ULTIMATE LUXURY IN THE SOUTHERN SERENGETI
Mwiba, a secluded, sophisticated haven set among massive stone boulders, ancient coral trees and acacias, overlooking a rocky gorge on the Arugusinyai River, is the latest addition to the Legendary Expeditions portfolio. Set in harmony with this idyllic natural backdrop, Mwiba offers an unmatched experience in luxury adventure. This exclusive destination mixes both traditional and modern design elements, creating an inviting, sophisticated hideaway.
The interiors artfully integrate the natural surroundings with layer upon layer of textured creams paired with suede, tans and accents of chocolate and charcoal. From the linen dressed slope-armed sofas to ornately carved wooden leg tables and cascading lighting, the eight double suites all give way to a wide-open layout where each room flows to another. The bathroom brings the outdoors inside with traditional canvas walls accented with copper fixtures, large soaking tubs with private outside showers, all with transporting views from hardwood plank decks.
The grey slate-lined infinity-edge pool overlooks three springs where guests can enjoy the sights and sounds of a constant parade of wildlife. Vast and privately controlled, this exquisite 134,000 acre wildlife reserve is vibrantly lush with color-infused botanicals, 33 freshwater springs and a diverse array of wildlife. Game drives, bush walks and cultural excursions to the local tribe’s village are just a few of the magical experiences that begin at the Mwiba, where a world of adventure awaits.
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Up close and personal observation of the leopards of Mwiba, witnessing the annual wildebeest calving season from January to March, walking with Mwiba scouts exploring the bush, seeking new adventures or enjoying spectacular sundowners are all part of a day on safari at Mwiba Lodge
Sustainability and charity
The Friedkin Conservation Fund (FCF) was established in 1994 to conserve more than 6.1 Million acres of Tanzania’s protected areas, including its wildlife, wilderness and the local stakeholders of these natural resources.