What we love about Sayari Camp
It's a great place to unwind - After a day of exploration, take a dip in the rim-flow pool nestled between natural rock formations whilst watching zebras and elephants pass by.
It's well awarded - Often voted as a top safari escape, Sayari Camp offers a top-of-the-line guiding experience through the wilderness that surrounds it.
There's a range of anemities to enjoy - Sayari Camp boasts a plush library with a cultural focus, a relaxing spa with an array of treatments, and a microbrewery - the first of its kind in the bush.
Sayari Camp is comprised of 15 luxurious tented suites, spacious and bright rooms fitted with mahogany floors and your choice of king-size or twin beds for a good nights rest.
The suites are all en-suite and have hot showers, baths, and a flushing toilet.
Also available to you are a swimming pool, complimentary laundry services, and your own private veranda to relax on after a long day of safari adventures.
Activities at Sayari Camp
There is an abundance of activities to enjoy at Sayari Camp, and the friendly staff will be more than happy to help organise these for you.
Some of our favourites include:
- Game drives led by local expert guides
- Hot air balloon safaris for a brand new point of view of the Serengeti
- Various safari itineraries with a bounty of photo opportunities for photographers of all skill levels
- Walking safaris and local community visits
Things to Do
The Serengeti is excellent all year round, with great wildlife-viewing opportunities during both the dry and wet seasons.
Most travellers arrive in July and August for the wildebeest migration herds in the northern Serengeti that can be seen until October.
With relatively dry conditions and less crowds, January, February, September and October are great months to travel.