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This is Really the Safari Adventure you Dreamed of...

The camp itself is really nice. Only 6 tents, spaced out quite nicely. We stayed in the family tent and it was very spacious and has an extra "room" on the side for another bedroom. Showers are bucket showers and we had no problem with them. Flushing toilets, comfortable beds, a strong flashlight and radio provided (to call for anything including the bucket showers or escorts for night walking). All meals were excellent and served at a common table with the other guests. We really liked this feature as it provides a good opportunity to get to know the other guests and talk about the days sightings. How these guys come up with such good food at a camp is surprising but very much enjoyed.

If you want to enjoy a fantastic safari with no crowds, a lot of cats and a great camp: go to Namiri and go now while the area is still untouched and wide open. A special thanks to Blessed, Epimark, Patena and Emmanuel for making our experience in the Serengeti a most memorable adventure."
Mike Mackow (US) | Stayed in July, 2014 at Namiri Plains

First Impressions

We were the very first paying guests at Namiri Plains, which at the time had only two tents and is in an area not open to tourists for 20 years in the Eastern corridor of the Serengeti. There were very few teething problems and the staff could not have been more helpful, pleasant or polite.

The accommodation is spacious and the food was good, but for us, after a lot of safaris, the key question is game viewing. There are no guarantees on what you will see on safaris and some drives were quieter than others if you wanted to see cats or elephants, but we saw three species (serval, aardwolf and pangolin!!) which we'd never seen before, over 20 lions and 4 cheetah in 4 days. The best thing about the camp is the solitude (with only 6 tents there will never be many vehicles and on every stop there was only one other vehicle at most). Compare that to the Seronera area where we saw 40 vehicles on one sighting. That does mean you have to find your own sightings but the guide and spotter worked very hard to achieve this and, for us, that adds to the fun. With the number of cats we understand are in the area, when the migration goes through there it will be incredible."
JandJ90 (UK) | Stayed in July, 2014 at Namiri Plains

Best Place In Africa To View Migration

If there's one place still left in Africa to authentically experience this extraordinary cycle and feel like you are the first person in the world to come across it, then go to Namiri."
Alan Earnshaw (KE) | Stayed in June, 2014 at Namiri Plains

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