Samburu camps & lodges

Samburu Intrepids Camp Club
Samburu Intrepids Camp
Club renowned as a pioneer of luxury tented camp in one of the Africa last truly great wilderness areas.Samburu Intrepids Camp is a luxury safari tented camp in the midst of the rugged and savagely beautiful semi arid desert of northern Kenya
 


Samburu Safari Lodge
Samburu Safari Lodge is located on the Uaso Nyiro River bank with a backdrop of mountains and indigenous animals unique to the region. Samburu Lodge offers a wide choice of accommodation in Samburu National Park and spread up and down the river in cottages, bandas and single or twin rooms.

 


Samburu Serena Safari Lodge
Samburu Serena Safari Lodge is a luxury Game Hotel located on the banks of the Uaso Nyiro River, in the center of the Samburu Game Reserve Kenya.The Samburu Serena Lodge echoes the robust rhythms of Africa riverfront life


 


Samburu Sopa Lodge
Samburu Sopa Lodge is built overlooking the wildlife-rich banks of the Ewaso Nyiro River, and is comprised of 60 en-suite rooms, all with balconies from which to view the hills, plains and river surrounding the lodge.

 


 

Samburu Sopa Lodge

Samburu Sopa Lodge is built overlooking the wildlife-rich banks of the Ewaso Nyiro River, and is comprised of 60 en-suite rooms, all with balconies from which to view the hills, plains and river surrounding the lodge. Samburu Sopa Hotel is located inside the Samburu National Reserve in Northern Kenya.

Sopa Samburu Lodge is the only hotel in the Samburu National Park with a waterhole on site, this enhances opportunities for game viewing from the comfort of the bedroom verandah or the public areas without interruption.

The lodge is built atop high ground allowing panoramic views of the vastness of Samburu shrub land and the hills beyond. The Samburu National Reserve is home to rare animal’s species like the gerenuk, grevy's zebra and baisa oryx in addition to all others including the big five and birds. Samburu Sopa Lodge is situated 325 kms from Nairobi, in the middle of the park, next to the new Oryx airstrip. It is accessible from the main Isiolo – Moyale road at both Ngare Mara as well as Archers post junctions.

The lodge was designed in harmony with the architectural heritage of the local communities whose sons and daughters make up the majority of the work force at the lodge. Fifteen cottages, each with two bedrooms are built in an arch formation on either side of the public around the watering hole.

The layout leave opens to a wide entrance allowing the wildlife easy access to water. Meals are served in an open sided restaurant adjacent to the bar and swimming pool all facing the watering hole. Sunsets at Samburu Sopa are amazing to behold as the star- studded African night sets in. The only interruption to this mesmerizing experience is the occasional Lion roar, laughter of the Hyena or sweet flute melodies of Samburu Warriors calling it a day.

Samburu Sopa Lodge is owned and operated by Sopa Hotels & lodges a range of large motel lodges which cater for the middle-market packaged safari customer.

The chain of hotels include - Amboseli Sopa Lodge - Naivasha Sopa Lodge Resort - Masai Mara Sopa Lodge - Serengeti Sopa Lodge - Tarangire Sopa Lodge - Ngorongoro Sopa Lodge

Samburu Sopa Lodge Hotel Accommodation
There are 60 double rooms designed as dual adjacent cottages. The cottages, to a degree, mimic traditional Samburu style architecture. All rooms have ensuite showers, toilets and wash basins. All rooms have a patio/balcony where clients can relax and enjoy superb views of the Matthew ranges, the swimming pool or the water hole (depending on room). Samburu Sopa Lodge has one room designed to accommodate clients who are disabled. The lodge offers 60 spacious cottage style rooms with verandas. Other room amenities include:
● En-suite Bathrooms
● Queen-size Beds
● Mosquito Nets on all windows
● Indoor Showers / Baths
● Personal Bars
● Telephone
● Hairdryers
● Board Games

Samburu Sopa Lodge Hotel Restaurant
Meals are served in the main restaurant in buffet style; the lodge also provides waited service. The restaurant is open air and has superb views of the landscape and of the water hole and can accentuate the dining experience should wildlife appear at the water hole during the hot days.

The restaurant, lounge and surrounding areas are lit softly in the evenings creating a relaxed ambiance for all the guests to gather around for tea and coffee after the meals. Breakfast times are: 6.30-10.00 AM; Lunch times are: 1.00-3.00 PM; Dinner times are 7.30-9.30 PM.

