Sarara Treehouses

The Sarara Tree Camp encompasses the same atmosphere and vibrancy that Sarara has become renowned for. Nestled into a forest glade within an hours walk of Sarara, the treehouses emerge out of the forest canopy. A main mess area and swimming pool command incredible views of Mount Uarges, one of the seven sacred mountains to the Samburu.

Elephant, buffalo, leopard, bushbuck and a wide array of other life roam beneath you on the forest floor, offering incredible wildlife experiences from the comfort of your beautifully appointed tree tent. This off the grid, solar-powered masterpiece is entirely eco-friendly, with every precaution and expense taken to preserve the natural habitat surrounding it.

The Sarara Tree Camp is entirely community-owned.

Luxury tents (8 rooms)
Luxury tents with ensuite toilet and basin with adjacent outdoor shower.

Family suite (2 rooms)
Tents close together each with ensuite toilet and basin and adjacent outdoor shower.

Day and Night Game drives
Sarara has established itself as one of the ‘hot spots’ for quality leopard viewing in Africa and equally, for close-up sightings of the normally extremely shy lesser kudu antelope. The African wild dogs are frequently encountered in the Sarara valley too. Elephant, buffalo, giraffe, gerenuk, impala and warthogs are now regularly seen on our game drives and bush walks and are very much on the increase in numbers.Unusual sightings include striped hyena, aardwolf, civet cat, African wild cat, greater kudu, grevy zebra and cheetah.

Early morning game drives are a good time for seeing giraffe, kudu, and elephants. Starting off early, the guides can have you back in time for breakfast at camp or make up a picnic breakfast for you out in the bush.

The night game drive takes you out into the bush to search for the nocturnal star of sarara, the leopard. Leopard sightings are currently running at around 80% for guests staying three nights.

Horse riding
View game on horseback with Sarara's bush ponies

Guided walks
Our Samburu naturalist guides can take you out for an early morning walk through the bush to take an up close and personal look at the glorious flora and fauna surrounding the camp. If you wish, we can set up breakfast for you on a hilltop or in a dry river bed.

Reteti Elephant Sanctuary
A visit to the Reteti Elephant Sanctuary is one of the best things you can do to help strengthen the community and protect all elephants who live in the RESCUE center located on the Namunyak Wildlife Conservancy in northern Kenya.

During your visit, you will paired with a keeper who will accompany you the entire time to tell you about our work and answer any questions. From a special viewing platform, you will watch the elephants come in from their walk to receive their bottles and then have mud hole playtime. Afterwards, you will be given a behind the scenes tour of the sanctuary.

Fly camping
Go out into the bush for the night to sleep under the stars.  It is a memory that will last a lifetime.

Samburu Village Visits
Visit a local Samburu village and get to learn their culture and way of life.

Water Slide
A fun way to spend your morning or afternoon away from the Camp.

Il Konono Blacksmiths
An insight into the men who pass down from generation to generation the skill of crafting as you watch your bracelet being made for you.

Ololokwe Day visit
A full day trip with a packed breakfast and lunch out from Sarara to the sacred Mout Ololokwe.

Scenic Flights
Private scenic flights can be arranged up to the famous Mount Kenya, sacred Mount Ol olokwe or up to the spectacular Lake Turkana. There is no better way to see the diverse landscape.

Singing Wells
Sarara means the meeting place and at the Singing wells, all the neighboring communities come together to water their wildlife as they sing and catch up on happenings around the community. Its a spectacular culture that you would never want to miss.

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