Sayari Camp is only a couple of kilometers from the south bank of the famous Mara River in the northern Serengeti. This is a remote area which until recently has been little visited by tourists, due to its distance from the central Serengeti and main centers of communication.
Sayari Camp plays an important role in the long-term conservation of the area: people from villages bordering the Serengeti are employed in the camp, and income from the camp goes towards educating and providing jobs for the villagers.
Sayari has fifteen spacious guest tents set in two camps – the main camp with nine tents and the smaller camp with six tents. They blend perfectly into the majestic landscape. Each tent is beautifully designed with original and traditional cloth and furniture and has a king-size bed, en-suite bathroom, and a private veranda with a comfortable couch. The dining area, lounge area, and the swimming pool blend beautifully with the surroundings.
Sayari Camp’s talented chefs offer guests a fusion of European cuisine with authentic African elements. Sipping sundowners by the campfire, with the vast landscapes of the Serengeti Africa as the backdrop is a phenomenal way to end a days’ game viewing!