Sarara Star Camp Namunyak Conservancy Mathews Mountain Range

0
Enquiry Form
Full Name*
Email Address*
Question? | Comments | Feedback*
Phone Number
Hotel Required
Safari / Tour
No. Of Guests
Please agree to all the terms and conditions before proceeding to the next step

Sarara Star Camp Namunyak Conservancy  Mathews Mountain Range | Sarara Star Camp Samburu | Sarara Star Safari Camp
Sarara Star Camp Rates | Sarara Star Camp Matthews Mountains | Sarara Star Luxury Tented Camp | Sarara Star Tented Camp
Sarara Star Mobile | CampSarara Star Camp | Samburu Accommodation | Samburu Tented Camps | Samburu Safari Camps

Sarara Star Camp Namunyak Conservancy Mathews Mountain Range is located within the 850,000 acres Namunyak Wildlife Conservation Trust.

The camp is set to the North of Ol Donyo Sabache, just below Warges Peak, in the fabled Mathews Mountains of Northern, Samburu, Kenya.

The camp is about 400 kilometers north of Nairobi. Sarara Star Camp can only be accessible by foot, bush pony or camels via a two hour journey through the forest.

Camels carry all the equipment, led by their Samburu keepers so guests can enjoy the unique flora and fauna, including the rare Colobus and De Brazza monkeys, wild dogs and prehistoric Cycad palms

Guests enjoy their dinner around the camp fire and spend their nights under the stars from the comfort of their own mosquito net tents.

In the hot Samburu afternoon Star Camp guest can enjoy themselves in the natural rock pool as well as stunning views over North.

The complete exclusivity of the Star Camp means that guests can fully immerse themselves in the absolute peace and serenity of this remarkable wilderness.

Guests have the option of a massage in the privacy of their own tent.

Activities in Sarara Star Camp Namunyak Conservancy include rives, game walks, cultural visits, bush meals, sun downers, bird watching, fly camping, mountain hikes, scenic flights and bush ponies(horse riding).

Guests can also enjoy singing wells where Samburu families water their livestock by digging wells in the riverbed and chant songs as they pass water up a human chain.

error: Alert: Content is protected !!