The migration sees more than 1.4 million wildebeest, and around 200 000 zebras and gazelle cross the Serengeti and Maasai Mara. Sarova Mara is the perfect spot from which to witness this incredible annual phenomenon.
The camp blends traditional safari accommodation and its wild surroundings with luxury accommodation, incredible dining, and welcoming service.
Sarova Mara consists of luxury tents, 52 Standard tents, 20 Club Tents, and 2 Family Tents. Each tent has an en-suite bathroom and allows one to feel like a part of the natural surroundings whilst providing plenty of comfort and amenities.
Club tents are slightly more luxurious that Standards, and feature private outdoor decks which provide the space for wildlife viewing and private dining.
Meals in the camp’s Isokon Restaurant are excellent, with a great variety in the buffet selection for breakfast, lunch, and dinner. The restaurant uses plenty of fresh ingredients from the camp’s vegetable garden, and the sheer variety caters to all kinds of dietary preferences and requirements.
There is also al fresco dining available in the fire-lit boma, which offers a more traditional dining experience. Try local delicacies, game meat, and Kenyan barbecue.
One of the lodge’s great treats is a champagne breakfast in the bush after a morning game drive; not to be missed. Guests who wish to eat while on game drives can request picnic meals.
- Swimming pool
- Spa therapists
- Babysitting service
- Laundry service
Game viewing here is exceptional, with the benefit of highly experienced guides and trackers, and keep a lookout for the famous Big 5 – lion, leopard, elephant, rhino, and buffalo. Activities at Sarova Mara extend beyond its game drives; there are also walking safaris, birding activities, fishing, village tours, and even mini golf.