Saruni Samburu

Samburu National Reserve

One of the first and most exclusive eco-lodges in Kenya. Under the same ownership are Saruni Rhino, in the Sera Conservancy, as well as Saruni Mara and Saruni Wild, both inside the Mara North Conservancy.

Location

On top of a gigantic volcanic formation inside the Kalama Conservancy, spreading over an area of 800 km2 on the borders of the Samburu National Reserve.

Accommodation

6 spacious villas, including 4 for families, that all have private veranda, dining room and en-suite bathroom. Facilities include two swimming pools.

Activities

Day and night game drives in 4×4 open vehicles and walking safaris in the Kalama Conservancy. Game drives in 4×4 open vehicles in the Samburu National Reserve and Buffalo Springs National Reserve. Visit to the local Samburu village, trekking on Mount Ololokwe, biplane and helicopter scenic flights.

Wildlife

Large herds of elephants, many predators including lions, leopards, wild dogs and five rare endemic species, known as the “Samburu Five”: the reticulated giraffe, Grevy’s zebra, oryx beisa, Somali ostrich and the gerenuk.

Why

The spectacular location with panoramic views over the Kalama Conservancy. The only lodge in the conservancy, with an immense area for the exclusive use of guests. The “Samburu Five” and the unique wildlife of the region. The variety of activities, some of which are ideal for families with children. The encounter with the Samburu people.