drink or two around the fire with your fellow campmates.

The eight suites are carefully designed with comfort and elegance in mind. They each have king-sized beds, en-suite bathrooms with flushing toilets, and hot running water and if you can’t get enough of Africa’s starlit sky, then the outdoor shower is definitely one to try. There is also a family tent that is divided by a canvas partition, connecting two twin beds and a double room.

Namiri Plains has an expansive lounge and dining area. With a multitude of comfy seating options, an inviting bar, and a large deck, this area is a lovely spot to drink, dine and enjoy the views – frequently featuring lions, buffalo, giraffe, and other wildlife.

The camp also has a swimming pool and outdoor lounge area. It’s possible to spot wildlife from the pool itself, although the chilly temperature would be described as ‘refreshing’ at best. Schedule a massage in the spa or feed your mind in the library and information center, or simply chill out and soak up the views from your own private deck.

Activities available at Namiri Plains Camp include;  Game drives, walking safaris, Photographic safaris, Visit the spa, and hot air balloon rides.  There is also an opportunity to see the cheetah research project, where you will learn all about the endangered big cats.

While exploring the grasslands close to Namiri Plains, you might be fortunate enough to come face to face with one of our most beautiful and unique wildcats – Manja, the melanistic serval. He is quite the celebrity in the Serengeti and has been featured globally by the likes of BBC Earth and The Discovery Channel. 

Namiri Plains Camp Serengeti Tanzania Accommodation Rates

Namiri Plains Camp Serengeti Tanzania Accommodation Rates Per Night Include;

Full-board accommodation + House drinks +Limited laundry service + Game drives + Guided walks + Transfers to/from nearest airstrip

Dates From

Dates To Per Person Sharing

Double Room
(2 Guests Sharing)

6th Jan 2022

28th Feb 2022 1,160 US Dollars 2,320 US Dollars
1st Mar 2022 31st Mar 2022 925 US Dollars

1,850 US Dollars

1st Apr 2022

31st May 2022 515 US Dollars 1,030 US Dollars
1st Jun 2022 30th Jun 2022 1,270 US Dollars

2,540 US Dollars

1st Jul 2022

31st Oct 2022 1,370 US Dollars 2,740 US Dollars
1st Nov  2022 19th Dec 2022 925 US Dollars

1,850 US Dollars

20th Dec 2022

5th Jan 2023 1,370 US Dollars 2,740 US Dollars
6th Jan 2023 28th Feb  2023 1,270 US Dollars

2,540 US Dollars

1st Mar 2023

15th May 2023 925 US Dollars 1,850 US Dollars
16th May 2023 31st May 2023 515 US Dollars

1,030 US Dollars


* Child 13 years and older full adult rate
* Namiri Plains camp is open year-round

* Child 6-12 sharing with adults 50 % of adult rate
* Children aged below 5 years are not allowed in the camp

* Children below 12 should always share a room with an adult

Non-Resident Accommodation Rates Per Night Excludes;

Photographic safaris
Hot-air balloon rides 
Flights & airport taxes
Items of personal nature
Park fees and Conservation Charge
Additional lunch (picnic or in the house)
Transfers other than to/ from nearest airstrip
Flying doctors/ medical evacuation insurance
Rates do not include the use of a private vehicle

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