Set close to the banks of the Mara River, and boasting dramatic views out across the wide plains of the northern Serengeti, Sayari Camp offers an exclusive window and unparalleled access to the greatest migration on the planet. And it does it all in remarkable luxury, with 15 tasteful hillside suites to retire to after a day of safari adventure. Intimate, stylish and elegant, it’s no surprise that this luxury Serengeti lodge is regularly voted one of the top safari escapes on the planet. Sayari Camp allows the travellers to access one of the most dramatic and under-explored corners of the northern Serengeti. This is the Africa you’ve always dreamed of. This property was named one of National Geographic’s Most Unique Lodges in the World.
The remote and starkly beautiful landscape forms the inspiration for Sayari, with the turret-shaped roofs on each of the 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.
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At the main camp a peaceful lounge and romantic dining room opens up onto a generous deck where natural rock frames the rim-flow pool overlooking game-rich plains and the distant Mara River. Sayari Camp's talented cook offers guests a fusion of European cuisine with authentic African elements. With such superb luxury in the world’s premier wilderness reserve, no one could blame you for spending your entire safari in camp.
The camp's naturalist guides offer a wealth of knowledge on the wonderful surrounding land and its inhabitants. The remote, vast lands of the northern Serengeti offer undisturbed wildlife viewing that stuns even the most experienced Africa travelers. Spectacular Mara River crossings, off-road driving and endless landscapes overflowing with animals, and no humans to be seen, are some of the specialties of this remote and wild paradise. A bush breakfast observing thousands of migrating wildebeest and zebra is a majestic and most memorable experience. Reading, dreaming, drawing, painting, writing and simply contemplating are just some of the activities that Sayari Camp invites you to partake in when in camp. Life just might appear in a different light when you return home after a stay in this enchanted area.