Sayari Camp

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Details of Sayari Camp

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Sayari, with the turret-shaped roofs on each of the 15 expansive tented suites mirroring the iconic Turner Hill to the north. Indoors, rich mahogany floors and delicate tones of sand, stone and acacia reflect the views washing in through the floor-to-ceiling windows.

En-suite bathrooms, with spacious showers and egg-shaped baths large enough for two, offer similarly impressive Serengeti views. Fine linens and safari-chic décor offset the wilderness that lies just beyond the canvas walls, with king-size beds and private verandas to complete the world-class experience.

CAMP AMENITIES

  • Number of suites: 15 (6 + 9)
  • Children: above 6 years
  • Triples: 3
  • Suitable for disabled guests: please
  • Distance between tents: 20-25 meters
  • En suite bathrooms
  • Flush toilets
  • In-room lockable box
  • Laundry service
  • Power: solar and generator
  • Battery charging facilities

ACTIVITES

  • Walking safaris
  • Off-road driving
  • Bush breakfasts, - picnics & - dinners
  • Cultural visits

CLOSEST AIRSTRIP
Kogatende: 15 minutes from the camp

Short Overview

Norhern Serengeti is one of the prime game-viewing areas in East Africa, with Sayari Camp offering undisturbed views towards the Mara River as well as the famed Lamai Wedge where the herds gather at the start of the migration. As the migration begins, hundreds of thousands of wildebeest brave the crocodile-infested waters of the Mara River to reach safety; a dramatic game-viewing experience that is all but on the doorstep of Sayari Camp. Location: Northern Serengeti

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