The main bar near the pool and lounge area at the Samburu Sopa Lodge is open throughout the day till midnight.
Samburu Sopa Lodge Hotel Facilities:
● Outdoor Dining
● Bars
● catering for special diets
● Adult & Children’s Swimming Pools
● Babysitting
● Conference Facilities
● Wedding Facilities
● Masai Dancing & Entertainment
● 24hrs-240v Generators Power
Samburu Sopa Lodge Hotel Activities
● Guided Nature Walks
● In-house Cultural Centre
● Nightly wildlife feeding
Sopa Lodge means "Welcome" in the Masai language, and it is with this spirit of hotel hospitality that we invite you to share our piece of heaven.

Sopa Lodge calls from the lap of luxury to invite you to experience the Amboseli Lodge, Masai Mara Lodge and Lake Naivasha Lodge in Kenya as well as the Serengeti, the Ngorongoro crater Lodge, and the Tarangire National Park in Tanzania. Sopa Lodges have chosen three of the world's most fascinating and breathtaking sites to host you in Tanzania. Each of the lodges hosts you in an opulence of African hospitality. The three Sopa lodges in Tanzania flaunt all-suite rooms each with two Queen-sized beds, a lounge equipped with mini-bar, plus self-contained bathroom with showers and tubs and amenities. The views from the rooms are splendid and you can see teems of wildlife and birds right from the luxury of your balcony or solarium.

 

Samburu Serena Safari Lodge

Samburu Serena Safari Lodge is a luxury Game Hotel located on the banks of the Uaso Nyiro River, in the center of the Samburu Game Reserve Kenya.

The Samburu Serena Lodge echoes the robust rhythms of Africa riverfront life. Serena Samburu Lodge was inspired by the architecture of the indigenous Samburu tribe; it blends into its natural environment by making full use of native materials. Thatched cabins built using exotic African woods create an escapist atmosphere. Accommodation in Samburu Serena Hotel is cooled by breezes off the river and overhead punkah fans.

All guestrooms have private verandahs with uninterrupted vistas of the languid river and the wildlife it attracts, as well as the countless crocodiles that make the waters their home. Gracious dining and lounge areas are enhanced by Samburu details and murals depicting local nature. The Samburu dancers will entertain you during one of your days here, and it might even be possible to visit one of their villages if you're interested, for a nominal small fee.

Samburu Serena Safari Lodge, which is managed by Serena Hotels, Luxury Safari tented Camps & Lodges is set in a landscape of endless skies, dust-red plains and palm-fringed rivers, this refreshingly rustic lodge is renowned for the timeless beauty of its landscape and the serene tranquillity of its setting. Nestled amidst the acacia groves that border the crocodile-filled reaches of the Uaso Nyiro River, Serena Safari Lodge Samburu stands centre-stage to miles of lion-stalked grasslands, elephant-studded plains and wildlife-teeming bushes. The lodge is located 320km north of the capital, Nairobi, within the lands of the colourful Samburu pastoralists. It is also ideally placed for visits to the neighboring parks of Buffalo Springs and Shaba National Reserve.

Samburu Serena Lodge is truly a fantastic lodge; during your stay here you are guaranteed to see a crocodile basking in the sun, elephants outside our room (literally) and monkeys playing by the swimming pool, the monkeys were great fun to watch, they take sips of water from the swimming pool and you were always left wondering what they would do next.

The swimming pool is lovely, towels are always provided and there is plenty of sun beds provided. There are many lounging areas that are just wonderful to sit and relax, there are even a few outlets, so if you bring your laptop, you can plug in. It is nice to come back and take a look at all the great photos you got each day, while having a glass of wine or a beer and munch on the finger foods they set out each evening before dinner. Chefs are excellent, cooking various meals in the heat; food is pretty good buffet style food with lots of choice

Samburu National Reserve - Samburu National Reserve lies on the fringes of the vast and arid desert once known as the Northern Frontier District, whose heat-scorched scrublands extend all the way to the jade-green waters of Lake Turkana and beyond.

Physically dramatic, the 104 sq kilometer landscape of the Reserve features rocky battlements, craggy scarps, dry river beds and fallen boulders rising out of the thorn scrub against a backdrop of the far-distant hills and the great red table mountain known as Lololokwi. As for wildlife, Samburu provides one of the few sanctuaries in Kenya for the endangered Grevy's zebra, the rare beisa oryx and the blue-shanked Somali ostrich whilst large herds of elephant roam the gaunt hills during the day before returning to bathe on the banks of the river in the evening.

