Sayari Camp – All Inclusive
- Free WiFi
- Parking On Site
You’ll be in Serengeti National Park (Kogatende) with a stay at Sayari Camp – All Inclusive.
Make yourself at home in one of the 15 guestrooms. Rooms have private furnished patios. Complimentary wireless Internet access is available to keep you connected. Private bathrooms with separate bathtubs and showers feature deep soaking bathtubs and rainfall showerheads.
Spa, Wellness & Premium Amenities
Pamper yourself with onsite massages or enjoy recreation amenities such as an outdoor pool. Additional amenities at this tentalow include complimentary wireless Internet access, gift shops/newsstands, and wedding services.
Food & Drink
This tentalow is all inclusive. Rates include meals and beverages at onsite dining establishments. Charges may be applied for dining at some restaurants, special dinners and dishes, some beverages, and other amenities.
Satisfy your appetite at one of the tentalow’s 2 restaurants. Relax with a refreshing drink from a poolside bar or one of the 2 bars/lounges.
Business & Travel Amenities
Featured amenities include dry cleaning/laundry services, a library, and a safe deposit box at the front desk. A roundtrip airport shuttle is provided for a surcharge (available on request), and free self parking is available onsite.
How to Get There
I'm sure Asilia's camps are great and their service is wonderful, just like many camps in the area. But because of one of their driver's actions, I would never use this camp again.
Driving off road in Serengeti Nat'l Park is not allowed, but here we were, watching an Asilia truck, a Lemala truck, a Unique Africa truck, and a Mt. Kilimanjaro Safari Club truck - all off road, right next to two Cheetahs.
If you travel to Tanzania please keep in mind that going off road is not allowed, and these camps and drivers all know this. Respect nature, respect the rules, and respect other people's experience. And find a camp that lives by these rules.
We stayed in Sayari camp for two nights in our trip in Serengeti in July 2018. It's amazing how they manage to create 5 star accommodation and service in the middle of savanna. The tents are situated on the decks with savanna views, we enjoyed our afternoons laying down on the comfortable cutions on the deck. Bath tub with savanna view, minibar in the tent. The beautiful rock country surrounds the camp. The whole team meets you when you come from the game ride and also waves you good buy when you go for the ride. When we were leaving the camp, the whole team came to give us a hug.
I highly recommend Sayari experience.
This camp is beautiful! The tents were very comfortable - the only one with a fan. The bathroom, deep tub and shower were what I would expect at a resort. The drivers and guides were amazing - we saw leopard, cheetah and lions all in one day. The food and service were impeccable. I would recommend this to anyone wanting a first class safari experience.
Having stayed in a dozen or so safari camps across Africa and India, I'd easily put this in the top 2. Our guide, Sia, was wonderful and informative - she made an extra effort to ensure we got the most out of our safari drives. She went the extra mile to get us to the middle of the Great Migration of wildebeest - they were further away than would have been expected given the heavier rains this year. Food was very high quality and easily amongst the best of the camps within Tanzania. Dinners and evening campfires were lively and the atmosphere was convivial as guests shared stories with each other and staff. The staff were attentive, and you could see the whole operation is managed very well. The tent is more of an outdoor room with hardwood floors so feels more permanent that others, but that allows a higher level of comfort and luxury (e.g. the massive stone bathtub with views out over the bush|). Location is perhaps not as dramatic as other camps (views into bush rather than over lakes/mountains etc) but it is close to the Mara River and the setting is very peaceful. Game viewing wasn't as extensive as in other camps but of course depends on the pace of migration.
Camp accommodations were very comfortable, very clean. Living room was particularly welcoming and conducive to enjoying the setting across the savannah, reading, and visiting with other guests. I will focus, however, on the level of customer we received from the camp co-manager Faith who kicked into gear when one of our fellow travelers needed some important medical attention and direction. Faith worked with her staff and consulting medical doctor (located in South Africa) to ensure that our guest received the needed attention, in the most expeditious way. We were collectively grateful and impressed with her resourcefulness as well as the depth of her care.