Nestled in forest at the foot of Mount Uarges, Sarara’s eight spectacular, spacious treehouses poke out of the canopy. Elephant, buffalo, leopard and an array of other beasts will roam beneath you on the forest floor as birds fly around, offering incredible wildlife experiences.
Each beautifully-appointed ‘tree tent’ is en-suite, with solar-heated showers again looking out into the forest. One unit is specifically designed for families, with an interconnected bridge ensuring that the kids are always close. The mess area also has commanding views of the Matthews Range, plus an infinity pool facing the plains and a wildlife-rich waterhole also close by.
Sarara lies within the pristine Namunyak Wildlife Conservancy, an 850,000-acre wilderness amid the Matthews mountain range. Remote and dramatic, this landscape is also home to the indigenous Samburu people, whose age-old traditions – including their famous ‘singing wells’ – are as much a part of the land’s fabric as its wildlife.