Sayari Camp

Sayari Camp: Information from the owner

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Type Safari Lodge
No. of rooms 15
Last updated 3-Sep-2015

Main description of Sayari Camp

Sayari Camp: Facilities

Property facilities 24-hour Security
Room facilities Balcony / Deck, Dressing Gowns, En-Suite, Fan, Internet, Safe, Shower, Verandah, Complementary Wi-Fi, Hair Dryer, Pure Cotton Linen
Available services Credit Card, Laundry Service
Activities on site (some activities may be seasonal) Big 5, Bird Watching, Fine Dining, Game Drives, Game Viewing, Game Walks, Massages, Safaris, Walks, Cultural Tours, Hot-air Ballooning

Room types at Sayari Camp

Double Room

Sayari Camp has 15 luxury tents raised on wooden platforms offer a spacious and extremely comfortable stay. The tents at Sayari Camp have the option of being twins and doubles. With two triples available on request. Each tent has a king sized bed, and en-suite bathroom including a flushing toilet, indoor shower with 30cm shower rose, double stone hand basins, as well as a free standing bath. Unique tents offer panoramic views over the Serengeti through glass sliding doors and windows. Guests can enjoy the tranquility of the bush while relaxing on their private wooden deck where a large sofa / day bed and table and chairs are situated.

Honeymoon Tent

Sayari Camp has a honeymoon tent which offers guests a luxurious, and comfortable stay in the bush. The tent has been designed to provide luxury and comfort, with king sized bed, en-suite bathroom including a flushing toilet, indoor shower with 30cm shower rose, double stone hand basins, as well as a free standing bath, found both indoors and outdoors. Guests can also enjoy the tranquility of the bush while relaxing on their private wooden deck where a large sofa / day bed and table and chairs are situated.

Activities at Sayari Camp

Bush Breakfasts & Picnics

Bush Breakfasts & Picnics

For those keen to get in some early game viewing or maximize their time watching game our camp chef can prepare a delicious packed breakfast or lunch.

Cultural Visits

Cultural Visits

The culture of the natural guardians of this land is both complex and fascinating. There are few that would deny they are one of the best-known tribes in Africa and it is with good reason that does not purely stem from the game rich plains they roam. The concept of encouraging our guests to experience this wilderness and its people on their own terms very much extends to exploring the world beyond the animals and the scenery. Time spent with your guide and his community is often the most rewarding aspect of a visit to this world and we believe it is the best way to take as much or as little from their culture as you would like.

We visit only villages, communities and trading centers that are part of our team’s home life. The results are that you are well received and made to feel very welcome as you explore this extraordinary culture and they get to know a little about you.

In 2009 the judges of the prestigious Responsible Tourism Awards recognised the on-going achievements in this complex arena. We welcome all our visitors to explore our work and to get involved as much as possible with our vision of protecting and enhancing this very ancient and magical people.

Game Drives

Game Drives

Wildlife viewing and bird watching game drives within the Northern Serengeti are offered twice per day. Experienced guides encourage guests to see and experience the Serengeti through their eyes, sharing a world of small and large wonders that only they truly know and understand.

Interpretative Bush Walks

Interpretative Bush Walks

In between morning and afternoon game drives explore the sights, smells and sounds of the African bush on a leisurely 1-2 hour walk in the surrounds of the Camp, accompanied by an armed guide and tracker.

Walking Safari

Walking Safari

Walking is the most intimate way to experience the bush. The pace is easy, your eye-level is that of the wildlife and your senses are more acutely aware of the sights, smells and sounds, from the small things close at hand to the giants at a distance.