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      Sarara Camp

      Pristine Wilderness, and a Community Conservation Success Story in Kenya

      Sarara Camp is situated in the Namunyak Wildlife Conservation Trust, an 850,000 acre reserve of pristine wilderness. Working with the indigenous Samburu people since 1995, the trust has changed attitudes of the local communities towards wildlife and, most importantly, made the area safe. With the income from the camp, the trust hopes to keep attracting more and more animals back to the area. Today 4,000 elephants have returned to the Mathews range and other wildlife is following. Sarara has six luxury tents, each positioned to maximize the stunning views of the Mathews Forest Mountain Range and the animal watering hole. Preserving the romance of the tented camp, these tents are spacious with high ceilings, plenty of cupboard space, electric lighting and 24 hour hot and cold running water. There is an outdoor shower offering a superb view of the hills, as well as an indoor bathroom. Each tent has its own private terrace with table and chairs. Morning coffee and tea are brought to you so that you can wake up gazing out over the mountains. Breakfast is available in the lodge building at any time to accommodate those coming back from an early morning safari, and later risers. Lunch is often set up under a tree or in the lodge if it is hot. Buffet-style lunch consists of a variety of dishes, including fresh salads, and is followed by a cheese platter. Afternoon tea is served before the evening safari and comes with homemade cake or biscuits made daily by the chef. Drinks and dinner may be served on the terrace overlooking the pool or somewhere a little more wild. Enjoy the included activities of shared game drives, guided walks, hiking in the forest of the Mathews Mountains, and fly camping with camels. Sarara has established itself as one of the 'hot spots' for quality leopard viewing in Africa and equally for close-up sightings of the normally extremely shy lesser kudu antelope. The African wild dogs are frequently encountered in the Sarara Valley too. Elephant, buffalo, giraffe, gerenuk, impala and warthogs are now regularly seen on game drives and bush walks and are very much on the increase in numbers. Unusual sightings include striped hyena, aardwolf, civet cat, African wild cat, greater kudu, Grevy’s zebra and cheetah.

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      Accommodation Details

      • Price: From $795 per person per night
      • Location: Eastern Africa, Kenya
      • # of Beds: 12 beds
      • Age Minimum: 5 years old
      • Amenities: Ensuite Bathrooms, Laundry Included, Local Drinks Included, Pool, Recharge Facilities, Wi-Fi
      • Type: Permanent Tented
      • Included: accommodation, meals, soft drinks, beer, house wine, shared unlimited day & night game drives, off-road game viewing, guided walks and hiking, game viewing hide, conservancy fees, laundry, shared local airstrip transfers (Sarara & Namunyuk), Cultural Connection, Family Friendly Activities, Game Drive, Game-Viewing Hide, Night Drive, Off-Road Game Viewing, Outdoor Dining, Stargazing, Sundowner, Walking Safari
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        Camel Riding, Horseback Riding, Scenic Helicopter Flight

      Activities at this Accommodation

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        Camel Riding

        For thousands of years, camels have been the main mode of transportation for many people in Africa. See what it's like, long striding and riding high on these interesting quadrapeds.

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        Cultural Connection

        A True Taste of Local Culture

        Get a better understanding with another culture. You're invited in to connect with a completely different lifestyle…a rare opportunity in life.

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        Family Friendly Activities

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        Game Drive

        Head out into the wilderness to see the incredible daily drama of predator/prey and the ancient circle of life.

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        Game-Viewing Hide

        When the animals can't see you, they go about their business as if you aren't even there. A game or photo hide allows you to get closer for some incredible views and photos.

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        Horseback Riding

        On horseback, animals seem to accept you as part of their natural surroundings a little more. You can spend more time with them…and get a little closer.

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        Night Drive

        At night, the nocturnal animals awaken and treat you to a show that daylight game drives miss.

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        Off-Road Game Viewing

        In national parks and some other reserves, rules prohibit leaving the designated safari paths. But the wildlife are not always considerate enough to stay nearby. Get better vantages (and better photos) by heading off-road.

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        Outdoor Dining

        A lunch or dinner out in nature is one of the hallmarks of a luxury African experience. Your connection to the landscape is undisturbed and the food tastes even more special in this most wonderful of settings.

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        Scenic Helicopter Flight

        Buzz above the scenic landscape and get a bird's-eye view of wildlife. A scenic helicopter flight is a unparalleled way to experience Africa.

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        Stargazing

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        Sundowner

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        Walking Safari

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