Wildlife, culture & relaxation

Overlooking a rocky gorge on the Arugusinyai River in the Southern Serengeti, Mwiba Lodge is set in between boulders and ancient trees on 129,530 acres of private land rich with stunning vegetation, wildlife and 33 freshwater springs. Stay in luxury accommodation while experiencing and appreciating the impressive wildlife and landscapes that surround Mwiba. 

Guests have the opportunity to interact with the Hadzabe, Datoga, Maasai and Sukuma tribes, experience the Great Migration, observe the legendary leopards of Mwiba and observe the annual wildebeest calving season between January and March. Enjoy unlimited day and night drives and bush walks, while day safaris to Ndutu or the Southern Serengeti are also on offer. In between activities, relish picnics on the tree platform and stunning sundowners. 

The Tented Suites are all impeccably decorated with hardwood decks looking out onto the river and surrounding landscape. All rooms have fans, mosquito nets, indoor and outdoor showers and minibars. Keep fit in the workout room, indulge in spa treatments and spend time in the infinity pool overlooking three springs that welcome frequent wildlife visitors.


  • On 129,530 acres of private land, home to amazing wildlife, vegetation and 33 freshwater springs 
  • Overlooking the Arugusinyai River and with spectacular views 
  • In-house chef and amazing outdoor dining 
  • Legendary Mwiba leopards 
  • Fantastic place to watch the Great Migration 


Mwiba Wildlife Reserve

Serengeti National Park

Popular Facilities

  • Laundry Service Available
  • Swimming Pool
  • Restaurant
  • Internet Access
  • Bar
  • Gym
  • Library
  • 24 Hour Security
  • Secure Parking
  • Private Vehicle Available
  • Mobile Connectivity

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From $1526 per person per night
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