The camp is stunning, in a great wilderness location and the five star tents with running hot water and glass windows and front doors added to the luxurious experience.
John G 38 yrs, London, UK, Read 41 reviews »
- Exceptional location just 800m from the Mara River
- Luxurious accommodation and incredible wildlife experiences
- Regularly voted one of the top safari escapes on the planet
Facilities includeSwimming pool In-room lockable box Library
- Game Drives
- Hippo Watching
- Cultural Visits
- Walking Safaris
- Bush Breakfasts
- Massage Treatments
- Interpretative Bush Walks
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About Sayari Camp
One of the best-kept secrets in Africa, Sayari Camp is tucked away in a remote region of the northern Serengeti, perfectly positioned to witness the Great Migration crossing the Mara River.
Since 2005 Sayari Camp has offered one of the most remarkable safari experiences in Africa. Set on the unspoilt plains of the northern Serengeti, this award-winning camp is situated close to the famed Lamai Wedge and offers easy access to the Mara River, where the herds brave the treacherous crossing.
The game viewing reaches its peak from July to November, but outside of migration Sayari remains a drawcard as the Serengeti still teems with life: lion, cheetah and larger antelopes on the plains; hippo and crocodile along the Mara River; elephant and rhino in abundance.
Sayari Camp takes its inspiration from the remarkable landscapes that surround it. Spacious beds, fine linens, en-suite bathrooms and private verandas enhance the indulgent feel of the camp. Wherever you look, Serengeti views wash in.
Sayari Camp is regarded by many as the finest safari camp in East Africa due to a combination of superb location, elegant design, 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.
It lies on the unspoiled plains of the northern Serengeti, just across the border from Kenya’s Maasai Mara, and a stone’s throw from the famed Mara River that the migratory herds must cross to reach the grasslands of the south.
How to get there
We will assist you with all necessary internal transfers after booking.
There are a number of flights from Arusha, and most of the bush airstrips, to Kogatende (15 minutes away) on a daily basis.
Most domestic airlines service the airstrip with some even offering 2 flights per day in high season.
The transfer from Kogatende Airstrip to Sayari Camp takes roughly 20 minutes, depending on what is seen along the way.
NB. All prices and times are subject to change.
When to go
Sayari camp is closed in April and May.
1st July-31st October
6th January-31st March
1st November-19th December
Sayari Camp is suitable for disabled guests - please enquire for more information.
Rates do not include the use of a private vehicle. Private vehicles with driver/guide can be enquired for (min. 2 days)
Travelling with children
Children aged 5 and above are welcome
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