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Sabora is an ultra-luxurious tented safari camp, designed in classic 1920s style to conjure up that authentic ‘Out of Africa’ experience.
The camp is situated on the Singita Grumeti Reserves - a 350,000-acre wilderness bordering the Serengeti National Park - and surrounded by an endless expanse of wheat-coloured plains.
The camp accommodates a maximum of just 12 guests in six lavish tents that offer everything you could want under canvas. The interiors are decorated with antique furnishings, Persian rugs and black-and-white photographs, and two large tents, separated by an outside deck, house the living and dining areas.
Activities at Sabora include guided game drives (including night drives) and walking safaris. As part of the Serengeti-Mara ecosystem, the area witnesses the annual Great Migration, which normally passes through between June and August, but the wildlife is impressive at any time of year.
Other activities include archery, hot-air ballooning, mountain biking and horse riding from the stables of nearby Sasakwa Lodge, one of Sabora's sister-lodges.
Sabora also has a swimming pool, a range of massages and spa treatments on offer, and even a clay tennis court. For the ultimate safari, combine 3 nights at Faru Faru with 3 nights at Sabora.
Each tent has a veranda with its own telescope for game viewing.
Tom, Original Traveller