Saruni combines ecologically low-impact living with luxury. Built with the preservation of nature in mind, this Kenyan campsite takes a maximum of only 18 people - six couples in six beautifully crafted and sturdy cottages, and six individuals in the fully equipped Campi ya Tembo (think the extravagance of ancient Roman camps with flush toilets and hot running water, to boot).
Safari is obviously the main attraction at Saruni - in open Land Rovers, your knowledgeable Maasai guides will tour you around the Masai Mara Reserve, taking you to the prime spots for bird and beast watching. Using their unsurpassed familiarity with the area, they'll show you hideaways flush with wildlife where you won't find another human soul.
At dusk, come back to the main camp and feast on Italian-inspired cuisine complemented with local foods and flair. Vegetarian appetites are easily accommodated. At daybreak, you'll be aching to do it all over again - and no two trips into the bush are ever alike.