A short flight takes you to the norther extreme of the Serengeti National Park, where Sayari Camp lies perfectly positioned for you to see the migration river crossing in the dry season. A welcome table will be set up either at the airstrip or a short distance away, with tea & coffee, cold drinks and snacks allowing you to refresh while you get to know your guide and learn about this area of the Serengeti. Depending on your preference, you may enjoy a short game drive or head directly for camp.
Located in the Northern Serengeti far from other camps, Sayari Camp has an exclusive location near the Mara River. When the migration is nearby (usually June-July and August-September) you’ll have excellent opportunities to see wildebeest crossing the river. In this habitat of long plains you’ll find herds of elephant, families of lion and cheetah, and large groups of antelopes and other plains animals. Open vehicles, off-road driving and expert walking guides at Sayari ensure that your time here will be well spent.