See reviews of Saruni Samburu and Saruni Mara
and watch our Saruni video here. 
Goose-bumps Gone Wild
Dear <<First Name>>,

This newsletter is written and sent from a magical, exhilarating place called…. Saruni Wild. From our private tent, we see a flock of twelve, possibly more, ostriches running up and down, as if putting on a show just for us. In addition, a cornucopia of zebra and gnu, impala and Thomson gazelle, topi and warthogs parade in front of the mess tent. The young male lion we saw under a nearby tree on the way in to camp is still there, displaying his glorious mane. Other guests arrive saying “you just missed the leopard, right here on the road coming to camp!”
Welcome to the latest adventure of Saruni: our newly relocated, re-launched tented camp has provided some of the best “goose-bump” effects I’ve had for a long time (my wife excluded!) Simple but elegant, wild but comfortable, perfectly positioned and oh so private: only three tents, 8 guests maximum. What a privilege to be here!
July, however, has been for Saruni and for Kenya, much more than the opening of the new jewel in our crown. Read on for more news.... Enjoy and I hope to see you soon on safari with us (in the footsteps of Kenya’s prodigal son, Barack Obama, who is in town this weekend, the Pope – who is due in November, and many other celebrities who are gracing our roads and airports).

Happy reading!

#WhyILoveSaruni 2015 Photo Competition
By popular demand after its extremely successful 2014 campaign, our #WhyILoveSaruni Facebook photo competition will run for a second time… The first prize wins a fully complimentary, all-inclusive 2 night stay for 2 at Saruni Samburu, Saruni Mara, Saruni Wild or Saruni Ocean valued at almost US$3000! There are also interesting runner-up prizes. So, great photographers from the world, here is your chance again. Click here for more information - we look forward with excitement to receiving your entries.
Safari Feeling
How does it feel to be on safari? The answer to this question is very individual, but friend of Saruni, Tom Harding, has found a visual way to express his feeling towards Saruni Samburu: "This is quite simply the most stunning place I have ever seen. As you know I loved everything about the Samburu in terms of the culture, wildlife and landscape as well as being Saruni Samburu’s biggest fan but this has blown me away. To have the privilege of a wild dog chase next to our room last night alongside amazing food and great staff is special for anyone”. Click here to see more of his recent Samburu images…
New Visa Regulations - Kenya goes online
Travellers to Kenya will benefit from the introduction of a new e-visa service. Travellers may apply for their visas in advance of arrival in Kenya via the e-visa portalUntil the end of August 2015 visitors still have the option to purchase their visa on arrival at Jomo Kenyatta International Airport in Nairobi, in person at the Kenya High Commission in their respective country or via the online portal, howeverthe e-visa process will become compulsory from 1st September 2015 and visitors are advised to register their application well in advance of travel as approvals may take up to seven days to process.
Sarah - the Saruni Mascot!
On the ‘hot rock’ in Kalama Conservancy, one of the dominant species is the Gunther dik-dik, famous for its ‘extended nose’….Earlier this month, a baby orphan caught the eye of our guests Sarah and Kristin Radtke, mother and daughter from Australia, and it was rescued and taken care of by our Saruni Samburu team and has since become the unofficial office mascot. Here ‘Sarah’ is at 3 weeks old, named so after the guest who spotted her. Well-spotted and welcome, both Sarahs! 
Media & Reviews
It seems we have been in the minds and hearts of lots of media people in the last weeks. Forbes Travel Guide article on Saruni Samburu can be found here

Great photographer Stevie Mann included Saruni Samburu in his selection of the most Brilliant Bathrooms piece.

Travel Africa magazine is also a fan of Saruni - if ever you needed them, read 25 Reasons to Visit Kenya here.

Saruni Samburu is also appears on celebrated web site, here
Lonely Planet author, photographer, writer and adventures Stuart Butler celebrates the virtues of a Saruni safari for the family here
Nothing like hanging around
Our guest Rick Hood, posted on Twitter by Go2Africa, took a fantastic image, again in Samburu.  There’s nothing like hanging around at Saruni. Thanks for sharing, Rick!
Xplore, Nairobi - September 2015
For those who will be in Kenya or are residents, we are delighted to announce that we are participating again in the 3rd edition of Xplore, the food and travel fair that includes a selection of the best Camps & Lodges across East Africa. Save the date: Sat 19th & Sun 20th September 2015 in the beautiful grounds of the Karen Blixen Museum in Karen, Nairobi. For more info, click here
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