David Attenborough would fall in love with this camp! A few elegant safari tents are set in the Serengeti’s plains, close to the where the herds of the Great Migration cross the Mara River. Weary explorers can take a dip in the pool, curl up by the fireplace on cold nights, relax in the lounge or have a cocktail under the starry African sky.
Sayari Camp at night
View the Wildebeest Migration, Sayari Camp
Elegant lounge, Sayari Camp
About Sayari Camp
This seasonal camp in northern Tanzania is located in a remote area with endless views over the Serengeti plains and close to the Mara River. You can watch the massive herds of animals during the migration season or go on game drives to see the big cats who are out hunting or, if you’re lucky, sleeping after a big meal.
Sayari Camp is close to the Serengeti National Park and it’s one of the best places for viewing Africa’s wildlife, going on game drives (in the early morning or late afternoon) and having gourmet picnics in the wild.
Please note: This is a seasonal camp only open from 1 June to 31 March.
Romantic candlelit dinner, Sayari Camp
Serengeti’s breathtaking plains and the Great Migration make it a top destination
Sayari Camp Accommodation
Guests at Sayari Camp in Tanzania can choose from 15 tented suites and 1 honeymoon suite. The tents have luxurious interiors: mahogany floors, subtle tones of sand and stone, and textured furnishings. The beds are king sized (but twin beds are also available) with fine linens and a safari-chic décor that complement the canvas walls. Each bathroom has an egg-shaped bathtub and walk-in shower.
In the cooler morning or evening, you can sit outside on the verandah and enjoy the beautiful views and wildlife that likes to traverse through the camp. There’s also a large daybed as well as table and chairs for private dinners or just for enjoying the sunset.
Lounge at night, Sayari Camp
Lounge on your tent’s verandah, Sayari Camp
Bespoke tent and verandah, egg-shaped bathtub (Sayari Camp)
Sayari Camp Activities
Take a dip in the coolness of the rock pool with your favourite glass of wine
Spend the day at the river to watch the seasonal migration crossing
Go on game drives in the Serengeti National Park in an open-sided 4×4 (each vehicle is fitted with a fridge to keep drinks cool and power points to charge your devices)
Walk through the Serengeti with expert guides (don’t worry, they are armed!)
Enjoy a bush picnics or breakfasts in the middle of the Serengeti
Hot air ballooning is available and an amazing way to see the vast plains of the Serengeti (seasonally and weather dependent)
Cultural visits – go to visit the nearby Merenga village to learn about the Kuria tribe on a day’s trip
See wildlife from the pool at Sayari Camp
Enjoy walking safaris or a massage at Sayari Camp
Cultural visit, Sayari Camp
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