Mbuzi Mawe is nestled in a shady glade - known as ‘the place of the klipspringer' (mbuzi mawe) - right in the epicentre of the Serengeti National Park.
The camp - located amongst three million year-old granite towers - is a luxury tented camp cleverly constructed on one of the main annual migration corridors for over one million wildebeest, half a million zebras and gazelles and their accompanying cast of predators.
The sixteen large custom-made canvas tents are widely spaced throughout the rocky glades of the camp.
Reached by winding stone paths each tent stands on a stone platform and has its own thatched roof. Opening off the spacious bedroom is a tented bathroom with twin basins, shower and flushed WC.
The main bedroom area features two queen-sized four-poster beds, each swathed in mosquito nets.
Inside each tent there is a seating area with stylish lamps and easy chairs. Outside on the spacious private terrace are both safari chairs and sun loungers.
The central tented lounge houses a stylish bar and a selection of wildwood seating. The dining room is presented in classic tented style with a panoramic terrace looking out over the plains. The camp also offers a circular barbeque and campfire area.
Mbuzi Mawe is very child friendly and offers a wide range of family-friendly accommodation options; children's dining; baby-sitting, and plenty of adventure, sports and educational entertainment for children of all ages.
The camp can arrange for adjacent tents to accommodate families, cots and baby-sitting services can be provided and slightly earlier childrens meals. There is a selection of board games, guided nature walks, bird-spotting, game drives and nightly educational talks.
- Bush Weddings
- Game Drives
- Hot air balloon safaris
- Massage services
- Nature Walks
- Hiking the KopjeBoard games
- Acrobatic and Traditional dances