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Kenya

Saruni Wild

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Located in the heart of the Maasai Mara plains, Saruni Wild is a small, intimate camp for those looking to enjoy an abundance of wildlife away from the crowds.

The camp only has three luxury tents available making it a cozy and less-crowded camp than most. There are two luxury double tents with large comfortable beds with either one large queen or two twins. The one family tent accommodates up to 4 adults or a couple with children in one super king-size bed and two single beds and has a zippered partition to separate them for added privacy. All of the tents include an en suite bathroom featuring hot and cold water, flush toilets, and hot water showers. For added privacy, each tent also comes with its own veranda with side tables and chairs.

Saruni Wild is ideally located on the border of Mara North Conservancy and Lemek Conservancy. This puts the camp right in the heart of the Mara plains in a forest populated by abundant ‘plains game’ animals. Not only does the camp enjoy its own local wildlife, it is a 40-minute drive away from Musiara Gate, the entrance into the Maasai Mara National Reserve, the world-famous hotspot for viewing the great migration. Every year millions of wildebeest and thousands of zebras and Thomsons gazelles flood the Mara’s plains in search of new pastures. Of course, there are plenty of predators in tow such as lions, leopards, hyenas, and wild African dogs in search of a meal.

Day and night game drives are conducted in state of the art Land Rovers by expert guides and trackers. Guided bush walks are led by Maasai warriors through the plains, hills, and forests as they teach about plants for traditional use and their way of life. Other activities include sundowners, bush meals, and cultural visits to local villages. For a more unique experience, the “Warrior for a Week” program teaches guests the survival skills of world-class Maasai warriors, including animal tracking and tool-making. There are also trips available to Olchorro Conservancy, a rhino sanctuary where these magnificent creatures can roam free and safe from poachers.

The mess tent is the heart of the camp and the delicious cuisine has a decided Italian flavor but dietary needs and children’s palates can also be accommodated. At night, the firepit is the place to gather and watch the Maasai warriors come and dance. For some added relaxation, the Maasai Wellbeing Space has a full-menu of massage and wellness treatments available. Plus, the Saruni gift shop sells beautiful, original, and locally made artifacts.

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Kenya

Saruni Wild

PLAN MY TRIP

Located in the heart of the Maasai Mara plains, Saruni Wild is a small, intimate camp for those looking to enjoy an abundance of wildlife away from the crowds.

The camp only has three luxury tents available making it a cozy and less-crowded camp than most. There are two luxury double tents with large comfortable beds with either one large queen or two twins. The one family tent accommodates up to 4 adults or a couple with children in one super king-size bed and two single beds and has a zippered partition to separate them for added privacy. All of the tents include an en suite bathroom featuring hot and cold water, flush toilets, and hot water showers. For added privacy, each tent also comes with its own veranda with side tables and chairs.

Saruni Wild is ideally located on the border of Mara North Conservancy and Lemek Conservancy. This puts the camp right in the heart of the Mara plains in a forest populated by abundant ‘plains game’ animals. Not only does the camp enjoy its own local wildlife, it is a 40-minute drive away from Musiara Gate, the entrance into the Maasai Mara National Reserve, the world-famous hotspot for viewing the great migration. Every year millions of wildebeest and thousands of zebras and Thomsons gazelles flood the Mara’s plains in search of new pastures. Of course, there are plenty of predators in tow such as lions, leopards, hyenas, and wild African dogs in search of a meal.

Day and night game drives are conducted in state of the art Land Rovers by expert guides and trackers. Guided bush walks are led by Maasai warriors through the plains, hills, and forests as they teach about plants for traditional use and their way of life. Other activities include sundowners, bush meals, and cultural visits to local villages. For a more unique experience, the “Warrior for a Week” program teaches guests the survival skills of world-class Maasai warriors, including animal tracking and tool-making. There are also trips available to Olchorro Conservancy, a rhino sanctuary where these magnificent creatures can roam free and safe from poachers.

The mess tent is the heart of the camp and the delicious cuisine has a decided Italian flavor but dietary needs and children’s palates can also be accommodated. At night, the firepit is the place to gather and watch the Maasai warriors come and dance. For some added relaxation, the Maasai Wellbeing Space has a full-menu of massage and wellness treatments available. Plus, the Saruni gift shop sells beautiful, original, and locally made artifacts.