Samburu National Reserve landscape and its people - The reserve is essentially lava plain that features steep sided gullies and rounded hills wherein the 32-kilometre Uaso Nyiro River provides both the central feature of the landscape and the lifeblood of the ecosystem.

The vegetation comprises predominantly acacia woodland interspersed with bush, grass and scrubland, which is broken here and there by small rugged hills whilst the meandering loops of the river are bordered by a narrow gallery of riverine woodland in which acacia and doum palm flourish.

This is a dry country ecosystem and is, therefore, prone to large variations in the animal populations as they move in search of water and pasture.

And, whilst poaching has completely wiped out the rhino herds, lion are often seen while the burgeoning elephant herds are responsible for the ruination of several sections of riverside forests. The range of rare species also includes reticulated giraffe, Grevy's zebra, Somali ostrich and gerenuk whilst the bird life is diverse and prolific and includes marshal eagle, pygmy falcons, hornbills and Egyptian geese.

Samburu Serena Safari Lodge Hotel Accommodation
The cool of the interior, meanwhile, reflects a strong ‘khaki and canvas’ safari influence enriched by a vibrant selection of age-old Samburu masks, spears and ceremonial treasures.

The Rooms - Each room is accommodated in a prettily shingled timber cottage with its own blossomed veranda looking out over the river. The décor melds world-class luxury with quintessential Africa and features a tranquil blend of traditional safari colours, draped nets, soft lamps and stunning Samburu art.

Each room is accommodated in a prettily shingled timber cottage, which include:

  •     62 Guest Rooms
  •     10 Double Rooms
  •     44Twin Rooms
  •     8 Family Rooms


Room amenities and services include:
● Fans
● Direct Dial Telephone
● Mosquito Nets
● Private Verandah with uninterrupted vistas of the river & wildlife
● Full housekeeping

Samburu Serena Safari Lodge Restaurant
The breeze-cooled bar and dining area overlooks the flood-lit expanses of the river and game viewing arena where lumbering herds of elephant gather nightly and shy leopards are lured to the forked branch of an acacia tree where a haunch of meat has been laid out for them.

Menus are styled to feature traditional bush barbecues, spicy ethnic cuisine, internationally-themed dishes and a broad selection of hearty safari favorites. Overlooking the outdoor swimming pool and the meandering Uaso Nyiro River, the open air dining room and lounge areas are enhanced by Samburu details and murals depicting local nature.
Samburu Serena Safari Lodge Kiboko Bar - located next to the dining room - serves fresh fruit juices, soft drinks, tea and coffee, cocktails, wines, spirits and liqueurs.

The Pool Bar, with upper and lower terraces, offers the same drink selections.
Samburu Serena Safari Lodge Activities
The activities on offer at Samburu Serena Safari Lodge include: nature walks, bird watching and game drives; The option of a magical, moon-lit, bush dinner looking out over the meandering reaches of the Uaso Nyiro River; Samburu-guided camel treks across the shimmering scrub-desert to a nearby vantage point offering panoramic views; ‘Sundowners’ around the campfire or watching as the elephant gather by the river, the shy leopard arrives for his meat and the riverine wildlife theatre begins.

Picnics and Nature trails, accompanied by the resident naturalists; An early morning game drive followed by an evocative bush breakfast uniquely staged at the Crocodile Point; Samburu Tribal dancing and performances by local musicians; Traditional Samburu handicraft market; Day trips to the neighboring reserves of Buffalo Springs and Shaba National Reserve; ‘Wildlife and Wilderness’ talks by the resident naturalist Hill treks and bird-walks; There’s also just lazing by the pool, taking in some sun, brushing up on your bush-craft and looking out over stunning Samburu scenery.
Samburu Serena offers so much more. At the end of an action-packed day, guests can also enjoy a dip in the cool, blue waters of a rock-paved swimming pool, set amongst the lush foliage of an extensively planted tropical garden. The lodge has an extensively stocked Africana Gift Shop and Guest room facilities include fans, direct dial telephone and mosquito nets; Full housekeeping services (laundry, valet, babysitting on request, childrens’ menus and dining facilities, shoeshine etc)

Samburu Intrepids Camp Club

Samburu Intrepids Camp Club renowned as a pioneer of luxury tented camp in one of the Africa last truly great wilderness areas.

Samburu Intrepids Camp is a luxury safari tented camp in the midst of the rugged and savagely beautiful semi arid desert of northern Kenya, located in the Samburu National Reserve on the banks of the Uaso Nyiro River; the Samburu Intrepids offers unique game viewing in its immediate surroundings.

