Surrounded by 600 hectares of towering mesas, slot canyons and rust-colored sand, Camp Sarika consists of ten tented pavilions. Each tent is covered in canvas that is woven from recycled plastic bottles and features either one or two bedrooms. They have a living area, dining area, bar, private terrace and heated plunge pool, and fire pits and telescopes further encourage the visitor to immerse themselves in nature and the outdoors.
For guests who want to explore, there is desert and mountain hiking with its own private trail system covering over ten miles of routes directly from its doorstep. Adventure activities include hiking to Horseshoe Bend, Paria View, or Resurrection Canyon, touring Monument Valley, exploring the well-preserved cliff dwellings of the Navajo National Monument. and kayaking, fishing, paddle-boarding, or boating on Lake Powell.
Rates begin at US$1700 (€1505) and go to $4700 (€4161) per night for a one-bedroom pavilion, excluding tax and fees, depending on the time of year.