The Grumeti River is a major thoroughfare in the Great Migration, and guests at Faru Faru will be treated to front row seats for this spectacular event. The area is also permanently populated by wildlife, so guests can travel here outside of the migration period (which falls in July).
The camp represents the traditional safari lodge with east African flair and colonial influence. The lodge has bedroom suites, a family suite plus a villa with a private infinity pool that sleeps four adults. All the rooms are ensuite and have air conditioning, a viewing deck, mini bar, ceiling fan, outdoor shower, and a great Swarovski spotting scope.
- Swimming Pool, Gym & Spa
- Viewing Decks
- Shaded lawn & Tennis court
Meals are served either in the elegant dining area of the lodge or alfresco at the outdoor barbecue area. The cuisine is innovative and delicious, with a variety stretching from fresh vegetables and game meat to sushi and homemade salsas. A good wine list accompanies the food, along with great champagne options.
The lodge offers morning and evening game drives: This is the best time to spot predators as they are most active during these times. Walking safaris are a great way to learn more about the environment and also allows you to experience nature up close. There are also great niche safaris like Bird Watching Safaris and Photographic Safaris. Hot Air balloon rides offer a favorite way to view the animals and vast landscape from a birdseye view.