Sayari Camp

 

Location

Built on the preserved grasslands of the Northern Serengeti, Sayari Camp is close to the renowned Lamai Wedge and the mighty Mara River. This prime location creates unrivalled game viewing from multiple angles, irrespective of the time of year.

Accommodation

Built with decadence in mind, the camps high canvas ceilings create masterfully crafted interior spaces. Wooden floors, plush couches, carefully selected chandeliers and décor fuse to create an ambience of exquisite taste that is understated yet evident in each corner. Guests can choose to dine in one of two areas, indoor and outdoor, and allow the afternoons to unravel in the spacious lounge area. The rock pool out on the deck overlooks the Serengeti, where you can see all the way to the horizon. Battery charging stations are available and the camp is suitable for disabled guests, as well. The camp welcomes are children over the age of 5. From this age they can truly appreciate the wildlife and space.

The 15 tented suites include a honeymoon suite, with a little extra romance weaved into its making. Each of these wondrous abodes have a strong sense of tranquillity that emanates from the mahogany floors, soft curtains, four post bed and endless windows looking out onto the deck. Enjoy a candlelit bubble bath, poured for you, as you meditate over the unspoiled grasslands, where animals move freely. The bathrooms have flushing toilets and hot water showers.

Wildlife & Activities

In season, game drives take you to the ideal spots along the Mara River to appreciate the dramatic unfolding of the Great Migration. Here you’ll see the throngs of wildebeest crossing the river, and the predators that are ready to greet them, in the water and on the other bank. Walking safaris allow your feet to tread the ground the animals walk each day, whilst picnics can be set up for any of the day’s three meals. Visits to the local communities and hot air balloon rides complete a full gambit of experiences that will leave you recounting your Serengeti memories for months to come.

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