The award-winning Sayari camp is based in the north of Serengeti National Park with a prime location to witness thousands of wildebeest crash across the Mara River as part of their Great migration. This is where the world-famous river crossings take place, as huge herds of migrating wildebeest cross into Kenya between July and September before heading back into Tanzania around October. Crossing the Mara River is one of the most dangerous parts of their journey, with crocodiles and hippos in the water and lions and other predators waiting on land. As the Mara River is just a few minutes from camp, guests can see all the action right from our doorstep. Its 20-minutes drive from camp to airstrip: Kogatende.
Sayari camp has 15 bright and spacious suites which have walk-in showers, al fresco tubs and verandas on which you can laze away the afternoon with a book. Sayari’s rim-flow pool is set between natural rock formations for guests to cool off in while watching elephants or zebras ambling past camp. After a dip, treat yourself to a calming massage or a beer at the Serengeti’s first solar-powered microbrewery before an afternoon game drive and sundowners around the campfire.
Facilities & Services:
Sayari camp has 15 tents (including 1 family tent), en-suite bathrooms, hot-water showers and bath, flushing toilets, private decked verandas, swimming pool, suitable for disabled guests – please contact us and in-room lockable box.