Saruni Samburu, Samburu National Reserve, Kenya
Saruni Samburu is a beautiful lodge in the Samburu National Reserve that offers a tranquil retreat during a safari in Kenya. Explore the region spotting rare endemic species such as the Gerenuk and Reticualted Giraffe.
Accommodation: In elegantly appointed villas which have wonderful views
Activities: Game drives, bush walks,
Highlights: See species endemic to the region, visit ancient bushmen paintings,
Destination: Kalama Community Wildlife Conservancy, Samburu National Reserve, Kenya
The stylish Saruni Samburu Lodge is a small lodge of just five villas, which is situated in the Kalama Community Wildlife Conservancy near the Samburu National Reserve. It is the ideal place to enjoy an exclusive safari that’s off the beaten track. The villas are situated on the edge of the Kalama Hills and have endless views across the South to snow capped Mount Kenya. Delight in seeing endemic species such as the Gerenuk, Somali Ostrich and Besia Oryx while on game drives with local Samburu trackers.
As Saruni Samburu is situated in a private conservancy game walks and night game drives are permitted. These are a wonderful opportunity to learn how the Samburu read the secrets of the bush. It should offer many chances to see the regions many birds and gain insights into the Samburu culture. Many animals are more active at night, so night game drives allow you to see predators on the prowl and nocturnal birds such as Owls with the aid of a spotlight.
This Kenya safari lodge is an oasis in the heart of an arid land. Cool off with a dip in the free from swimming pool built into the rock face. Relax in the loungers with a refreshing drink and admire the view. Be pampered with a massage and other wellness treatments in the serenity off the bush. The lodge also allows guests to delve into the culture of the Samburu through excursions to the local village where they will learn about everyday life in the region.