Sidai is the Masai greeting literally meaning "good" or "fine", and in the broader sense Sidai is an expression of wellbeing and contentment, which is usually the feelings of those who have been fortunate to stay at our Sidai Camp.
Located on a prominent ridge in the Tarangire ecosystem, each tent is located beneath a granite outcropping and overlooks the expansive plains and swamps of Gosuwa. Elephants grazing in the valleys and hills, giraffe feeding on the acacia trees and leopards grunting at night: all are a part of the unique Sidai experience.
Sidai provides an exclusive and private game viewing and wildlife experience for discerning clients. Sidai is two tents, one of which has a cast iron bath outside on the terrace overlooking the plains below. Each tent has specially designed wrought iron beds and African décor, the ensuite bathrooms and toilets are fitted with especially imported English porcelain, and are of a standard not normally expected in a camp!
The entire camp has been designed to blend with the surrounding bush and wildlife, unobtrusive, peaceful and exquisitely intimate.
Sidai is the perfect base for exploring the Tarangire ecosystem either on
foot, on a walking safari with our trained guides, on a night drive or on
the more traditional daytime game drive. Relaxing on the private terrace in
front of each tent or around the campfire after a days' gameviewing is the
perfect way to experience the wildness of Africa - often with the game literally
on your doorstep!