Mbuzi Mawe Tented Camp (mbuzi mawe is literally Swahili for "rock goat" otherwise known as klipspringer, which in turn is Afrikaans for "rock jumper") is set amid the bush and rocky outcrops of the central Serengeti. It belongs to the large Serena group of hotel-style lodges, owned by the Aga Khan Fund for Economic Development, and is one of the group's smaller and more intimate properties.
Our view of Mbuzi Mawe
Mbuze Mawe is well located for exploring the central Serengeti it you're transiting between the north and south of the park. It is also has a spectacular physical location, with its views and giant boulders and outcrops. Although run by a hotel chain, it’s small enough to have a much friendlier and personal feel than many of the Serengeti’s larger camps, however it's fair to say that the camp itself is a relatively modest set-up.
Rooms at Mbuzi Mawe
Mbuzi Mawe Tented Camp is shaded by acacia woodlands, beside a kopje in the Serengeti.