Saruni Camp


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Saruni Safari Camp is set in a private conservation area bordering the Maasai Mara National Reserve.  It is a small intimate lodge, well off the beaten tourist track, offering warm hospitality and excellent cuisine.

The luxury accommodation consists of 6 large cottages furnished with colonial antiques, Persian carpets and African art.  There are elegant Italian bathroom fittings and polished wooden floors in the en-suite bathrooms and there is a canvas flap which can be opened to offer an amazing shower with a view.  Each cottage has a large private veranda overlooking the Masai Mara plains and a nearby waterhole.   Elephant, waterbuck, bushbuck, impala and occasionally leopards can often be seen in the grounds of the camp, as well as the camp eland.

There is a large comfortable central lounge with a spacious terrace where you can unwind and relax and an elegant dining area where expertly prepared dishes are served, dinner party style, by the discreet and efficient Maasai staff.  There is also a spa treatment centre.

On offer here are day and night game drives with Maasai guides, guided bush walks, bush meals, sundowners and cultural visits. 

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