Kirawira Camp is situated on a hilltop that overlooks the vast plains of the Western Serengeti. The building style and furniture have been styled on the Victorian era and the open-sided architecture of the public areas keeps the guests constantly in touch with nature.
The dining room, lounge and bar are situated in a large tent with raised wood flooring. Accommodation comprises of 25 tents that all have a sweeping view of the Serengeti plains, an en suite bathroom with shower only facilities and a private balcony.
The tents are also equipped with a dressing table and writing table, a wardrobe, shaver outlet and mirror, his and hers bathroom vanities, a small table and chairs on the viewing deck and hammocks on request.
Daily game drives are done on the vast grasslands of the Serengeti where a variety of animals roam, including the big five. Guests visiting Kirawira may even be treated to one of the biggest wildlife spectacles on earth: the annual great migration of millions of wildebeest, zebra and gazelle.
The lodge has built its own game viewing blinds on the banks of the Grumeti River, from which guests can view the great Grumeti crocodiles and other game that visit the river for a drink. The lodge offers walking safaris, bush dining and sundowners. Fishing trips to Lake Victoria and balloon safaris can be arranged at an extra charge.