Sayari, Serengeti National Park, Tanzania
Sayari is a wonderful camp perfectly positioned to see the migration as it passes up through the Serengeti into Kenya. The camp itself consists of 15 luxury safari tents with comfortable king size bed (twins also possible) and a large, private veranda, overlooking the Serengeti with the Masai Mara in the distance.
The en suite bathrooms have flush toilets, a double sink, a shower and beautiful stone bath. After game drives, guests can relax by the camp's infinity pool or choose the privacy of their veranda, the warmth of the fire place, or the comfort of the library, bar or lounge. Sayari has two "wings", one with nine tents and one with six tents. Both wings have separate mess and dining areas to ensure intimacy and personal service; the entire camp or wings of the camp can be booked exclusively.
Activities available from Sayari include (open vehicle) game driving and bird watching, picnics, watching nature and wildlife from camp. Massage treatments are also usually available, payable locally. Walking is also an option from Sayari at a cost of $50 per person, per walk and can be booked and paid for directly at the camp.
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