4 Day Kenya Fly-in Safari Sarara Camp Namunyak Conservancy Samburu

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Sarara Tented camp

This Fly-in safari package puts together 4 wonderful days at the Sarara Luxury Camp located in the northern frontier of Kenya, Namunyak Wildlife Conservancy which includes the entire Mathews Range.

Your adventure begins with a transfer to Wilson airport Nairobi for your scheduled flight to Kalama airstrip (Northern Samburu). Upon arrival, a Sarara Camp driver guide will meet you and transfer you to Sarara Camp (1.5 hours road transfer).

For many, Sarara Camp is considered the most beautiful and spectacular of all the community-based lodges in northern Kenya. Nestled amongst the southern foothills of the fabled Mathews mountain range, directly beneath Warges peak (8,500’), Sarara Camp was the brainchild of Piers Bastard (a third-generation Kenyan farming stock).

Piers and his Kenyan-born wife Hilary; your hosts built this stunning camp in 1997 specifically to help the Namunyak community to benefit from wildlife conservation. 

Not only is this remote and dramatic landscape home to the Samburu pastoralists but also animals like elephants, leopards, wild dogs, hyenas, buffalo and reticulated giraffes – most of which can be seen without even leaving the camp as they come to drink at Sarara’s resident waterhole.

A Typical Day at Sarara

Early mornings at Sarara can only be described as truly spectacular!  Tea or coffee and home-baked cookies will be served on your veranda deck by staff from the local community as the sun rises … incredible hues of pink and crimson red pouring over the eastern horizon.

This will be followed by a fascinating stroll along the wide, sandy Sarara ‘lugga’.  Accompanied by armed local field scouts who were born and raised in the area, guests may hope to find an elephant, gerenuk, reticulated giraffe, the elegant lesser kudu plus an enormous variety of birds before breakfast.

A very special treat would be to encounter our resident pack of up to 70 African wild dogs who frequently den and hunt close to camp. A traditional safari breakfast cooked out in the middle of the bush sets the tone for the remainder of the morning.

At around 10.00 a.m. guests may be interested in visiting the famous ‘Sarara Singing Wells’. Here, Samburu tribes people bring their cattle and goats to water on a daily basis. Stripped naked, the muscular warriors chant traditional Samburu songs as they pass water up in a human chain.

All are welcome to mix and mingle but we respectfully ask that guests do not take any photographs as this changes these proud nomads’ uncomplicated lifestyle forever.

By mid-morning the sun is getting hot. A return to camp and a dive into the clear natural rock swimming pool to cool off. Then relax and enjoy a buffet lunch.

With luck, a number of elephants will come to a mud bath in the waterhole just a few metres in front of your tents. While away the afternoon by taking a nap or writing up a memory-filled safari journal.

As the heat dissipates, it is time to venture out once more. This could be either a fascinating game drive in specially prepared 4×4 vehicles or a camel ride. Leopards abound in the area and are frequently seen. As the sun sets, it is time for cocktails and an incredible bush dinner under the twinkling stars.

Optional activities include an overnight fly camping outing with camels or an amazing walk high up into the indigenous rainforest of the Mathews range.

Safari Itinerary in Summary

Day 1: Nairobi – Fly to Kalama Airstrip – transfer to Namunyak Community Conservancy. Overnight at Sarara Camp
Day 2: Namunyak Community Conservancy. Overnight at Sarara Camp
Day 3: Namunyak Community Conservancy. Overnight at Sarara Camp
Day 4: Namunyak – Transfer to Kalama Airstrip – Fly to Nairobi

Safari Itinerary in Detail

Day 1: Nairobi – Fly to Kalama Airstrip – transfer to Namunyak Community Conservancy, Samburu

After breakfast at your hotel/ residence, we transfer to Wilson airport for your flight to Namunyak Wildlife Conservancy, Northern Kenya. Land at Kalama airstrip (Northern Samburu), where your private guide awaits to drive you to camp.

Meet the management team and get settled in your spacious tented suite overlooking the watering hole. Take lunch followed by a dip in the infinity pool, or soak up the views of Mathew’s mountain range from your private veranda.

