Saruni Leopard Hill

Saruni Leopard Hill is a modern safari camp with six tents, nestled in the heart of Mara Naboisho Conservancy amidst the African wilderness. It offers a blend of luxury living and unspoiled nature, situated in one of the best-managed conservancies in the Masai Mara ecosystem. Close to three waterholes frequented by wildlife throughout the day, the camp is located in a secluded valley, home to the historically and culturally significant Masai Mara Fig Tree, known as the Double Fig Tree. Struck by lightning in the 1950s, this tree’s unique shape is revered by the Maasai people. Positioned almost beneath this iconic tree, the camp provides stunning sunrises and sunsets. Enjoy your morning coffee on the terrace while witnessing the sky ablaze with magnificent colors and listening to the calls of wildlife across the African savannah.

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Tents

The four spacious en-suite tents are strategically positioned to offer stunning views of the expansive Naibosho Conservancy. Designed with a blend of modernity and tradition, drawing inspiration from the Masai concept of a round “manyatta”, they are elevated on wooden platforms. These tents boast a unique feature: guests can click a button to open the tent ceiling. When activated, only a mosquito net separates the bed from the vast African night, offering an immersive experience under the starry sky.

 

Honeymoon Tent

The honeymoon tent is situated in a prime location, offering breathtaking views of the expansive Naibosho Conservancy, positioned right in front of waterholes. Designed with a blend of modernity and tradition and elevated on wooden platforms, it boasts an innovative feature: guests can click a button to open the tent ceiling. With only a mosquito net separating the bed from the vast African night, it offers a unique and immersive experience under the starry sky.

 

Family Tent

The family tent is strategically positioned to offer panoramic views of the expansive Naibosho Conservancy. Designed with a blend of modernity and tradition and elevated on wooden platforms, it features two wings, each comprising a bedroom, a bathroom, and a verandah. A unique feature of the tent allows guests to click a button and open the tent ceiling, providing an immersive experience with only a mosquito net separating the bed from the vast African night.

 

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