Location: Namiri Plains is located in the remote eastern corner of the Serengeti, about an hour and half drive from Seronera airstrip. This is big-cat territory, where cheetahs roam the area in pursuit of prey, and lion and leopard hunt undisturbed.  According to the camp owners (Asilia Africa), this area was closed for 20 years to create a safe haven for cheetah and opened in July 2014.

Accommodation: Namiri Plains comprises of eight large tents including a family tent and a honeymoon tent, all pitched in the shade of giant acacias, with 360° views of wildlife crossing the surrounding plains and the river area. Each guest tent is furnished with a comfortable king size bed, and has en-suite bathroom with flush toilet and hot running water in both the indoor and outdoor showers. Children aged above 5 are allowed.

Facilities & Services: Dining is in the spacious mess tent or under a glittering canopy of stars. There is also a well-stocked bar.  Electricity is provided by solar and generator power. Other facilities include battery charging outlets, in-room lockable box and laundry service. Walking safari, bush breakfasts, picnics, and dinners are offered at the camp. Hot-air balloon safaris can also be arranged.