Located 345 kilometers north of Nairobi, the journey to the Samburu Intrepid Camp involves a 50-minute flight to the Samburu airstrip followed by a 20-minute drive through the reserve. Samburu Intrepids Lodge Hotel managed by Heritage Group of Hotels & Lodges is perfectly located for both business and leisure guests to Samburu National Park. The Samburu Intrepids Camp boasts a convenient location with modern amenities in every guestroom and superb service. Samburu Intrepids Camp is characterized by a combination of modern comfort and traditional element of Samburu National Park, making it a distinct accommodation.

Samburu Intrepids will show you this dramatic wilderness from a world of fascinating perspectives: through stirring early morning game drives, walking safaris with skilled Samburu guides, sedate camel rides, and raft trips when the river is high. The acclaimed Adventurers Club offers a uniquely educational safari for children of all ages with Samburu guide, Stephen Lekango. He is great with children, is an avid photographer who knows just where to take you for the best shots, as well as being a very knowledgeable naturalist, is very community conscious and very involved with community work.

He loves instilling discipline and building team bonds to his young charges. Samburu Intrepids Club is lies at Altitude 1020 metres, 3300ft above sea level. Latitude: 00 deg. 37 mins. North. Longitude: 37deg. 35mins. East and an average annual temperature of 25 Deg. C 78Deg. F. By road from Nairobi it takes approximately 5 hours (345 Km via the Nyeri-Nanyuki road).

Samburu Intrepids Club 27 en suite tents and palm thatched main areas are set on stilts to catch the breezes, Like Mara Intrepids; its Adventurers Club offers children an outstanding interactive safari experience.

Activities include guided nature walks, butterfly identification, plaster-casting animal prints, traditional singing, dancing and craftwork sessions, and learning Maasai skills including spear throwing, archery and fire-building.

Teenage guests revel in the star-gazing and astronomy, first-aid and survival sessions, orienteering, guided bush walks, game drives and camel rides of the Young Rangers Club. Visiting the Samburu village of Kiltamany is a particularly worthwhile experience. They can step inside a mud hut, try to pump water, and see the school that was set up with a portion of guests’ fees. Between times, cool off and relax by the pool. Samburu Intrepids enjoys a unique perspective of one of Africa’s most celebrated wildernesses. The spacious tents boast the very latest in luxury camping, with soft four-poster beds, handsome mahogany closets, writing desks, and en suite bathrooms with steaming hot showers.

The bathrooms also offer twin washbasins, flush toilets, and sockets for shavers and battery charging. The main dining room has a seating capacity of 60, and opens onto an outdoor dining terrace, where buffet breakfasts and lunches are served overlooking the river. (Meals can also be enjoyed on your private verandah or at one of a series of specially selected 'bush sites' close to the camp.) Samburu Intrepids also boasts a spacious lounge and bar area, where our naturalists deliver fascinating slide shows on most evenings, and an intimate conference room with a television for viewing wildlife documentaries. Behind the bar, surrounded by shady sunbathing areas, is the freeform swimming pool - a soothing drop of blue in this otherwise arid land. Children welcome under parents supervision.

Samburu Intrepids Club is a relaxed a comfortable lodge sitting above the Uaso Nyiro River. The Samburu National Reserve itself is wonderful, with so many wildlife species unique to Samburu and the fact that it is not too crowded. The rooms are permanent tents sitting on platforms above the river bank; the rooms are cool, shaded by large trees and the beds are comfortable with ceiling fans to take the edge of the afternoon heat.

The staff at the intrepid are cheerful, helpful, informative and genuinely friendly addressing you by name in the majority of instances; you are made to feel very welcome. the evening talks, by local Samburu warriors came to life with their knowledge and enthusiasm. In addition to the morning and evening game drives you could take a guided walk with one of the Samburu warriors which opened a new dimension to a better understanding the eco

system that makes up the park. Samburu Intrepids was a wonderful tented camp, the reception, bar, dining lodge is a beautiful timber framed open sided pavilion overlooking the river. It really fills like a special place in the middle of the wild. The tents themselves are very nice with firm, comfy beds, nice linens, great bathroom. This is a lodge that goes out of its way to give you a warm welcome and to ensure that you leave with fond memories

Samburu National Reserve straddles the muddy Euaso Nyiro River and is one of the most picturesque parks of northern Kenya. Clusters of doum palms and acacia crowd the banks of the river and dry river beds that carve through the Samburu National Reserve.