Enjoy afternoon tea and stretch out your legs on an easy nature walk with a Samburu guide. Then head out on an evening game drive to discover the nocturnal creatures of the bush. Back at camp, dine under a star-studded sky.

Overnight Accommodation: Sarara Camp
Meal Plan {Lunch & Dinner}

Day 2: Namunyak Community Conservancy, Northern Kenya

Wake up to coffee or tea on your veranda as you watch the morning light illuminate the valley. During the dry season, set off on a guided walk to the Samburu’s famous singing wells and witness the fascinating tribal tradition that gave the lodge its name, which translates to “meeting place.”

Return to camp and relax by the pool, or join Samburu women in the shade of a tree for a lesson in local beading techniques before lunch. This afternoon, unwind with a soothing massage (additional cost applies) or enjoy quiet time at the camp.

Take a private tour of the Namunyuk Wildlife Conservancy headquarters and get an inside look at its anti-poaching activities and other community and conservation programs. Later, ride in a safari vehicle back to the singing wells and witness its fascinating display of humans and wildlife coexisting.

Tonight, gather around a bonfire for a barbecued bush dinner hosted by a Samburu guide.

Overnight Accommodation: Sarara Camp
Meal Plan {Breakfast, Lunch & Dinner}

Day 3: Namunyak Community Conservancy, Northern Kenya

Greet the day with a sunrise yoga session (additional cost applies) or a morning hike in the mountains. Or go on an early game drive with a stop for breakfast in a secret spot in the bush, followed by a visit to Africa’s first community-owned elephant orphanage (additional cost applies).

Return to camp for lunch, then walk down to the nearby river and natural rock pool. Enjoy afternoon tea, then glimpse the local way of life on a guided visit to a Samburu home. Venture into the bush on a late afternoon game drive, and watch for elephants, leopards, reticulated giraffes, lesser and greater kudus, and hyenas.

Along the way, take a break for sundowner cocktails. Later, savour a candlelit dinner on the deck—and don’t be surprised at the sight of elephants gathering to drink at the watering hole below.

Overnight Accommodation: Sarara Camp
Meal Plan {Breakfast, Lunch & Dinner}

Day 4: Namunyak – Transfer to Kalama Airstrip – Fly to Nairobi

On your final morning, walk down to the stables to visit orphaned horses that are rehabilitated here before being released back into the wild. For a different perspective of the wilderness, set off on a guided horseback safari.

Enjoy breakfast at camp before transferring to the airstrip for your flight to Nairobi, home or on to your next destination.

Meal Plan {Breakfast}

4 Day Kenya Fly-in Safari Sarara Camp Namunyak Conservancy Samburu Prices

4-Day Kenya Fly-in Safari Sarara Camp Namunyak Conservancy Samburu Includes:

Sarara Camp has 6 luxury ensuite tents and Loimugi House which has 2 ensuite tents (Sarara sleeps a total of 16 pax)

Rates include 3 Nights of full board accommodation + soft drinks, beer, non-premium wine + conservancy fees + laundry Day and night game drives + local airstrip transfers (Namunyak airstrip) + Day and night game drives + Guided Walks + Hiking in the Montane forest of the Mathews Mountains + Fly camping + Horse riding & Village Visit

Dates From Dates To Single Room
(1 Guest)
Double Room
(2 Guests)

Child Age
5 to 15 Years

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* Private Air Charters (Nairobi) or Tropic Air (Nanyuki) fly guests by private air charter directly to Namunyak airstrip. Request for rates
* Six beautifully appointed en-suite tents overlook the majestic Mathews Mountain Range, providing a fantastic platform by which to experience the 850,000-acre wildlife conservancy
* The camp also offers Loimugi House, a two-bedroom tented family unit that includes a beautiful plunge pool, private dining, its own sitting room and endless views of the Mathews Range
* Loimugi house has become famous for its elephant, which are regular visitors to the house pool and offers guests incredibly up close and personal experiences as they come for their water. This is the perfect African wilderness home for families of all ages

4-Day Kenya Fly-in Safari Sarara Camp Namunyak Conservancy Samburu Prices Do Not Include:

* Cellar wines
* Massage treatments
* Champagne, Premium spirits
Payable direct Beading with women’s group
* Reteti Elephant Sanctuary visit – 25 US Dollars per person

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