Stay in Asilia’s new and im­proved Namiri Plains and ex­pe­ri­ence the Serengeti Na­tional Park in lux­ury

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THIS YEAR, SA­FARI ex­pert Asilia will re­launch one of its most beloved camps, Namiri Plains. Tucked away in the re­mote eastern re­gion of Tan­za­nia’s Serengeti Na­tional Park, the camp is a prime wildlife-watch­ing spot. The new Namiri Plains fea­tures up­graded ac­com­mo­da­tion while still re­tain­ing its warm, wel­com­ing at­mos­phere and ex­cel­lent guid­ing. The re­fur­bished rooms are sur­rounded by peace­ful grass­lands that seem to stretch on for­ever, and you can make the most of those views from the full-length slid­ing doors, which look out onto a sea­sonal riverbed fre­quented by the lo­cal fauna. There’s also a tran­quil deck area to en­joy the sun­set from. The camp’s strik­ing dé­cor is in­spired by the re­gion’s land­scapes, with white-grey cal­crete rock walls (which help reg­u­late the tem­per­a­ture of the suites). There’s also a state-of-the-art spa and a pool, so you can re­lax or go for a re­fresh­ing dip after a day of track­ing wildlife.


An on-site In­for­ma­tion Cen­tre of­fers in­sights into the nat­u­ral his­tory and wildlife of the breath­tak­ing Serengeti re­gion. The area is known for its im­pres­sive pop­u­la­tion of big cats, and lion and chee­tah of­ten roam the short grass­lands fring­ing the camp. Whether it’s en­joy­ing the new camp’s lav­ish fa­cil­i­ties or ex­plor­ing its wild sur­round­ings, Namiri Plains of­fers vis­i­tors an all-round un­for­get­table ex­pe­ri­ence.

Ren­dered im­ages of how Namiri Plains will look. Open­ing late 2019.

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