Saruni Wild is the private, 3-tents camp owned and managed by Saruni in the Mara North Conservancy, Masai Mara and is perfect for an intimate family safari or small group of friends.
WARRIOR FOR A WEEK
This a special interactive wildlife safari with a strong educational “flavour”, designed expecially for families or small groups. It is a family learning holiday, or as a parent and older child adventure, that allows you to explore and learn about wildlife, wilderness and ‘life’ from one of the most well known and culturally interesting cultures left in Africa, the Masai. Under the tutelage of their ‘Moran’ or Warrior class, our guests get to know, enjoy and understand these unique people and their way of life. Learn and experience at first hand the bush skills, folklore and ancient wisdom needed to survive in one of the richest wildlife regions in Africa.
Saruni Wild’s secret valley has a large resident population of elephant, giraffe, zebra, buffalo and impala.
The location is a piece of pristine, old Africa, still totally untouched by modern development: thousands of acres where there are no roads, no villages, no humans. Wildlife is abundant, but not habituated to contact with vehicles.
Located in a wild, scenic valley rich both in wildlife and privacy, where other vehicles seldom meet, Saruni Wild is a stunning camp with oriental-looking tents with all the comforts: flush toilets, hot and cold water, large showers, excellent cuisine and open Land Rovers.
Elegantly styled, each tent has a large verandah with uninterrupted views over the Yaile mountains of Northern Masai Mara and a big bonfire where the Masai warriors come and dance at night.
Ideal for walking, for birdwatching and for observing wild animals that are still not used to the human presence, the camp will provide our guests with a unique experience: the Masai Mara off the beaten tracks.
Saruni Wild tented camp is an ideal base for those who are interested in watching, tracking and studying elephants.
An activity offered at Saruni Wild is night game drives: all the nocturnal species are abundant around the camp, from leopard to greater galago, from genet to white tailed mongoose.