The Sarara Camp tents overlook the majestic Matthews Mountain Range, providing a fantastic platform by which to experience the 850,000-acre wildlife conservancy. Sarara Camp also has a two bedroom family unit, called Sarara House, which includes a beautiful plunge pool, private dining and its own sitting room.

The camp waterhole is frequented by an array of wildlife, including elephant, buffalo, kudu, impala, leopard, wild dog and reticulated giraffe. Sarara House has become famous for its elephant, which are regular visitors to the house pool and offer guests incredible up close and personal experiences as they come for their water.

Sarara lies within Namunyak Wildlife Conservancy, an 850,000 acre pristine wilderness in the Matthews Mountain Range. This remote and dramatic landscape is also home to the local Samburu people whose age-old traditions, including the famous ‘singing wells’ are as much a part of the fabric of this land as the wildlife. Sarara is a conservation brand that partners with indigenous communities to build sustainability for people and wildlife through truly unique and experiential safari experiences.

Sarara is a flagship, community-owned and community-driven conservation initiative in Northern Kenya.
We are dedicated to conserving a landscape where people and wildlife flourish, side by side.

  • The Sarara Foundation is working to protect the 850,000-acre Matthews Forest Range and provide cradle-to-career support for the Samburu community in Northern Kenya.
  • Their vision is that indigenous communities in Northern Kenya continue to live alongside wildlife, retain and celebrate their unique cultural heritage and live sustainably and prosperously in a modern world for many generations to come.
  • Fully solar powered
  • Home to Kenya’s second largest elephant population
  • Sarara Treehouses is located in Namunyak Conservancy, an area once devoid of wildlife but restored due to the community conservation efforts driven by the local Samburu
  • Namunyak is also home to one of Kenya’s largest populations of reticulated giraffe and the endangered Grevy’s Zebra
Rooms
Six beautifully appointed en-suite tented rooms. The camp is completely off the grid, providing 24 hour solar powered electricity with state of the art Tesla power walls.
Bathrooms
Each room has indoor and outdoor flushing toilets and solar heated showers
Dinning
Both communal and private dining in the main mess area, meals out in the bush are also available
Extras
Infinity pool, Watering hole, Gift shop, Massages, Organic vegetable garden
Caters To
Families, couples, single travellers or small groups

Supports

Activities

  • Unrestricted game drives exploring the 850,000 acres of pristine wildlife habitat accompanied by a local Samburu guide
  • Visit the singing wells and honour an age old tradition
  • Beading with the Samburu ladies
  • Fashion your own jewelry with our Ironmongers
  • School visits to our Mobile Montessori Program
  • Bush meals and Sundowners
  • Infinity Pool
  • Heli Flights
  • Reteti Elephant Sanctuary visits
  • Visits to a manyatta
  • Guided hikes up Mount Uarges
  • Guided Trail Runs
  • Overnight camping on Bang Rock
  • Guided horse rides
  • Night Time Safaris
  • Fly Camping
  • Walking safaris
  • Massage offerings
  • Hikes into the montane cloud forests
  • Elephant rock art visits
  • Beading with the Samburu ladies
  • Meeting our rescues
  • Plunge down a natural rock slide (seasonal)
  • Bird Watching