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 two-bedroomed cottages on the property. The cottages are built around a watering hole, giving guests the chance to view wild animals coming and going without interference. Some rooms are designed to be accessible by wheelchair-bound guests. There is a swimming pool for adults and another for children.
  • Hairdryers are provided in rooms, and mosquito nets protect visitors from bug bites. A gift shop sells gift items to visitors.
  • Cottages look like Samburu huts from the outside, but on the inside, they provide every modern comfort and protection. Every cottage has two rooms, and each room has two queen size beds, dressing tables, luxury bathrooms, large windows, high ceilings, and a spacious viewing deck looking over the waterhole
    Sopa’s elevated dining hall is designed to create an open-air feel, with unobstructed views of the waterhole and live cooking areas.
  • The bar is located in the lounge, next to the sunbathing area of the swimming pool. It is manned by a Samburu bartender. Sundowners and bush dining is available, too.
  • Activities on offer include flying safaris, bird watching, board games, nature walks, traditional Samburu dances, weddings, and board games.
  • Parents can request babysitting services.

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