Nimali Mara sits on a small rise, tucked between boulders and a dappled forest, in the remote parts of Northern Serengeti. This intimate, permanent tented camp is ideally positioned to catch the best of the Serengeti action along the Mara River, yet delightfully tucked away from the throngs of visitors.
The camp's architecture seamlessly combines Bedouin-style canvas roofs with solid frames, achieving a sleek and modern design that subtly integrates with the surrounding landscape. The central area is enveloped by retractable glass walls, opening onto a spacious deck that extends to breathtaking vistas. Inside, the well-appointed lounge boasts intimate seating areas, while the dining space effortlessly incorporates indigenous timber into its contemporary aesthetic. As night falls, the outdoor fire pit becomes the focal point, where lively conversations unfold under a canopy of twinkling stars.
Scattered across the hillside, ten secluded tents are strategically positioned to capture sweeping views. Enclosed on all sides by glass, the tents showcase the camp's most striking feature—the panoramic scenery. Enjoy the expansive vistas from the daybed on the front deck, which features a sunken lounge and fire pit. The interior exudes luxury, offering four-poster king-sized beds and an opulent en-suite bathroom equipped with a walk-in shower and a deep copper bathtub positioned beside a window for a truly indulgent experience.
The Serengeti, situated in northern Tanzania, is a vast expanse of breathtaking wilderness characterized by expansive savannas, rocky outcrops, and valleys carved by winding rivers. The name "Serengeti" itself originates from the Masai language, with "siringet" translating to "endless plains." Renowned for the annual Great Migration, where hundreds of thousands of wildebeest and zebra embark on a perilous journey, it's a prime location to witness these animals crossing the crocodile-infested Mara River in a heart-stopping spectacle.