As the main source of sustenance, the river is a focal point for wildlife and birds, both of which are plentiful. A wonderful morning can be spent just sitting in your open vehicle watching a family of elephants drinking, bathing and being sociable in the river.

The baboons in this park seem to be particularly precocious and so antics involving the hard doum palm nuts and adolescent baboons scampering around on the banks of the river can provide endless entertainment.

The Samburu National Reserve is hot and so activities are normally concentrated in the early morning and late afternoon, returning to camp for a big breakfast or hearty dinner. The middle of the day is spent relaxing and bird watching or snoozing in the shade.

The Samburu National Reserve is hot and so activities are normally concentrated in the early morning and late afternoon, returning to camp for a big breakfast or hearty dinner. The middle of the day is spent relaxing and bird watching or snoozing in the shade. There are quite a few lodges here and so you will see minibuses around but your guide will know the main routes and it is possible to still enjoy a rewarding game experience without feeling part of a human migration. Buffalo Springs Reserve adjoins Samburu and a drive into this area can be a nice change of scene, focusing mainly around a series of fresh springs which act like a wildlife magnet in this arid territory.


Samburu Intrepids Club Hotel Accommodation
Twenty Seven tastefully furnished spacious Safari tents are elevated on individual decks under the shade of huge acacia trees overlooking the river. Modern conveniences include hot and cold running water, flush toilets and electricity. The lodge is subtly constructed to enhance its closeness with nature. The occasional visits from the elephants and crocodiles below the decks will make your stay most memorable.

  • 27 luxurious tents overlooking the riverbanks
  • Large four-poster beds and classic safari furniture
  • Modern en suite bathrooms with steaming showers
  • Secluded verandahs with all-day bar service

Samburu Intrepids Club Hotel Restaurant
The main dining room has a seating capacity of 60, and opens onto an outdoor dining terrace, where buffet breakfasts and lunches are served overlooking the river. (Meals can also be enjoyed on your private verandah or at one of a series of specially selected 'bush sites' close to the camp.
Buffet luncheons and candlelight dinners are served on an elevated deck amidst the high shade trees.
Game drives start at 6:30 in the morning; earlier you will have had tea or coffee served to you in your tent. After a late breakfast you can laze by the swimming pool or take an escorted camel safari across the river. From the elevated deck across the river you can do some bird watching. Most evenings the Club's naturalist is on hand to explain the different species to you and take you on bush walks in the mornings or evenings. You will be tempted to browse in the shop filled with interesting artifacts and local craftwork.
Samburu Intrepids Club Facilities

  •     Breezy thatched dining areas overlooking the river
  •     Lounge and bar with nightly talks and slide shows
  •     Freeform 'oasis' swimming pool and sunbathing garden
  •     Small conference room with television/VCR facilities
  •     Boutique with souvenirs and safari essentials
  •     Reliable telephone, e-mail, fax and postal services
  •     Professional flex body therapy for half- or one-hour.


Samburu Intrepids Club Activities

  •     Twice-daily game drives with resident guides
  •     Bush breakfasts, sundowners and starlit dinners
  •     Tours of Samburu villages and 'bush secrets'
  •     Traditional dances by local warriors and maidens
  •     Lectures and slide shows on culture and wildlife
  •     Heritage's famous Adventurers' Club for the kids.

Samburu Safari Lodge

Samburu Safari Lodge is located on the Uaso Nyiro River bank with a backdrop of mountains and indigenous animals unique to the region. Samburu Lodge offers a wide choice of accommodation in Samburu National Park and spread up and down the river in cottages, bandas and single or twin rooms.

All hotel rooms in Samburu Lodge face the river and are complete with a four poster mosquito net. Samburu Hotel Lodge was opened in July 13, 1963, and is set in a rugged landscape with a backdrop of jagged mountains and its own indigenous wildlife.

The landscape, wildlife and vegetation are very different to the lush rolling grasslands of other parks. Samburu Game Reserve Kenya is a place for leopard, lion, elephant and crocodile. It is the place of the semi-nomadic Samburu tribe, a place of thorn bush open plains and vast horizons; it gives you a taste of the romance of the African desert in Kenya. Beautifully situated on the banks of the Uaso Nyiro River, everything at Samburu National Park is geared to making the most of the lodge's spectacular setting.

