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Kenya

Sarara Camp

PLAN MY TRIP

Set in the Northern frontier of Kenya, Sarara Camp is a luxury safari camp overlooking the picturesque Mathews Range.

Accommodations at the camp consist of six elegant tents perfectly positioned for viewing the stunning mountain range and busy waterhole. Each spacious and high-ceilinged tent comes with a large, comfortable bed, plenty of cupboard space, and electric lighting. The en suite bathrooms feature a sink and flush toilet as well as a romantic outdoor shower. In addition to which, each tent enjoys its own private terrace with table and chairs set up for taking in the spectacular scenery or relaxing with a morning cup of coffee. For families of groups, Loimugie House has two en suite bedrooms with a shared sitting and dining area.

The camp is located in the lands of the Namunyak Wildlife Conversation Trust which encompasses approximately 850,000 acres of land around the southern corner of the fabled Mathews Mountain Range of northern Kenya. The area is home to the proud Samburu tribes people, a group of semi-nomadic pastoralists who co-exists peacefully with the native wildlife living alongside their cattle. The Namunyak Trust has successfully culled poaching of ivory in the area and there are now several thousand elephants living here. Other wildlife found in the trust includes buffalo, lion, leopard, cheetah, African wild dog, greater and lesser kudu, gerenuk, reticulated giraffe, impala, and dik dik. The more unusual animal sightings include striped hyena, aardwolf, civet cat, African wild cat, greater kudu, grevy zebra, and cheetah.

Daily game drives are conducted by expert guides in 4×4 vehicles and specialize in spotting the elusive leopard. Night drives discover the nocturnal antics of several animals. The naturalist guides at the camp lead nature walks for a closer look at the smaller plants and animals in the region. For a unique perspective, horseback safaris explore the trust on the back of well-trained bush ponies. The more adventurous can try a hike up the 8,000 feet-high Ol Donyo Mountains. For those guests seeking more culture, there are trips to the local Samburu homesteads to learn about their daily life and rich culture. Other popular activities include scenic flights, fly camping, bird watching, bush dinners, and beading with the Samburu people.

The main mess tent includes a dining area and lounge. While tea, coffee, and juice are delivered to each guest’s room, a full English breakfast is enjoyed communally in the mess tent. A buffet lunch and afternoon tea might be set up on the terrace overlooking the refreshing pool. The pool itself overlook a busy waterhole where elephants, warthogs, and impalas come to drink.

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Kenya

Sarara Camp

PLAN MY TRIP

Set in the Northern frontier of Kenya, Sarara Camp is a luxury safari camp overlooking the picturesque Mathews Range.

Accommodations at the camp consist of six elegant tents perfectly positioned for viewing the stunning mountain range and busy waterhole. Each spacious and high-ceilinged tent comes with a large, comfortable bed, plenty of cupboard space, and electric lighting. The en suite bathrooms feature a sink and flush toilet as well as a romantic outdoor shower. In addition to which, each tent enjoys its own private terrace with table and chairs set up for taking in the spectacular scenery or relaxing with a morning cup of coffee. For families of groups, Loimugie House has two en suite bedrooms with a shared sitting and dining area.

The camp is located in the lands of the Namunyak Wildlife Conversation Trust which encompasses approximately 850,000 acres of land around the southern corner of the fabled Mathews Mountain Range of northern Kenya. The area is home to the proud Samburu tribes people, a group of semi-nomadic pastoralists who co-exists peacefully with the native wildlife living alongside their cattle. The Namunyak Trust has successfully culled poaching of ivory in the area and there are now several thousand elephants living here. Other wildlife found in the trust includes buffalo, lion, leopard, cheetah, African wild dog, greater and lesser kudu, gerenuk, reticulated giraffe, impala, and dik dik. The more unusual animal sightings include striped hyena, aardwolf, civet cat, African wild cat, greater kudu, grevy zebra, and cheetah.

Daily game drives are conducted by expert guides in 4×4 vehicles and specialize in spotting the elusive leopard. Night drives discover the nocturnal antics of several animals. The naturalist guides at the camp lead nature walks for a closer look at the smaller plants and animals in the region. For a unique perspective, horseback safaris explore the trust on the back of well-trained bush ponies. The more adventurous can try a hike up the 8,000 feet-high Ol Donyo Mountains. For those guests seeking more culture, there are trips to the local Samburu homesteads to learn about their daily life and rich culture. Other popular activities include scenic flights, fly camping, bird watching, bush dinners, and beading with the Samburu people.

The main mess tent includes a dining area and lounge. While tea, coffee, and juice are delivered to each guest’s room, a full English breakfast is enjoyed communally in the mess tent. A buffet lunch and afternoon tea might be set up on the terrace overlooking the refreshing pool. The pool itself overlook a busy waterhole where elephants, warthogs, and impalas come to drink.