If you’re after the raw proximity of nature, unsurpassed game viewing, the elegant simplicity of sleeping in a tent, and the hypnotic lure of a campfire in the evening, come and visit our Nkorombo camp… Read More
You’ll see we’re big fans of combining our camps, and this is because each location proffers a different experience. Our camps are scattered across two countries, and a diverse range of wildlife zones – Mara North Conservancy, Masai Mara Reserve, Serengeti National Park, and Ngorongoro Conservation Area – and on top of that, each camp has its own unique character too.
We also love mixing up traditional game drives with other fun activities: balloon rides, bush dinners, exploring at night, getting out on foot, river fishing, learning traditional cultures… There are so many ways to enrich your safari experience.
Of course, we are all about flexibility, so if you’d like to pick and mix and concoct your own safari, that’s an option too – all the ingredients are there for the taking.
Being my first blog for Serian I would just like to say hello to all the readers and let you what an amazing first two days I have had. Arriving in the Mara North Conservancy… Read More
ROUTE TO THE SOLE – Alex spent his childhood exploring the East African bush on foot with his father’s trackers, and he has been guiding and outfitting safaris for over 25 years. This unique blend… Read More
Adrian Allen was born and brought up in Kenya, and passed his childhood roaming, exploring and fishing. He has spent the last few years in our Serian and Ngare Serian camps, and being on site… Read More
One thing that always amazes me about Serian is that Nature always has another surprise up her sleeve! My recent stay coincided with the arrival of the Short Rains. Each afternoon we watched as the… Read More
Adrian Allen was born and brought up in Kenya, and passed his younger years roaming, exploring and fishing, nurturing a love for the wild outdoors and pristine places. Always knowing that a 9 to 5… Read More
Between June and November, the Great Migration is making its annual passage back and forth across the Mara River, and we are lucky enough to have front-row seats to all the action in both Kenya… Read More