Samburu Lodges and Camps
Samburu is exceptionally hot. This desert landscape hosts a surprising variety of wildlife species. Many of whom are unique to this region. Blue legged Somali Ostriches and Grevy’s Zebra live here, as do a surprisingly large population of hippos and crocodiles.
It was here, in the desert plains of Samburu that the legendary George and Joy Adamson lived their extraordinary lives, getting intimately acquainted with the lions.
Built on a vantage point, the Samburu offers a wide view of the Samburu plains and the hills in the distance. The lodge is designed to reflect the culture of the Maa-speaking Samburu people who make up most of its staff. There are fifteen...read more
Samburu lodge sits along the Uaso Nyiro river. Besides the unique game viewing experiences, Samburu’s highlights include the Crocodile Bar, and Serenity Spa and jacuzzi. Here is more: A large swimming pool with lounge chairs, as...read more
Samburu Simba Lodge is one of the premier Safari Lodges in Samburu National Park, well known for its infinity pool, buffalo springs, and resident crocodile. It is located within the Buffalo Springs area. Here is more: Safety...read more
Built in an oasis in the beautiful semi-deserts of Northern Kenya, Shaba was built along the Ewaso Nyiro river, at a place of springs. There is a small indigenous forest and the springs flow into the river. Here is more: There are...read more
The striking silhouette of Ol Olokwe mountain creates an interesting frame for Ashnil Samburu Camp in Northern Kenya. The luxury tents along River Ewaso Nyiro provide luxury and charm. Here’s more: The hotel is equipped with a swimming pool,...read more
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