Sayari Camp is regarded by many as the finest safari camp in East Africa due to a combination of superb location, elegant de- sign, excellent facilities and a truly intimate atmosphere. Almost every feature of Sayari Camp overlooks the untouched landscape of the Serengeti – the spacious tents, the huge beds, the large verandas, the swimming pool and even the baths. The line that separates this unique camp from the Serengeti outside is hard to distinguish. The camp itself is a wonderful place to spend time. Even the most enthusiastic safari-goers might end up taking a day off from busy game drive schedules to simply read or relax by the poolside, absorbing the marvelous vista in front of the camp.
15 Spacious tents (including 1 Honeymoon Suite) with huge beds, romantic bathrooms and large verandas create the prefect environment for a relaxing yet private and exclusive experience.
The vast plains and woodlands around the river allow for undisturbed game viewing all year around. Exceptional guides ensure close encounters with the migratory wildebeest and zebra and the staggering numbers of big cats, crocodile, elephant, giraffe and plains game all thriving in this magical Serengeti landscape.
In addition to game drives led by expert guides, Sayari Camp offers the rare opportunity to experience the Serengeti on foot – for an unmatched sense of freedom and an exhilarating connection to the sights and sounds of the bush surrounding you.
Enjoy a bush breakfast at the river’s edge, waiting for the wildebeest to cross as the sun rises over the Serengeti – experience a morning you will always remember. As the day goes on, lose yourself in the rolling plains that stretch into Kenya or follow the Mara River in search of hippos and some of the world’s largest crocodiles.
Sayari Camp is renowned for its exceptional safari experiences.
Set on the unspoiled plains of the northern Serengeti, this premium quality,
award-winning camp is situated near the famous Lamai Wedge migration route
and several migration crossing points along the Mara River.
Sightings of crossings are frequent and spectacular.