The camp is very traditional in style, taking you back in time to safaris like they used to be before everyone had access to them. The secluded location of the camp means that you are unlikely to run into anyone else on game drives, a huge bonus, and it really feels like your very own little part of Kenya.
The lodge is made up of five individually designed cottages, one family suite with two bedrooms, and an entirely separate private villa – Nyati House. All of the rooms boast private verandas with beautiful views and are incredibly private.
Nyati House is a private bush home, to be taken on an exclusive use basis, a five minute drive away from the main camp and located in a valley of it’s own. Nyati House is perfect for groups or families looking for total privacy and comes with it’s own safari guide and vehicle, with meals served in the house’s own dining room.
The Saruni lodges really pride themselves on their level of guiding and whether it’s your first safari or you’re a safari regular there is sure to be plenty to thrill you. The food has an Italian influence here and is nothing short of delicious, meals are often set up in exciting places and lucky guests might get to witness local Maasai warriors dancing around the campfire. Another popular part of Saruni Mara is it’s extensive and cosy library, where guests can enjoy some downtime curled up in front of the fire with one of the many good books.