Mwiba Tented Camp
Serengeti National Park
About Mwiba Tented Camp
Mwiba Tented Camp is a luxury safari camp, situated in the large Maswa Game Reserve. The camp enjoys a prime setting overlooking Serengeti plains, allows guest the opportunity to view a variety of animals as they migrate through the reserve. The camps offers all inclusive accommodation including meals, most drinks and guided game walks.
This traditional tented camp is set under a canopy of flat topper acasia trees, and is short distance from the more luxurious Mwiba Lodge. The tented camp is completely private and has its own facilities staff and activities. Only 15 min away is the Makao airstrip where guests will be collected.
The camp has only six tents, offering a more private experience. Each tent sleep up to three people and has a private en-suite bathroom. 220V and 110V power is provided. A strip plug charging station is available in each tent. 3G is available at this camp.
Guest visiting the camp can enjoy unlimited game drives during the day and at night, and bush walks with a professional game scout. A bush breakfast and lunch and sundowners can be arranged.
Conservation fee is US$100 per person per night. The rates are full board; including house wines, beers, local spirits, water, juice and soft drinks. This included: Bush walks with a professional government game scout, transfers between camps and the nearest airstrip and a light laundry service.
Mwiba Tented Camp Map
*Distances are shown as the crow flies and not necessarily the actual travelling
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