Sayari Camp is a seasonal mobile camp that follows the wildebeest migration through the Serengeti.
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About Sayari Mobile Camp
Sayari Camp is a spectacular eight-tented mobile camp. It follows the migration by using three different private camps during the year.
The camp is located in Piaya, in the Southern Serengeti plains from January to April. It moves to the Mara River area (north-western Serengeti) for June to September and is based in Soit Sambu in the North-Eastern part of the Serengeti from October to mid January. The camp is closed during long rains of April and May. Sayara uses private campsites allowing privacy and exclusivity to the guests. The locations of the camps are all located near the border of the national park (Mara is just inside the park while Piaya and Soit Sambu are just outside the park), to allow for the superior combination of premier wildlife viewing, walking safaris, and interaction with local cultures (i.e Maasai tribespeople).