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Sayari Camp, Serengeti National Park 

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From the editors of Condé Nast Traveler:
The northern Serengeti is the stage for the annual drama of migrating wildebeest herds crossing the crocodile-infested Mara River. Sayari, currently the region's only permanent tented camp, offers a degree of luxury unmatched by seasonal mobile safaris, including a large swimming pool, bar, library, lounge, and two tented dining areas atop a hill with views onto the Lamai Wedge, where the enormous herds gather. Each of the 15 suites has a tented roof, hardwood floors, and a private terrace; sliding-glass doors keep out insects and optimize views during the day, while zippered screens let in breezes and bush noises (howling hyenas and grunting hippos) but not mosquitoes at night. A resident spa therapist is on call for in-room treatments. Articulate guides display keen tracking skills on walking safaris and drives in open-air vehicles, and staff are happy to arrange alfresco candlelit dinners for couples seeking privacy. —2010 Hot List

Which room to book: Tent 15 has an outdoor rock bathtub, a four-poster bed, and the best view of the Lamai Wedge.

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