Samburu Lodge Safari will show you the dramatic wilderness from a world of fascinating perspectives: through early morning game drives, walking safaris with skilled Samburu guides, camel rides, and raft trips when the river is high. And there is plenty of fill the hours between those adventurous game drives - traditional Samburu dances, guided bird watches and a sparkling swimming pool. Night Wildlife Viewing - Every night, a number of crocodiles climb up the river bank to the edge of the crocodile bar and feast on food left out for them. On a good night, guests may also see the secretive, solitary and nocturnal leopard silently arrive to the fresh meat bait put out on a tree across the river.

Samburu Lodge unique guest rooms are spread up and down the river in various sizes of cottages and bandas, with a mixture of decor styles. All rooms have ensuite bathrooms, and some have verandas overlooking the river.

Breakfast at the Lodge Guests can enjoy time-honored hospitality and the mouth watering cuisine prepared by the team of chefs. Facing the river, the open-sided Dining Room allows guest to enjoy the sights and sounds of the river as they dine. The famous Crocodile Bar lets you look crocodiles in the eye as you sip your sundowner.

Sip early morning or afternoon tea from the Lounge as you watch the animals and the Uaso Nyiro River. Samburu Game Lodge, a large safari lodge which was recently refurbished.

The lodge is well-furnished and equipped with rooms and cottages. Activities are very much on a scheduled basis and there are Samburu dancers for afternoon entertainment. Service and food here is good, though very much what you'd expect in a hotel so you shouldn't expect the same character or quality of experience here but for families or those just looking for a convenient base for exploring the surrounding park, the lodge is a good choice.

Samburu National Reserve straddles the muddy Euaso Nyiro river and is one of the most picturesque parks of northern Kenya. Clusters of doum palms and acacia crowd the banks of the river and dry river beds that carve through the reserve. As the main source of sustenance, the river is a focal point for wildlife and birds, both of which are plentiful. A wonderful morning can be spent just sitting in your open vehicle watching a family of elephants drinking, bathing and being sociable in the river.

The baboons in this park seem to be particularly precocious and so antics involving the hard doum palm nuts and adolescent baboons scampering around on the banks of the river can provide endless entertainment.

The park is hot and so activities are normally concentrated in the early morning and late afternoon, returning to camp for a big breakfast or hearty dinner. The middle of the day is spent relaxing and birdwatching or snoozing in the shade.

There are quite a few lodges here and so you will see minibuses around but your guide will know the main routes and it is possible to still enjoy a rewarding game experience without feeling part of a human migration.

Buffalo Springs Reserve adjoins Samburu and a drive into this area can be a nice change of scene, focussing mainly around a series of fresh springs which act like a wildlife magnet in this arid territory.

Samburu Safari Lodge Hotel Accommodation:
The hotel’s unique guest rooms are spread up and down the river in various sizes of cottages and bandas, with a mixture of decor styles. All cottages, rooms and suites numbering 61 in total, are decorated using the finest materials and fabrics.

All accommodations have en suite bathrooms, some with baths, and all have private balconies overlooking the river. There are several family rooms.
One room has been custom designed to accommodate the special needs of physically challenged persons

  • 61 Guest Rooms & Cottages;
  • 41 Standard Rooms
  • 2 Suites
  • 5 Superior Rooms
  • 12 Cottages

Each room is airy & spacious, en-suite, well appointed and furnished with:
● Twin & Double Beds
● Private En-suite Bathrooms
● Private Balconies overlooking the river, offering unobstructed game viewing
● Room Service
● Mosquito Repellents

Samburu Safari Lodge Hotel Restaurant
Guests can enjoy time-honored hospitality and the mouth watering cuisine prepared by the team of chefs.

Facing the river, the open-sided Dining Room allows guest to enjoy the sights and sounds of the river as they dine. The famous Crocodile Bar lets you look crocodiles in the eye as you sip your sundowner. Sip early morning or afternoon tea from the Lounge as you watch the animals and the Uaso Nyiro River.
Dining Room - Facing the river, the open sided dining room allows guest to enjoy the sights and sounds of the river as they dine. All meals are served here.
Samburu Safari Lodge Crocodile Bar - Open between 4.00 p.m. and

10.00 p.m., this bar lets you look crocodiles in the eye as you sip your sundowner. At night wildlife videos are shown here under the night stars.

Samburu Safari Lodge Crocodile Lounge - Sip early morning or afternoon tea from here as you watch the animals and the Uaso Nyiro River. It is open from 6.00 a.m. to when the last guest retires for the night

Samburu Safari Lodge Swimming Pool - The attractive pool with a quaint bridge across, it is the perfect place to relax after a hot day in the bush.

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