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Sarara: picture gallery


Nestled between rocks and rolling hills, Sarara makes great use of its natural surroundings.
The views from the front of the lodge, across a vast wilderness, are mesmerising.
Whilst the natural rock pool invites you to take a dip.
Behind the pool is the main lounge and dining area.
... furnished with several cosy sofas ...
... and interesting objects ...
... where you might find the odd stray visitor - like this adopted kudu.
Breakfast and lunch is often served as a buffet, with a variety of fresh and tasty items.
Though meals or sundowners are also taken alfresco too.
Sarara has a lovely shop stocked with goods crafted locally, and from Nairobi.
Each of the rooms has a small veranda looking out over the bush...
... to the mountains beyond.
Each room is a tent that hangs beneath a thatch roof - helping to keep them cool.
Inside the rooms are comfortable and well appointed, with a double or twin beds.
Behind the beds is a place to hang your clothes, ...
... a sink and a flush toilet.
Though you might prefer the outside toilet...
...and sink with a view.
The shower is also located outside.
In front of the pool is a fantastic waterhole, where elephants come daily...
...and from the hide you get a really close view.
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Nestled between rocks and rolling hills, Sarara makes great use of its natural surroundings.
Nestled between rocks and rolling hills, Sarara makes great use of its natural surroundings.
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The views from the front of the lodge, across a vast wilderness, are mesmerising.
The views from the front of the lodge, across a vast wilderness, are mesmerising.
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Whilst the natural rock pool invites you to take a dip.
Whilst the natural rock pool invites you to take a dip.
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Behind the pool is the main lounge and dining area.
Behind the pool is the main lounge and dining area.
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... furnished with several cosy sofas ...
... furnished with several cosy sofas ...
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... and interesting objects ...
... and interesting objects ...
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... where you might find the odd stray visitor - like this adopted kudu.
... where you might find the odd stray visitor - like this adopted kudu.
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Breakfast and lunch is often served as a buffet, with a variety of fresh and tasty items.
Breakfast and lunch is often served as a buffet, with a variety of fresh and tasty items.
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Though meals or sundowners are also taken alfresco too.
Though meals or sundowners are also taken alfresco too.
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Sarara has a lovely shop stocked with goods crafted locally, and from Nairobi.
Sarara has a lovely shop stocked with goods crafted locally, and from Nairobi.
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Each of the rooms has a small veranda looking out over the bush...
Each of the rooms has a small veranda looking out over the bush...
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... to the mountains beyond.
... to the mountains beyond.
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Each room is a tent that hangs beneath a thatch roof - helping to keep them cool.
Each room is a tent that hangs beneath a thatch roof - helping to keep them cool.
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Inside the rooms are comfortable and well appointed, with a double or twin beds.
Inside the rooms are comfortable and well appointed, with a double or twin beds.
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Behind the beds is a place to hang your clothes, ...
Behind the beds is a place to hang your clothes, ...
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... a sink and a flush toilet.
... a sink and a flush toilet.
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Though you might prefer the outside toilet...
Though you might prefer the outside toilet...
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...and sink with a view.
...and sink with a view.
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The shower is also located outside.
The shower is also located outside.
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In front of the pool is a fantastic waterhole, where elephants come daily...
In front of the pool is a fantastic waterhole, where elephants come daily...
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...and from the hide you get a really close view.
...and from the hide you get a really close view.
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