Sarara Tree Camp
Sarara Tree Camp sits within an ancient forest high on the side of Warges, the highest mountain in the Mathews Range in northern Kenya. As an integral part of the Namunyak Conservancy, Sarara Tree Houses and Sarara Camp are the only camps within 850,000 acres of community owned land, and are owned by the Samburu people of the Namunyak community.
Accommodation & Facilities
Sarara Tree Camp consists of six double or twin and two family canvas and timber rooms, raised on stilts among the trees. The large rooms all have ensuite bathrooms with flush loos and good showers, and plenty of space for relaxing on the verandah. The camp has a beautiful thatched mess building, with a dining room, lounge and bar, and there is a pool with stunning views of the surrounding mountains and the immense valley below.
Wildlife & Activities
The wildlife in the Sarara Valley has staged a remarkable recovery since the establishment of the Namunyak Conservancy, and leopard, striped hyena, elephant, buffalo, reticulated giraffe, Grevy’s zebra, greater and lesser kudu, warthog and gerenuk are often spotted. Wild dog and cheetah are sometimes seen too. The wide variety of activities on offer here includes day and night drives, walking safaris, hikes in the mountains, visits to the Singing Wells, visits to local communities, and amazing bird watching.