Bordering the Mara North Conservancy, Saruni Wild has the perfect location for exploring this beautiful landscape with it’s huge diversity of animals. Between July and September – when the Wildebeest Migration moves through the area – game viewing is at it’s very best of predator / prey interactions.
The camp itself is tucked away into a small valley with good views out to the South West plains and is a popular feeding place for Elephant, Giraffe, Buffalo and Impala. Both Lion and Wild Dogs are occasional visitors.
The main lounge and dining area is simply furnished but has several comfortable couches and is a very welcoming space. The communal dining table is either inside or under the stars, depending on the weather and is usually hosted by one of the camps managers. Outside on the deck is a small fire pit with chairs for pre dinner drinks.
There are just 3 tents at Saruni Wild and it is the size of the camp that really sets it apart from other lodges and camps in the area. The tents are all similarly decorated with comfortable beds, carpets and bedside tables. Bottled water is provided but there are no charging points in the tents, this has to be done in the main guest area.
There is a family tent that consists of two tents with a double bed and two twin beds and connected by a tent flap.
The en-suite bathrooms are simple yet very well designed with a bucket shower, bathrobes and complimentary toiletries.
Saruni Mara is not far away if you would like to have a spa treatment. As the camp has the right to do game drives in several conservancies and the Masai Mara Reserve there is a vast area in which to explore and do game drives.
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Combine this with Saruni Rhino Camp, Hemingways ol Seki Mara or Lewa Safari Camp.
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